Wolves skipper Conor Coady is on Newcastle's wanted list for the January transfer window with the 28-year-old England defender likely to cost in the region of £20m. (Sun on Sunday)
Meanwhile, former Netherlands winger Marc Overmars has opened talks with Newcastle about becoming their new director of football, a role he currently holds at Ajax. (Sunday Mirror)
Manchester United will do all they can to keep French midfielder Paul Pogba at Old Trafford with Real Madrid hoping to seal a free transfer for the 28-year-old at the end of the season. (AS)
Teenage FC Dallas striker Ricardo Pepi is attracting the interest of a number of Premier League clubs with Liverpool, Manchester United, Brentford and Brighton among those interested in the 18-year-old American. (Sunday Mirror)
Chelsea have been warned by Sevilla that the Spanish club will not sell star French defender Jules Kounde, 22, on the cheap. (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is looking at Real Madrid's Germany midfielder Toni Kroos with the 31 year old's current deal set to expire in 2023. (El Nacional)
Everton are leading the race to sign Jesse Lingard from Manchester United but the 28-year-old England midfielder is also wanted by West Ham and Newcastle. (Football Insider)
Ajax are keen to keep hold of Dutch midfielder Ryan Gravenberch, who is attracting the interest of clubs including Liverpool, Manchester United, Barcelona and Juventus, and are working on a new deal for the 19-year-old. (Fichajes)
Atletico Madrid and Urguay striker Luis Suarez wants to stay at the club beyond the current season. The 34-year-old has scored five goals this term but his deal ends next summer.
Manager Brendan Rodgers has denied reports that Belgian midfielder Youri Tielemans has rejected a new contract at Leicester City with the 24-year-old attracting the interest of a number of clubs including Liverpool and Manchester United.
(Mail on Sunday)
David Beckham will be unveiled as the face of the Qatar World Cup next month - netting £150m.
(Sun on Sunday)
Manchester City are set to give Spain forward Ferran Torres, 21, a new deal which will run until 2027 with his salary rising to £100,000 per week. (Daily Star on Sunday)
Security will be ramped up around the hotels and team buses used by Manchester United and Liverpool for Sunday's clash at Old Trafford following the trouble that caused the same fixture to be called off last season. (Mail on Sunday)
Argentina forward Paulo Dybala, 27, has all but reached an agreement with Juventus over a new contract.