Tottenham, Liverpool and Chelsea are among a host of clubs monitoring Lille's 20-year-old Nigerian striker Victor Osimhen. (Sky Sports)
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy says the club are not "scared" of selling Danish playmaker Christian Eriksen, 27, to a domestic rival in January. (London Evening Standard)
Spurs will provide boss Jose Mourinho with transfer funds but the Portuguese is not expected to spend big in January, with West Brom defender Nathan Ferguson and Norwich right-back Max Aarons, both 19, among the targets. (Daily Mail)
Liverpool are set to snub a January swoop for German RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner, 23, after agreeing a deal to sign Japanese Red Bull Salzburg forward Takumi Minamino, 24. (Daily Star)
German winger Leroy Sane, 23, wants a move to Bayern Munich and is contemplating leaving Manchester City in January. (Bild)
Manchester United captain Ashley Young could leave Old Trafford as early as next month. (Daily Mail)
Juventus are set to keep hold of Turkish defender Merih Demiral, 21, amid interest from multiple Premier League clubs as well as AC Milan. (Calciomercato)
Spanish midfielder Marcos Llorente, 24, is wanted by clubs this January but Atletico Madrid do not want to sell him. (AS)
Liverpool are keeping tabs on Toulouse's French left-back Mathieu Goncalves, 18. (L'Equipe)
Rangers target Mostafa Mohamed has been the subject of two offers from European clubs, but Zamalek want £5m to secure the 22-year-old Egyptian's services. (Daily Record)
Speculation surrounding 29-year-old Welsh midfielder Joe Allen's future at Stoke is expected to intensify as the January window approaches. (Wales Online)
Mikel Arteta would make Sevilla midfielder Antonio Zarzana, 17, his first signing if he becomes Arsenal boss. (Estadio Deportivo)
Aston Villa are in danger of becoming the first Premier League club to breach Financial Fair Play rules and may need to sell to ensure they comply with regulations this season.
Paris St-Germain will line up a move to bring Pep Guardiola to the Parc des Princes to replace Thomas Tuchel. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City are demanding £1m from Arsenal to release assistant Mikel Arteta from his contract, with the Gunners wanting to name their former Spanish midfielder as their new manager. (Daily Mail)
Southampton are determined to stick with Ralph Hasenhuttl, who has received a ringing endorsement ahead of the club's huge basement battle against Aston Villa. (Daily Mail)
Carlo Ancelotti is set to be named Everton manager after signing an £11.5m-a-year deal. (Daily Mirror)
The Italian, 60, will start work as Toffees boss on Monday.
Arsenal are hoping Mikel Arteta's imminent arrival as manager will persuade skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to sign a new contract. (Sun)
Daniel Levy has set a world record £25m-a-year naming-rights price on Tottenham Hotspur's £1bn stadium, for which he has so far failed to find a buyer. (Daily Telegraph)
The Abu Dhabi consortium set to take over at Charlton Athletic was questioned by the English Football League over the extent of its links with the owners of Manchester City. (Daily Telegraph)
Bury supporters have applied for a phoenix club to join the bottom of the football league pyramid after they were kicked out of the EFL earlier this year. (Sun)
James Chester admits fearing he may never play for Aston Villa again following 11 months on the sidelines. (Daily Mirror)
Barcelona right-back Nelson Semedo's house was burgled as he prepared for Wednesday's El Clasico.