AC Milan are lining up a move for Manchester United's Ivory Coast defender Eric Bailly, 24, with the player growing increasingly frustrated at his limited chances under Jose Mourinho. (ESPN)
Manchester City have looked into the availability of Lille forward Nicolas Pepe, 23, with the Ivory Coast player scoring eight goals so far this season. (Manchester Evening News)
Argentina defender Pablo Zabaleta, 34, is seeking a move away from West Ham to the Middle East. (Arab News)
Everton are leading the chase for former Manchester City striker Godsway Donyon. (Sun)
Manchester City's Germany winger Leroy Sane, 22, says he is on the "right" side of the city, amid reports of interest from Manchester United. (London Evening Standard)
Senegal forward Mbaye Diagne, 27, who plays for Turkish side Kasimpasa, is a January transfer target for Wolves. (Birmingham Mail)
Barcelona and Manchester United are keen to sign Benfica's 15-year-old midfielder Ronaldo Camara, a Portugal Under-17 international. (Record)
Ajax are close to agreeing a deal to sign Boca Juniors' 25-year-old Argentine defender Lisandro Magallan.
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is close to making a return to management with AC Milan. (France Football)
Mauricio Pochettino has told Real Madrid to forget it - again - as he is staying at Tottenham. (Sun)
Southampton manager Mark Hughes could be sacked if Saints fail to beat Watford on Saturday, with Sam Allardyce and David Moyes favourites to replace him. (Daily Mirror)
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez has told his squad to mute the sound on the TV when a pundit speaks - unless it is club legend Alan Shearer.
DC United forward Wayne Rooney, 33, will take Manchester City striker Raheem Starling's England number 10 shirt when he returns to the Three Lions side for a one-off friendly against the United States this month. (Daily Mail)
The FA will not pass on any of the gate receipts from Wayne Rooney's final England appearance to his foundation and nor does it plan to donate any fixed sum despite the match being named after his charity. (Times)
Wales manager Ryan Giggs says he has no idea whether Gareth Bale is struggling at Real Madrid because he does not have the TV channel covering their domestic games. (Daily Telegraph)
Anderlecht defender James Lawrence and Swansea winger Daniel James have been called up to Wales' squad.
Arsenal's German goalkeeper Bernd Leno, 26, says "nobody feels safe" in the battle for the club's number one jersey. (London Evening Standard)
Manchester City are closing in on a deal to buy a club in China which will add a sixth team to their global portfolio. (Daily Mail)
Spain forward Alvaro Morata, 26, says he reached rock bottom at Chelsea last season and even blamed the wet weather for missed chances. (Times)
Real Madrid have signed a £950m 10-year sponsorship deal with Adidas.