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All the top news and transfer rumors from the national newspapers on Sunday …

THE SUN OF SUNDAY

Ralf Rangnick will step up his efforts to land the £ 60 million German super-baby Florian Wirtz.

Newcastle are making a dramatic bid to sign Marseille midfield star Boubacar Kamara – from under the noses of Premier League rivals.

Jose Mourinho will face old Tottenham club for young Manchester United midfielder Charlie Wellens.

Crystal Palace remains focused on Eddie Nketiah, in case his move to Germany fails.

Racists who abuse football players online will be banned from the fields for up to 10 years.

Burnley are ready to test the water with an offer for Sunderland midfield dynamo Dan Neil.

Brentford could reach £ 14m in their bid to land Nottingham Forest wideman Brennan Johnson.

SUNDAY MAIL

The new push to persuade 16% of Premier League vaccine skeptics to get the vaccine will see new rules in 2022 to incentivize good practice, so that elite football is at least better prepared for when the next variant arrives to stop. the program.

Tottenham’s Boxing Day clash with Crystal Palace is set to be postponed following a Covid outbreak in the Eagles camp, according to reports.

Mohamed Salah celebrates the goal

Football is pleading with the government not to block spectators in the new year unless Covid figures are clear, a national health emergency calls for a ban on fans.

Burnley manager Sean Dyche is confident that uncertainty about the future of many members of his first team will not affect the spirit in the locker room and hinder the club’s battle to stay in the Premier League.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Liverpool have reached an agreement with the Egyptian association, with Mohamed Salah now available for the away match at Chelsea on 2 January.

SUNDAY TELEGRAPH

Real Madrid players believe Antonio Rudiger is set to move to the Spanish club on a free transfer at the end of the season with Chelsea who have not yet received any encouragement about his future at Stamford Bridge.

David Moyes has identified Lloyd Kelly as the man to ease West Ham United’s defensive injury crisis, but the Premier League club faces a battle to get Bournemouth league promotion hunters to sell in January.

SUNDAY TIMES

Pep Guardiola fears that fans’ refusal to wear face masks could cause football to be played behind closed doors in the new year.

Nemanja Matic says Manchester United players are adapting to new manager Ralf Rangnick despite the match chaos that accompanied his arrival as manager.

Antonio Rudiger

Joe Lewis, the Aberdeen goalkeeper, insists that his teammates are in exactly the same situation as the unhappy fans after the last block because they too have no say.

THE OBSERVER

Rafael Benítez has had talks with some of Everton academy’s brightest prospects to get them to commit to their long-term future with the Goodison Park club.

Mikel Arteta hopes Arsenal will be active during the transfer window in January as they assess their Champions League return prospects.

SCOTTISH SUN

Ange Postecoglou revealed that the permanent signing of Cameron Carter-Vickers is a priority for the new year.

SUNDAY MAIL

The rangers are keeping an eye on Spanish boy Pablo Torre at Racing Santander.

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