Barcelona have lined up Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil as an alternative to Coutinho, with the Gunners valuing the 28-year-old at £55m. (Cadena Cope)
Manchester City will attempt to sign Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez on loan next year, and blame the Gunners for the 28-year-old's proposed £60m deadline-day deal collapsing. (Daily Mirror)
City are furious that the Gunners did not have a replacement for Sanchez lined up earlier than their failed bid for Monaco's 21-year-old winger Thomas Lemar. (ESPN)
Tottenham playmaker Marcus Edwards, 18, turned down several loan offers in an attempt to fight for a spot in the first team. (Guardian)
Ross Barkley turned down a move to Chelsea partly because Everton refused to let the 23-year-old midfielder speak with Tottenham. (Guardian)
Juventus have the basis of an agreement in place with midfielder Emre Can's representatives, if the 23-year-old decides not to renew his Liverpool contract. (Calciomercato)
Everton wanted to sign former Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen on loan from Barcelona, but the Spanish side refused to release the 31-year-old. (Liverpool Echo)
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud, 30, did not complete a move to Everton because his wife rejected it. (Daily Star)
Jurgen Klopp had been waiting to sign new Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for three years after watching him play in the Champions League with Arsenal while Klopp was manager of Borussia Dortmund. (Daily Express)
Bournemouth had a £25m bid for Leicester City winger Demarai Gray, 21, rejected. (Bournemouth Echo)
Former Southampton playmaker Matt le Tissier has dismissed reports Liverpool will sign defender Virgil van Dijk, 26, for a reduced price in January. (Daily Star)
Everton failed to land either the striker or the defender Ronald Koeman wanted. (Liverpool Echo)
Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 25, could still complete a move to Barcelona with the Spanish transfer window open until midnight on Friday. (Daily Express)
The Anfield clubwill sanction the sale of Coutinho to Barca, but not until next summer. (Sport)
Bournemouth turned down a £15m bid from Championship club Wolves for their 24-year-old striker Benik Afobe.
Relations between Antonio Conte and Chelsea's board could become even more strained after Tottenham's new striker Fernando Llorente became the latest player to snub a move to Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mirror)
Crystal Palace boss Frank de Boer fears he could be sacked by the Premier League club this weekend. (Times)
Rafa Benitez is furious after Newcastle failed to sign a single player during the final fortnight of the transfer window. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger turned down the opportunity to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager in 2002.
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New England squad member Harry Maguire got a dressing down from his mother after being spotted turning up at St George's Park with his belongings in a bin liner. (Daily Mirror)
Gareth Southgate is ready to keep faith with Joe Hart for England's World Cup Qualifier with Malta.
Kyle Walker laughed off former Tottenham team-mate Eric Dier calling him "a traitor" for joining Manchester City when they were reunited on international duty with England.