Arsenal could try to sign Manchester United midfielder Juan Mata if the 30-year-old Spaniard leaves on a free transfer in the summer. (Daily Star Sunday)
Arsenal defender Laurent Koscielny will be allowed to leave the club in Januay. (Sunday Mirror)
Manchester City are set to beat Tottenham to the signing of Ajax and Netherlands midfielder Frenkie de Jong, 21. (Daily Star Sunday)
DC United's former England striker Wayne Rooney, 33, will turn down any offers to return to the Premier League during the MLS off-season. (Sunday Mirror)
Phil Foden is wanted by Juventus - and a contract issue could see them land Manchester City youngster for just £175,000. (Sunday Mirror)
Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas, 31, has refused to rule a move out to former club Arsenal when his contract runs out at the end of the season. The Spaniard is yet to start a Premier League game for the Blues this season. (Sunday Express)
Manchester United are willing to pay £60m for Leicester City defender Harry Maguire. Jose Mourinho wanted to sign the 25-year-old England centre-back in the summer. (Sun on Sunday)
Everton could make a move for Leicester striker Jamie Vardy if the 31-year-old Englishman remains frustrated at the Foxes. Vardy started Saturday's draw with West Ham on the bench despite declaring himself fit. (Sunday Mirror)
Tottenham will re-open contract talks with midfielder Christian Eriksen. The 26-year-old Denmark international previously wanted to increase his wages from £70,000 a week to £160,000 a week. (Sun on Sunday)
Juventus are keen to bring Paul Pogba back to the club and could make a move for the 25-year-old Manchester United and France midfielder as soon as the January transfer window opens. (Mail on Sunday)
United have ordered Pogba to stop talking about his problems with manager Mourinho and the possibility of leaving Old Trafford. (Sunday Mirror)
West Ham are set to win the race to sign Atlanta United's 24-year-old Paraguay midfielder Miguel Almiron in a £25m deal. (Football.London)
Tom Heaton is willing to quit Burnley for the Championship - with old club Bristol City lining up a shock move. (Sun on Sunday)
Cardiff are checking on Nice winger Alain Saint-Maximin ahead of a January window swoop. (Sun on Sunday)
Crystal Palace head the race for Southend midfielder Dru Yearwood. (Sun on Sunday)
Leeds left-back Tom Pearce is attracting interest from Everton and Bournemouth. (Sun on Sunday)
Napoli have said they will not listen to offers below 90m euros (£80m) for 27-year-old Italy striker Lorenzo Insigne, who has been linked with Liverpool.
(Gazetta dello Sport)
Slavisa Jokanovic insists he can turn Fulham's fortunes around despite seeing them suffer a 3-0 defeat at home to Bournemouth. (Sky Sports)
Arsenal head of football Raul Sanllehi says the club will no longer allow the contracts of key players to enter the final year. (Sunday Telegraph)
Former Gunners boss Arsene Wenger could join AC Milan, where he would link up with former Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis, who starts his new role at the Serie A club this week. Milan manager Gennaro Gattuso accepts his job should be up for debate. (Sunday Express)
Ipswich have announced the appointment of Paul Lambert as their new manager. (Sky Sports)
Former Tottenham midfielder Ossie Ardiles says his fellow Argentine Mauricio Pochettino has had offers to leave the club but does not want to go. (Football.London)
Rafa Benitez has been offered a £10m-a-year escape route from Newcastle by Chinese super-league giants Shanghai SIPG. (Sunday Mirror)
Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte and Juventus coach Max Allegri have been identified as candidates to take over from Jose Mourinho as Manchester United manager next year.
Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has been appointed head coach of the Philippines national team.
The helicopter which belongs to Leicester City owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha has crashed in the vicinity of the King Power Stadium. (Sky Sports)
Les Ferdinand, Mike Rigg and Kevin Thelwell are set to be included on a five-person shortlist to replace Dan Ashworth as the Football Association's technical directo. (Sunday Times)
Burnley goalkeeper Joe Hart, 31, says he will use the season ticket for life offered by former club Manchester City to watch Champions League football whenever he has no match on.
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