The Observer reports that Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks is set to start for England against Spain on Monday.
With Jordan Henderson suspended for the Nations League game in Seville, Spurs youngster Winks is being tipped to earn his second cap.
Winks has completed a full 90 minutes only three times since undergoing surgery on an ankle problem in May.
Meanwhile, the Sunday Express say Luke Shaw is set to sign a new contract at Manchester United, apparently ending Tottenham’s supposed hopes of signing him.
The newspaper also claims it will “leave Chelsea to scrap for Alex Sandro”, the Juventus left-back, who has been linked United as well as the Blues.
Manchester United continue to be linked with Aaron Ramsey.
The midfielder is expected to be sold in January or leave Arsenal on a free transfer next summer after contract talks with the club were scrapped.
Ramsey, whose current Gunners deal expires at the end of the season, has been linked with various clubs.
The Sunday Mirror claim United are planning a move for Ramsey, having apparently failed with two previous attempts to sign him.
The other clubs to be linked with Ramsey include Juventus.
The Sunday Express claim he will only have a chance of “a dream move” to the Italian club if they miss out on Paris St-Germain’s Adrien Rabiot.
The Sunday Mirror say Arsenal want Rennes winger Ismaila Sarr and Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz.
The Mail on Sunday say Ruben Loftus-Cheek will ask to leave Chelsea on loan in January and that as well as Crystal Palace there could be interest from Everton – and apparently Arsenal if they sell Ramsey.
Former Chelsea man Bolo Zenden believes Eden Hazard needs to leave Stamford Bridge and move to Real Madrid or Barcelona in order to be considered the world’s best player, the Sunday Mirror reports.
The Sunday Mirror also say Chelsea have offered N’Golo Kante a new contract in order to ward of interest in the midfielder from Paris St-Germain.
And Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri wants Genoa’s Poland striker Krzysztof Piatek, the Sunday Express reckon.