Tuesday's Paper Talk has the latest football transfer gossip, including Juventus's double Chelsea swoop.
- Inter Milan and AC Milan have joined the transfer race for Arsenal outcast Mesut Ozil.
- Jamie Carragher has tipped Steven Gerrard to succeed Jurgen Klopp as Liverpool boss.
- The Premier League has confirmed that Martin Atkinson will be the referee for Manchester United's clash with Liverpool on Sunday.
- Luka Modric has begged unhappy Gareth Bale not to quit Real Madrid after insisting he plays a vital role for the Spanish giants.
- Tottenham are reportedly ready to make an approach for £65m-rated Bruno Fernandes in January to replace Christian Eriksen.
- Manchester United co-owner Kevin Glazer is set to sell his 13 per cent stake in the club.
- Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has admitted Mauricio Pochettino has been left with players he does not want at the club.
- Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani is considering selling the club to PSG's Qatar Sports Investments who could transform them into the next Manchester City.
- Manchester United co-owner Kevin Glazer, one of the six Glazer siblings who run the club, is set to sell his 13% stake in the Red Devils.
- Arsenal outcast Mohamed Elneny has reportedly been targeted by AC Milan for a £13m move in January.
- Leicester and Aston Villa are among five Premier League clubs plotting a move for former Manchester City defender Omar Elabdellaoui on a free transfer from Olympiacos.
- Former Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri would want ex-Manchester United defender Patrice Evra - who he coached in Turin - to join his backroom staff at Old Trafford if he is appointed manager.
- Arsenal would have signed Barcelona star Antoine Griezmann in 2017 had they finished in the Champions League qualifying slots, it has been claimed.
- Former Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri wants Italy defender Emerson Palmieri and France midfielder N'Golo Kante to leave Stamford Bridge for Juventus.
- Arsenal boss Unai Emery is not planning any January transfers to fix the defence amid links with RB Leipzig's Dayot Upamecano.
- Chelsea are one of a host of Premier League clubs chasing 15-year-old attacking midfielder Charlie Allen, who has broken into the first team at Northern Irish champions Linfield.
- Mauricio Pochettino has decided he wants out of Tottenham - and has set his sights on the Manchester United job.
- New Rangers sporting director Ross Wilson will reportedly spearhead a move for Hearts defender Aaron Hickey.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
- Celtic look set to name Nick Hammond as their new full-time head of recruitment.
- Scotland boss Steve Clarke is set to step up his interest in former England star Steven Caulker.
- Former Manchester United goalkeeping coach Eric Steele believes Dean Henderson will challenge David de Gea for the No.1 shirt at Old Trafford in the future. (Manchester Evening News)
- Former Manchester City manager Stuart Pearce firmly believes Phil Foden has to leave on loan in January. (Manchester Evening News)
- Rangers are reportedly eyeing a permanent deal for Liverpool loanee Sheyi Ojo. (Liverpool Echo)
- Sunderland have already spoken to ex-Bolton and Bradford boss Phil Parkinson about their vacant managerial position. (Sunderland Echo)
- A report claiming chairman Mel Morris has rejected a £50m bid for Derby County and is holding out for an extra £10m is wide of the mark. (Derby Telegraph)