Arsenal's German goalkeeper Bernd Leno, 27, is on Bayern Munich's radar to become their number one and replace 33-year-old Manuel Neuer. (Sun)
Tottenham are ready to make a £50m bid for 25-year-old Lyon midfielder Memphis Depay, who played for Manchester United between 2015 and 2017. (Daily Mirror)
Tottenham, Chelsea, Watford and Norwich are ready to make a bid for Metz striker Habib Diallo in January. The 24-year-old Senegal international has scored eight goals in 13 appearances so far this season. (Teamtalk)
Manchester United are lining up a summer move to sign Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha, 26, for the second time and are willing to pay £70m for the Ivorian, who was with them between 2013 and 2015. (Sun)
Liverpool are in advanced talks to sign Scotland winger Ryan Fraser, 25, from Bournemouth in January. (Talksport)
Manchester City are reportedly set for a £100m spending spree in the January transfer window after failing to keep pace with Liverpool in the Premier League title race. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United will not be trying to sign their former striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, 38, in the January transfer window. Ibrahimovic is available on a free transfer when his LA Galaxy contract ends. (Sky Sports)
Borussia Dortmund still want Everton attacking midfielder Anthony Gordon, 18, despite having a summer bid rejected for the England Under-19 international. (Football Insider)
Wolves are in advanced talks to get 16-year-old Welsh attacking midfielder Chem Campbell to sign a new deal, despite interest from German clubs Borussia Dortmund, Schalke and RB Leipzig. (Football Insider)
Spanish forward Ayoze Perez, 26, has revealed he turned down a move to Valencia in favour of joining Leicester from Newcastle in the summer. (Daily Mail)
West Ham are considering buying a new goalkeeper in January after becoming increasingly concerned with the form of Roberto. The 33-year-old Spaniard has conceded 13 goals in six Premier League games since coming into the side for the injured Lukasz Fabianski.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery will be given the next six games to prove he is still the man for the job at Emirates Stadium. (London Evening Standard)
Former Spain boss Luis Enrique, who has been tipped as a potential replacement for Emery at the Gunners, is not considering a return to management at the moment. (ESPN)
Manchester City will not stand in Mikel Arteta's way if Arsenal coming looking for a new manager. (Sun)
Current Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino, 47, and former Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso, 37, are on a shortlist to become Bayern Munich's next manager. (Daily Star)
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is expected to see out the final 18 months of his contract with the club. (Times)
West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini is also working to repair a minor dressing-room division over his side's defence after their defeat at Burnley. (Sun)
Neil Warnock is set to retire after leaving his job as Cardiff City boss. (Daily Mirror)
Cardiff City are targeting Chris Hughton or Lee Bowyer as their next manager after Neil Warnock quit on Monday. (Times)
Cardiff City are setting their sights on former Millwall manager Neil Harris to take over as manager following Neil Warnock's departure, while Charlton boss Lee Bowyer is also in the frame.
Gareth Southgate is concerned about Harry Maguire's fitness for England's upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers. (Daily Mail)
James Maddison is in line to be handed his England debut over the course of the next two Euro 2020 qualifiers against Montenegro and Kosovo. (Daily Telegraph)
Raheem Sterling will not play in England’s European Qualifier against Montenegro on Thursday due to an incident at their St George's Park training complex. (Sky Sports)
Gareth Bale trained with Wales on Monday in a major boost to his hopes of playing in their World Cup qualifiers after not playing for Real Madrid for a month.
Newcastle midfielder Matty Longstaff, 19, will sign a new contract in the next few weeks but his 22-year-old brother Sean has been told he has to do more over the next 12 months to earn a new deal. (Daily Telegraph)
Sheffield United owner Prince Abdullah stands to make £47million from the scheme that enabled him to buy the club, according to documents lodged with an appeal judge.