Arsenal hope that Takehiro Tomiyasu's positive start to life at the Emirates will help them in their efforts to sign another player from Bologna - Sweden midfielder Mattias Svanberg. (Daily Star)
Tottenham are interested in Club Bruges' Belgium forward Charles de Ketelaere but face competition from AC Milan for the 20-year-old's signature. (Calciomercato)
Barcelona are keen on Chelsea's Germany forward Timo Werner, 25, and could make a move to sign the former RB Leipzig player on loan in January. Werner has started just four Premier League games this season. (Marca)
Manchester City will resist any approach from Barcelona to sign Raheem Sterling, 26, in January. Barca have been linked with a move for the England forward, who has started just three Premier League games this season. (ESPN)
Sterling would be open to a loan move to the Nou Camp provided he remains a bit-part player at City. (Times)
City are also prepared to test Tottenham's resolve in January by reviving their interest in England striker Harry Kane having failed to lure the 28-year-old to Etihad Stadium in the summer. (ESPN)
Chelsea's Morocco winger Hakim Ziyech, 28, could join Borussia Dortmund in January, 18 months after joining Blues from Ajax for £33m. (Daily Mirror)
Hakim Ziyech wants to quit Chelsea in January, with reports in Germany hinting that Borussia Dortmund want to bring the winger to the Bundesliga. (Daily Express)
Sevilla are determined to keep France defender Jules Kounde, 23, until next summer despite interest from Manchester United. (Marca)
Wolves' Spanish winger Adama Traore, 25, is wanted by Valencia. (Sun)
Portugal full-back Diogo Dalot hopes to stay at Manchester United despite interest from Roma, who are managed by Jose Mourinho, the coach that brought the 22-year-old to Old Trafford in 2018. (Caught Offside)
England keeper Dean Henderson, 24, is looking to leave Manchester United after losing the number one shirt to David de Gea. Henderson has made just one start for the Red Devils this season.
Steve Morison has been appointed manager of Championship club Cardiff on a deal until the end of the 2021/22 season. (Sky Sports)
Dean Smith, sacked by Aston Villa last Sunday, is set to make a quick return to management with struggling Norwich City after Frank Lampard dropped out of the running. (Sun)
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers leads a four-man shortlist to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United. (Daily Mail)
Amanda Staveley is set to hand new Newcastle boss Eddie Howe a £200m transfer war chest to spend over the next three years without breaching Financial Fair Play regulations. (Daily Mail)
Rangers will open talks with Giovanni van Bronckhorst about their managerial vacancy on Saturday. (Scottish Sun)
Former Rangers and Italy midfielder Gennaro Gattuso, 43, has unfinished business at Ibrox amid links with replacing Steven Gerrard as manager. (Times)
Paulo Fonseca has not given up on his dream of managing in the Premier League despite the 48-year-old Portuguese coach missing out on the Tottenham and Newcastle jobs. (Sun)
Former Aston Villa striker Dwight Yorke, 50, says he did not receive a response when he contacted his former club about the managerial role before Steven Gerrard's appointment.
England thrashed Albania 5-0 with the help of Harry Kane's hat-trick and need just a point against San Marino to reach the Qatar World Cup. (Sky Sports)
England boss Gareth Southgate is close to signing a contract extension, worth around £5m a year, that will see the 51-year-old lead the Three Lions to the end of Euro 2024. (Daily Telegraph)
Goals from Nathan Patterson and Che Adams saw Scotland beat Moldova 2-0 to earn Steve Clarke's side a place in the play-offs for the 2022 World Cup. (Sky Sports)
Northern Ireland claimed their first competitive home win since March 2019 with a 1-0 victory over Lithuania in World Cup qualifying Group C.
Football refs are using an online tracker to make sure they get home safely after being abused at matches. (Sun)
The Football Association is braced for a 20 per cent reduction in income from overseas TV rights for FA Cup games because of the pandemic and the collapse of the rights market in China. (Times)
Paris Saint-Germain are reported to be spending an eye-popping £256m a year on wages.