Arsenal and Chelsea were among a number of clubs to table bids for Juventus defender Daniele Rugani, according to the player's agent Davide Torchia. (Daily Mirror)
Liverpool are interested in Ajax defender Perr Schuurs. The 20-year-old Dutchman was on trial at Anfield three years ago. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea are planning a move for Malmo and Bosnia and Herzegovina centre-back Anel Ahmedhodzic, 21, who previously played for Nottingham Forest. (Expressen)
Chelsea, Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid are keen on signing Borussia Monchengladbach and Germany centre-back Matthias Ginter, 26. (Kicker)
Everton are reportedly in the hunt to sign Isco and reunite the midfielder with old boss Carlo Ancelotti. (Sun)
Wolves are planning a move for Middlesbrough's English right-back Djed Spence, 20, in the January transfer window. (Teamtalk)
Bayern Munich defender David Alaba has been offered to Real Madrid by his agent Pini Zahavi but Juventus and Inter Milan are also interested in the 28-year-old Austrian, who is out of contract at the end of the season. (Calciomercato)
Brazilian forward Neymar no longer wants to go back to Barcelona and the 28-year-old would rather stay at Paris St-Germain. (AS)
Atletico Madrid are close to signing Valencia and Central African Republic midfielder Geoffrey Kondogbia, 27, as a replacement for Thomas Partey, who joined Arsenal last month. (ESPN)
AC Milan have made Barcelona's 21-year-old Brazilian full-back Emerson, who is on loan at Real Betis, their main target for next summer.
Former Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is the leading candidate to replace Beppe Iachini if he is sacked by Fiorentina.
Sir Bobby Charlton has been diagnosed with dementia. (Sky Sports)
Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus, 23, has shared a picture of himself training with the Manchester City squad as he nears a return to first-team action. (Manchester Evening News)
Ralph Hasenhuttl is sweating over the fitness of Danny Ings after the England striker suffered a knee injury in Southampton's 4-3 victory at Aston Villa. (Daily Mirror)
Premier League bosses are under increasing pressure to abandon pay-per-view football during the upcoming lockdown. (Sun)
The Government will decide whether to allow the FA Cup first round to go ahead in full after imposing a second national lockdown.