All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Monday’s papers…
THE DAILY MIRROR
Manchester United have put 19-year-old Slovenian striker Benjamin Sesko on their shortlist to replace Cristiano Ronaldo, along with Serbian Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic.
Tottenham boss Antonio Conte is “confident” Heung-Min Son will be fit in time to play a role in the Qatar World Cup after undergoing surgery for his eye injury.
A gay man who once lived in Qatar has claimed he was “chased” by the country’s police.
The love affair between Wrexham AFC and Hollywood stars Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney has been one of the great stories in recent footballing history, but Football Manager is to thank for the club’s takeover.
Tottenham are hoping Chelsea’s lack of interest in Anthony Gordon under Graham Potter will give them a chance to sign the striker from Everton.
Ivan Toney remains available for World Cup selection – although he is under investigation by the FA over a betting inquiry.
Southampton are set to sack manager Ralph Hasenhuttl.
Petr Cech has signed for the Chelmsford Chieftains ice hockey team.
THE DAILY MAIL
Thomas Frank has accused a member of Nottingham Forest’s groundskeeping crew of injuring one of his coaches ahead of Brentford’s game at the City Ground on Saturday.
Arsenal are reportedly keeping tabs on Vitoria Guimaraes defensive midfielder Ibrahima Bamba.
THE DAILY EXPRESS
Leeds are leading the race to sign youngster George Hall from Birmingham.
THE SUN OF SCOTLAND
Livid Rangers fans waited outside McDiarmid Park to vent their frustrations after the Light Blues’ shock defeat to St Johnstone.