Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is keen on signing Arsenal's 20-year-old French defender William Saliba, who is on loan at Saint-Etienne. (Daily Express)
Barcelona's 21-year-old Spanish midfielder Carles Alena - a target for Tottenham Hotspur - is likely to be allowed to leave the La Liga club on loan in January. (Mundo Deportivo)
England midfielder Adam Lallana, 31, is a target for clubs in China and Major League Soccer, with his Liverpool contract running out this summer. (Daily Telegraph)
Red Bull Salzburg are yet to receive an offer for 19-year-old Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, who has been linked with Manchester United, Real Madrid and Juventus. (Daily Mirror)
Roma are set for further meetings with Manchester United over a permanent deal for England defender Chris Smalling - who is on loan at the Serie A side this season - and are ready to offer 10m euros (£8.6m) for the 29-year-old.
Real's unsettled Wales forward Gareth Bale, 30, and Colombia playmaker James Rodriguez, 28, did not train with the first team on Sunday.
Unai Emery has been given a month to save his job as Arsenal manager. (Daily Mirror)
The Gunners are distancing themselves from a possible move for former Manchester United and Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho. (ESPN)
Assistant manager Freddie Ljungberg is ready to step in as caretaker manager if Emery is sacked by the Emirates Stadium club. (Independent)
Former Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri, previously linked with Arsenal, is the favourite to take over at Bayern Munich following the departure of Niko Kovac. (Football Italia)
RB Leipzig manager Ralf Rangnick has also been strongly tipped for the Bayern vacancy - with Mourinho another candidate.
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Netherlands coach Ronald Koeman has confirmed there is a clause in his contract allowing him to move to Barcelona, where he played from 1989 to 1995, but only after Euro 2020.
Cardiff City failed to convince FIFA to hold Nantes "liable" over the death of Emiliano Sala and could now face a three-window transfer ban if they continue to refuse to pay the fee for the late striker. (Daily Telegraph)
Bolton's former players have been told they will pick up their outstanding five months' worth of wages on Wednesday.