A round-up of Tuesday’s biggest transfer stories.
Under-pressure Manchester United manager David Moyes will be handed a £100m transfer war chest in the January transfer window in order to help save the Red Devils’ season.
Full story: The Independent
On-loan midfield player Morgan Amalfitano is set to sign for West Bromwich Albion on a permanent deal for Ligue 1 giants Olympique de Marseile for just £1.7 million.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Kevin De Bruyne may opt to quit Chelsea when the transfer window reopens for business once again for the year in January after being axed from the west London club’s match-day squad for Tuesday night’s Uefa Champions League clash at Steaua Bucharest.
Full story: The Metro
Manchester United owners the Glazer family are understood to share manager David Moyes’s opinion of the current strength of the Premier League champions’ squad and as a result, the Americans are believed to be preparing to invest up to £100m in new players to help the Scot over the coming years.
Full story: The Times
Under-pressure Fulham boss Martin Jol thinks it is now just a matter of time before he is relieved of his duties at Craven Cottage after the west Londoners’ most recent Premier League loss left them in the bottom three of the table.
Full Story: Daily Mirror