Transfer rumours and paper review – Monday, November 28: Inter Milan target Sanchez, West Brom in battle for Liverpool man, Man United to move for Benfica star?

Here are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers…

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has hinted that he will splash the cash to keep Alexis Sanchez at the club. The forward’s current deal ends after next season, and there have been rumours that he could leave the Emirates in the near future. But Wenger is desperate to keep him at the Emirates. (Metro)

Inter Milan, however, are planning to take advantage of Sanchez’s contract impasse at Arsenal. The Italian giants are set to invest €150million in their playing squad and Sanchez is their most high-profile target. (CalcioMercato)

Arsenal aim to send striker Chuba Akpom out on loan in January. Akpom, 21, is making good progress as he closes in on a return after suffering a back injury in September. Now he’s set for another loan spell, with Cardiff, Fulham and Brentford all keen. (Daily Mirror)

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is targeting a move for Benfica centre-back Victor Lindelof in January. The Old Trafford outfit have already contacted the Swedish defender’s representatives and they believe they can close the deal in the January transfer market. (Daily Mail)

Alan Pardew is fighting to save his job as Crystal Palace manager. The Palace co-owners want to see evidence that Pardew is willing to make radical changes to his own approach and to gauge the players’ reaction in training this week before determining whether he still has a future as manager of the ailing London club. (Guardian)

Crystal Palace keeper Steve Mandanda has opened the door for a move to a “bigger” Premier League club – or a return to his former side Marseille. (Daily Mirror)

West Brom are facing a battle with Inter Milan and AC Milan to sign Liverpool defender Mamadou Sakho on loan in January. The France star, 26, has not figured for Liverpool since April. (Daily Mirror)

Antoine Griezmann has admitted he would prefer a move to the Premier League, if he decides to leave Spain. The Atletico Madrid striker insists he has no desire to leave the Calderon, but is a fan of the English top flight. (Daily Mirror)

And here are the latest headlines…​

Gordon Taylor says more than 20 players have made child abuse allegations

Arsenal FC news: Arsene Wenger describes victory over Bournemouth as ‘vital’ in lifting team spirit

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte wants to keep Blues humble after seventh straight win

Philippe Coutinho latest: Liverpool FC midfielder set for ankle scan after suffering injury in win over Sunderland

‘It has been a huge week for us’ – Pep Guardiola delighted after Manchester City come from behind to beat Burnley

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