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Cristiano Ronaldo held crisis talks with his agent Jorge Mendes about his future at Manchester United.

Paul Pogba has moved to dismiss reports that he has been offered a new deal with Manchester United worth £ 500,000 a week.

Ralf Rangnick is flabbergasted at the state he found Man United in and is concerned at how badly his team is failing right now.

Juventus are on the verge of collapse in the locker room after tensions erupted on the pitch during the draw with Napoli, with disputes between Matthijs de Ligt and Adrien Rabiot, and Federico Chiesa and Juan Cuadrado proving that all is not well.

Lionel Messi could have an advantage over Mo Salah and Robert Lewandowski in the run for FIFA The Best, regardless of the stars’ results beyond August.

Non-league football team Chester is in danger of going out of business after being told they could be breaking Welsh coronavirus rules by playing in front of the crowd.

THE SUN OF SUNDAY

Paul Pogba will return to full training next week after getting the green light from Manchester United doctors.

Paul Pogba has often been linked to a departure from Man Utd

Fulham took a hard hit when Marseille joined the match to sign their £ 18m long-term goal Angelo Fulgini from Angers.

Wayne Rooney’s Derby County are in crisis talks with the EFL as a fight with Middlesbrough and Wycombe threatens their offer of survival.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Liverpool do not know how many senior players they will have available to face Shrewsbury or if Jurgen Klopp will be on the sideline.

Harry Maguire admitted that Manchester United players must take the blame for the crisis that engulfed Old Trafford, not beleaguered boss Ralf Rangnick.

Marcus Rashford praised a community that took him through one of its “lowest points” – building a wall of love against a flood of hate.

Ralf Rangnick looks like he won’t be able to lure Erling Haaland to Manchester United despite initial plans to do so.

Erling Haaland excelled in the Champions League last season

Virgil Van Dijk revealed how he put the club ahead of the nation last summer and insisted Liverpool will continue to come first.

Mikel Arteta has challenged Josh Kroenke to give him the necessary funds to “maximize” Arsenal’s January transfer window.

THE OBSERVER

Novak Djokovic has faced new controversy over his attempt to enter Australia to take part in the Tennis Open after images surfaced on social media of his appearances at public events after a positive Covid test was recorded in mid-December, which allowed him an exemption from the country’s strict Covid rules.

European rugby bosses insist the remaining two rounds of group matches will go ahead as planned at the end of this month after confirming necessary exemptions from French travel restrictions to clubs and match officials.

SUNDAY TIMES

Paul Pogba has suffered a setback in his recovery from a thigh injury and is unlikely to play for Manchester United for another six weeks.

The Premier League and the EFL are expected to urge the government not to introduce draconian restrictions on sponsorship deals with betting companies when sports bodies meet with Gambling Minister Chris Philp next week.

Tottenham Hotspur are in talks to sign Adama Traoré, with the aim of turning the Wolverhampton Wanderers winger into a right-back.

Adama Traore, wing of the wolves

Unvaccinated sports stars have been given the green light to play in France despite the imminent introduction of strict new Covid rules, in a move that could allow Novak Djokovic to play in the French Open.

Sam Billings will make his testing debut in the fifth Ashes Test in Hobart next week without that neither Jonny Bairstow nor Jos Buttler should be fit enough to keep the wicket in the final match of the series.

SUNDAY MAIL

This week, Rangers will step up their talks with main target John Souttar, and now they could get the Hearts star.

Vitesse Arnhem are set to stay put on Rangers goal Danilho Doekhi this month and won’t allow their 23-year-old captain to leave for no less than £ 2m in January.

Liverpool do not know how many senior players they will have available to face Shrewsbury or if Jurgen Klopp will be on the sideline.

SCOTTISH SUN ON SUNDAY

Hibs ace Martin Boyle has been offered a move to Saudi Arabia – and a £ 1 million annually salary package.

Shaun Maloney is ready to offer Norwich defender Rocky Bushiri a lifeline for the Hibs.

Celtic’s new Japanese Bhoys could spark an unprecedented windfall in Far Eastern money in Scottish football, a senior finance expert said.

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