Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere, 26, says he will quit the club in the summer, unless they offer him a significantly improved contract. (Sun)
West Ham are ready to sign Northern Ireland defender Jonny Evans, 30, for £3m from West Brom at the end of the season. (Birmingham Mail)
Manchester United will ditch plans to expand Old Trafford this summer to concentrate on backing manager Jose Mourinho in the transfer market. (Daily Mail)
Chelsea's Brazilian winger Willian, 29, could leave Stamford Bridge this summer with AC Milan joining Manchester United as joint-favourites to sign him. (Daily Star)
Manchester United have extended the contracts of midfielders Ashley Young, 32, and Daley Blind, 27, and goalkeeper Sam Johnstone, 24. It leaves midfielders Marouane Fellaini, 30, and Michael Carrick, 36, and 36-year-old forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic available to depart on free transfers this summer. (Manchester Evening News)
Juventus are keen to conclude the signing of Liverpool midfielder Emre Can, 24, to avoid entering an auction for the Germany international in the summer. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)
Liverpool and Barcelona are interested in 19-year-old Lyon midfielder Houssem Aouar. The French teenager has played 17 times in Ligue 1 this season. (Goal)
Bayern Munich are yet to decide on whether to sign Real Madrid playmaker James Rodriguez on a permanent deal, with the 26-year-old Colombian currently on loan at the Bundesliga club. (Goal)
Roma's Belgian midfielder Radja Nainggolan, 29, says he turned down Chelsea and several other clubs in favour of staying in the Italian capital. (ESPN)
Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone wants the transfer deadline to be the same across the world, after seeing his squad reduced to 19 players before the close of the Chinese window. (Daily Mail)
Slovenian goalkeeper Jan Oblak, 25, is yet to renew his contract with Atletico Madrid, with Liverpool, Paris St-Germain and Arsenal all interested in the player.
Alan Pardew is set to bow to player power and alter his formation in a bid to save his West Brom job. (Daily Mirror)
Birmingham manager Steve Cotterill has been given a stay of execution by the club's owner. (Sun)
Everton owner Farhad Moshiri is drawing up a shortlist of potential replacements to take over from Sam Allardyce, the former England manager, in the summer. (Daily Star)
Mansfield Town are set to appoint Swindon Town boss David Flitcroft as their new manager, Sky sources understand. (Sky Sports)
Craig Bellamy says he agreed terms to become Oxford manager before pulling out of the running following a takeover. (Sky Sports)
Jaap Stam is set to be offered an escape route from Reading, with Dutch club Vitesse Arnhem interested in offering him their managerial vacancy. (Daily Mirror)
Two parties interested in buying Charlton Athletic have agreed a price with the club's owner Roland Duchatelet. (Sky Sports)
Pep Guardiola tore into Leroy Sane during a furious dressing down at half-time of Manchester City's shock FA Cup defeat by Wigan Athletic last week.
Gareth Southgate will watch Burnley keeper Nick Pope for the second time as he considers him for an England call-up. (Daily Telegraph)
Newcastle face a club v country row with Algeria over injured loan striker Islam Slimani, who is wanted for Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers next month. (Daily Mirror)
England Women's boss Phil Neville says Mauricio Pochettino is the modern-day manager he would most like to emulate.
Former Everton and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Steven Pienaar has announced his retirement from football. (Sky Sports)
Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has revealed the Eagles are already planning for life in the Championship in case they do not avoid relegation this season. (Sun)
Manchester City have told their England winger Raheem Sterling, 23, that he must wait until the end of the season before talks over a new contract can begin. (Sun)
Lower league club owners and executives are expected to express misgivings about plans to scrap FA Cup replays in order to accommodate a winter break in the Premier League. (Guardian)
Manchester United's England midfielder Jesse Lingard impersonated Michael Jackson while suit shopping in Milan on a day off. (Daily Mail)
Rio Ferdinand has recalled the moment he realised Roy Keane was "crazy" in his first Manchester United training session.