Klopp under fire on Sunday World back page
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been slammed by Belgian national team manager Marc Wilmots for putting Christian Benteke's career under threat.
Wilmots suggests Benteke has had his confidence eroded by Klopp in his first season at Anfield, which is likely to have a knock on effect on Belgium's hopes of glory at next summer's Euro 2016 finals.
The Sunday World back page honours are shared by images of a joyous Klopp after his side's remarkable 5-4 win against Norwich, with full coverage of the nine-goal thriller inside our sports pull-out.
Liverpool goal scoring great John Aldridge offers up his cutting view on the Norwich goal fest, as he suggests one big name star man be set for the chopping block as Klopp looks to reshape his side ahead of next season.
The future of Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is back on the agenda after his side's latest horror show saw them lose to Southampton, with jeers ringing out at Old Trafford at the final whistle.
Kevin Palmer looks into how Roman Abramovich can rebuild his shattered Chelsea empire as we offer up extensive previews of the fallen Premier League champions trip to Arsenal on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Roy Curtis suggesting the time has come for Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to be a Premier League champion all over again.
With the best GAA and rugby coverage, along with a comprehensive racing guide, you will not want to miss this week's Sunday World.