Arsenal have renewed their interest in Barcelona and Brazil attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 28. (Sport)
Atletico Madrid are aiming to sign Arsenal's Uruguay midfielder Lucas Torreira, 23. (Mundo Deportivo)
Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny could be set to leave the club, despite starting two of the Gunners' three competitive fixtures so far this season. (Daily Star)
Brazil left-back Alex Telles, 27, wants to leave Porto for Manchester United, who are trying to drive down the £36.6m asking price. (Daily Telegraph)
Liverpool are looking to use forward Sadio Mane to persuade fellow Senegal international Kalidou Koulibaly to join from Napoli, despite Manchester City and Paris St-Germain being interested in the 29-year-old defender. (Sun)
PSG are interested in taking Chelsea's Germany defender Antonio Rudiger, 27, on a season-long loan. (Daily Mail)
Roma are expected to make a second bid for Manchester United's 30-year-old England centre-back Chris Smalling, who the Serie A side had on loan last season. (Guardian)
Manchester City defender Nicolas Otamendi is attracting interest from Porto and Inter Milan but the 32-year-old could yet be pushed into negotiations with Sevilla for Jules Kounde. (Daily Mail)
West Ham are ready to compete with Manchester United for Swansea City's Wales centre-back Joe Rodon, 22. (Guardian)
Aston Villa are keen to bring in England and Chelsea midfield duo Ruben Loftus-Cheek, 24, and Ross Barkley, 26, on loan, but can only choose one because of Premier League rules. (Daily Mail)
West Ham have made a bid worth up to £33m for Saint-Etienne's 19-year-old French centre-back Wesley Fofana, who has also attracted interest from Leicester City. (Sky Sports)
Diego Llorente is undergoing a medical with Leeds ahead of his move from Real Sociedad. (Sky Sports)
Burnley are in talks with Liverpool over a move for the Reds' Wales winger Harry Wilson, 23. (Independent)
Lazio have reached an agreement with Southampton for Dutch defender Wesley Hoedt, 26, to return to the Italian club on loan. (Sky Sport Italia)
Wolves have completed the signing of right-back Nelson Semedo from Barcelona in a deal worth nearly £37m, including potential add-ons. (Sky Sports)
Former Italy forward Francesco Totti is set to return to Roma as their new sporting director. (Corriere dello Sport)
Barcelona and Bayern Munich have made offers for Ajax's United States right-back Sergino Dest, 19. (Marca)
Bayern have contacted Mario Gotze about rejoining the club. The German forward, 28, is a free agent after leaving Borussia Dortmund at the end of last season. (Sport Bild)
Atletico Madrid's Colombian right-back Santiago Arias, 28, has arrived in Germany to have a medical with Bayer Leverkusen. (Marca)
Atletico Madrid will only sign Uruguay forward Edinson Cavani, 33, from Paris St-Germain, if they can offload Spain striker Diego Costa, 31.
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has admitted it is hard for outcast Mesut Ozil to barge his way into his plans at present. (Daily Star)
David Moyes will manage West Ham's match against Wolves remotely if he receives confirmation that he must continue to self-isolate. (Daily Telegraph)
West Brom head coach Slaven Bilic has been fined £8,000 after admitting to an FA charge of improper conduct. (Sky Sports)
Two of Steve Bruce's senior Newcastle United medical staff have been stood down from their roles amid an internal investigation.
Premier League clubs could be facing an international Covid-19 row after the global players' union raised fears over next month's opening South American World Cup qualifiers. (Sun)
Frank de Boer, who won 112 caps and played at two World Cups for the Netherlands, has been appointed his country's national team coach.
American sports investment company ALK Capital LLC is in talks to purchase Premier League club Burnley, sources with knowledge of the negotiations have told Reuters. (Sky Sports)
Leicester midfielder Wilfred Ndidi could be out for up to 12 weeks, manager Brendan Rodgers has announced. (Sky Sports)
Premier League clubs are almost half a billion pounds down in transfer revenue this year with under a fortnight to go until the window closes, partly because players are reluctant to move due to the pandemic. (Daily Mail)
Premier League clubs are resigned to having to bail out the English Football League and are expected to impose strict conditions on a support package worth up to £250m to their lower-league counterparts. (Daily Telegraph)
Plans to get fans back into stadiums will be stepped up this week when the Government unveils a "crack team" charged with finding high-tech solutions to a shutout it has extended for up to another six months. (Daily Telegraph)
UEFA are expected to announce that managers will be allowed to use five substitutes in this season's Champions League and Europa League on Thursday, in a ruling that could put English clubs at a significant disadvantage. (Daily Mail)
Film star Ryan Reynolds named as potential investor in Wrexham.