Arsenal could complete a double swoop of Ajax's top two stars, Kasper Dolberg and Matthijs de Ligt, ahead of Barcelona if they appoint Marc Overmars as their new sporting director. (Daily Express)
Arsenal and Manchester United are leading the chase for 16-year-old Santos wonderkid Yuri Alberto. (Sun)
Tottenham are scouting Ajax midfielder Donny van de Beek, 20, and 18-year-old winger Justin Kluivert, son of former Netherlands striker Patrick. (Sky Sports)
Arsenal and Manchester United are both monitoring Borussia Dortmund's 28-year-old forward Marco Reus, whose contact expires at the end of next season. (Daily Mail)
Barcelona are continuing to work on a deal to sign Philippe Coutinho in January, with Liverpool valuing the 25-year-old attacking midfielder at £133m. (Mundo Deportivo)
Newcastle and West Brom are interested in signing Wolves' 24-year-old defensive midfielder Conor Coady. (Sun)
Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke says the club have not given up hope of keeping midfielder Mesut Ozil, 29, and forward Alexis Sanchez, 28.
Arsenal owner Stan Kroenke says he will never sell the club, and plans to pass on his stake to the next generation of his family. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal's supporters' trust has demanded that Kroenke's son Josh and chairman Sir Chips Keswick are not reappointed to the board of directors. (Daily Mail)
Mauricio Pochettino claims Daniel Levy never places age limits on Tottenham signings despite the club prioritising younger players when they enter the market. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal want former Barcelona director Raul Sanllehi, who was involved in the signing of Neymar, as their new director of operations. (Sport)
Former Gunners winger Marc Overmars, now a director at Ajax, is another candidate for the role. (Independent)
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp called his players in for a lengthy team meeting following Sunday's 4-1 defeat by Tottenham. (Liverpool Echo)
West Ham's landlords at London Stadium are on the verge of bankruptcy, with the Hammers at risk of being locked out of their ground.
Arsenal and Manchester City could be forced to replay their EFL Cup fourth-round ties after making too many substitutions in extra-time. (Sun)
Former Sunderland striker Asamoah Gyan, 31, now with Turkish club Kayserispor, is planning to launch his own airline, having secured a licence to set one up in his native Ghana. (Sun)
Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw, 22, is concerned he may never have a proper first-team chance again as his relationship with manager Jose Mourinho has broken down. (Guardian)
Shaw and Mourinho are understood to not be on speaking terms because of the full-back's frustration at his lack of game time this season. (Times)
Crystal Palace defender Pape Souare had his shirt thrown back at him by a fan following Tuesday's 4-1 EFL Cup defeat by Bristol City. (Daily Telegraph)
Everton told their summer signing Nikola Vlasic that he could not take the number 19 shirt because they were reserving it for transfer target Diego Costa, who has since joined Atletico Madrid from Chelsea.