Sunday 9 December 2018 08:08, UK
Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Sunday's national newspapers...
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Barcelona are hell-bent on landing £200m-rated Harry Kane next summer.
PSG are ready to battle Real Madrid and Juventus to sign Eden Hazard.
Pep Guardiola is furious Manchester City could lose Frenkie de Jong to PSG after launching a personal charm offensive to land the Dutch wonderkid.
Paris Saint-Germain will rival any attempts to lure Eden Hazard away from Stamford Bridge this summer.
Manchester City are ready to pull the trigger and spark a massive transfer scramble for Roma's Turkey international winger Cengiz Under.
Jose Mourinho would have sold Paul Pogba in the summer if Barcelona had pushed the boat out.
Arsenal will reportedly consider allowing Mesut Ozil to leave for £25m with Inter Milan interested.
Netherlands legend Danny Blind has launched a blistering attack on beleaguered Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho.
Cardiff are considering a loan move for out-of-favour Everton striker Oumar Niasse.
Tottenham are interested in signing Netherlands midfielder Tonny Vilhena, according to reports in Italy.
Galatasary's Ozan Kabak is being monitored by Manchester City ahead of a possible £20m transfer.
MAIL ON SUNDAY
Manchester United have held talks over a compensation package for Amiens teenager Noam Emeran.
Marco Silva expects Richarlison to get even better as both gear up to face former club Watford.
Richard Cockerill has emerged as a surprise contender to replace Eddie Jones as England head coach.
Manchester United have been quoted a price of more than £90m for Kalidou Koulibaly, the Napoli central defender who is Jose Mourinho's top defensive target.
THE SUN ON SUNDAY
Manchester City will make a final attempt to persuade Brahim Diaz to stay before reluctantly agreeing an £8m sale to Real Madrid.
Chelsea are preparing a £20m January swoop for Napoli right-back Elseid Hysaj.
Uefa could take the Champions League final global after the Boca Juniors and River Plate drama.
Daniel Sturridge faces at least a six-month ban if he is found guilty of breaching betting rules.
The Rugby Football Union has proposed expanding the Premiership to 16 teams - split into two conferences - to resolve the continuing debate over promotion and relegation.
Andy Halliday has revealed Rangers players are set to fine red card sinners in a desperate bid to stop them getting sent off.
Celtic captain Scott Brown has been warned reputation will not get him a starting spot after his injury comeback.