Arsenal's head of football Raul Sanllehi says Danny Welbeck's serious injury could force the club to rethink their January transfer plans. (Sky Sports)
Tottenham and Spain striker Fernando Llorente, 33, is a January target for Leeds, who want to reunite him with boss Marcelo Bielsa who he played under at Athletic Bilbao. (Sun)
Marcus Rashford is ready to talk to Real Madrid if he fails to win a regular first-team place at Manchester United. (Sun)
PSG have joined Real Madrid in the race for Tottenham star Christian Eriksen as he stalls over a new contract. (Sun)
Manchester United could look to sign Fiorentina and Serbia defender Nikola Milenkovic, 21, in January. (Sky Sports)
Despite looking to sign defensive reinforcements, Manchester United have also opened contract talks with England centre-back Chris Smalling, 29. (Daily Mail)
Barcelona want Brazil forward Neymar, 26, to take the initiative to end his time at Paris St-Germain, and push for a move back to the Nou Camp. (Goal)
Stoke's former Scotland midfielder Charlie Adam, 32, has not ruled out a return to Rangers to link up with manager and former Liverpool team-mate Steven Gerrard. (Daily Express)
Borussia Dortmund's 20-year-old United States winger Christian Pulisic has been linked with a move to Liverpool and believes Reds boss Jurgen Klopp is the type of manager all players dream of playing for. (Liverpool Echo)
Newcastle United's English striker Dwight Gayle, 28, will push for a permanent move to West Brom next summer. (Northern Echo)
Chelsea have joined Manchester United in the pursuit of Inter Milan's £70m-rated Slovakia defender Milan Skriniar, 23. (Sun)
West Ham's English defender Reece Oxford, 19, wants to stay in the Premier League if the Hammers force him out in January. (Sun)
Liverpool's Belgium striker Divock Origi, 23, and former Cameroon defender Joel Matip, 27, could move to Turkey in January. Galatasaray want Origi, while Matip is a target for Fenerbahce. (Liverpool Echo)
River Plate's 20-year-old Argentina midfielder Exequiel Palacios will have his £22.3m move to Real Madrid confirmed after the Copa Libertadores final. (Goal)
Eight-time Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt has been linked with a move to Mexican side Dorados, who are managed by Diego Maradona. Jamaican Bolt, 32, is pursuing a career in football after retiring from the track and was recently released by Australian side Central Coast Mariners.
Les Ferdinand is set for an interview with the FA to be their new technical director, with Mark Warburton also on the four-man shortlist.
Manchester City youngster Rabbi Matondo chose Wales over England to play alongside Gareth Bale. (Sun)
Former Republic of Ireland striker Tony Cascarino believes Mick McCarthy is ready to succeed Martin O'Neill as the national team's manager. (Talksport)
Republic of Ireland legend Robbie Keane could join the coaching set up as assistant manager to Mick McCarthy if the former boss is re-appointed. (Daily Mail)
Harry Redknapp - currently in the Australian jungle for 'I'm A Celebrity' - is also a potential candidate for the Republic of Ireland role. (Daily Express)
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola feels he will make the step into international management "sooner or later".
Jack Wilshere has hailed Ross Barkley as a shining example of how he can get back to the top. (Sun)
Serie A players will wear face paint during games this weekend to support a United Nations-backed campaign seeking to end violence against women. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester City's French centre-back Aymeric Laporte claims he will have to match Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos if he is to be considered the best defender in the world. (London Evening Standard)
Manchester United suffered a huge share price drop as the price of shares slumped to their lowest point in over a year. (Sun)
The Charity Commission is to question the PFA after concerns were raised about how chief executive Gordon Taylor's annual pay of more than £2m was funded. (Daily Telegraph)
The introduction of a winter break into the Premier League next season could see a significant drop in the number of injuries suffered by players in English top-flight clubs, according to new research. (Times)
Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has dropped his appeal against a 50-day jail sentence for assaulting a taxi driver.