Arsenal have agreed to sign Tunisia Under-21 defender Omar Rekik, 18, from Hertha Berlin in January - and loan him back to the German club. (Football London)
Arsenal have "opened talks" with RB Salzburg over a deal for Dominik Szoboszlai, it's been claimed. (Daily Star)
Arsenal could be handed the chance to sign former Tottenham hero Christian Eriksen. (Daily Star)
Liverpool and Manchester United have received a boost over the possible signing of RB Leipzig's 22-year-old France centre-backDayot Upamecano as a decision over his future will be made in January. Bayern Munich cannot afford to sign him. (Bild)
Chelsea's Spain goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, 26, will go on loan and take a pay cut to help revive his career. (Sun)
Manchester United have an opportunity to sign France centre-back Raphael Varane, 27, from Real Madrid. (Manchester Evening News)
Real Madrid will challenge Barcelona for the signing of Netherlands midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum, 30, from Liverpool. (Corriere Dello)
Former Cameroon and Barcelona striker Samuel Eto'o, 39, is in talks with Spanish third division club Racing de Murcia with a view to a return to playing. Eto'o retired in September 2019. (Goal)
Barcelona's Argentina forward Lionel Messi, 33, has put Manchester City on alert before the January transfer window after saying he is "tired of always being the problem" at the Nou Camp. (Daily Express)
West Ham's Brazil winger Felipe Anderson, 27, could return early from his loan with Porto if the Portuguese side are able to re-sign Brazil striker Hulk, 34, from Shanghai SIPG in January. (Record)
Barcelona look unlikely to sign Spain defender Eric Garcia, 19, in January as Manchester City are not willing to reduce their valuation of 20m euros (£17.8m). (Marca)
Brighton, Newcastle and Sheffield United are keen on signing Burnley's England midfielder Jack Cork, 31. (Daily Mirror)
Eintracht Frankfurt's Dutch left-back Jetro Willems, 26, would be open to a move back to Newcastle United. Willems had his loan spell in the 2019-20 cut short by an anterior cruciate ligament injury. (Newcastle Chronicle)
Barnsley have made an enquiry into signing former Italy striker Mario Balotelli who is a free agent after leaving Brescia. (Sky Sports)
Former Liverpool, Chelsea and Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez disagrees with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp and Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola and says the Premier League was right to drop the five-substitute rule. (Daily Express)
Bayern Munich and Austria defender David Alaba, 28, is Real Madrid's top target if Spain centre-back Sergio Ramos leaves in the summer. (AS)
Sevilla and Hertha Berlin are interested in signing Paris St-Germain's 27-year-old Germany midfielder Julian Draxler. (Calciomercato)
Eighteen-year-old France midfielder Eduardo Camavinga says he dreams of joining a "great club" but has not ruled out renewing his contract at Rennes.
Manchester United have reportedly put ex-Man City boss Roberto Mancini on a managerial shortlist should Ole Gunnar Solskjaer leave. (Sun)
Premier League managers have come together to get the five-substitute rule back on the agenda. (Daily Mirror)
Sean Dyche stands to make millions of pounds if Dwight McNeil or any of Burnley's other academy products are sold while he is at the club. (Daily Mail)
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has given eight academy prospects the chance to impress during training this week amid the club's injury crisis. (Daily Mirror)
Former Barcelona midfielder Xavi can become the club's Sir Alex Ferguson if he returns as manager, says Barca presidential candidate Victor Font. (Reuters)
Leeds continue to eye Steven Gerrard as a potential replacement for Marcelo Bielsa should the Argentine move on as manager, it has been claimed.
England signed off from their Nations League campaign with a 4-0 win over 10-man Iceland, with two-goal Phil Foden playing a starring role. (Sky Sports)
England hope that Valencia's Yunus Musah will reverse his decision to play for the United States after making his senior debut this week. (Daily Mail)
Wales sealed promotion to League A of the UEFA Nations League after seeing off 10-man Finland 3-1 at the Cardiff City Stadium. (Sky Sports)
Northern Ireland's Nations League campaign ended in disappointment following a 1-1 draw with Romania in Belfast. (Sky Sports)
Scotland missed the opportunity of securing promotion in the Nations League after they lost 1-0 in Israel. (Sky Sports)
The Republic of Ireland avoided relegation to League C but their worrying goal drought continues after 0-0 draw against Bulgaria in the Nations League.
EFL and Premier League clubs are urging ministers to allow them to use 30 per cent of their stadium capacities once fans are allowed to attend matches, which may be as soon as next month. (Daily Mail)
Mo Salah will miss Liverpool's next three games after testing positive for coronavirus for a second time. (Sun)
Clubs in the EFL have generated more than £11m from streaming live league and cup matches this season, but the service is attracting 1,000 'complaints' every weekend.