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Gossip column: Ibrahimovic, De Gea, Courtois, Richarlison, Klopp, Slimani

Transfer newsVeteran striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 36, now back in action after seven months out with a cruciate injury, could extend his Manchester United stay into next season, with talks over a new deal pencilled in with Jose Mourinho for the new year. (Sun)

Real Madrid are expected to sign a new goalkeeper and may bring in Athletic Bilbao's Kepa Arrizabalaga, 23, in the winter window, or move for Chelsea's Thibaut Courtois, 25, or Manchester United's David de Gea, 27, at the end of the season. (Daily Mail)

Real president Florentino Perez has warned De Gea that if he doesn't move to the Bernabeu this summer they will switch attention to Courtois. (Daily Mirror)

Watford boss Marco Silva fears the Hornets will not be able to prevent Brazilian winger Richarlison leaving the club, with Chelsea and Tottenham thought to be interested in the 20-year-old. (Sun)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is one of four candidates to become the permanent successor to Carlo Ancelotti at Bayern Munich at the end of the season. (SportBild)

Watford are weighing up a loan move for Leicester's out-of-favour record signing Islam Slimani, 29, in the new year. (Daily Mirror)

New West Brom boss Alan Pardew could make a January bid for Liverpool striker Danny Ings, 25, a player he coveted during his time as Newcastle manager. (Birmingham Mail)

Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce may turn to his old club Manchester United to solve his striker problems with a loan move for James Wilson, 21. (Daily Express)

Former Spurs and QPR midfielder Adel Taarabt, 28, the Morocco international now on loan at Genoa from Portuguese side Benfica, is being monitored by Sevilla. (AfricanFootball)

Wayne Rooney jumps for joy as he hits a hat-trick for Everton against West Ham
In the Daily Telegraph a throwback to the 1992 comedy "Wayne's World" to acknowledge Rooney's superb hat-trick against West Ham

Sam Allardyce has agreed an 18-month contract on £6m-a-year at Everton which takes him above some of the biggest names in football. It works out at around £115k a week and will see him receive £9m in 18 months, overtaking the salaries of Real Madrid's double Champions League winner Zinedine Zidane, Atletico Madrid's Diego Simeone, Juventus manager Max Allegri and PSG chief Unai Emery. (Daily Express)

Ross Barkley hails Everton team-mate Wayne Rooney's sensational strike from inside his own half to bring up his hat-trick against West Ham.

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