Gremio's 24-year-old attacker Luan, who is a target for Barcelona, Liverpool and Arsenal, has signed a contract extension to stay in his native Brazil until 2020. (Goal)
Barcelona are hoping to sign striker Timo Werner, 21, and defender Dayot Upamecano, 19, from RB Leipzig. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has played down rumours linking the club with a move for 21-year-old Monaco winger Thomas Lemar. (Evening Standard)
Arsene Wenger says he "ideally" wants to keep Jack Wilshere and set a December deadline to get his future resolved.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, Chelsea boss Antonio Conte and Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, feature on a six-man shortlist as possible replacements for Unai Emery at Paris St-Germain. (Paris United)
Former Rangers manager Ally McCoist is a contender to take charge of Sunderland following the sacking of Simon Grayson. (Daily Star)
Southend boss Phil Brown says taking charge of Sunderland would be his "dream job". (Basildon, Canvey and Southend Echo)
Notts County have been ordered to pay John Sheridan £125,000 after the club's former boss won an appeal against the grounds for his dismissal. (Daily Mail)
Everton's caretaker boss David Unsworth believes he has two games to convince the club's owners he deserves the job on a permanent basis. (Liverpool Echo)
Everton are ready to pay the £2.5m release clause in Burnley manager Sean Dyche's contract. (Sun)
Nuno Espirito Santo is considering an offer to take over at Everton following the sacking of Ronald Koeman, but is inclined to stay at Wolverhampton Wanderers. (Guardian)
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte retains the support of the board despite Tuesday's Champions League defeat at Roma.
FA chiefs are causing uproar by making staff behind England's U17s glory reapply for their jobs. (Daily Mirror)
Gareth Southgate will not call Jack Wilshere back into the England squad but will instead give Harry Winks the nod for the games against Germany and Brazil.
Former Bochum striker Tommy Bechmann won almost £600,000 on the Danish lottery. (Sun)
Besiktas fans thought they had spotted Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini meeting with officials from their club in an Istanbul hotel - but it was Fellaini's twin brother Mansour. (Daily Mail)
Egyptian club Al-Ahly's training session on Tuesday was cancelled because too many fans showed up to watch. (Guardian)
Watford midfielder Tom Cleverley, 28, could be recalled to the England squad for friendlies against Germany and Brazil in November. (ESPN)
Leeds United have appointed a free-kick specialist to their backroom staff. Gianni Vio built his reputation as an expert with set-piece routines during spells with Fiorentina, AC Milan and Brentford.
(Yorkshire Evening Post)