The highest tales and switch rumours from Sunday’s newspapers…
MAIL ON SUNDAY
Steve Cooper wants a win as Nottingham Forest supervisor with the membership’s formidable proprietor rising more and more pissed off.
Brighton’s Lewis Dunk was proven a straight crimson – not a second yellow – in opposition to Forest as a result of his language to the referee was personally abusive.
The Glazer household is spending £250,000 per week in authorized and consultancy charges in a bid to promote a share of Manchester United to Sir Jim Ratcliffe – greater than they pay membership captain Bruno Fernandes.
Chelsea need to signal a brand new striker for Mauricio Pochettino within the January switch window however Victor Osimhen and Ivan Toney may now show to be out of attain.
Liverpool are resulting from pay Benfica an additional £8.5million for Darwin Nunez after he made his sixtieth look for the membership within the 1-1 draw at Manchester Metropolis.
Mauricio Pochettino threatened to cancel the day without work for his Chelsea gamers, such was his anger and disappointment at their spectacular collapse at St James’ Park.
England legend Sarah Taylor is ready to depart her position as wicketkeeping coach because the exodus from Sussex continues.
DAILY STAR ON SUNDAY
Aaron Ramsdale is high of Wolves’ January wishlist as a alternative for Jose Sa, however the cash-strapped facet need to wait till the summer season to pay for the Arsenal keeper.
THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Jude Bellingham is reportedly set to land a “a multi-million-pound endorsement cope with Louis Vuitton” after his unimaginable begin at Actual Madrid.
Derby are braced for bids to whisk away high expertise Cruz Allen. The Welsh youth cap, 16, is already tearing it up within the Rams’ Below-18 facet and that has alerted Manchester United. Chelsea and Newcastle are additionally on the midfielder’s path.
Philippe Clement says the stability of Rangers’ squad is not proper – and he is prepared to repair it in January.
Dimitri De Conde will not be becoming a member of Rangers as director of soccer after confirming he’ll be staying at Genk.