A look at the latest news and gossip from Monday's back pages.
- FA chief Greg Clarke has slammed social media companies over racist abuse aimed at players.
- Britain's richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe decided against buying Chelsea because the stadium problems would take too long to resolve.
- Paul Pogba remained a Manchester United player for another year thanks to sportswear giants Adidas, who acted as 'peacemakers between the player, his agent and the club', it has been claimed.
- Liverpool could be boosted by the return of Naby Keita next weekend once the international break is over.
- Newcastle were interested in making Quique Sanchez Flores the successor to Rafa Benitez during the 2016/17 season.
- Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola wants Inter defender Milan Skriniar to solve his injury crisis in January.
- Chelsea have begun talks over a new long-term contract for left-back Emerson Palmieri because of interest from former boss Maurizio Sarri at Juventus.
- Andrew Robertson has revealed the Scotland squad held a crisis summit in the wake of the home Euro 2020 defeat to Russia.
- Javi Gracia's fate was sealed on Thursday after Watford's owners called a meeting to axe the beleaguered Spaniard.
- Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic is reportedly set to be handed a bumper new contract despite ongoing interest from several of Europe's elite clubs.
- Harry Kane has set his sights on scoring 30 England goals before targeting Wayne Rooney's record.
- Liverpool have no plans to offer Virgil van Dijk a new contract, despite reports to the contrary.
- Barcelona are plotting to offer a 'life contract' to star man Lionel Messi.
- England left-back Danny Rose is keen to stay and fight for his place at Tottenham despite being made available for transfer in the summer. Spurs signed 19-year-old left-sider Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham and Rose is determined to fight for his place.
- Manchester City reportedly rejected the opportunity to sign Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona, according to the latest reports from Spain. (Liverpool Echo)
- Granit Xhaka has offered Xherdan Shaqiri the Switzerland captaincy in a bid to end their rumoured feud and see the Liverpool playmaker return to the national squad. (Liverpool Echo)
- Manchester City have agreed a deal to sign Montenegrin-born Serbia forward Slobodan Tedic. (Manchester Evening News)
- AZ Alkmaar technical director Max Huiberts has revealed that his side have an 'agreement to partly become the owner' of Man City youngster Félix Correia. (Manchester Evening News)
- Manchester United favourite Dimitar Berbatov believes Christian Eriksen will 'get his head down' and continue to perform for Tottenham despite speculation about his future in the summer. (Manchester Evening News)
- Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville has reiterated his criticism of Paul Pogba and claims the midfielder must do more at Old Trafford. (Manchester Evening News)
- Mauricio Pochettino is having a meeting with Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy in the capital on Friday and there could be plenty on the agenda. (Football London)
- Stefan Johansen chose West Brom over a host of clubs on the continent in January, the midfielder has claimed. (Birmingham Mail)
- Reported Wolverhampton Wanderers target Dani Olmo has demanded answers from his current club, Dinamo Zagreb, for preventing the striker from getting his dream move. (Birmingham Mail)
- Manchester United have reportedly sent scouts to monitor one-time Wolverhampton Wanderers target Ruben Dias. Wolves were linked with a stunning swoop for the Portugal centre back, although they were priced out of a move with Benfica demanding an eye watering fee. (Birmingham Mail)
- Former Leicester and Southampton manager Claude Puel is in the running to take over at Sporting Lisbon. (L'Equipe)
- Matteo Darmian, who completed a move to Parma this summer, says he has no regrets over his move to Manchester United. (Football Italia)
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