Arsenal will ask for at least £30m from Manchester City for 28-year-old Chile forward Alexis Sanchez in January. (Daily Mirror)
The Gunners are in talks to sign Stuttgart's 19-year-old Turkish midfielder Berkay Ozcan. (BeinSports)
Liverpool and Newcastle are keen to sign Porto's 36-year-old Spain goalkeeper Iker Casillas. (Sun)
Liverpool want 150m euros for Barcelona target Philippe Coutinho - 50m euros less than they asked for the 25-year-old Brazil midfielder in the summer. (Mundo Deportivo)
Liverpool will offer England Under-17 forward Rhian Brewster, who has scored two hat-tricks at the World Cup, a lucrative contract when he turns 18 next year. (Daily Mail)
Watford midfielder Etienne Capoue, 29, wants to commit his long-term future to the club. (Evening Standard)
Spanish side Sevilla are preparing to make an offer for Monaco's 27-year-old Montenegro forward Stevan Jovetic, who is also a target for Brighton. (Talksport)
Arsenal, Manchester United and Bayern Munich have made enquiries about Barcelona's 22-year-old forward Jose Arnaiz. (Mundo Deportivo)
Liverpool's owners turned down a deal worth up to £1.5bn to sell the club to an investment consortium led by Dubai financier Amanda Staveley.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, who has one year on his contract, will sit down at the end of this season to review his position with the board. (Daily Express)
Watford manager Marco Silva, one of the bookmaker's favourites for the Everton job, says he is not leaving Watford. (Daily Mirror)
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe describes the Carabao Cup fifth-round draw, which pitted his side against league champions Chelsea, as "one of the toughest possible". (Bournemouth Echo)
Chelsea are lining up a move to bring back former manager Carlo Ancelotti, who is their first choice to replace Antonio Conte. (Sun)
Barcelona could rename their stadium 'Nou Camp Grifols' from the start of next season. The club is close to agreeing a 30-year rights deal with a pharmaceutical company that would be worth £304m.
Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton says Pedro Caixinha was Rangers' most embarrassing manager in history. (Daily Record)
The Spanish top flight is to introduce video referees from next season. (Sky Sports)
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho must win titles after "investing heavily" in the team, says former club defender Rio Ferdinand.