A round up of sporting headlines including news from West Ham, Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham,
DAILY MAIL: The FIFA ethics report into the World Cup bid corruption to be published this morning is remarkably expected to blame England more than Qatar for breaching regulations. Also: Roy Keane was at the centre of a storm after
an alleged row with a fan at the team hotel in Dublin. Keane was said to have been involved in a bust-up.
THE GUARDIAN: Two years after playing his last international, West Ham’s rejuvenated winger Stuart Downing is excited at the prospect of gaining his 35th cap for England against Slovenia on Saturday
THE INDEPENDENT: Chelsea will underline their re-emergence as the club to beat in British football by announcing a record profit of close to £20m, despite spending on squad improvements which have taken Jose Mourinho’s undefeated side four points clear at the top of the Premier League.
DAILY TELEGRAPH: Ozil settles legal row with his own father after being sued for £500k.
DAILY STAR: Spain boss Vicente Del Bosque has risked sparking a fresh club versus country row with Chelsea - this time over Cesc Fabregas. Also: Manchester United are set to test Atletico Madrid’s resolve in January by bidding £20m for defender Miranda, 30.
DAILY EXPRESS: Liverpool are preparing a £30m move for Porto striker Jackson Martinez, 28. Also: Chelsea are ready to raid Real Madrid for Manchester United target Gareth Bale, 25, next summer.
SUN: Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino plans to make a fresh £35m bid for midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, 25, and striker Jay Rodriguez, 25, who he managed at Southampton until this summer.
DAILY MIRROR: Ron Vlaar, 29, has given Manchester United and Arsenal fresh hope of signing him after his agent confirmed the defender is likely to leave Aston Villa. Also: Inter Milan have opened discussions about taking Arsenal striker Joel Campbell, 22, on loan with a £7m option to make it permanent