Tuesday's Paper Talk focuses on Tammy Abraham's chances of playing for England and Manchester United's continued chase of Jadon Sancho.
- Gareth Southgate's England assistant Steve Holland will be in the Stamford Bridge stands to run the rule over Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham on Tuesday night.
- Mark Dempsey, one of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first-team coaches, is expected to return to work with Manchester United next month after a period of sick leave.
- Kick It Out has been plunged into fresh turmoil after Garth Crooks quit over the appointment of Sanjay Bhandari as its new chairman.
- Arsenal defender Rob Holding is ready to declare himself fully fit following his 10-month injury hell to leave creaky centre-half pairing Sokratis and David Luiz in jeopardy.
- Inter Milan boss Antonio Conte has lashed out at the Italian media for their "fixation" with formations and explained that the press in England "didn't give a damn".
- The world's second-richest man Bernard Arnault is preparing an £890m takeover bid for Serie A side AC Milan.
- Former Sheffield United chairman Kevin McCabe has been told he will not be welcome at Bramall Lane if he fights the High Court ruling which awards full control of the club to his co-owner Prince Abdullah.
- Kyle Walker is facing a battle to hold onto his spot in the Manchester City team - just weeks after losing his England place.
- Andriy Shevchenko's son is training at Chelsea's youth academy - and could qualify to represent England through his residency status.
- Former England manager Sam Allardyce would be willing to return to manage Sunderland if the Sky Bet League One club is taken over by an American consortium.
- AC Milan are braced for a staggering takeover bid from the world's second most valuable man Bernard Arnault.
- Chelsea and Brazil winger Willian wants to stay at Stamford Bridge, but the club is yet to offer the 31-year-old a new deal.
- Liverpool supporters have been warned not to wear club colours in Naples city centre and to stay in their hotels to eat and drink before Tuesday's Champions League opener.
- Pep Guardiola may hand Joao Cancelo his first Manchester City start in the wake of Saturday's shock defeat by Norwich.
- Rangers and Celtic have entered a new six-team cross-border competition after withdrawing from the SPFL Reserve League.
- Christopher Jullien has set his sights on the Europa League and declared Celtic's desire for success means they're in it to win it.
- Jurgen Klopp's agent has spoken out on the Liverpool boss' future, reiterating they are not concerned about renewing his contract when it doesn't expire until 2022. (Liverpool Echo)
- Everton are reportedly one of four Premier League sides interested in signing Motherwell youngster James Scott.(Liverpool Echo)
- Jadon Sancho and James Maddison are seen as Manchester United top transfer targets ahead of next summer. (Manchester Evening News)
- West Brom are closing in on the signing of defender Saul Shotton following Bury's expulsion from the EFL. (Express and Star)
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