Pep Guardiola wants Manchester City to sign Jack Grealish, having identified the Aston Villa and England midfielder, 25, as a top target in his planned rebuild. (Independent)
City's 10-year plan for Barcelona's Argentine forward Lionel Messi, 33, could include a move to New York. (Times)
Birmingham City have signed former Barcelona and AC Milan midfielder Alen Halilovic on a free transfer. (Daily Mail)
Southampton are ready to go back in for Brandon Williams in January. (Sun)
Real Madrid have not received any offers for their Spain midfielder Isco, 28, who has been linked with Manchester City and Arsenal. (AS)
Real Madrid star Mariano Diaz has reportedly been offered to West Ham on a loan deal in January with an option to buy. (Sun)
QPR will again look to bring in a centre-back and send Republic of Ireland Under-21 defender Conor Masterson, 22, out on loan when the transfer window reopens in January. (West London Sport)
Borussia Dortmund are ready to renew their interest in Inter Milan's Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, having been linked with the 28-year-old former Tottenham player earlier in the year.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is "positive" that goals will start to arrive from all areas - easing the pressure on top scorer, Mexico striker Raul Jimenez, 29. (Express & Star)
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists goalkeeper Dean Henderson "wants to stay at Manchester United", amid reports the 23-year-old England international could leave on loan in January. (Sky Sports)
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard says France forward Olivier Giroud, 34, who is seeking a move in order to secure first-team football before next year's European Championships, is an "important" player and insists he wants him to stay at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mirror)
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told France forward Anthony Martial, 24, that he cannot rest on his laurels at Manchester United after a difficult start to the new season. (Daily Mail)
Alan Pardew has joined CSKA Sofia as technical director, the Bulgarian side announced on Monday.
Arsenal's Ivorian winger Nicolas Pepe, 25, says he is "deeply sorry" for his behaviour which led to his red card in Sunday's 0-0 draw against Leeds. (Sun)
West Brom have held talks with an American consortium over a £150m takeover. (Daily Telegraph)
The Football Association is to fast track trials of concussion substitutes in this season's FA Cup. (Guardian)
Arsenal have reportedly restarted talks over a new contract for young Gunner Folarin Balogun. (Sun)
Fans may be ordered not to sing, shout or drink alcohol when they are allowed to return to Premier League matches under a new Covid Code of Conduct. (Daily Mail)
Premier League clubs could reject the chance to welcome fans back into their grounds next week due to concerns over cost and the absence of a roadmap towards full capacity crowds. (Daily Mail)
The English Football League is considering moving its entire Tuesday programme next week to Wednesday after Boris Johnson confirmed the return of crowds from that date. (Daily Telegraph)
Aston Villa fans were reported for alleged hate crimes on more occasions than supporters of any other club in the 2019-20 season, according to Home Office data. (Sky Sports)
The Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish is facing a fourth motoring charge after allegedly driving carelessly near the club's training ground last month.