Manchester United are poised to land a long-term target in the January transfer window, while there could be incomings at both Arsenal and Manchester City, according to Tuesday’s newspapers.
MANCHESTER UNITED TIPPED TO SIGN DANNY ROSE IN JANUARY
Manchester United are closing on a shock January swoop for Tottenham full-back Danny Rose, according to reports.
Italian publication Tuttosport, via talkSPORT, claims Spurs are ready to cash in on the England full-back in January, with the player yet to played a game for the club this season due to injury.
United made an attempt to try and sign Rose in the summer without success, but it seems they are ready to make a fresh move – and this time they could find Tottenham far more willing to discuss a deal.
In Rose’s absence, Ben Davies has impressed in the left wing-back role and it is for that reason that Spurs could now be willing to sanction his sale for the right price.
The England player upset Tottenham over the summer by admitting he felt he deserved more money and that he fancied a move back up north before his career was over.
Any deal for Rose would once again place a huge question mark over the long-term future of Luke Shaw at Old Trafford.
AND THE REST
Manchester City are eyeing a cut-price £3m deal for 26-year-old Napoli left-back Faouzi Ghoulam to fill in for the injured Benjamin Mendy (The Sun)
The Italian Football Federation is ready to offer Antonio Conte the chance to take over as national coach for a second time after the 2018 World Cup (The Sun)
Paris Saint-Germain are working on a deal to sell winger Angel di Maria, 29, to China in January (The Sun)
Barcelona will meet Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann’s £89m release clause before the 26-year-old’s value rises next summer (Daily Mirror)
Pep Guardiola has taken ‘total football’ to levels never seen before, says ex-Italy boss Arrigo Sacchi (Daily Mirror)
The England World Cup squad will have Rabies vaccinations to protect them in ‘high risk’ Russia (Daily Mirror)
Brighton are eyeing a transfer raid on Newcastle for out-of-favour striker Aleksandar Mitrovic in the January window (Daily Mirror)
England U21 striker Tammy Abraham has opened the door to a Nigeria switch after they qualified for next summer’s World Cup (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal have reached an agreement with former winger Marc Overmars, 44, for him to leave Ajax and become the club’s director of football from next season (Daily Express)
Gareth Southgate has warned his other forwards they have to start chipping in with goals because England have become reliant on Harry Kane (Daily Express)
Celtic’s Kieran Tierney says his Scotland heartbreak will make him a better player (Daily Express)
Leeds United have made an offer for goalkeeper Kamil Miazek, with the 21-year-old available on a free transfer (Daily Express)
Harry Winks says he did not believe Gareth Southgate when he told him he was in the England team (Daily Star)
Tottenham rejected a bid from French club Nice to take 21-year-old midfielder Harry Winks on loan last season (Daily Mail)
Aidy Boothroyd has told the England U21s to show Andorra respect and remember they are not the Harlem Globetrotters (Daily Mail)
Chris Coleman will consider his future as Wales manager following their World Cup qualifying defeat to the Republic of Ireland (Daily Mail)