Liverpool ‘secret’ arrival, Wenger retirement, United January deal, City £25m signing – Sunday paper rumours

first_img1 Here is a selection of the top news stories from Sunday’s newspapers…Manchester United scouted 23-year-old Porto defender Bruno Martins Indi at the Champions League win v Chelsea. (O Jogo via Sunday Express) Liverpool could dismiss manager Brendan Rodgers if they lose to Everton in today’s Merseyside derby (Sunday People) and the club are ‘secretly’ setting up a home in Formby for a ‘surprise guest’ to use for an extended stay from November. (Sun on Sunday)Dick Advocaat is expected to leave Sunderland in the next few days. (Sunday Telegraph) According to Paris St-Germain defender David Luiz, Philippe Coutinho will not stay at Liverpool next season if the Reds do not qualify for the Champions League. (Sunday Express) Arsene Wenger says he will make an “impulsive” decision on retirement. (Sun on Sunday) Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes may join Sevilla in January on a free transfer. (Mundo Deportivo) Everton, Liverpool and Southampton are interested in signing £12m-rated 20-year-old Ajax winger Anwar El Ghazi. (Sunday People) Manchester City are favourites to sign Benfica’s 20-year-old Brazilian midfielder Victor Andrade who is valued at £25m by the Portuguese club. (Sunday Mirror) Sam Allardyce is keen to succeed Dick Advocaat as Sunderland manager. (Sunday Times) Nigel Pearson and Sean Dyche are favourites to replace Advocaat. (Star On Sunday)And here is a selection of the top stories on…‘Mourinho is so competitive he is trying to beat Liverpool boss to the sack!’How Liverpool perform with and without SturridgeArsene Wenger admits to wearing women’s clothing (spoof)‘Throw another chariot on the barbie, mate!’ Reaction to England’s World Cup catastrophe Transfer rumours and paper review last_img

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