Borussia Dortmund and Marseille are keen to sign Arsenal's 17-year-old English midfielder Ben Cottrell. (Sun)
Manchester City are lining-up a £50m move for Ajax's Frenkie de Jong despite potentially facing an investigation into their spending. (Sun)
Former France midfielder Samir Nasri's move to West Ham is at risk of breaking down because of concerns over the 31-year-old's fitness. (Daily Mirror)
The deal could also break down because of Nasri's pay demands, with West Ham not keen to match his £95,000-a-week pay demands. (Daily Mail)
Paris St-Germain's 35-year-old Brazil full-back Dani Alves says he plans to play in the Premier League before retiring. (Daily Telegraph)
Borussia Dortmund are ramping up their scouting network in the UK to discover more undervalued talent like Jadon Sancho. (Daily Mail)
Jose Mourinho is prepared to cash in on Marcos Rojo and Eric Bailly in order to bring in either Toby Alderweireld or Inter's Milan Skriniar in January.
Shrewsbury have sacked manager John Askey with the club 18th in Sky Bet League One after just four wins in 17 games. (Sky Sports)
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho faces the sack if he fails to guide them to Champions League qualification this season. (Sun)
Santiago Solari will be appointed Real Madrid manager until the end of next season. (Marca)
UAE club Al-Jazira want to appoint Michael Reiziger as coach. The former Ajax, Barcelona and Middlesbrough defender, 45, is currently in charge of Ajax's reserve side. (De Telegraaf)
Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte says he will wait until the summer before taking a new job in management. (Rai Sport)
Conte's decision to wait means Chelsea face the prospect of paying him £11m in compensation - the full amount owed for what would have been the final year of his contract. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester City’s head physio Lee Nobes is leaving the club at the end of the month to join Premier League rivals Liverpool.
Senior England players have given Wayne Rooney the green light to wear the captain's armband against USA on Thursday.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery and his players spoke to injured England striker Danny Welbeck, 27, in a video message before Sunday's 1-1 draw with Wolves. (Guardian)
Tottenham's Belgium midfielder Mousa Dembele, 31, has flown to Qatar for specialist treatment on an ankle injury. (Evening Standard)
Danny Welbeck has undergone surgery for a second time on his broken right ankle. (Sky Sports)
Cesc Fabregas could face some form of action after footage showing him moving referee Kevin Friend's free-kick spray marking behind his back emerged on social media. (Daily Express)
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho's continued selection of 30-year-old Serbia midfielder Nemanja Matic has been questioned by some of his Manchester United team-mates. (Times)
Anti-racism charity Kick It Out has asked for an explanation from West Ham after the club reinstated Under-18s coach Mark Phillips, who was suspended after attending a Democratic Football Lads Alliance march. (Daily Telegraph)
Uefa may reopen FFP investigations against Manchester City after German magazine Der Spiegel published a series of articles accusing the club's Abu Dhabi owners of flouting the rules. (Daily Telegraph)
Premier League clubs would be allowed a maximum of 12 overseas players in their 25-man squads under new Football Association plans preparing for Brexit. (Times)
Bets placed on Daniel Sturridge's January loan move to West Brom will form part of the Football Association's investigation into the 29-year-old Liverpool striker's alleged breach of betting rules. (Liverpool Echo)
Rangers are set to escape with a UEFA warning after being late for kick-off against Spartak Moscow in Russia. (Daily Record)
Manchester City's Belgium attacking midfielder Kevin de Bruyne, 27, is set to return earlier than expected from a knee injury. (Guardian)
Brighton will not appeal against English 29-year-old midfielder Dale Stephens' red card during Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Cardiff. (Argus)
The Premier League could vote to introduce VAR next season at its shareholders meeting on Thursday.