Manchester City remain interested in signing Barcelona's Lionel Messi when his contract expires next summer - and a spell with New York City FC in the United States could also tempt the 33-year-old Argentina forward. (Mundo Deportivo)
Manchester City could be launching a £100m double raid on Villa Park next summer - with former Etihad midfielder Douglas Luiz also on their radar. (Daily Star on Sunday)
Aston Villa and England midfielder Jack Grealish, 25, has moved to the top of Manchester City's list of transfer targets, while the Etihad Stadium club are also considering whether to trigger a £25m buy-back clause for Villa's 22-year-old Brazilian midfielder Douglas Luiz. (Daily Star on Sunday)
Both Liverpool and Everton are interested in Torino's Brazilian centre-back Gleison Bremer, 23. (Liverpool Echo)
Manchester United have been told by defender Eric Bailly's representatives that the 26-year-old Ivory Coast international may need to "assess" his future if his Old Trafford situation does not improve. (Calciomercato)
Crystal Palace are looking at Chelsea and Spain left-back Marcos Alonso, 29, as an option if Netherlands defender Patrick van Aanholt, 30, does not extend his deal with the Eagles beyond the end of this season. (Mail on Sunday)
Everton's Ivorian midfielder Jean-Philippe Gbamin, 25, could leave the club on loan in January after failing to make an impact at Goodison Park. (Football Insider)
Southampton may look to sell Mohamed Elyounoussi to Celtic, with the 26-year-old Norwegian forward in his second spell on loan at the Scottish club. (Hampshire Live)
Juventus are leading the race for Bayern Munich's 28-year-old Austria defender David Alaba, whose contract runs out next summer.
Tottenham Hotspur manager Jose Mourinho says 21-year-old Portugal midfielder Gedson Fernandes' loan spell from Benfica could end in January. (Sky Sports)
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is moving closer to signing a new contract with the Premier League club. The Spaniard's existing deal expires at the end of this season. (Sunday Telegraph)
Wayne Rooney has agreed to take his first steps into management at Derby after the Championship's bottom club sacked Phillip Cocu. (Mail on Sunday)
Ajax director of football and former Arsenal winger Marc Overmars says he is ready for a new challenge alongside the Dutch club's chief executive Edwin van der Sar, the former Manchester United goalkeeper. The pair are linked to a possible switch to United. (Sunday Mirror)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is taking his work home with him - by applying for a five-a-side football pitch to be built in the grounds of his mansion.
(Sun on Sunday)
England boss Gareth Southgate has been secretly battling Covid. (Sun on Sunday)
FIFA are set to pay Liverpool £2m in compensation to cover the wages of crocked Joe Gomez.
(Mail on Sunday)
The English Football League has placed a number of clubs under a transfer embargo after they took out a bridging loan with the governing body. (Mail on Sunday)
England star Harry Kane's £100,000 Range Rover was stolen by thieves in a brazen daylight raid. (Sun on Sunday)
Derby County are closing in on a £60m takeover by Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al Nehayan, after the departure of Phillip Cocu. (Sunday Telegraph)
Egypt doctor Mohamed Abou Elela says Mohamed Salah's attendance at his brother's wedding might have contributed to him contracting Covid-19.
(Mail on Sunday)