Sunday’s Paper Talk

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The top stories and transfer rumours making the back pages of the national newspapers on Sunday morning.
England goalkeeper Joe Hart admits he is sweating on a new Manchester City contract with his current deal up at the end of next season.
Southampton have stuck a £30million price-tag on Morgan Schneiderlin in a bid to ward off January interest from Spurs in the France international.
Burnley boss wants to unite Will Keane with twin brother Michael and bring the 21-year-old, also on loan, from Manchester United.
Manchester United have been told that Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman will cost them a staggering £60m.
West Ham will rival QPR for the signing of their former striker Jermain Defoe in January.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez is monitoring Tottenham midfielder Moussa Dembele with an eye to January swoop.
Arsenal and Tottenham could go head to head for Swiss centre-half Fabian Schar, 22 from Basel in January.
Schalke and Lokomotiv Moscow are battling it out for the signing of free agent and former QPR target Lassana Diarra.
Stoke are chasing Middlesbrough youngster Adam Reach, 21, but Manchester City and Liverpool are also believed to be interested.
Sunderland boss Gus Poyet has ruled out a loan switch for Greek winger Charis Mavrias, 20.
Manchester United will not splash £120m on buying Ronaldo back from Real Madrid because of the Portuguese using the club as bait before signing a new five-year contract in the Spanish capital last year.
United could lose Brazil Under-20 star Andreas Pereira, named on the bench in the 4-0 rout of QPR last Sunday, in January with the midfielder’s current deal due to expire in the summer.
Everton are in talks with Belgium forward Kevin Mirallas to extend the 26-year-old’s deal beyond 2016.
Liverpool and Manchester City are eyeing the development of Real Madrid and Scotland underage teenage sensation Jack Harper, 18.
QPR want to sign Leicester right-back Richie De Laat, 25, in January.
Newcastle are keeping tabs on the fitness of their former striker Andy Carroll, back in training with West Ham after an ankle operation in America.
Louis van Gaal has taken issue with Pep Guardiola’s claim that several of his players were contacted by Manchester United over the summer but preferred to stay at Bayern Munich.
Giorgios Karagounis would be open to a possible move back to managerless Fulham

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