Juventus are interested in Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. The Serie A side are looking to take the 32-year-old striker on loan, with the view to signing him permanently in June. (Tuttosport)
Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho looks set to stay at Manchester City in January, with Atletico Mineiro's hopes of landing the 36-year-old fading. (Sport Witness)
Fiorentina's 21-year-old Serbia striker Dusan Vlahovic, who has been linked with the likes of Manchester City, Arsenal and Newcastle, has rejected the club's latest contract offer. (Fabrizio Romano on Twitter)
Atletico Madrid will let England defender Kieran Trippier, 31, move to Newcastle for £15m if they can sign a replacement. (Daily Mail)
Aston Villa have submitted a proposal to Liverpool to sign centre-back Joe Gomez, according to reports. (Daily Express)
Barcelona have offered Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 29, to both Tottenham and Newcastle. (Goal)
Newcastle will also test Everton's resolve for keeping unhappy French full-back Lucas Digne, 28. (CaughtOffside)
Newcastle United are plotting a sensational loan move for Manchester United striker Anthony Martial as they look to ease relegation worries. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea have set their sights on a deal to sign Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves, 24, from Wolves. (TodoFichajes)
Paul Pogba has played his final match for Manchester United and will leave the club in January. Real Madrid have been linked with the France midfielder, 28, who is out of contract in June. (Football Insider)
Matthijs de Ligt's agent, Mino Raiola, says the Netherlands defender, 22, is ready to leave Juventus for the next step in his career.
FIFA are ready to block UEFA's proposals to launch an expanded Nations League also featuring South American countries as their battle for control of the international calendar intensifies.
Manchester City are set to reward Bernardo Silva's fine start to the season with a new contract, doubling the 27-year-old Portugal midfielder's wages. (Sun)
Manchester United fans will get to use safe standing in the away section first at Old Trafford after Burnley failed to take their full allocation for their December 30 Premier League clash. (Daily Mail)
The EFL could be forced to stage the Carabao Cup semi-finals over one leg instead of two if this week's quarter-finals fall victim to the deepening coronavirus crisis that has engulfed the game.