Arsenal's hopes of signing Besiktas midfielder Oguzhan Ozyakup have been hit by a rival bid from Everton. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester City will compete with Liverpool for Southampton's Netherlands defender Virgil van Dijk, 26, in the January transfer window. (Daily Mirror)
City are also looking to bring in 22-year-old Schalke and Germany midfielder Leon Goretzka, who is out of contract at the end of the season and has also caught the attention of Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea. (Daily Mirror)
Bournemouth are preparing a January bid for Reading's 19-year-old full-back Omar Richards. (Sun)
Liverpool and Tottenham are watching Sheffield United's 20-year-old Wales midfielder David Brooks. (Daily Express)
Striker Daniel Sturridge, 28, is ready to leave Liverpool in order to find first-team football and regain his place in the England squad. (Daily Mirror)
Barcelona are considering a January move for Arsenal and Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil, 29, and could offer Portugal international Andre Gomes in part exchange. (Don Balon)
Manchester City could move for Leicester's 26-year-old winger Riyad Mahrez after Argentina forward Lionel Messi objected to the Algeria international joining Barcelona. (Don Balon)
Switzerland forward Xherdan Shaqiri is worth "a hell of a lot more" than the £12m Stoke paid for him just over two years ago, manager Mark Hughes says.
Arsenal will pay Borussia Dortmund about £1.8m to capture 45-year-old scout Sven Mislintat - dubbed 'Diamond Eye' - as their head of recruitment. (Sun)
Under-pressure West Brom boss Tony Pulis says he spoke with chairman John Williams after the 4-0 defeat against Chelsea, but told reporters: "You've got no business to know what me and chairman talked about." (Birmingham Mail)
Pulis could be sacked as early as Monday as the Baggies' hierarchy are concerned at the detrimental atmosphere at The Hawthorns and the team's form. (Times)
Real Madrid are likely to turn to Germany coach Joachim Low, 57, if they dismiss manager Zinedine Zidane. (Daily Express)
Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez is likely to have limited funds in the January transfer window under the current Mike Ashley regime.
Antonio Conte has been named as first choice to be the national manager by Italian Football Federation president Carlo Tavecchio.
Tottenham's England striker Harry Kane, 24, says he plans to spend his entire career at Spurs. (London Evening Standard)
Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg says Manchester City defender Vincent Kompany, 31, should have been sent off for a foul on Leicester forward Jamie Vardy, 30, and Everton striker Oumar Niasse, 27, should be punished by the Football Association for "simulation" after winning a penalty against Crystal Palace. (Times)
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez says Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba, 24, "has to be consistent for years like Stevie was for 10 or 15 years" to be compared to former Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard. (Daily Star)
Paris St-Germain captain Thiago Silva says he is in regular contact with Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho, 25, and hopes his Brazil team-mate will "work with us". (Sky Sports)
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that he rarely starts Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford in the same team because they are too similar. (Independent)
Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 36, says that "if people knew the real injury, they would be in shock that I was even playing" following his return from what was described as a knee ligament injury sustained in April. (Guardian)
Former Sweden international Ibrahimovic believes Manchester United can chase down rivals Manchester City to win the Premier League. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City's Benjamin Mendy, who suffered ligament damage against Crystal Palace in September and had surgery six weeks ago, posts a video of himself kicking a ball. After Zlatan Ibrahimovic's comment that "Lion's don't recover like humans", French defender Mendy quipped: "Sharks don't recover like humans." (Manchester Evening News)
Brighton manager Chris Hughton says German midfielder Pascal Gross, one of the most energetic players in the Premier League according to statistics, can cope with the hectic schedule, with the Seagulls facing 11 matches in 43 days.