Fulham's Serbia striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, 27, has been lined up for a dream move to Juventus. (Sun)
Mikel Arteta has denied Arsenal are willing to listen to offers for 26-year-old Ivory Coast winger Nicolas Pepe in January. (Metro)
Newcastle United are leading the chase to sign France winger Ousmane Dembele, with Manchester United also interested in the 24-year-old whose contract with Barcelona runs out next summer. (Mundo Deportivo)
Barcelona are desperate for attacking reinforcements in January and are considering moves for Manchester United's 28-year-old England attacking midfielder Jesse Lingard and 34-year-old Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani. (Sun)
Manchester United are ready to launch a January move to tempt Vinicius Junior away from Real Madrid, but a deal could cost them more than £100m, according to reports in Spain. (Daily Mirror)
Leeds United and England midfielder Kalvin Phillips, 25, will reject a move to rivals Manchester United next summer to remain at Elland Road. (Daily Star)
Manchester City's Ferran Torres is a target for Barcelona and the Nou Camp club have agreed a deal with the 21-year-old Spain forward but have yet to come to an arrangement with the Premier League club. (Marca)
City are also said to have made contact with Real Madrid and France striker Karim Benzema, 33. (Daily Mirror)
Juventus are hoping Liverpool's upcoming international call ups will tempt them into making a January offer for Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey. (Sun)
Aston Villa will prioritise signing a centre-back and defensive midfielder in January as manager Steven Gerrard looks to strengthen his side. (Football Insider)
English midfielder Carney Chukwuemeka, 18, will not sign a new contract at Aston Villa, putting the Premier League's biggest clubs on alert, including Manchester City, Manchester United and Liverpool.
Tottenham boss Antonio Conte, whose side suffered an embarrassing loss to NS Mura in the Europa Conference League, says he is making "evaluations" about his players before speaking with the club. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United will turn to Ajax coach Erik ten Hag in the summer if they fail to lure Mauricio Pochettino from Paris St-Germain. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United are close to appointing Ralf Rangnick as interim manager until the end of the season and the German will be involved in the process of choosing his permanent successor at Old Trafford. (Daily Star)
Derby's administrators Quantuma are resisting the temptation to save money by cutting Wayne Rooney's salary as they regard the manager as the club's biggest asset in their attempts to find a buyer.
Scotland and Wales could face off for a place at next year's World Cup should they defeat Ukraine and Austria in their respective play-off semi-finals.
Czech billionaire Daniel Kretinsky has signed a deal that could open the door to a full takeover of West Ham.