Arsenal and France centre-back Laurent Koscielny, 33, is a target for Barcelona, as is Chelsea's Brazil defender David Luiz, 31. (Mundo Deportivo)
Wolves, Crystal Palace and Southampton are all interested in Leeds forward Kemar Roofe, 25. (Birmingham Mail)
Barcelona have reopened talks with the representatives of Chelsea and Brazil winger Willian, 30, after the Blues rejected three offers over the summer. (La Sexta)
Burnley remain interested in signing West Brom's Jay Rodriguez in the January transfer window. (Sky Sports)
Everton want to sign Aaron Wan-Bissaka as a replacement for Seamus Coleman, and Crystal Palace could be tempted to sell if the Toffees include Ademola Lookman as part of the deal. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea target Joao Felix, 18, has been offered a new contract by Benfica. The Portugal Under-21 midfielder's new deal would include a £105m buyout clause. (Daily Mirror)
Liverpool and Senegal winger Sadio Mane, 26, has dismissed concerns about his contract situation, insisting he is "happy" at Anfield.
David Wagner has received assurances from the Huddersfield board that he will not be sacked, even if they are relegated. (Daily Mail)
Gordon Strachan is among the favourites to replace Mark Hughes at Southampton if the Welshman gets sacked. (Daily Record)
Brighton supremo Paul Barber is the favourite to succeed Martin Glenn as chief executive of the FA after being headhunted for the role. (Sun)
Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti believes Paris St-Germain's Brazil forward Neymar and France striker Kylian Mbappe can be the "successors" to Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo and Barcelona counterpart Lionel Messi as the best two players in the world.
Wayne Rooney will come out of international retirement to make a one-off return to the England team when they play the USA on November 15. (Sky Sports)
England's record cap-holder Peter Shilton has slammed the decision to award Wayne Rooney with an England farewell, accusing the FA of 'giving caps away'.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United are likely to face legal action from the remaining Premier League clubs if they are to join the proposed European Super League in 2021. (iNews)
Didier Drogba is celebrating yet another title at the age of 40 after helping Phoenix Rising win the USL Western Conference. (Sky Sports)
The operators of sports stadiums will need to have a plan in place to protect fans in the event of a terrorist attack inside or outside the ground in order to receive a licence in the future. (Times)
The Football Association will decide on Monday whether to open an investigation into Stoke City midfielder James McClean's comments criticising fans after he was abused over his refusal to wear a remembrance poppy. (Times)
LA Galaxy's former Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 37, could return to AC Milan on a six-month deal. (Tuttosport)
Former Crystal Palace and Everton manager Sam Allardyce says his grandchildren were abused in the wake of his sacking as England manager in 2016. (Talksport)
Juventus and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo says he misses playing alongside former Manchester United team-mate Wayne Rooney. Rooney has just finished his first MLS season with DC United. (Daily Express)
Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah has been immortalised in a new statue in Egypt. (Liverpool Echo)
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is considering dropping Switzerland winger Xherdan Shaqiri for the Champions League tie with Red Star Belgrade this week. Shaqiri has previously received a hostile reaction from Serbian fans because of his Kosovan heritage. (Daily Telegraph)
A West Ham fan has set up a crowdfunding page to pay for Republic of Ireland defender Declan Rice's new contract. The 19-year-old reportedly wants a deal worth close to £40,000 a week. (Sun)
Former Premier League referee Mark Halsey believes criticism towards Lee Probert over his decision to book Leicester's Demarai Gray on Saturday is unfair and he blames the game's refereeing body PGMOL instead.