Paper Talk: Rodgers set for new deal

Brendan Rodgers is heading for a new contract at Liverpool and Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini wants St Etienne defender Kurt Zouma.

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Brendan Rodgers: Heading for a new contract

Brendan Rodgers: Heading for a new contract

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SUNDAY PEOPLE

Fulham manager Martin Jol is on the brink of the sack with Rene Meulensteen the front-runner to replace him.

Chelsea are ready to hand skipper John Terry a new deal before the New Year.

Brendan Rodgers is heading for a new contract at Liverpool.

Andros Townsend will be given the chance to fill Theo Walcott's boots in England's crunch World Cup qualifiers.

Derby County want Steve McClaren back after they sacked Nigel Clough as manager.

Norwich boss Chris Hughton could be just one defeat away from the axe.

Guy Poyet faces an anxious wait before finding out whether he will be handed the reins at Sunderland.

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini wants St Etienne defender Kurt Zouma to solve his problem position.

Arsenal expect to sign Bristol Rovers goalkeeper Matt Macey.

Chelsea starlets Billy Clifford and Alex Kiwomya are on Hull's radar for January.

Wigan star Shaun Maloney faces a disrupted season with a back problem.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

David Moyes has admitted his concern after Manchester United's worst opening to a Premier League season.

Martin Jol has defiantly vowed to fight on as Fulham manager.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Martin Jol is fighting for survival as Fulham manager.

Luciano Becchio wants to escape his Norwich nightmare and return to Leeds.

Liverpool want to tie down Brendan Rodgers to a new contract.

Arsenal will offer Per Mertesacker a new deal to keep him at the Emirates for the next three years.

DAILY STAR

Arsene Wenger has made Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Lars Bender a £20m January transfer target.

Steven Gerrard has revealed he would love to manage Liverpool when his playing days are over.

Luciano Becchio wants to make an emotional return to Leeds.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

David Moyes has admitted Manchester United do not have enough world-class players.

THE SUN

Jose Mourinho has branded Jan Vertonghen a cheat.

Luis Suarez has vowed to repair his tarnished image and become Mr Nice Guy.

Darren Fletcher is set to make his Manchester United comeback in a month.

Everton want to make Gareth Barry's loan move permanent.

Ross Barkley can be an England star as long as he is handled with care, according to Roberto Martinez.

Jores Okore has spoken for the first time about the anguish which is tearing him apart.

David Moyes admits Manchester United will have to strengthen to conquer Europe again.

Manuel Pellegrini says Pep Guardiola will fear Wednesday's tie with Man City

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