Transfer gossip and paper review: Everton make Dyche top target, McCoist for Sunderland?

Here are the top transfer-related stories in Thursday's newspapers…

Sean Dyche is in line to become Everton’s new manager – and it could happen by Monday. Goodison chief Farhad Moshiri is now convinced the Burnley boss is the right man to succeed sacked Ronald Koeman. (The Sun)

Antonio Conte has the backing of his Chelsea bosses despite the Halloween Horror in Rome. Conte’s stock at Stamford Bridge remains high, with sympathy upstairs for the injuries and setbacks that have played havoc with the club’s campaign. (Daily Mirror)

Ally McCoist has emerged as a shock contender to take charge of crisis-torn Sunderland. (Daily Star)

Arsenal are planning a sensational swoop for Chelsea youngster Charly Musonda. (The Sun)

Arsene Wenger says he “ideally” wants to keep Jack Wilshere and a set a December deadline to get his future resolved. Midfielder Wilshere's contract is up next summer and his prospects appeared uncertain at the start of the season following his return from a loan spell at Bournemouth last term. (Daily Mirror)

Tottenham are leading the race to sign Scotland and Celtic sensation Kieran Tierney ahead of Arsenal and Chelsea. (Daily Star)

And here are the latest talkSPORT.com headlines…​

'Chelsea selling Nemanja Matic was the biggest act of lunacy I’ve seen in football,' says Ray Wilkin

Chelsea transfer report: Inter Milan considering January bid for Blues defender Andreas Christense

Liverpool target Stefan de Vrij’s agent in Italy to discuss new Lazio contract – reports

Arsenal preparing bold bid for Barcelona goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen – report

Former Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen expected to join Inter Milan on loan

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