Europe's top clubs, including Manchester City, Barcelona and Juventus, are tracking Borussia Monchengladbach's French forward pair Marcus Thuram, 23, and Alassane Plea, 27. (Bild)
Real Madrid could sign France midfielder Paul Pogba, 27, from Manchester United for 60m euros (£54m) next summer. (ESPN)
Bundesliga side Schalke may be willing to allow 20-year-old Turkish centre-back Ozan Kabak to leave for 20m euros (£18m) in January. However, English champions Liverpool are interested in his 19-year-old Finnish team-mate Malick Thiaw. (Bild)
Paul Pogba could be set for a summer move to Real Madrid after Manchester United reportedly dropped their asking price to as little as €60m (£53m). (Daily Mail)
Despite his promising start at Anfield, 23-year-old Portugal forward Diogo Jota was Liverpool's back-up option in the transfer window, behind Watford's Senegal winger Ismaila Sarr, 22. (Daily Mirror)
Barcelona have pulled out of the race to sign Austria defender David Alaba, who is out of contract at Bayern Munich next summer, because of the 28-year-old's wage demands.
West Brom could consider appointing Lee Bowyer, the manager of League One side Charlton, if they continue to struggle under Slaven Bilic. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United have approached former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino about replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the club's next manager. (Manchester Evening News)
Solskjaer's position is in the balance after back-to-back defeats and he could be sacked if United lose to Everton on Saturday. (Daily Star)
Alternatively, Solskjaer will not be sacked, regardless of Saturday's result. (The Athletic)
The Manchester United manager retains the support of the board and is still viewed as a long-term appointment at Old Trafford. (Sky Sports)
Middlesbrough manager Neil Warnock is considering January approaches for West Brom's Poland midfielder Kamil Grosicki, 32, and Everton's Democratic Republic of the Congo winger Yannick Bolasie, 31. (Northern Echo)
Arsenal's head of coach and player development, Marcel Lucassen, is to leave the club because of personal reasons. (The Athletic)
Phillip Cocu will not be in the dugout for Derby's match against Barnsley on Saturday after chief executive officer Stephen Pearce tested positive for coronavirus.
Gareth Southgate has offered his unwavering support to Jordan Pickford and revealed he held heart-to-heart talks with his England No1. (Daily Mirror)
Gareth Southgate will lay down the law to England bad boy Phil Foden after recalling him to his squad. (Daily Star)
Bayern Munich whizkid Jamal Musiala looks set to receive his maiden call-up to the England Under-21s. (Sun)
Aaron Ramsey has withdrawn from the Wales squad, which included Gareth Bale, for their matches against the USA, the Republic of Ireland and Finland. (Sky Sports)
Luton Town striker James Collins has been called into the Republic of Ireland squad for the first time under manager Stephen Kenny.
Arsenal are set to discuss extending the contract of Egypt midfielder Mohamed Elneny, 28, who has impressed since the start of the season. (Daily Mail)
Tottenham owner Daniel Levy has offered forward Son Heung-min, 28, the same wages as captain Harry Kane in an attempt to ensure the South Korea international stays at the club. (Daily Express)
The English Football League has approved the takeover of Championship side Derby County by Abu Dhabi royal family member Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al Nehayan. (Telegraph)
Premier League clubs are to abandon pay-per-view matches in a victory for fan power after protests by supporters against the £14.95 charge (Times)
Football fans will be able to see exactly how much agents earn from transfer deals when new regulations come into force next year, FIFA has said.