Romelu Lukaku set to leave Chelsea on permanent basis with Roma keen on Tammy Abraham swap – Paper Talk

All the top stories and transfer rumors from Monday’s papers…


Romelu Lukaku looks set to leave Chelsea permanently next summer, with Roma keen to secure him on a free transfer fee by offering Tammy Abraham a swap.

Tyson Fury could be forced to wait until February for his undisputed fight with Oleksandr Usyk after surviving a huge scare against Francis Ngannou.

Arsene Wenger believes Mikel Arteta’s plan to have two first-choice goalkeepers in his Arsenal squad is “not working”.

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta

Ajax have now lost five Eredivisie matches in a row for the first time in history after being humiliated at rivals PSV Eindhoven, leaving them bottom of the table.

Mikel Arteta prepared to sign ‘another David Raya’ as Arsenal transfer plans emerge.


Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk officially kicks off on December 23, while Gypsy King aims for a new date after Francis Ngannou flops.

Vinicius Jr. calls Jude Bellingham the new Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid… but statistics show that the English prodigy is even better.

Jude Bellingham celebrates after Real Madrid's equalizer against Barcelona

Lewis Hamilton says he feels Sergio Perez has been put in a “difficult environment” because he does not have the full support of everyone in his team.


Daniel Ricciardo has put more pressure on Sergio Perez for the second Red Bull seat after scoring his first points since returning to Formula 1 with seventh place at the Mexican Grand Prix.

NEC Nijmegen striker Bas Dost says he is ‘doing well’ after collapsing during the Eredivisie match, as he thanks fans and teammates for their support from hospital.


Police are investigating the death of the Nottingham Panthers ice hockey player after his throat was slit by the opponent’s knife.


Tommy Fury’s next fight may have been agreed with boxing legend Roy Jones Jr, who is 30 years his senior, after their paths crossed in Saudi Arabia.


Masked man Danilo insists he has put injury fears behind him after declaring Rangers winners over Hearts.


Greg Taylor plays down the Celtic ‘injustice’ story, but makes an honest assessment of the nightmare.