Arsenal are ready to sell Ivory Coast winger Nicolas Pepe if a suitable buyer for their 25-year-old record signing can be found. (Daily Star on Sunday)
Manchester United are watching Jonny Evans' contract situation at Leicester and could make a move to bring their 32-year-old former defender back to Old Trafford. (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester City's Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho, 35, believes he will not be given another contract at the club and is set to leave Etihad Stadium at the end of the season. (Sunday Mirror)
Argentina striker Lautaro Martinez wants to leave Inter Milan and has put agent Jorge Mendes in charge of his search for a new club. (Marca)
Manchester City have been tracking Martinez for more than a year, with Barcelona and Real Madrid also interested in the 23-year-old. (Sunday Mirror)
Real Madrid's priority is to sign 21-year-old Paris St-Germain and France forward Kylian Mbappe in 2021 before trying to bring in Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, 20, from Borussia Dortmund in 2022. (AS)
Inter Milan chief executive Giuseppe Marotta has suggested Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 28, will leave the club in the January transfer window. (Sky Sports)
Brazil attacking midfielder Philippe Coutinho's agent says the 28-year-old has no plans to leave Barcelona after being linked with Italian side Juventus.
Mikel Arteta believes the return of Arsenal fans will provide his side with "unstoppable energy". Arteta has also warned Arsenal fans it will be a couple more transfer windows at least before he has reshaped the Gunners squad to the way he wants it. (Daily Star on Sunday)
Leeds want former Real Madrid and Spain boss Julen Lopetegui, who is currently in charge of Sevilla, to replace Marcelo Bielsa as manager if the Argentine leaves the club.
(Sun on Sunday)
Six parties are interested in the possible takeover of West Bromwich Albion but owner Guochuan Lai may struggle to achieve his £150m asking price for the Premier League club. (Mail on Sunday)
Manchester United's transfer plans have been seized in the cyber attack on the club. (Daily Star on Sunday)
The Premier League was accused of changing the VAR rules after another day of huge controversy which saw Liverpool denied victory by a contentious late penalty.
(Mail on Sunday)