Football Papers: All The Latest Football News And Transfer Gossips This Morning

  • Manchester United are ready to activate a £27m release clause in the contract of Roma starlet Lorenzo Pellegrini and, according to reports in Italy, have met with his agent in London.
  • Boreham Wood have apologised to Ebbsfleet goalkeeper Nathan Ashmore after he jumped into the crowd during Saturday’s National League game to confront fans abusing him.
  • Manchester United are plotting a move for West Ham’s Declan Rice, with Liverpool and Arsenal also keen on the teenager.
  • Maurizio Sarri has made Genoa’s free-scoring Krzysztof Piatek his top January target as he looks to bolster Chelsea’s attacking options.
  • Sunderland boss Jack Ross fears clubs in higher divisions will come calling for exciting striker Josh Maja in January.
  • Marcus Rashford may have provided the latest injury setback for Jose Mourinho after limping off during England’s win over Croatia on Sunday.
  • PFA chairman Ben Purkiss has the support of more than 200 current and former players who want an end to Gordon Taylor’s 37-year reign as boss.
  • Premier League clubs agreed to pay the outgoing Richard Scudamore £5m to prevent him from taking a similar job with a rival organisation, such as La Liga or the NFL.
  • Germany coach Joachim Low is ready to turn to youth after a nightmare few months for the senior international side, most recently seeing them relegated in the Nations League.
  • Joe Schmidt is in line to become New Zealand head coach, with Steve Hansen set to reveal his future plans imminently.
  • Daniel Sturridge will be available to play for Liverpool while the case over alleged betting breaches of betting rules is heard.
  • West Ham and their London Stadium landlords will be in court on Monday over a bitter dispute about increasing capacity for football matches – the case is believed to have already cost both sides £2m in legal fees.
  • Arsenal and England face an anxious wait over Jordan Nobbs, who suffered a potentially serious knee injury in the Women’s Super League win over Everton.
  • Nigel Melville, the next interim chief executive of the RFU, is being sued in the United States by a businessman who claims he was conned into a $6m investment aimed at launching a professional club competition in North America.
  • Toronto Wolfpack are asking Championship rivals to fly in and out of the Canadian city in the space of two days next season but there are already concerns over player welfare.

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