Bayern Munich could rival Real Madrid for Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen and make a move for the 27-year-old Denmark international in January. (Sport1)
Aston Villa are considering a January transfer swoop for Eric Dier, according to the bookmakers. (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester United are expected to have up to £300m to spend over the next two summers but former captain Bryan Robson says it was a mistake to lose big names including Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku, 26, and Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez, 30, without replacing them. (Daily Star on Sunday)
Newcastle are monitoring QPR's Republic of Ireland midfielder Ryan Manning, 23. (Football Insider)
Newcastle have reportedly joined Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal in the race to sign £17m-rated Trabzonspor goalkeeper Ugurcan Cakir. (Sun on Sunday)
Liverpool are targeting Leeds' on-loan Brighton star Ben White in a £20m deal to replace Dejan Lovren, according to reports. (Sun on Sunday)
Wolves have been linked with Galatasaray's Congo defender Christian Luyindama, 25 - a former transfer target of Aston Villa. (Birmingham Mail)
Newcastle plan to support Steve Bruce in the January transfer window, with recruitment planning already under way at St James' Park.
Former Bolton boss Phil Parkinson is in pole position to become the new Sunderland manager. (Daily Star on Sunday)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants Manchester United to use a Spanish consultancy service to help with the club's recruitment drive. (Mail on Sunday)
Mel Morris is holding out for a stunning £60m before he sells Derby, having already received a £50m offer from an American consortium. (Sun on Sunday)
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Edwin van der Sar, currently chief executive at Ajax, has revealed that would like to one day return to Old Trafford - if he gets the same role with the Red Devils. (Sunday Mirror)
Jose Mourinho 'never wanted Fred' at Manchester United and only accepted the £52m midfielder out of fear the club would not sign anyone else. (Mail on Sunday)
Southampton recruitment chief Ross Wilson has agreed to join Rangers as their new director of football.
(Sun on Sunday)
Harry Maguire says England's defeat vs Czech Republic could have been down to a number of players heading into the international break in poor club form. (Sky Sports)
Wales can hurt Croatia in their crucial Euro Qualifier, says Ryan Giggs, while Gareth Bale says this is another huge moment for the nation. (Sky Sports)
Steve Clarke has urged his Scotland side not to dwell on their 4-0 defeat to Russia but to instead learn the harsh lessons as they prepare to face San Marino. (Sky Sports)
Republic of Ireland remain unbeaten in Group D after being held to a 0-0 draw in Georgia - a result which leaves Euro 2020 qualification in their sights. (Sky Sports)
Former England boss Sven-Goran Eriksson says he still struggles to deal with the part the media played in his dismissal from the national team.
(Sunday Times )
Manchester City's Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho, 34, out of contract at the end of the season, is in line for a new 12-month deal. (Sun on Sunday)
West Ham's Polish goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, 34, is expected to be sidelined for three months after having surgery on his hip injury. (London Evening Standard)
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard has revealed that on-loan former England striker Jermain Defoe, 37, could be given a player-coach role at Ibrox next term. (Daily Record)
West Ham have ruled out selling naming rights for the London Stadium to "inappropriate" alcohol, gambling and tobacco companies despite £25m a year losses.
(Mail on Sunday)