What the papers say Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could face the sack within two weeks, with Manchester United to replace him with Massimiliano Allegri, according to Italian reports. Tuttosport says ex-Juventus boss Allegri is close to signing a deal, and wants to be on his way to Old Trafford within the next fortnight, to give him as much time as possible to turn United’s season around. Reports say Solskjaer will be sacked if United lose to Liverpool on Sunday afternoon. Allegri would be keen on signing Juve’s Croatian striker Mario Mandzukic if he joins United, Tuttosport says.
The next three days will prove pivotal as Boris Johnson hopes to oversee Britain’s departure from the European Union.
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Paul Rudd said the process of playing two versions of himself in a new Netflix comedy was “exhausting”.
The Duke of Cambridge will follow in the footsteps of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, with a visit to the bustling city of Lahore.
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US President Donald Trump and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have traded verbal blows after a fractious meeting at the White House.
Campaigners trying to block Heathrow expansion are set to have their legal challenge over controversial plans for a third runway heard by the Court of Appeal.