It’s a day full of football around Europe, but also a day full of football news and gossip, including how current Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp, turned down bitter rivals Manchester United.
Here is the Paper Round-up for Saturday 16th January 2016.
Liverpool manager, Jürgen Klopp, turned down the opportunity to manage Manchester United after Sir Alex Ferguson retired. [Mirror]
Liverpool are looking at Inaki Williams from Athletic Club Bilbao, as are Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid [Guardian]
The Anfield club are also interested in Southampton player, Shane Long, for £8m [Sun]
Chelsea have identified mourner manager, Claudio Ranieri, as a potential manager for next season [Express]
Manchester City are planning an overhaul of their squad, with Mangala and Bony set to leave, City have joined the race for John Stones [Telegraph]
Swansea City have turned down Sunderlands approach for Andre Ayew [Mirror]
Watford are set to sign Malaga winger, Nordin Amrabat [Star]
Arsenal trio of Jack Wilshere, Danny Welbeck and Francis Coquelin are edging closer to full fitness [Independent]
Sam Allardyce says the FA should resist FIFAs plans to scrap the Emergency loan system [Telegraph]