Arsenal will have to pay at least £38.5m if they want to sign Sevilla's Morocco striker Youssef En-Nesyri, 24. (Mundo Deportivo)
Tottenham are considering a move for 21-year-old Juventus and Sweden attacking midfielder Dejan Kulusevski. (Sunday Mirror)
Manchester United have joined the chase for Peterborough wonderkid Ronnie Edwards after manager Sir Alex Ferguson told football director John Murtough to sign him. (Sunday Express)
Chelsea are willing to sell 30-year-old France midfielder N'Golo Kante next summer. (Fichajes)
Chelsea are preparing to make a fresh bid for Italy winger Federico Chiesa. The 23-year-old is on loan to Juventus - who have an obligation to buy - from Fiorentina. (Calciomercato)
Chelsea are reportedly willing to splash out £102m to sign Juventus defender Matthijs de Ligt in 2022. (Sunday Express)
Leicester City and Turkey defender Caglar Soyuncu, 25, is on the radar of Real Madrid. (DefensaCentral)
West Ham want to sign Clermont and Guinea striker Mohamed Bayo, 23. (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester United are looking at RB Leipzig and France defender Nordi Mukiele, 23, as a new right-back for the club. (Fichajes)
Manchester City want to sign West Ham and England Under-17 striker Divin Mubama, 16. (Football Insider)
Juventus are prepared to sell Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey, 30, in January - with West Ham, Everton and Newcastle United interested. (Sun on Sunday)
Inter Milan have placed Arsenal and Germany goalkeeper Bernd Leno, 29, on their list of targets.
Steve McClaren will be the first major casualty of the financial cutbacks at Derby County.
(Sun on Sunday)
The Premier League are going to quiz Tottenham Hotspur on why they are not implementing heading limits in training after Nuno Espirito Santo revealed the club are ignoring the guidance. (Mail on Sunday)
Football League chairman Rick Parry says the government must tell the Premier League to give the EFL up to 25 per cent of its revenue - as much as £750m - to bridge the wealth divide to the Championship that led to Derby County's financial meltdown this week. (Sunday Telegraph)
Cristiano Ronaldo wants to hang up his boots at Manchester United when he retires from playing then coach his son in their youth team.
(Sun on Sunday)