Sunderland set to sack Moyes, as Crystal Palace target Ivanovic

Branislav Ivanovic is a target for Crystal Palace

David Moyes faces the sack if he fails to get his first Premier League win as Sunderland manager at Bournemouth on Saturday, when he will be serving a touchline ban. (Mirror)

Chelsea’s 32-year-old right-back Branislav Ivanovic is a target for Crystal Palace. (Mirror)

Ivanovic has vowed to stay at Chelsea and fight for his place. (Sun)

A Spanish report alleges Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez, 27, has been accused of tax evasion, after failing to pay tax on 983,443 euros (£888,246) during his time with Barcelona. (El Periodico – in Spanish)

Liverpool, Chelsea and West Brom are interested in signing Schalke’s 23-year-old left-back Sead Kolasinac, a Bosnia international. (Bild – in German)

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho could have his one-game touchline ban doubled if he contests a Football Association charge for verbally abusing referee Mark Clattenburg. (Independent)

United are concerned their 19-year-old striker Marcus Rashford is suffering from fatigue. (Sun)

Chelsea want to loan out midfielder Cesc Fabregas, 29, in January. (Times – subscription required)

Stoke’s 30-year-old midfielder Charlie Adam is “desperate” to return to Gordon Strachan’s Scotland squad, having been overlooked for much of his time in charge. (Talksport)

Manchester City have been scouting Palmeiras’ 22-year-old defender Yerry Mina, but Barcelona have first option on the Colombian. (Daily Mail)

West Ham will widen the segregation between home and away fans at London Stadium on Saturday, when they host Stoke City, in a bid to prevent further crowd trouble. (Daily Mail)

Staff blamed burned chips after Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium was evacuated before Tuesday’s Champions League win over Barcelona. (Manchester Evening News)

Everton winger Yannick Bolasie says he and striker Romelu Lukaku speak in Lingala, a language of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, so opposition players cannot understand what they say.(Liverpool Echo)

Former England and Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard, 36, will have played the last match of his career if his LA Galaxy side are knocked out of the MLS play-offs on Sunday. (Independent)

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