Papers: Man Utd on red alert with De Ligt's Bayern future in doubt

The top stories and transfer rumours from Monday’s newspapers…


Matthijs de Ligt’s future at Bayern Munich is back in doubt – putting Manchester United back on red alert.

Kieran Trippier says Newcastle haven’t given up hope of another top-four finish and a Champions League encore.

Kalvin Phillips has slammed Pep Guardiola’s handling of him after the Manchester City boss called him overweight.

Kalvin Phillips shows his frustration during West Ham's Premier League clash with Bournemouth


Brazilian side Santos are plotting a move to bring Neymar Jr back to the club after he recovers from his knee injury and finishes his ‘experience in Saudi Arabia’.


Man City defender John Stones has high hopes for another magical season despite Pep Guardiola’s scepticism.

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Gary Neville says Arsenal have a really good shot at the title if they can stay composed and controlled following big wins in the Premier League


Martin Odegaard delivered another majestic display as Arsenal trumped West Ham 6-0.

West Ham fans streamed out of the London Stadium in their thousands before half-time after their side was put to the sword by rampant Arsenal.

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Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says it was great to make history as his side recorded their joint-biggest margin of victory in an away Premier League game and their biggest under the Spaniard with a 6-0 victory against West Ham


Declan Rice refused to celebrate after scoring for Arsenal against West Ham.


Italy head coach Gonzalo Quesada said Ireland played like the All Blacks in their 36-0 win over his side.


Brendan Rodgers is convinced people are desperate for him and his Celtic players to fail but has told them they won’t succeed.

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Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers spoke after his side’s Scottish Cup win vs St Mirren and on ignoring criticism


Sebastien Haller completed a fairytale comeback as the cancer survivor fired the Ivory Coast to African Cup of Nations glory on home soil.

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