A look at the latest news and gossip from Tuesday's back pages.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
- Zlatan Ibrahimovic has agreed a deal with AC Milan that will see him reject a return to the Premier League.
- Christian Eriksen has made it clear he will not sign a new deal at Tottenham, and the midfielder will reject any attempts made by Spurs to persuade him to stay.
- Newcastle will only consider allowing Dwight Gayle to leave in January if they receive bids of more than £15m for the striker, following interest from Championship clubs.
- Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri is facing further scrutiny after being charged with misconduct by the English Football League.
- Derby County are close to agreeing a new investment deal - with negotiations expected to be concluded this month.
- The Merseyside derby will be Marco Silva's final shot to save his Everton career.
- Kelechi Iheanacho says he is happy to play second fiddle to Jamie Vardy at Leicester.
- Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain says Liverpool's belief has them heading towards a first Premier League title.
- UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin says he will finally bring black members and women onto the body's disciplinary panel to help try and tackle racism in European football.
- Under-pressure Middlesbrough boss Jonathan Woodgate will be allowed more time to recover their form, with his side hovering above the Championship relegation zone.
- Jose Mourinho plans to meet up with Manchester United staff he considers friends on his return to Old Trafford on Wednesday night.
- Watford are considering making a stop-gap appointment to see them through to the end of the season.
- Manuel Pellegrini has bought himself time after inspiring West Ham to their shock win at Chelsea.
- Nike has made Raheem Sterling a world-record-breaking £100m offer to retain the forward as one of their global ambassadors.
- Pep Guardiola believes Manchester City's squad will need regenerating next summer following the departures of Vincent Kompany and David Silva, but the Spaniard has ruled out signing new players in January.
- Neil Warnock could make a shock return to management with Middlesbrough.
- Brescia chief Massimo Cellino has told Mario Balotelli that he is free to leave the Serie A club in the January transfer window.
- Jan Vertonghen admits Spurs' players feel responsible for Mauricio Pochettino's sacking.
- Macclesfield's players are boycotting the club's training sessions amid missed payments.