Thursday's Newspapers: November 09 2017 THE SUN Manchester United directors fear Jose Mourinho is on his way to Paris Saint-Germain. Chelsea have held talks with a Chinese group over £500million getting invested in the club. Alvaro Morata has no regrets after joining Chelsea and hopes to remain with the English champions for "a long time" to come. Lyon captain Nabil Fekir has put Premier League clubs on red alert after hailing English football. Everton chiefs will have crisis talks with caretaker David Unsworth to see if he can stay in charge of the team. Bertrand Traore has talked up a shock reunion with former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho at Manchester United. Bayern Munich are ready to flog Robert Lewandowski and land Mauro Icardi as his replacement, according to reports. Chelsea have banned celebrity hairdresser Ahmed Alsanawi from their Cobham training HQ after a row over image rights. Charlton will bank a further £250,000 from Liverpool if Joe Gomez makes his England debut over the next week. DAILY STAR Arsenal will demand £30million for Mesut Ozil in January with Manchester United keen on the Germany international. Christian Benteke hopes to be back in the Crystal Palace side against Everton on Saturday week. Fulham are plotting a £1.5million bid for Ostersunds defender Sotirios Papagiannopoulos in January. DAILY MIRROR Sergio Aguero has paved the way for his Manchester City exit - and an emotional return to his boyhood club Independiente in Argentina. Chelsea are planning a major January spending spree as they target a big-name striker - and Everton's Ross Barkley. Real Madrid are closing in on their first January signing which could hand Manchester United a major transfer boost in their bid to keep hold of David de Gea. Jack Wilshere fears he will have to quit Arsenal in January if he is to play in next summer's World Cup. David Unsworth is back in the frame to get the Everton job - because the Blues' top brass are split over who to appoint as Ronald Koeman's successor. Huddersfield will launch a fresh £4million bid for Barnsley defender Andy Yiadom in January. Derby will offer a longer-term deal to Wales midfielder Joe Ledley after he impressed Gary Rowett. Brighton are watching in-form Bristol City midfielder Bobby Reid. DAILY EXPRESS Chelsea star Alvaro Morata wants to match Jose Mourinho by winning league titles in England, Spain and Italy. DAILY TELEGRAPH Chelsea's approach to the January transfer window will not be altered by Michael Emenalo's surprise departure from the club this week. Liverpool striker Sadio Mane has joined the Senegal squad accompanied by a club physio to ensure he suffers no setback in his recovery from a hamstring problem. Sunderland striker Duncan Watmore has become the first Championship footballer to sign up to Juan Mata's Common Goal charity, pledging one per cent of his salary to good causes over the course of his career. DAILY MAIL Arsenal chief scout Steve Rowley, who has worked for the club for over 35 years, is on the brink of leaving the Premier League outfit. Manchester City are set to reward Gabriel Jesus with a new £100,000-a-week deal less than a year after signing the Brazil striker. Leeds United have seen an offer for Poland winger Kamil Jozwiak rejected by his club Lech Poznan. Manchester United are monitoring Gremio's creative midfielder Arthur Melo. THE INDEPENDENT Watford Ladies boss Keith Boanas is "severely disappointed" that the club has not applied to joins the Women's Super League, which will launch next season. DAILY RECORD Pedro Caixinha has been accused of costing Rangers a fortune by selling Barrie McKay to Nottingham Forest on the cheap.