New Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri wants to sign Liverpool's Cameroon defender Joel Matip, 27, in January. (A Spor)
Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele is on Arsenal's list of targets ahead of the January transfer window. (Daily Mirror)
Everton want to sign Manchester United and England centre-back Chris Smalling, 28, when his contract expires at the end of the season. (Sun)
Chelsea have been threatened with a two-year transfer ban by FIFA over their recruitment of young foreign players. (Sun)
Real Madrid are ready to move for one of Paris St-Germain's two key forwards if the French club have to sell players because of Financial Fair Play. Brazil's Neymar, 26, and France international Kylian Mbappe, 19, have long been targets for Real. (AS)
West Ham have blocked any move for Austria striker Marko Arnautovic, 29, in January after he said he was the subject of interest from Manchester United in the summer. (Daily Star)
Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea are all on alert after Christian Pulisic hinted at the possibility of a Borussia Dortmund exit this summer. (Daily Express)
Bournemouth striker Jermain Defoe, 36, is wanted on loan by Championship club Sheffield United, after he has been restricted to four appearances in the Premier League this season. (Daily Star)
Chelsea are favourites to sign Borussia Dortmund's USA winger Christian Pulisic, 20, in the summer. (Guardian)
Chelsea are willing to listen to loan offers for 32-year-old central defender and captain Gary Cahill, whose contract runs out at the end of the season. (Daily Mail)
Roma are preparing a bid for Manchester United and England full-back Ashley Young, 33, in January. (Sun)
Wolves are keen to sign 28-year-old Argentina defender Marcos Rojo, who will be allowed to leave Manchester United in January. (Birmingham Mail)
Newcastle are interested in 24-year-old Paraguay midfielder Miguel Almiron, who plays for MLS club Atlanta United. (Chronicle)
AC Milan are determined to re-sign 37-year-old former Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Claudio Ranieri will scoop a massive £1m bonus if he keeps Fulham in the Premier League. (Sun)
Claudio Ranieri says his priority upon taking charge at Craven Cottage is to sort out Fulham's leaky defence. (Sky Sports)
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger rejected the chance to replace Slavisa Jokanovic as Fulham boss before Claudio Ranieri was appointed. (Daily Mirror)
Former Chelsea and Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas and ex-Monacocoach Leonardo Jardim also turned down Fulham. (Daily Telegraph)
Owner Mike Ashley is in talks to sell Newcastle in a £350m deal with a US investor.
England manager Gareth Southgate will give debuts to Southampton goalkeeper Alex McCarthy, Brighton defender Lewis Dunk and Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson in Thursday's friendly against USA. (Daily Mirror)
Aston Villa's John McGinn is set to become the 11th Scotland call-off as their Nations League injury curse deepens. (Daily Record)
Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has been ruled out of Belgium's Nations League clash against Iceland with a hamstring injury.
Fifa is investigating five Premier League clubs over possible violations of rules on the signing of foreign players under the age of 18, with the teams in question facing potential transfer bans if found guilty. (Guardian)
Manchester City defender Benjamin Mendy faces another spell on the sidelines after undergoing surgery on his injured left knee. (Sky Sports)
Manchester City and England Under-21 midfielder Phil Foden, 18, is on the verge of signing a new six-year contract. (Daily Telegraph)
Outgoing Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore is in line for a CBE in the New Year's Honours. (Times)
Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea, 28, remains in discussions about a new contract. The Spain international's existing deal expires in the summer, but the club intend to trigger a 12-month extension. (London Evening Standard)
Agent William Salthouse, whose clients include Wilfried Zaha and Glenn Murray, has been criticised by a gambling addiction charity after taking payments from bookmakers. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea's France midfielder N'Golo Kante, 27, refused to have part of his salary paid through an offshore company.