MILLSTONE at Spurs... Tottenham Hotspur striker Emmanuel Adebayor wants a £1m pay-off to veave the club after being banished to the reserves says the Metro.
ARSENAL, Tottenham and Chelsea are among a host of clubs monitoring Juventus striker Fernando Llorente, 28. The Spain international has struggled since joining the Serie A side on a free transfer this summer says the Sunday Mirror.
REAL Madrid will attempt to keep Cristiano Ronaldo out of his former club Manchester United's clutches by offering the 28-year-old forward a five-year deal worth £75m. That's according to the Mail on Sunday.
MANCHESTER United manager David Moyes has defended his decision to start forward Wayne Rooney, 27, against Crystal Palace on Saturday, less than four days after he was deemed unfit for international duty with England because of a head injury. The Sunday Telegraph carries that story.
THE MAIL on Sunday reckons that Arsenal will test United's determination to keep Rooney by offering the Old Trafford club £30m for him in the January transfer window.
MATHIEU Flamini has warned Arsenal that he wants to finish his career with the "club of his heart" Marseille. The 29-year-old midfielder started his career with the Ligue 1 side before moving to the Gunners in 2004, rejoining Arsenal this summer after five years at AC Milan says the Metro.
AND Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger's concerns over his lack of cover up front was the reason he blocked 25-year-old striker Nicklas Bendtner's move to Crystal Palace. The Sunday Express is running with that one.
MANCHESTER United and Chelsea are ready to fight it out in an attempt to land Everton's £20m-rated midfielder Ross Barkley. The 19-year-old featured against Chelsea in Everton's 1-0 win at Goodison Park on Saturday. That's another Sunday Expres offering.
TOTTENHAM boss Andre Villas-Boas is set to spend more of the world record transfer fee they received for Gareth Bale, and will target AC Milan forward Stephan El Shaarawy, 20, in the January transfer window according to the People.
CELTIC manager Neil Lennon believes his mentor Martin O'Neill is perfectly suited to the vacant Republic of Ireland managerial post says the Observer, with Lennon claiming that the 61-year-old's playing career with Northern Ireland would be no bar to that role. O'Neill managed Lennon at Leicester City and Celtic.