Manchester United think they can lure Tottenham star Christian Eriksen to the club in the January transfer window. (Daily Express)
Bayer Leverkusen and Germany midfielder Kai Havertz is open to a move away from the Bundesliga. The 20-year-old is a target for Manchester United. (Marca)
Chelsea could listen to bids for France striker Olivier Giroud, 33, and Spanish 32-year-old winger Pedro, while Spanish left-back Marcos Alonso, 28, is facing a fight over his long-term future at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Telegraph)
Fenerbahce want to sign Pedro on a free transfer next summer. (Daily Mail)
Pedro may look for a move in January with China also an option for the Spaniard. (El Dorsal)
Manchester United's Serbia midfielder Nemanja Matic, 31, is open to leaving in January. (Manchester Evening News)
Red Bull Salzburg and Norway striker Erling Haaland, 19, is keen on moving to the Premier League during his career, says father Alf-Inge Haaland.
Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is set to be offered the Bayern Munich manager's job until the end of the season. (Sun)
Former Brighton boss Chris Hughton is not interested in taking over at managerless Stoke City as he hopes for a return to the Premier League. (Sun)
Derek McInnes has emerged as one of the leading candidates to take over the vacant manager's post at Stoke City. (Daily Record)
IFK Gothenburg head coach Poya Asbaghi looks to have turned down the chance to become the new Barnsley manager, according to reports in Sweden. (Sky Sports)
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is refusing to get carried away with his side closing in on the Europa League knockout stages. (Sky Sports)
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says there "might be two" signings in January, but the club will do most of their business in the summer. (London Evening Standard)
Chelsea will not necessarily make signings in January even if their transfer ban is overturned, says manager Frank Lampard. (Talksport)
Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde still has the support of the club's board but there is increasing concern about how the team is playing. (ESPN)
Fleetwood Town manager Joey Barton to go on trial next year accused of assaulting former Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel. (Sky Sports)
The future of West Ham director of football Mario Husillos is in doubt following the team's recent poor form. (Guardian)
Former Red Bull Salzburg and RB Leipzig sporting director Ralf Rangnick has had talks with a Manchester United official about a role at the club. (Athletic)
Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani has travelled to Paris for further talks about Qatar Sports Investment investing in the Elland Road club.
Gareth Southgate is checking on the fitness of Mason Mount and Jack Grealish - who has been under consideration for his first call-up - before naming his England squad. (Daily Telegraph)
Leicester's James Maddison is set to be called up by England despite last month's casino controversy. (Guardian)
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill has named an unchanged squad for the decisive European Qualifiers against the Netherlands and Germany.
Arsenal have suffered a fresh blow, with defender William Saliba suffering another serious injury. (Sun)
The Premier League has introduced an app for players which is designed to help with their mental and physical wellbeing. (Daily Mail)
Cardiff City and Birmingham City have been charged by the FA for failing to control their players towards the end of their Sky Bet Championship clash on November 2. (Sky Sports)
Inter Milan and AC Milan are in talks over a new £630m stadium nine miles away from the San Siro. (Daily Mail)
More than 90% of Manchester United fans are not satisfied with the way the club is being run, according to a survey.