Mikel Arteta could be given the chance to manage Arsenal, while there are some concerns over the fitness of Liverpool's Mohamed Salah - it's all in today's Paper Talk!
- Manchester City will not stand in Mikel Arteta's way if Arsenal come looking for a new manager.
- Liverpool are reportedly in advanced negotiations with Bournemouth over a deal to bring Ryan Fraser to Anfield in January.
- Manchester United are scouting 17-year-old Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga but face competition from Barcelona for the £26m star.
- Chelsea are braced to rival both Tottenham and Leicester to the signing of Metz striker Habib Diallo.
- Burnley boss Sean Dyche is lining up a cut-price deal for Celtic midfielder Nir Bitton.
- Barnsley are being investigated by the Football Association after supporters chanted anti-IRA and anti-Pope songs during their clash with Stoke City on Saturday.
- Cardiff City are setting their sights on former Millwall manager Neil Harris to take over as manager following Neil Warnock's departure, while Charlton boss Lee Bowyer is also in the frame.
- Crystal Palace and Brighton are reportedly interested in signing Slovakian goalkeeper Dominik Greif after watching his brilliant display at Wolves last week.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
- James Maddison is in line to be handed his England debut over the course of the next two Euro 2020 qualifiers against Montenegro and Kosovo.
- Newcastle United's young midfielder Matty Longstaff will sign a new contract in the next few weeks but older brother Sean has been told he needs to do more to earn a second new deal in the space of 12 months.
- Liverpool are said to be concerned about the ongoing ankle problem which is troubling Mohamed Salah.
- Neil Warnock is set to retire after leaving his job as Cardiff City boss.
- West Ham are looking to find a replacement for back-up goalkeeper Roberto.
- The referees' chief Mike Riley will stick to his guns and resist recommending a change to the policy on the use of pitchside monitors in the Premier League despite growing pressure from clubs.
- Peter Beardsley will not be a part of England's 1,000th match celebrations when they face Montenegro at Wembley on Thursday evening.
THE SCOTTISH SUN
- Hibs are preparing an approach to make Celtic number two John Kennedy their new manager.
- Rangers are weighing up a January swoop for Aberdeen kid Lewis Ferguson.
- David Moyes believes Celtic and Rangers would finish in mid-table if they were to play in the English Premier League.
- Celtic have been told German starlet Niklas Dorsch is theirs for a bargain £3.2m.
- Neil Warnock is free to pursue his dream of managing one of the Edinburgh clubs after departing Cardiff City.
- Former Rangers midfielder Mikel Arteta is a target for Everton as current boss Marco Silva continues to struggle.
- Celtic's hopes of signing Fraser Forster from Southampton permanently may be scuppered by his huge £70,000 a week wages - an astonishing deal that he was given to ward off interest from Manchester United.