Arsenal and Manchester City are set to miss out on signing Cengiz Under, with the 21-year-old Turkey winger expected to sign a new contract at Roma. (Calciomercato)
Aaron Ramsey could move to AC Milan with Ivan Gazidis reportedly ready to offer the Arsenal midfielder as a welcome gift to his new employers. (Daily Star)
Everton are considering a move for former Arsenal and Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri, 31. The France international's doping ban ends next month. (Daily Mail)
Tottenham are hoping to sign Manchester United and Ivory Coast defender Eric Bailly, 24, in January. (Daily Express)
Tottenham are also interested in Beijing Guoan forward Cedric Bakambu. Guoan paid Villarreal more than £35m for the 27-year-old DR Congo international in February. (Talksport)
Tottenham are interested in signing Fiorentina and Serbia defender Nikola Milenkovic, 20. (Daily Mirror)
Tottenham are putting Nathan Ake top of their list for a new centre-half - as Spurs pave the way for life beyond Jan Vertonghen. (Sun)
Manchester United have made a "dizzying offer" for Atletico Madrid and France defender Lucas Hernandez. The 22-year-old has a buyout clause of 80m euros (£70m). (Marca)
Napoli defender Elseid Hysaj, 24, was blocked from signing for Chelsea this summer, according to the Albania international's agent. (Teamtalk)
Liverpool and Juventus are monitoring Piotr Zielinski's contract situation at Napoli. The 24-year-old Poland midfielder is in dispute with his club over a release clause. (Calciomercato)
Barcelona have already begun the process of signing Ajax's Netherlands defender Matthijs de Ligt, 19. (Mundo Deportivo)
Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci, 31, says his £40m one-season move from Juventus to AC Milan was a big mistake made in anger. (Corriere dello Sport)
Spain forward Paco Alcacer, 25, will stay at Borussia Dortmund after agreeing to sign a new contract. (Bild)
Newcastle scouts watched Olympiakos' Guinea midfielder Mady Camara, 21, last weekend.
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Paris St-Germain want to make former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger their director of football. (RMC)
Thierry Henry is edging closer to becoming Monaco's next manager, with talks between the two parties at an advanced stage. (Sky Sports)
Brentford are expecting to appoint a permanent replacement for new Aston Villa manager Dean Smith next week, but will not prioritise experience of the Championship in their search for recruitment. (London Evening Standard)
Christian Benteke is unlikely to return from injury until next year, says Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson. (Sky Sports)
Former Aston Villa owner Sir Doug Ellis has died at the age of 94.
England manager Gareth Southgate says he will have no problem with his players swearing during their Nations League match with Croatia, despite the absence of a crowd meaning comments could be picked up by television microphones. (Daily Star)
Leicester midfielder James Maddison will land a £250,000 windfall from Norwich with his first England cap. (Sun)
Spain warmed up for their Nations League clash with England with a silky 4-1 friendly win over Wales, who were without Gareth Bale.
Former Fulham and Brighton midfielder Steve Sidwell, 35, has launched his own boutique children's clothing line following his retirement. (Sun)
Howard Wilkinson launched a passionate defence of the controversial plan to sell Wembley yesterday claiming it is crucial for the future of the game. (Daily Star)
Tottenham are finally gearing up for the opening of their new stadium after supporters were told their access cards and membership packs are being sent out. (Daily Telegraph)
Paul Gascoigne's induction into Scottish Football Hall of Fame has been scrapped after a planned boycott from SFA board members. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck has criticised UEFA's attempts to close the gap between top and lower-tier clubs, saying Europe's heavyweights should not be "dumbed down" to join "the great unwashed".