Papers: Man City to make Raheem Sterling Premier League’s best-paid player
Each of the best stories and transfer rumours from the back pages of Sundays national papers…
Manchester City plan to make Raheem Sterling the Premier Leagues best-paid player.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to signal Liverpool target Timo Werner, though is unlikely to land his man.
Manchester United are bracing themselves for a takeover bid that is third from Saudi Arabias Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman after a # 3bn offer was rejected.
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea arrived amid reports he has not given up hope of playing on Sunday together with all the rest of the group at the Lowry Hotel.
After directing gestures that were homophobic away fans an Aston Villa fan was ejected from their Premier League match against Brighton.
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Dani Ceballos has held talks with Real Madrid president Florentino Perez.
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Paris Saint-Germain are set to hijack Real Madrids movement for Christian Eriksen.
The Premier League title would be delivered by massimiliano Allegri when he took over at Manchester United, says controversial former Juventus chief Luciano Moggi.
Unai Emery is not worried that Eddie Nketiah will overlook the youthful revolution of Arsenal.
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Manchester United assistant manager Mike Phelan refused to show his players because they will be terrified by it, some footage of Liverpools matches.
Dan James is based still on a programme that is muscle-building that is unique to boost his strength.
Tottenham will make West Brom teenager Nathan Ferguson their target for the problem right-back slot.
Watford manager Quique Sanchez Flores has made a check on Ecuador star Jose Cifuentes.
Savo Milosevic has advocated Partizan Belgrade fans: Dont shame our club if Manchester United come to city.
Crystal Palace desire Scottish starlet Scott Banks in January – even though his problems for both club and country.
Jamie Murphy admits he did think about drifting away from Rangers later Steven Gerrard suggested a loan transfer.
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard states it would not be possible to find better players than he has in January.