Arsenal will sign Paraguay striker Miguel Almiron in January. The 24-year-old has scored 12 goals this year for MLS side Atlanta United, and will move for £15m after their season ends in December. (Daily Mirror)
French World Cup winner Paul Pogba, 25, will not be sold by Manchester United in January, but wants to leave regardless of Mourinho's future. (Daily Mail)
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe failed in a £10m bid for Brentford and Wales centre-back Chris Mepham, 20, in the summer but will try to sign him again in January. (Sun)
West Brom will return with another offer for Blackburn's Bradley Dack in January, having failed with a bid for the 24-year-old English midfielder during the summer.
Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry is the preferred candidate to become Aston Villa manager, with newly retired former Villa and Chelsea defender John Terry lined up as his assistant. (Express and Star)
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola apologised to Gabriel Jesus for not allowing him to take the late penalty missed by Riyad Mahrez in the goalless draw with Liverpool. (Independent)
Rafa Benitez insists he can keep Newcastle United in the Premier League.
Zinedine Zidane's agent says the former Real Madrid coach, linked with Manchester United, is unlikely to manage in the Premier League. (Marca)
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek was left out of the squad at Southampton because he played for 70 minutes on Thursday.
Danny Rose is a doubt for England's upcoming fixtures after suffering a groin injury in Spurs' win over Cardiff. (Daily Mail)
Luke Shaw could be forced to miss England's upcoming games against Croatia and Spain after sustaining an injury.
Leicester City defender Wes Morgan thinks there should be a review into refereeing after he was sent off in his side's 2-1 defeat by Everton. (Times)
Striker Manolo Gabbiadini has conceded he would have taken a closer look at offers in the summer had he known he would continue to remain on the fringes at Southampton. The 26-year-old Italy international started his first Premier League game of the season on Sunday, but was taken off during the 3-0 defeat by Chelsea. (Inside Futbol)
Newcastle United should have had a penalty for an Ashley Young handball when 2-0 up in their 3-2 defeat at Manchester United, says former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City midfielder Fernandinho escaped a red card for a "forearm smash" on Liverpool forward Sadio Mane because of his reputation, according to ex-referees' chief Keith Hackett. (Daily Telegraph)
Paul Pogba inspired Manchester United's sensational fightback from 2-0 down to win 3-2 against Newcastle after manager Jose Mourinho consulted the midfielder on tactics at half-time. (Sun)
Former Chelsea and England captain John Terry has announced his retirement from playing.