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Transfer gossip: Liverpool facing fight to keep Salah, Everton target Deeney, Arsenal eye Sevilla star

Here are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers…

Liverpool will be hoping they can hold on to star player Mohamed Salah amid reports Real Madrid are interested. According to Egypt manager Hector Cuper, the Spanish giants want to sign the winger following his impressive 18 goals in 24 games for the Reds – FULL STORY HERE

New Everton boss Sam Allardyce could make Watford striker Troy Deeney one of his first targets in January, as he looks to strengthen the Toffees’ strikeforce. (ESPN)

Meanwhile, Allardyce has stated his desire to keep Ross Barkley, but hinted the midfielder could leave in the summer. (Liverpool Echo)

Everton, West Ham, Stoke and Swansea are all monitoring Ausburg right-back Daniel Opare ahead of the January transfer window. The 27-year-old is rated at £3million. (Daily Mail)

Arsenal are on alert as a fall-out at Sevilla could see Steven N’zonzi leave. The 28-year-old has not appeared for the Spanish club since being substituted against Liverpool last month, and he was reported to have left the stadium at half-time. But now, Arsenal could be willing to trigger his £35m release clause. Everton are also said to be interested, with new boss Sam Allardyce still a big fan of his former Blackburn player. (The Sun)

Manager Antonio Conte has told the Chelsea board to sort out new contracts for star man Eden Hazard and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois before they go to the World Cup with Belgium. (Daily Express)

Arsenal and Tottenhamare interested in signing Dani Ceballos. The 21-year-old midfielder is unhappy at Real Madrid. (Calciomercato)

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud needs to play more if he is to make France’s World Cup squad and could consider a loan move in January, according to the country’s assistant manager. (Daily Star)

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba could face an extended ban for sarcastically applauding after being sent off during Saturday’s victory over Arsenal.  (Daily Telegraph) 

Swansea City owners will back manager Paul Clement and give him money to spend in the January transfer window. (Wales Online)

West Brom may face a fight to keep teenage star Tyler Roberts at The Hawthorns. The 18-year-old has impressed on loan at Walsall and has sparkedinterest from Marseille, with the opportunity of a first-team start potentially enough lure him to Ligue 1. (Daily Mirror)

Newcastle’s Aleksandar Mitrovic could be moving back to Anderlecht come the January transfer window. (Newcastle Chronicle)

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