Gossip column: Monk, Moyes, Mourinho, Ibrahimovic, Perez
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Garry Monk is set to be sacked as Swansea manager after a run of one win in eight Premier League games. (Daily Mirror)
Former Manchester United and Everton boss David Moyes was reportedly about to be sacked as Real Sociedad manager on Sunday, but his cancelled flight from Manchester means his exit is now expected to be confirmed on Monday. (Diario Vasco - in Spanish)
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho looks certain to be given more time to turn around the club's poor season. (Daily Star)
Mourinho, 52, is convinced he can improve the Blues' fortunes by getting rid of underperforming players in January. (Sun)
Chelsea's season could end up costing owner Roman Abramovich £100m, which includes a £10m pay-off should he sack Mourinho, £15m compensation to recruit preferred replacement Diego Simeone from Atletico Madrid and transfer fees to overhaul the squad. (Telegraph)
Former Argentina midfielder Simeone is already planning transfers as he prepares for a summer switch to Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mirror)
Another potential replacement for Mourinho, Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola, will have his future decided before Christmas, according to the German club's chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge. (Daily Mail)
Fulham, who sacked Kit Symons after Saturday's 5-2 home loss to Birmingham, could face competition from west London rivals QPR for the services of Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, the Burton Albion manager. (Times - subscription required)
Manchester United are to open talks with Paris St-Germain over a deal to sign 34-year-old Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. (Fichajes - in Spanish)
Wolfsburg's Brazil defender Dante, 32, has revealed he would love to join Chelsea. (Daily Express)
Newcastle's 22-year-old Spanish forward Ayoze Perez is wanted by Manchester United and Liverpool in January. (Chronicle)
Bayern Munich are interested in Willian, but Chelsea are set to offer the 27-year-old Brazil winger a new deal to keep him at Stamford Bridge. (Sun - subscription required)
Former Chelsea manager Ruud Gullit has likened the Blues to golfer Tiger Woods because the Dutchman believes neither are feared like they once were. (Daily Mail)
West Ham forward Michail Antonio, 25, could be set for a move to Championship side Derby County. (Daily Mirror)
Louis van Gaal believes his Manchester United team needs a winger before they can win the Premier League title - and wants to buy one in January. (Manchester Evening News)
Best of social media
Arsenal a one-man team? That is what their own Twitter account appeared to suggest when they tweeted the team for Sunday's derby with Tottenham. Injured England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was named 18 times. (Daily Mail)
After the game at Emirates Stadium, Tottenham scorer Harry Kane's happiness at the 1-1 draw was reflected in a tweet, which read: "Great performance after a tough week! 7 points from the 3 games isn't to bad! Delighted to score as well #COYS".
After Diego Costa suggested Stoke captain Ryan Shawcross smelt during the Potters' win over Chelsea, the defender has responded with his wife tweeting this picture.
Former Swindon striker Jan Aage Fjortoft, now a Sky Germany pundit, has tweeted that Liverpool will make a move for Schalke's 19-year-old forward Leroy Sane: "I expect Liverpool and Klopp go "big time" for Schalke-striker Leroy Sane."
Aston Villa fans welcomed Manchester City's Delph back to Villa Park on Sunday by waving inflatable snakes and hissing as the midfielder replaced Yaya Toure. (Metro)
Chelsea's 33 loan players keep in contact via their own Whatsapp group, Patrick Bamford has revealed. (Evening Standard)