Fulham are still hopeful of signing Real Madrid defender Theo Hernandez on loan, although the player is understood to prefer a move to Real Sociedad. (Daily Mirror)
Calum Chambers is expected for a medical at Fulham on Monday after Arsenal agreed to let him move on loan to Craven Cottage. (Daily Mail)
Fulham have made an approach for Dedryck Boyata, the Celtic defender who spent six years at Manchester City. (Times)
Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey's deal with the club has one year left and his representatives have denied the 27-year-old has asked for £300,000-a-week in negotiations over a new contract. (Daily Express)
Spanish striker Lucas Perez, 29, wants to stay at Arsenal and fight for his first-team place despite interest from Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon. (Independent)
Arsenal boss Unai Emery is considering a late swoop for AC Milan left-back Ricardo Rodrigue. (Daily Mail)
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino is interested in Celta Vigo midfielder Stanislav Lobotka, who has a £31m release clause in his contract. (Daily Mirror)
Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele has rejected a £20m move to Inter Milan. (Daily Mail)
Tottenham have inquired about Celta Vigo's defensive midfielder Stanislav Lobotka. (Times)
Everton have reached an agreement with Barcelona to sign Colombia defender Yerry Mina, 23, for £28.5m on a five-year deal. (Sport)
Everton have told Manchester United they will take 28-year-old England centre-back Chris Smalling or Sweden defender Victor Lindelof, 24, if the two clubs cannot agree a deal for Argentina defender Marcos Rojo, 28. (Teamtalk)
Manchester United are preparing to make a bid for Leicester centre-back Harry Maguire, 25, and know they will have to pay a world record fee for the England international. (Sky Sports)
Meanwhile, Manchester United have made contact with Bayern Munich to sign 29-year-old Germany defender Jerome Boateng, who is valued at £44.5m. (Bild)
Chelsea are favourites to sign £75m-rated Crystal Palace and Ivory Coast winger Wilfried Zaha, 25, after Tottenham pulled out. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has suggested 26-year-old keeper Thibaut Courtois, who has been linked with Real Madrid, will be sold if he wants to leave the club. (Times)
Leicester have had a £10m bid rejected for Brentford defender Chris Mepham, 20, with Bournemouth also interested in the Wales international. (Daily Mail)
Wolves are willing to pay Middlesbrough £22m in instalments for Spanish winger Adama Traore, 22, instead of a full, up-front payment of £18m. (Sun)
Crystal Palace are in talks to sign Red Bull Salzburg's Israel striker Munas Dabbur, 26. (Daily Mail)
Brighton are tracking highly-rated Denmark winger Anders Dreyer, who has been earning rave reviews playing for Esbjerg. (Sun)
West Ham have ended their pursuit of Porto winger Yacine Brahimi, 28, after failing to agree personal terms with the Algeria international. (Sky Sports)
Adama Traore will have a medical at Wolves on Monday ahead of a club-record transfer from Middlesbrough. (Sky Sports)
West Ham have made a £10m offer for Le Havre's 20-year-old French centre-back Harold Moukoudi. (Daily Mail)
Juventus want £18m for 25-year-old Italian midfielder Stefano Sturaro, who has been linked with a move to West Ham, Newcastle and Leicester. (Calciomercato)
Real Madrid have been told to pay the £107m release clause if they want to sign Valencia and Spain forward Rodrigo, 27. (Marca)
Championship sides Aston Villa and Leeds both want to sign 25-year-old Northern Ireland midfielder George Saville from Millwall. (Daily Mail)
Aston Villa are close to signing Manchester United's England youth defender Axel Tuanzebe, 20, on a season-long loan deal.
Mark Hughes admits goalkeeper Fraser Forster needs to leave Southampton. (Sun)
Steve Bruce believes it is time for Aston Villa to rebuild themselves and challenge for promotion after the arrival of the club's new owners. (Sky Sports)
Stoke boss Gary Rowett has admitted that the 3-1 defeat to Leeds will serve as a "real eye opener" for his squad.
Burnley’s Ashley Barnes is expected to be named in the Austria squad for the first time next month. (Sky Sports)
Germany striker Mario Gomez has announced his retirement from international football.
Former referees' chief Keith Hackett says it is a "huge mistake" that VAR will not be used in the Premier League this season. (Daily Telegraph)
Former Manchester United chief executive Peter Kenyon has urged Jose Mourinho and Ed Woodward to put their heads together and bring the good times back to Old Trafford.