Former Brighton & Hove Albion boss Chris Hughton lined up for Premier League return, Liverpool youngster could leave, and more
Brighton & Hove Albion fell to Leicester City over the weekend, and the rumour mill is back into full swing on Monday morning.
Graham Potter is the gaffer at Brighton these days, but former boss Chris Hughton may be back in the Premier League before long.
The Express claim that Hughton is being considered to replace Manuel Pelligrini as West Ham United boss, should the Chilean be sacked.
West Ham are on a poor run of form, and were beaten by Jose Mourinho's Spurs on at the London Stadium on Saturday.
Hughton spent the best part of five years at the Amex Stadium, and has reportedly been biding his time to wait for the right Premier League opportunity.
Rafa Benitez is also being considered but is reportedly not interested in the job.
The rest of today's headlines:
Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling is waiting for Pep Guardiola to confirm his long-term plans before signing a new deal at the club. (The Sun)
Crystal Palace are on the verge of a big-money takeover. (Various)
Aston Villa and Crystal Palace are fighting to sign Liverpool youngster Rhian Brewster on a loan deal. (The Sun)
Newcastle United are planning on selling midfielder Ki Sung-yueng in January. (Football Insider)
Arsenal have begun the process of identifying Unai Emery’s successor. (Mail Online)
Jadon Sancho has been linked with Liverpool and Manchester United again after reports he feels ‘humiliated’ by Borussia Dortmund. (Mirror)