Sunday's Newspapers: 23rd December 2018 sunday telegraph Chelsea are considering January moves for Lyon playmaker Nabil Fekir and AC Milan's loan striker Gonzalo Higuain. mail on sunday Chelsea will cut short Michy Batshuayi's loan spell at Valencia in January and have offered the striker to Crystal Palace. Manchester United want to follow the model of Tottenham and Mauricio Pochettino and Paul Mitchell are expected to be approached. Richard Cockerill claims rugby is becoming increasingly public-school dominated. England and Bath centre Jonathan Joseph has been offered to a host of Premiership clubs for £350,000 a year. Record Premiership try scorer Tom Varndell could be offered a lifeline by Leicester Tigers. Cameron Bancroft almost quit cricket after becoming embroiled in Australia's ball-tampering scandal. sunday mirror Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will only be allowed loan signings next month - as Manchester United stockpile cash for their next permanent boss. Jose Mourinho could help Manchester United land No 1 target Mauricio Pochettino - by making a shock return to Real Madrid. Former Manchester City chief executive Garry Cook is heading a consortium interested in buying Newcastle. Premier League co-founder Rick Parry believes a European Super League is as far off as ever. Saido Berahino is receiving one-to-one sessions from goal-king Kevin Phillips in a bid to get him scoring again. Napoli are preparing to seal a permanent loan move for David Ospina from Arsenal next month. Middlesbrough want to sign Genk striker Mbwana Samatta and will send Rudy Gestede out on loan. Former Leicester head of recruitment Steve Walsh could be set for a return to the King Power stadium. Wolves are on the trail of England U17 international Louie Sibley from Derby County's U23s. sunday express Chelsea want a new striker in January and could move for Robert Lewandowski or Jamie Vardy to solve their problems. Rangers could make a move for Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke in January. David Beckham's Inter Miami CF are plotting a move for Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil, according to reports in Germany. Isco is plotting a Man City transfer once Real Madrid snare Chelsea's Eden Hazard. Newcastle are in talks to sign Paraguay and Atlanta forward Miguel Almiron for a 'big money fee' in early January. Manchester United will not be splashing the cash in next month's transfer window and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will have to work with what he has got. Antonio Conte has rejected Boca Juniors to keep himself open for the Manchester United job next summer. Chelsea are in talks to send Michy Batshuayi on loan to Crystal Palace for the rest of the season. Arsenal are leading the race to sign Lille's free-scoring Ivorian winger Nicholas Pepe. West Ham are set to launch a New Year bid to sign Blackburn's Bradley Dack. Fulham are reading to make a move for Everton starlet Mason Holgate but face competition from Sheffield United. Huddersfield are preparing a gamble on non-league hitman Macauley Bonne who plays for Leyton Orient. Lazio are hoping Manchester United will allow Matteo Darmian to join them in January. Stoke City are interested in Dusseldorf winger Kenan Karaman. Everton will sanction loan moves for Oumar Niasse and James McCarthy next month. the sun on sunday Patrice Evra is being lined up by Manchester United as the man to tame Paul Pogba. Bournemouth ace Josh King will be on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's radar in the January transfer window. Liverpool striker Dominic Solanke is in talks with Huddersfield and Crystal Palace over a potential loan switch. Tottenham are gagging their players from talking about Mauricio Pochettino's future. Tottenham are refusing to pay for street cleaners outside their new stadium in N17. Leicester want to hand captain Wes Morgan a new contract when his current deal expires next summer. Cardiff boss Neil Warnock is ready to pounce for Sunderland hotshot Josh Maja. Miguel Almiron's personal demands are putting in jeopardy his potential move to Newcastle from Atlanta United. Wilfried Bony wants a new contract at Swansea and a bumper payday - but he faces a wait. Watford will target Huddersfield midfielder Phillip Billing if they lose Abdoulaye Doucoure in the January window. Burnley are open to the shock sale of strikers Ashley Barnes and Sam Vokes in next month's window. Ipswich manager Paul Lambert could take ex-Tottenham player Simon Dawkins on a free transfer. Victor Moses' huge wages are proving a stumbling block in Chelsea's attempts to move the right-back out on loan. Wigan director Joe Royle has blocked Paul Cook's attempts to bring Celtic scout Mick Doherty to the Latics. Ex-Wigan chairman David Sharpe is talking to Bradford City about a shock return to football. Inter Milan's interest in Ever Banega is putting Arsenal boss Unai Emery's targetting of the player at risk. Fulham owner Shahid Khan will make a renewed £600million bid to buy Wembley Stadium next year. Leeds are making hurried checks on Everton's Mason Holgate as they look to bolster their promotion bid. Adel Taarabt is set for a shock return to Championship side Queens Park Rangers. James deGale has opened talks with Chris Eubank Jr's camp about a Battle of Britain super-middleweight clash. daily star sunday Real Madrid plan to match whatever Manchester United offer Tottenham for Mauricio Pochettino - and raise it by throwing in Gareth Bale. Chelsea are battling it out with Inter Milan and Juventus for Empoli striker Hamed Traore. Brighton have take non-league starlet Adam Lovett on trial on the south coast. sunday times Jose Mourinho thought he was going to discuss transfer policy when he went into the meeting in which he was sacked by Manchester United. Jose Mourinho is still being courted by Europe's top clubs despite his sacking, including Real Madrid.