From the Back Pages, December 30: Zlatan Ibrahimovic angers animal rights groups after shooting moose

From the back pages
From the back pages

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been criticised by animal rights groups in Sweden after reportedly shooting a moose during a hunting trip. (The Guardian)

AN own-goal from ex-Red Jonjo Shelvey condemned Swansea to a 4-1 defeat against Liverpool, with Alberto Moreno, Adam Lallana and Gylfi Sigurdsson also getting on the scoresheet at Anfield. (The Express)

Arsene Wenger will move for West Ham contract rebel Winston Reid next month. (The Mirror)

Alan Pardew is on the verge of returning to Crystal Palace as manager after the club agreed a compensation deal with Newcastle United last night. (The Times)

Jose Mourinho attacked the “scandal” of Cesc Fabregas not being awarded a penalty against Southampton on Sunday night, claiming that the incident was part of a wider “campaign” against his team. (The Independent)

Hull City boss Steve Bruce is interested in replacing Alan Pardew as manager of Newcastle United and would be willing to work with owner Mike Ashley. (Daily Mail)

Striker says his £50m switch to Stamford Bridge - which yielded 20 goals in three years - was a triumph after sealing loan move back to Atlético Madrid. (The Telegraph)