Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud, 31, says he has no regrets about staying with the Gunners and not joining Everton, West Ham or Marseille. (Sunday Telegraph)
Real Madrid are frustrated by Gareth Bale's injury problems and could consider selling the 28-year-old, with Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham interested in the Wales forward. (Sunday Mirror)
Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard, 26, is Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane's number one transfer target for next summer. (Sunday Express)
Juventus are stepping up their efforts to sign Liverpool's 23-year-old Germany midfielder Emre Can. (Sunday Mirror)
Arsenal are planning a £35m bid to sign Crystal Palace's Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha, 25, as a replacement for Alexis Sanchez. (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester United have agreed to sell 29-year-old Belgium midfielder Marouane Fellaini to Besiktas for £8m in January. (Sunday Mirror)
West Ham's new manager David Moyes wants to sign Liverpool's 25-year-old striker Danny Ings on loan. (Sun on Sunday)
Hammers striker Javier Hernandez struggled for first-team football under David Moyes when the pair were at Manchester United but the Scot has assured the 29-year-old he has a future at the club. (Observer)
Newcastle United are interested in signing Besiktas' 26-year-old Turkey striker Cenk Tosun, but the Istanbul club's valuation of the player is too high. (Evening Chronicle)
Chelsea's France midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, 23, suffered an injury in training at the club on Friday. (Sun on Sunday)
Real Madrid would like to sign Paris St-Germain's Brazil striker Neymar, 25, next summer. (Marca)
Argentina defender Javier Mascherano, 33, says he may leave Barcelona at the end of the season. (La Nacion)
Barca will try to sign Ajax's 18-year-old centre-back Matthijs de Ligt in January.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, 45, is a target for Manchester United and Paris-St Germain. (Sunday Express)
Burnley manager Sean Dyche is favourite to become Everton manager as Watford boss Marco Silva wants to stay with the Hornets. (Sunday Times)
West Ham vice-chairman Karren Brady says sacking Slaven Bilic as manager was "one of the hardest things our board felt it had to do in 25 years in football".
(Sun on Sunday)
Asked about his challenge on Leonardo Bonucci that broke the Italy defender's nose, Sweden forward Ola Toivonen said: "Yes, welcome to Sweden. That's what happens.". (Fotbollskanalen)
AC Milan defender Bonucci will play in Monday's World Cup play-off second leg wearing a protective mask. (Corriere della Sera)
Switzerland and Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka, 25, has told Northern Ireland to get over the controversial penalty which his country were awarded in the first leg of their World Cup play-off. (Observer)
West Ham forward Javier Hernandez has suffered a suspected hamstring injury playing for Mexico. (Mail on Sunday)
Neymar broke down and cried before walking out of a news conference following Brazil's 3-1 victory over Japan.
Families of former British footballers have agreed to donate the brains of the ex-players to provide new and potentially conclusive medical evidence into the link between football and dementia. (Sunday Telegraph)
Leicester City striker Demarai Gray, 21, says his development was stifled by previous Foxes managers Craig Shakespeare and Claudio Ranieri. (Leicester Mercury)
Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku, 24, strongly criticised his Manchester United team-mates after their defeat by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge. (Sun on Sunday)
Further delays mean Chelsea will not move into the redeveloped Stamford Bridge until 2024 at the earliest.
(Mail on Sunday)