Tottenham and Belgium midfielder Mousa Dembele, 31, is set to move to China in January. (Sun)
Leicester City are keeping an eye on Chelsea midfielder Danny Drinkwater amid interest in bringing him back to the King Power Stadium on loan in January. The 28-year-old Englishman helped the Foxes win the Premier League title in 2016. (Daily Express)
Ipswich boss Paul Hurst will hold further talks with James Collins over adding the former West Ham defender to his squad. (Daily Mirror)
Paris St-Germain's Brazil forward Neymar, 26, would rather move to Chelsea or Arsenal than one of the Manchester clubs. (Daily Express)
Real Madrid and Brazil left-back Marcelo, 30, wants to join former team-mate Ronaldo at Juventus. (El Confidencial)
Lazio's 23-year-old Serbia midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, who was a target for Manchester United and Chelsea, agreed a deal to sign for Juventus this summer but the move fell through. (Calciomercato)
Former Manchester City and Barcelona midfielder Yaya Toure has rejoined Olympiakos. (Sky Sports)
Former Newcastle forward Hatem Ben Arfa joins French side Rennes as a free agent.
West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini is not in imminent danger of being sacked despite four straight Premier League defeats. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says a return to Old Trafford for Cristiano Ronaldo was "never on the table" in the summer. The 33-year-old Portugal forward joined Juventus from Real Madrid. (Sky Sports)
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola's treatment of Germany winger Leroy Sane, 22, has got the rest of his players fearing for their places. (London Evening Standard)
Brendan Rodgers says Moussa Dembele conceded in a private meeting that nobody from Celtic made promises about him leaving the club. (Sky Sports)
Millionaire Glenn Tamplin has sensationally put Billericay Town up for sale after hitting back at drug-taking claims. The Essex businessman says police arrived at the non-Leaguers' clash at Woking yesterday to tell him he had been reported for snorting drugs in the public toilets.
Former England manager Sam Allardyce says he was in "turmoil" after losing the national job. (Talksport)
Denmark are in danger of being banned from international competition by UEFA because of a dispute between the Danish FA (DBU) and the men's national team. (Sky Sports)
West Ham midfielder Robert Snodgrass has been called up to the Scotland squad for the games with Belgium and Albania.
Jean Michael Seri says Fulham were the only Premier League club that showed real interest in him back when he left Portugal in 2015. (Daily Star)
Arsenal's Germany defender Shkodran Mustafi could be fined by the Football Association for his goal celebration after he opened the scoring against Cardiff on Sunday. (Daily Mirror)
Spain goalkeeper David de Gea, 27, is expecting to sign a new contract at Manchester United worth £350,000 a week. (Sun)
Ronaldo is yet to score for Juventus - but his eight-year-old son netted four times for one of their junior sides at the weekend. (Marca)
Liverpool and England defender Joe Gomez has backed Brazil goalkeeper Alisson to continue playing out from the back despite his error against Leicester. (Goal)
Southampton's English striker Danny Ings has bet Liverpool's Egypt forward Mohamed Salah he can score more than him this season. (London Evening Standard)
Manchester United chartered a private jet to bring Atletico Madrid and Uruguay defender Diego Godin, 32, to Old Trafford on transfer deadline day but had to cancel it when the deal broke down. (Daily Mirror)
Kevin De Bruyne has been given the green light to step up his Manchester City recovery after a consultation in Barcelona. (Daily Star)
Marcus Rashford has publicly apologised for headbutting Phil Bardsley and getting sent-off in Manchester United's win at Burnley.