Arsenal midfielder Mesut Ozil is set to open talks with Barcelona, although Manchester United are also keen to sign the 29-year-old. (Sun on Sunday)
Paris St-Germain are the favourites to sign 28-year-old Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez. The French club want him to replace their Brazil forward Neymar, 25, who is likely to leave for Real Madrid next season. (Sunday Mirror)
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane suggested he is planning to add to his squad in the next transfer window, but says that no players will leave. (Marca)
Arsenal are expected to launch a new bid for Monaco's 22-year-old winger Thomas Lemar in January, but it will be well below the £90m they offered in August. (Mail on Sunday)
Tottenham are eyeing Bologna star Adam Masina as Danny Rose's replacement, amid rumours of a move to Manchester United. (Sunday Mirror)
Stoke are planning to make a £2.5m bid for Augsburg's 27-year-old Ghana right-back Daniel Opare. (Sun on Sunday)
Napoli forward Dries Mertens, 30, says Barcelona were interested in signing him earlier this year, but he turned the move down. (FourFourTwo)
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos, 31, has urged the club to go all out to sign 27-year-old Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea. (Talksport)
Chelsea are considering an approach for Stoke's 24-year-old goalkeeper Jack Butland, as contract talks with keeper Thibaut Courtois, 25, have stalled. (Mail on Sunday)
Chelsea poised to beat Arsenal and Manchester City to the signing of Hamburg's highly-rated 17-year-old striker Jann-Fiete Arp. (Metro)
Newcastle are keen to secure a loan deal for out-of-favour Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw, 22, and help the him revive his career on Tyneside.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino claimed his side are out of the Premier League title race after drawing at home to West Brom. (Sunday Telegraph)
Martin O'Neill is top of a three-man shortlist to become Everton's new manager. (Sun on Sunday)
Watford intend to report Everton to the Premier League should the Merseyside club's major shareholder Farhad Moshiri continue with his pursuit of Hornets boss Marco Silva. (Sunday Times)
However, Everton's search for a new manager has opened up a boardroom rift between Moshiri and chairman Bill Kenwright with the club's owner eager to appoint a big name at odds with the latter's desire for a hungry young boss. (Sunday Mirror)
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho said his side had "too many attackers" in Saturday's 1-0 win over Brighton. (Observer)
Ex-England boss Sam Allardyce said he is not yet thinking about a return to management. (Daily Star Sunday)
West Brom caretaker manager Gary Megson revealed he spoke to sacked former boss Tony Pulis on the telephone 40 minutes before they kicked off in Saturday's 1-1 draw with Tottenham.
Russia 'drug cheats' are set to cast a shadow over the 2018 World Cup draw after a whistleblower revealed he has evidence proving Russian footballers were involved in state-sponsored doping.
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The Premier League's average weekly wage has risen above £50k, making it the highest-paid league in world football. (Mail on Sunday)
Neymar's annual wage with PSG equals that of the top seven women's football leagues combined, as a study shows the incredible disparity in money. (Mail on Sunday)
Burnley midfielder Johann Berg Gudmundsson, 27, has tipped Clarets boss Sean Dyche to become the next England manager. (Daily Star Sunday)
Paris St-Germain have agreed a new sponsorship deal with Nike, in which they will earn £53m a year from next June.