Plus: Real Madrid eye up swoop for Chelsea full-back Reece James as they look to replace Dani Carvajal; Lionel Messi has ruled out the possibility of returning to Barcelona on loan; Everton are wanted by a mystery Indian group who are waiting on American 777 Partners bid failing
All the top stories and transfer rumours from Sunday’s newspapers…
Manchester United want Brazilian striker Gabriel Barbosa in January and are willing to offer Antony in part exchange on loan.
Liverpool flop Iago Aspas threw a VAR monitor to the ground as he went on a furious rampage during Celta Vigo’s draw with Sevilla.
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Real Madrid are reportedly eyeing up a potential swoop for Chelsea full-back Reece James as they look to replace Dani Carvajal.
David De Gea has ironically commented that Bruno Fernandes shouldn’t be the Manchester United captain following the midfielder late winner against Fulham.
Julian Alvarez has clarified that he did not lose a tooth during Manchester City’s 6-1 victory over Bournemouth.
Lionel Messi reportedly voted for Jamal Musiala and Pedri over Jude Bellingham in the Kopa Trophy vote, it has been revealed.
Colombians are demanding the suspension of their country’s upcoming World Cup qualifier clash against Brazil unless the captors of Liverpool star Luis Diaz’s father release him.
Lionel Messi has ruled out the possibility of him returning to Barcelona on loan following the culmination of his first MLS season at Inter Miami.
Emma Hayes, the most successful manager in Women’s Super League history, has agreed to become the United States head coach after announcing her shock decision to leave Chelsea.
Sky Sports News’ Anton Toloui explains why Chelsea boss Emma Hayes would be a perfect match for the USA national team job
Arsenal U18s were forced to postpone their game at Brighton and Hove Albion on Saturday after their bus took a wrong turn.
The co-founders of 777 Partners who are trying to buy Everton, have received approval from the Football Association to become directors of the club should the takeover proceed.
Brendan Rodgers hailed Luis Palma’s contribution to an ultimately comfortable 3-0 win over Ross County, but the Celtic manager criticised the lengthy VAR delays which dominated the first half in Dingwall.
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Everton are wanted by a mystery Indian group who are waiting on Americans 777 Partners failing. They include a wealthy businessman who has been after Premier League clubs in the past.
Piers Morgan has been left fuming with VAR after it failed to rule out Newcastle’s “just pathetic” goal against Arsenal.
Brentford are on red alert for a swoop as Sunderland struggle to sort out a new deal for star Jack Clarke.
Ange Postecoglou sent Tottenham’s top spy Ian Broomfield to Scotland on a four-day scouting mission.
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Liverpool have muscled their way into the fight to sign £80m-rated Bayer Leverkusen sensation Florian Wirtz – but Manchester United are out of the picture.
Craig Levein is set to be appointed St Johnstone’s new boss.
A Green Brigade banner was unfurled by Celtic fans in Dingwall despite the controversial ultras group on a club ban from home and away games.
Rangers boss Philippe Clement wants to tie up Ibrox youngster Ross McCausland on a new contract.