Daily Headlines; Lampard will get time, Haaland to Barcelona, Napoli pursuits Emerson

Chelsea do not have a ready-made succession plan for the replacement of head coach Frank Lampard with the club yet to hit the panic button over their poor run of form. Per Telegraph.

According to Telegraph, Borussia Dortmund have blamed Jadon Sancho’s slump in form this season on his head being turned by Manchester United’s summer pursuit of the England winger.

Schalke are looking to bring Sead Kolasinac back to the club, reports Sky Sports.

According to the Sun, Manchester City are still confident Kevin De Bruyne will sign a new Etihad deal – despite a hitch in negotiations.

Chelsea are ready to move for Thomas Tuchel if boss Frank Lampard fails to turn things around. Per Sun.

Brandon Williams, Sergio Romero, and Jesse Lingard are among six fringe players Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to depart Manchester United in January. Per Mail.

Andres Reyes will not return to Inter Miami as his loan expires this winter, reports El Deportivo

Arsenal are aiming to land Real Madrid midfielder Isco on a short-term loan in January, reports The Telegraph.

Erling Haaland will become a Barcelona player if Emili Rousaud wins the club’s presidential elections, according to the candidate’s advisor.

John Aldridge says that Liverpool must complete a deal for a centre-back in January if they hope to contend for a second consecutive Premier League crown.

Free agent midfielder Jack Wilshere is aiming for a move to Major League Soccer, reports The Times.

Getafe president Angel Torres has confirmed the club’s interest in Barcelona midfielder Carles Alena and Real Madrid winger Takefusa Kubo.

Napoli are working on a loan deal for Chelsea full-back Emerson Palmieri – according to Corriere Dello Sport.

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