Football: Today’s paper talk

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A look at the football news and gossip in today’s national newspapers
THE SUN
Marouane Fellaini’s hopes of leaving Manchester United this month have been hit by injury.
Luis Suarez forced Liverpool to accept a cut-price £65m when he left for Barcelona, according to the Catalan club.
Thibaut Courtois will double his money with a new Chelsea deal – but Petr Cech is willing to fight for the No 1 spot.
Malky Mackay is confident of landing the Crystal Palace job and will be handed £25m to keep the club in the Premier League.
Newcastle are considering a move for Manchester City winger Scott SInclair, while City striker John Guidetti is a target for Feyenoord and Ajax.
Fulham’s Bryan Ruiz is in talks with Werder Bremen over a move to Germany.
DAILY MIRROR
Petr Cech’s Chelsea future is in serious doubt after Jose Mourinho did not inform him of his decision to pick Thibaut Courtois in goal at Burnley.
Malky Mackay has been offered the Palace job – and Sunderland’s Connor Wickham could follow him to south London.
Southampton will go back for Andros Townsend after failing with a £10m bid for the Tottenham winger.
Sunderland winger Emmanuele Giaccherini faces up to another month out with a groin injury.
Liverpool are ready to send teenager Jordon Ibe on loan to Bolton.
DAILY STAR
Malky Mackay hopes to make former Palace favourite Wilfried Zaha his first signing if he gets the Selhurst Park job.
Harry Redknapp hopes Niko Kranjcar will join Leroy Fer and Eduardo Vargas at QPR this week.
DAILY EXPRESS
Petr Cech will hold talks with Jose Mourinho this week before deciding his future.
Southampton’s Jack Cork and Watford striker Troy Deeney are other names on Malkay Mackay’s Palace hitlist.
DAILY MAIL
Monaco and PSG are lining up to sign Petr Cech if the goalkeeper opts to leave Chelsea.
THE TIMES
Tottenham target Memphis Depay has rejected a new contract offer from PSV.
DAILY TELEGRAPH
Aston Villa are set to appointement Arsenal’s chief commercial officer Tom Fox as their new chief executive.

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