Transfer rumours and paper review – Sunday 29 October: Sanchez to Man City update and Coutinho to Barcelona latest

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A round-up of the latest transfer rumours for Sunday.

Man City are set to make Kevin de Bruyne the highest paid player in their history with a new contract worth £250,000 a week. (Daily Star Sunday)

City will wait until the summer to sign Alexis Sanchez when he will be free rather than buy him in January. (Sunday Mirror)

However, Everton's major shareholder, Farhad Moshiri, wants to make a £30m move for Sanchez in January. (Sun on Sunday)

Everton chairman and Toffees fan, Bill Kenwright, would like David Unsworth to be given an extended run in charge of the side, but Moshiri would prefer a bigger name to replace Ronald Koeman. (Sunday Mirror)

Sam Allardyce is one name being tipped to take over at Goodison. (Sun on Sunday)

Barcelona believe they can sign Philippe Coutinho for £132m in the January transfer window with a down payment of £75m. (Sunday Express)

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been told by the club’s board he will be allowed to re-invest the entire fee from the sale of Coutinho. (Sunday Mirror)

Crystal Palace are interested in signing Besiktas' 26-year-old Turkey striker Cenk Tosun, who is valued at £20m. (Mail on Sunday)

David de Gea is still waiting to hear from Man United about contract talks. (Daily Star Sunday)

Jose Mourinho is "worried" about Marouane Fellaini's contract situation. The Belgium midfielder's deal expires at the end of the season. (Sky Sports)

Mourinho is keen to sign right-back Thomas Meunier, 26 from PSG. (Sunday Express)

Javier Mascherano, 33, is set to leave Barcelona at the end of the season and has plans to play MLS in America. (Sport)

Robert Pires believes Arsenal have blown their chances of signing Thomas Lemar (Sun on Sunday)

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