David Beckham has "made contact" with Barcelona's Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 32, about joining his new MLS franchise in Miami. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea will try to sign £35m-rated Nice defender Youcef Atal, the 23-year-old Algeria full-back, in January if they manage to get their transfer ban lifted by the start of 2020. (Sun)
Manchester United have scouted Benfica's Portuguese midfielder Florentino Luis, 21, but could face competition from Manchester City. (A Bola)
Manchester City failed with a bid in the summer to sign Inter Milan's Slovakia defender Milan Skriniar, 24, but could try again in January. (Tuttosport)
Armenia's former Manchester United and Arsenal midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan, 30, who is now at Roma, has said his spell in the Premier League made him "fall out of love" with football. (Manchester Evening News)
Manchester City are trying to convince winger Leroy Sane, 23, to sign a new deal before Bayern Munich have another chance to bid for the German. (London Evening Standard)
Chelsea will try to sign Valencia and Spain left-back Jose Gaya, 24, when their transfer ban ends next summer. (Talk Sport)
Brazilian midfielder Lucas Piazon, 25, says he is ready to leave Chelsea on a permanent basis because he is fed up with being sent on loan every year.
A devastating first-half showing from England was enough to repel a brave Kosovo 5-3 in a pulsating European Qualifier at St Mary’s. (Sky Sports)
Paddy McNair has told his Northern Ireland team-mates to keep believing they can qualify for Euro 2020 after their hopes took a hit with Monday's defeat to Germany. (Sky Sports)
James Collins enjoyed a dream Republic of Ireland debut as he came off the bench to seal a 3-1 friendly victory over Bulgaria.
Arsene Wenger says one of his biggest regrets as Arsenal boss was missing out on signing Barcelona forward Lionel Messi. (beIN Sports)
Crystal Palace academy coach Shaun Derry has revealed how a four-day spell at League Two Cambridge United inspired England Under-21 defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka to begin his journey to Manchester United. (London Evening Standard)
The son of former Liverpool owner George Gillett is in negotiations to buy Championship side Derby County. (Daily Mail)
Police want officials to ignore new Fifa rules on where substituted players leave the pitch to help avoid any potential crowd trouble when Portsmouth take on local rivals Southampton in the third round of the Carabao Cup on 24 September. (Sun)
Former England and Luton midfielder Ricky Hill has demanded an apology from the Premier League after alleging they 'stole' his idea about an academy for players released by club academies. (Daily Mail)
Cristiano Ronaldo earns three times more than any other player in Serie A with team-mate Matthijs de Ligt a huge £21m behind the Juventus forward. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United are in talks with Jesse Lingard over a new contract. (Daily Star)
Everton defender Yerry Mina has been fined £10,000 by the FA and warned about his future conduct after being found guilty of breaching betting regulations. (Sky Sports)
Leeds midfielder Jordan Stevens has been suspended from all footballing activity for six weeks after breaching FA betting regulations.