Top news and transfer rumors in Monday's newspapers…
Jordan Henderson is set to remain in Saudi Arabia for the remainder of the season as Al Etifaq are unlikely to consider moving him in January.
A group of 19 former footballers, including three with Premier League experience, will launch a battle with the FA on Monday for compensation over brain injuries.
Premier League manager Richard Masters and his EFL counterpart Rick Parry are set to be pursued by a select committee over their failure to reach agreement on the redistribution of football funds. , all eyes will be on Westminster on Monday.
West Ham are expected to send a team to the sevens competition, where players were sent off the pitch last year over allegations of racial abuse.
The Premier League's Asia Trophy is set to resume this summer, with China seen as the most likely venue.
Turkish referee Halil Umut Meler returned to referee his first match since he was punched by former Ankaraguk president Faruk Koca last year.
Racing boss Stuart Lancaster has confirmed that the French team has been in contact with Owen Farrell about a move to Paris.
Nottingham Forest and Everton are set to finally learn their fate following fresh Premier League charges amid growing concerns that both teams could be in breach of financial regulations.
Brighton have completed the signing of Argentine wonder boy Valentin Barco from Boca Juniors.
Emma Raducanu admitted she became worried about her future when chronic wrist pain returned in August, just three months after surgery on both hands.
When Joelinton learned that three robbers had broken into his home, he rushed home. Mr Joelinton was watching his team's game against Man City from the sidelines when he received an alert that an intruder had broken into his home.
John O'Shea has left Birmingham by mutual consent, less than two weeks after Wayne Rooney's departure.
Hannibal Maybri has reportedly agreed a loan move to Spanish side Sevilla, which could be his last time wearing a Manchester United shirt.
Liverpool are reportedly in a three-way transfer battle to sign teenage star Lenny Yolo, dubbed the 'new Raphael Varane'.
Nemanja Matic could return to the Premier League this month.
Chelsea have sent executives to Brazil to finalize the deal for Estevao Willian, according to reports.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder is keen to sign Bournemouth star Chris Mepham.
Caglar Soyuncu is set to make a surprise return to the Premier League, according to reports.
Manager Jurgen Klopp has named Sunderland's Anthony Patterson as a potential replacement for Caouhin Kelleher if the Liverpool goalkeeper leaves the club in the summer.
Ajax manager Jon van t Schip has confirmed his interest in signing Al Etifaq midfielder Jordan Henderson this month.
Liverpool could sign Bruno Guimarães for £32m a season for the next three years as the Reds plan to sign the Newcastle midfielder.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe expects a deal to buy a 25% stake in Manchester United to be formalized by mid-February.
Spain coach Luis de la Fuente is set to sign a new contract that will keep him in charge of the men's national team until the 2026 World Cup.
Jacob Ramsey is set to undergo tests with a hamstring problem after missing Sunday's draw with Aston Villa and Everton.
Sevilla have reached a tentative agreement with Manchester United to sign midfielder Hannibal Mabry on loan until the summer.
Chelsea have added Manchester United defender Luke Shaw to their shortlist and are reportedly discussing him as a potential January signing.
Steven Gerrard's Al Etifaq are reportedly close to agreeing a deal with Ryan Kent, with the former Rangers manager looking to reunite with the winger.
Lawrence Shankland is waiting for Hearts to offer him a contract extension.
Hibs are one of two clubs Adelaide United are considering making a bid for teenage striker Moussa Toure, and there is also interest from France's Ligue 1 side, according to reports. .
Ayr United will part ways with manager Lee Bullen.
Motherwell are leading the charge to sign Celtic's Adam Montgomery.
Dundee are preparing for the return of striker Greg Stewart.