Ancelotti and Ronaldo set for Old Trafford, Everton to land Arsenal ace? Paper review

first_imgHere’s the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers…Manchester United are considering sacking manager Louis van Gaal and bringing in Carlo Ancelotti. And Ancelotti’s arrival at United could result in a sensational return to Old Trafford for Cristiano Ronaldo. (Daily Star)Napoli are ready to swoop for Manchester United defender Guillermo Varela in the January transfer window. (Metro)Liverpool target Stefan Kiessling has strongly hinted that he will leave Bayer Leverkusen in the January transfer window. (Metro)Pep Guardiola faces family turmoil as they want to stay in Munich. And the news could wreck Manchester City’s plans to capture the Bayern boss next summer. Manchester United, despite insisting they will stick with under-fire Louis van Gaal, would also be interested if it all goes wrong for the Dutchman. But with Paris Saint– Germain also in the frame, Guardiola may now decide to stay in Germany. (The Sun)Everton want Arsenal star Calum Chambers as a long-term replacement for John Stones. The England defender, 20, is considering his future at the Emirates after a lack of first-team football since moving from Southampton in July 2014. (The Sun)Alan Pardew is set to join the race for Juventus striker Simone Zaza. The 24-year-old will be allowed to leave on loan and is also wanted by Watford and Norwich. But the Crystal Palace boss is ready to step in and sign the Italy striker until the end of the season. (The Sun)West Ham have put Argentina midfielder Federico Mancuello on their transfer wishlist. The Independiente star, 26, will be allowed to leave for £2.5million despite breaking into the national team and playing alongside Lionel Messi and Sergio Aguero. (The Sun)Remi Garde is eyeing a shock move for Julien Faubert to help save Aston Villa’s season. The ex-France and West Ham winger, 32, is a free agent and on Garde’s radar as the Villa boss looks to bolster his squad. (The Sun)Jaap Stam wants to return to English football – as manager of Fulham. Ex-Manchester United defender Stam is believed to have told Cottagers chiefs he is open to holding talks over the vacant post. The Dutchman, 43, is currently coach of Ajax’s reserves but hopes to make the step up into a hot-seat. (Daily Mirror)last_img

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