Manchester United have made it clear that signing a striker is a priority in the January transfer window and have set their sights on their former forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 38. (Daily Express)
The Old Trafford club have also made England and West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, 20, a top target in January, but a deal could cost them £80m. (Daily Mail)
Wolves are targeting Lille's 21-year-old Brazilian defender Gabriel Magalhaes as they hunt for defensive cover for the injured Willy Boly. (Daily Mail)
The agent for 19-year-old Dutch winger Tahith Chong has warned Manchester United they will consider offers from elsewhere if the club does not present suitable contract terms before his current deal expires next summer. (Manchester Evening News)
Roma are ready to make a £12.9m offer to Manchester United for Chris Smalling, 29, after the defender's impressive start to his loan spell at the Serie A club. (Guardian)
Liverpool have been urged to pursue Chelsea star N'Golo Kante, 28, to add the final piece to the "jigsaw". (Racing Post)
Newcastle United will host a meeting about player recruitment next week. (Newcastle Chronicle)
Three clubs are interested in signing Juventus' German midfielder Emre Can, 25, in the January transfer window. (Calciomercato)
The agent of Sassuolo's Italian midfielder Stefano Sensi has been in Barcelona, raising speculation of the player joining the Spanish champions. The 24-year-old player is currently on loan at Inter Milan. (Sport)
Nantes want to sign former Newcastle's former French midfielder Hatem Ben Arfa. The 32-year-old is available on a free transfer. (RMC Sport)
Former Everton and Manchester City midfielder Jack Rodwell, 28, who is a free agent, is in talks with Serie A side Parma after a deal with Roma fell through.
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson, 72, is in talks over a new contract. (Sky Sports)
Stoke City have sacked manager Nathan Jones with the club currently second from bottom in the Sky Bet Championship. (Sky Sports)
Stoke City are preparing to make an official approach to Preston to speak to Alex Neil about their managerial vacancy. (Daily Telegraph)
Burnley boss Sean Dyche is keeping midfielder Danny Drinkwater waiting on whether the 29-year-old's season-long loan deal from Chelsea will be made permanent. (Sun)
Derby County manager Phillip Cocu has confirmed former England striker Wayne Rooney, 34, has been at the club's training ground. (Derby County)
Saint Etienne manager Claude Puel has criticised the club's decision to sell defender William Saliba, 18, to Arsenal in the summer, labelling the move as "short-term" and "reactionary".
Unai Emery, 47, is in danger of losing the Arsenal dressing room, with a number of players reportedly still perplexed by their manager and openly mocking him. (Metro)
Arsenal midfielder Dani Ceballos has issued an apology to supporters after missing a penalty against Liverpool. (Daily Mirror)
James Milner is hopeful of agreeing terms on a new contract with Liverpool before the end of the season. (Daily Express)
Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford, 22, could have injured his knee celebrating his free-kick goal against Chelsea in the EFL Cup. (Daily Mail)
Aston Villa have reached an out-of-court settlement with former chief executive Dennis Wyness days before what could have been an explosive employment tribunal. (Daily Mail)
Harvey Elliott will not face any FA action over an apparent dive during Liverpool's Carabao Cup fourth-round win over Arsenal on Wednesday.