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Premier League top-six assessment

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Jose Mourinho reacts on the bench2

Scholes: Messi would struggle

Paul Scholes claims even Lionel Messi would struggle in the current Manchester United team and says the club are being laughed at by their rivals.

Paper Talk: Raheem Sterling, Frenkie De Jong and Juan Mata all feature3

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Arsene Wenger: Feeling 'well rested' after leaving Arsenal in May4

Wenger plans January return

Arsene Wenger says he has received "enquiries from all over the world" as he plans a return to management in January.

Harry Maguire: This image of the defender on an inflatable unicorn in the summer proved popular with England fans5

500/1 Maguire backed for £50 note

Harry Maguire has been backed by England fans to be the new face of the £50 note in an online petition.

Paper Talk: Thursday's football transfer rumours

Luis Enrique
Luis Enrique

Luis Enrique is Chelsea's first choice to replace Antonio Conte, but he does not want the job until the summer, according to the Daily Mail.

DAILY MAIL

Luis Enrique is Chelsea's first choice to replace Antonio Conte, but the former Barcelona boss does not want the job until the summer.

Harry Kane is the only person who can answer questions about his long-term future amid interest from Real Madrid, says Mauricio Pochettino.

Theo Walcott believes Everton will avoid relegation from the Premier League and turn around their recent form, but admits results are now more important than performances.

Mauricio Pochettino says Erik Lamela can reach a 'new level' after he scored his first goal since returning from injury for Tottenham on Wednesday.

THE SUN

Manchester United star Ander Herrera is facing trial over claims he was involved in an alleged match-fixing scandal in Spain.

Liverpool have drafted in goalkeeping expert Hans Leitert to help Loris Karius and Simon Mignolet, although Jurgen Klopp is still expected to sign a new keeper in the summer.

DAILY EXPRESS

Liverpool and Arsenal are among five clubs backed to sign Real Madrid forward Isco.

Real Madrid are reportedly willing to allow Marco Asensio to leave for Chelsea in the summer, but only if they get Eden Hazard in return.

Antonio Conte has not been sacked as Chelsea manager because the club do not believe they can find a suitable caretaker to take charge.

DAILY MIRROR

Arsenal are considering a summer move for Barcelona wonderkid Pablo Moreno.

Manchester United are reportedly closing in on a deal to sign Monaco star Fabinho.

Manchester City are unlikely to return from Riyad Mahrez in the summer as Pep Guardiola is believed to be unimpressed with the winger's behaviour since the transfer window closed.

Luke Shaw is set to be handed a new long-term deal at Manchester United before the end of the season after successfully winning over Jose Mourinho.

Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder Fred will move to Manchester City, according to the man who signed him for the Ukranian side, Mircea Lucescu.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Luis Enrique wants his next job in management to be in the Premier League and is preparing to make the move to England.

New Stoke manager Paul Lambert says he does not care if he was not the club's first choice to replace Mark Hughes as he has missed managing in the Premier League.

DAILY RECORD

Jack Hendry says he turned down offers from clubs in England in favour of joining Scottish champions Celtic.

The SFA says it may appoint a new Scotland manager before it appoints a new chief executive, as there is no rush to find a replacement for Stewart Regan.

DAILY STAR

Alexis Sanchez was offered to Real Madrid by Arsenal but was rejected by manager Zinedine Zidane.

Riyad Mahrez has been warned he will not be paid if he doesn't return to Leicester.

THE TIMES

Marco Silva is threatening Watford with legal action over his compensation package.

A winter break could be staggered so that Premier League clubs take turns to rest to avoid a complete shutdown.

Most Read Football

Three-horse Premier League title race: Between Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea1

Premier League top-six assessment

We take a look at the race for the Premier League title, competition for a top-four finish and those who could fall short...

Jose Mourinho reacts on the bench2

Scholes: Messi would struggle

Paul Scholes claims even Lionel Messi would struggle in the current Manchester United team and says the club are being laughed at by their rivals.

Paper Talk: Raheem Sterling, Frenkie De Jong and Juan Mata all feature3

Wednesday's Paper Talk

Real Madrid's interest in Raheem Sterling intensifies and Everton join race for Arsenal midfielder, according to the back pages...

Arsene Wenger: Feeling 'well rested' after leaving Arsenal in May4

Wenger plans January return

Arsene Wenger says he has received "enquiries from all over the world" as he plans a return to management in January.

Harry Maguire: This image of the defender on an inflatable unicorn in the summer proved popular with England fans5

500/1 Maguire backed for £50 note

Harry Maguire has been backed by England fans to be the new face of the £50 note in an online petition.

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Sharp result expected for Blades

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