Manchester City and Arsenal are keeping tabs on Fulham's 16-year-old midfielder Matt O'Riley. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal are interested in Marseille's French defender Christopher Rocchia, 19, but face competition from Borussia Dortmund for the 19-year-old's signature. (Sun)
Manchester City could try to swap England winger Raheem Sterling, 22, for Arsenal's 28-year-old Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez in the January transfer window. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United and Arsenal are among the clubs keen to sign Schalke star Leon Goretzka, but the 22-year-old German midfielder only wants to join Barcelona or Bayern Munich. (Daily Express)
Tottenham and Liverpool will go head to head in a battle to land German midfielder David Philipp, 17, from Werder Bremen. (Daily Mirror)
Former Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood has warned the club that they must win a title or risk losing 24-year-old forward Harry Kane. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea's Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard, 26, has ruled out a big-money move to French club Paris St-Germain. (Daily Express)
PSG have offered striker Edinson Cavani to Real Madrid after the 30-year-old Uruguayan was involved in a bust-up with team-mate Neymar, 25. (Daily Star)
Chelsea and Everton are also interested in Cavani but face competition from Napoli. (Daily Mail)
Liverpool were trying to sign Bayern Munich forward Thomas Muller, 28, as a replacement if 25-year-old Brazilian Philippe Coutinho left the club during the transfer window. (Goal)
Liverpool are interested in RB Leipzig's 18-year-old French defender Dayot Upamecano. (Daily Star)
Manchester United are keeping a close eye on 27-year-old Santos attacking midfielder Lucas Lima, according to the player's agent.
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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger called for "perspective" after Jack Wilshere made his return to Arsenal's starting line-up in the Gunners' 1-0 Carabao Cup win over Doncaster Rovers. (Evening Standard)
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has been handed a major boost with £26m centre-back Mamadou Sakho set for Premier League action for the first time this season against Manchester City on Saturday. (Daily Express)
The English Football League will today advise its clubs to follow the Premier League's lead and shut their transfer window early.
The fiancee of Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof has stated the club's corporate boxes cost a "disgusting amount of money". Maja Nilsson says if players don't buy one for their families to use they risk being shunned by the partners of other players. (Sun)
Gary Rowett has admitted that he opted against signing Manchester United defender Victor Lindelof when he was Birmingham City boss because he 'wasn't quite tough enough'. (Daily Mail)
Former Celtic striker Craig Bellamy says Brendan Rodgers may struggle to get another Premier League job because no one cares about Scottish football. (Scottish Sun)
Everton's starting line-up in Wednesday's Carabao Cup boasted fewer Everton appearances than their opponents Sunderland, who fielded the likes of James Rodwell and Darron Gibson (Daily Telegraph)
Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has not let a hamstring injury stop him from showing his best dance moves. (Instagram)
Harry Kane's rise at Tottenham has been detailed on the new Fifa console game, with his latest rating up there with the world's best. (Daily Express)
Members of Manchester United's famous Class of 92 have unveiled plans to open a university near Old Trafford (Guardian)
Southampton midfielder Steven Davis says Virgil van Dijk is smoothly integrating back into the first-team fold after declaring he wanted to leave during the summer.