Tottenham will sell England left-back Danny Rose, 27, to Manchester United in January, but only if they receive an offer of £45m. (Daily Star Sunday)
Liverpool are ready to launch a bid to reunite Jurgen Klopp with Borussia Dortmund's Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 28, as Daniel Sturridge, 28, looks to leave Anfield. (Sunday Express)
New Everton boss Sam Allardyce is planning a £25m move for 28-year-old Sevilla and France midfielder Steven N'Zonzi, who played under the 63-year-old at Blackburn. (Mail on Sunday)
Manchester United are no longer willing to pay £100m for Real Madrid and Wales forward Gareth Bale, instead valuing the 28-year-old between £50m and £60m. (Sunday Mirror)
Chelsea would rather let Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 25, leave for free when his contract ends in summer 2019 than sell him to Real Madrid at the end of this season. (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester City have not given up on signing West Brom and Northern Ireland centre-back Jonny Evans, 29, despite having two bids rejected in the summer. (Sunday Express)
Fiorentina are interested in Chelsea's Ghana left full-back Baba Rahman, 23. (Calciomercato)
Egypt head coach Hector Cuper claims Real Madrid are interested in Liverpool and Egypt forward Mohamed Salah, 25. (Evening Standard)
Manchester United have joined Arsenal and Barcelona in showing interest in Schalke and Germany midfielder Leon Goretzka, with the 22-year-old out of contract in the summer. (Mail on Sunday)
Crystal Palace have made an approach for 27-year-old Germany keeper Kevin Trapp, who is out of favour at Paris St-Germain. (Sun on Sunday)
Barcelona will pay more than 100m euros (£88.3m) to sign Liverpool and Brazil playmaker Philippe Coutinho, 25. (Calciomercato)
Manchester City are determined to extend Raheem Sterling's contract even though the 22-year-old England winger still has two-and-a-half years to run on his current deal. (Manchester Evening News)
Turkey midfielder Arda Turan, 30, is set to leave Barcelona this winter, with a move to the Premier League a possibility. (Goal)
Manchester City will reject any loan offers for Under-17 World Cup winner Phil Foden, with Celtic one of several clubs interested in the 17-year-old. (Sunday Mirror)
West Brom forward Tyler Roberts, who is on loan at Walsall, is out of contract in the summer and French club Marseille are interested in the 18-year-old.
(Mail on Sunday)
Ronald Koeman is still devastated by his sacking by Everton in October and has turned down two Premier League manager roles since then. (Sunday Mirror)
Tottenham have more than doubled the projected cost of their new stadium to £1bn. (Mail on Sunday)
British financier Amanda Staveley has had a £300m bid to buy Newcastle United rejected by owner Mike Ashley.
England manager Gareth Southgate will take his side to next year's World Cup in Russia without naming a permanent captain. (Sunday Telegraph)
Belgium are the top seeds in England's group and their manager Roberto Martinez says, despite having the so-called golden generation at his disposal, "World Cups don't understand about 'golden generations' or big reputations - they understand about being a team and being able to perform". (Sunday Telegraph)
Stockholm is set to beat off competition from Cardiff to replace Brussels on the list of host cities for Euro 2020.
(Mail on Sunday)
Manchester United's Paul Pogba has escaped FA punishment for wishing injury on his Manchester City rivals. (Sunday Mirror)
Toby Alderweireld says there is no date set for his return from injury because he is at risk of a relapse. (Sunday Times)
The FA are hiding their own fair-play table to protect clubs who performed badly from negative publicity - Burnley announced last week that they had won a £20,000 prize for the best record. (Observer)
Manchester United are unhappy with the amount of playing time defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah is receiving on loan at Crystal Palace. (Sun on Sunday)
Manchester City have disciplinary concerns over Vincent Kompany, Leroy Sane and Fernandinho ahead of the clash with West Ham - all three are one booking short of a ban which would rule them out of next weekend's derby. (Daily Star Sunday)
Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand has urged Red Devils manager Jose Mourinho to sign Arsenal's Mesut Ozil, 29.