A round up of sporting headlines including news from Tottenham, Everton, Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool.
DAILY MAIL: Mario Balotelli scored his first Premier League goal for Liverpool - to give his side a late victory in a five-goal thriller against Tottenham. Meanwhile: Manchester United scouts were in Italy on Sunday to watch Palermo’s £30m-rated striker Paulo Dybala, 21, in action against Inter Milan.
INDEPENDENT: Ex-Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood has ended his interest in becoming the next QPR manager after he failed to receive assurances over the club’s plans if they were relegated this season.
DAILY MIRROR: Wenger plays down Alexis Sanchez injury - but admits concerns over Aaron Ramsey. Also: Aston Villa have slipped into the relegation zone after the 2-0 loss, their fifth on the bounce.
DAILY STAR: Ex-Swansea boss Michael Laudrup looks set to be named manager of QPR. Also: Chelsea star Juan Cuadrado is a Man United fan who may still want Old Trafford move.
DAILY EXPRESS: Germany midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has said he could leave Bayern Munich in an extract of his upcoming autobiography, alerting Premier League clubs.
LIVERPOOL ECHO: Everton have offered 21-year-old left-back Luke Garbett who is out of contract at the end of the season, a new deal.
SUN: Ex-Premier League striker Pierre van Hooijdonk says “even the biggest clowns are laughing at Louis van Gaal” after the Manchester United boss used diagrams to defend suggestions his side relied on long balls.