Arsenal may have only signed a new goalkeeper this summer but they are already lining up other options between the sticks as German goalkeeper Bernd Leno, 29, is being linked with a January exit. (Metro)
Spain winger Adama Traore, 25, was linked with Tottenham in the summer but is edging closer to signing a new deal with Wolves. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal and Inter Milan are set to go head to head for the signature of Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana. (Sun)
Real Madrid could renew their interest in Manchester United and Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani, 34, when the transfer window reopens in January. (El Nacional)
Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek, 24 is ready to try to leave Manchester United in January because of his lack of playing time at the Old Trafford club. (Daily Mail)
Tottenham have reignited their interest in bringing in West Brom 'keeper Sam Johnstone as successor to Hugo Lloris, according to reports. (Sun)
German striker Timo Werner, 25, will reassess his Chelsea future if he cannot force his way back into Thomas Tuchel's team - and could return to Germany at the end of the season. (Daily Telegraph)
AC Milan have been offered 30-year-old Arsenal and France striker Alexandre Lacazette, whose contract with the Gunners runs out next summer. (Football Italia)
Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah, 22, is looking to leave the Gunners, with Leeds, Aston Villa and Brentford all monitoring the England Under-21 international's situation. (Ekrem Konur)
Daniel Sturridge has signed for Perth Glory on a free transfer, 19 months after he left Turkish side Trabzonspor. (Sky Sports)
West Ham might have a second chance to sign full-back Luca Pellegrini, 22, as the Italy international struggles for opportunities at Juventus. (Calciomercato)
Loris Karius hopes to finally get a permanent move away from Liverpool in January after a shoulder injury denied him the chance to join FC Basel over the summer. (Daily Mail)
Liverpool boss Klopp wants to sign Bayern Leverkusen and France winger Moussa Diaby, 22. (Calciomercato)
Barcelona are tracking Swedish teenager Williot Swedberg, 17. The midfielder has also attracted interest from Liverpool and AC Milan.
Steve Bruce has told friends he is feeling "lower than ever before" and has considered quitting as Newcastle manager for the first time. (Football Insider)
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is hopeful Granit Xhaka will avoid surgery after suffering a knee injury in the 3-1 win over Tottenham last weekend. (Sky Sports)
Barcelona will not sack Dutch manager Ronald Koeman before the side's away trip to La Liga champions Atletico Madrid on Saturday. (Sport)
But Liverpool's German boss Jurgen Klopp has been shortlisted as a possible replacement for Koeman. (El Nacional)
Other options include former Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo and River Plate manager Marcelo Gallardo, who are both reportedly open to taking over at the Nou Camp. (Daily Express)
Spain manager Luis Enrique has played down a return to manage former club Barcelona as he intends to stay in his current job until his contract ends after the 2022 World Cup.
Fikayo Tomori, Ollie Watkins and Aaron Ramsdale have returned to the England squad for October's World Cup qualifiers against Andorra and Hungary. (Sky Sports)
Ivan Toney is firmly in the sights of England boss Gareth Southgate. (Sun)
Gareth Southgate admits Jadon Sancho does not deserve to be in the current England squad but included him to show he retains belief in the Manchester United forward. (Sky Sports)
Wigan striker Will Keane given his first call-up by the Republic of Ireland for their matches against Azerbaijan and Qatar.
Watford midfielder Peter Etebo will miss up to five months after picking up a torn quad muscle injury against Newcastle. (Sky Sports)
England midfielder Kalvin Phillips is close to signing a new contract at Leeds United as the 25-year-old's agent says there is a "real willingness" from both sides to make it happen. (Daily Telegraph)
Chelsea are still negotiating with the agents of German centre-back Antonio Rudiger, 28, over a new contract. (Fabrizio Romano)
The Competition & Markets Authority has launched an investigation into Leicester City football club and JD Sports, the retailer. (Times)
Inter Milan's motives for wanting to be in the European Super League have been shown by record-breaking losses of £211m.