Arsenal are willing to sell Theo Walcott, 28, in January, with his former club Southampton and West Ham interested in the England winger. (Sun)
Manchester City's England forward Raheem Sterling, 22, will hold off talks on a new contract at Etihad Stadium until after next summer's World Cup. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea's Belgium forward Eden Hazard is stalling on a new £300,000 deal at Stamford Bridge in the hope of attracting an offer from Real Madrid. (Times)
Real Madrid believe signing 26-year-old Hazard from Chelsea could be the key to reinvigorating the form of 32-year-old Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo. (Daily Express)
Barcelona striker Luis Suarez says former team-mate Neymar, who is now at Paris St-Germain, will not join Real Madrid. (Marca)
Juventus legend Alessandro del Piero believes Liverpool's Germany midfielder Emre Can, 23, would be the perfect fit in the Italian club's side. (Liverpool Echo)
Manchester United are confident they will sign Tottenham's England defender Danny Rose, 27, for £50 million either in January or next summer. (Daily Mail)
Newcastle United target Cenk Tosun, 26, has been valued at 100 million euros (£88m) by the vice-president of his Turkish side Besiktas. Crystal Palace are also interested in the striker. (Newcastle Chronicle)
Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez wants £20m in the January transfer window to buy a striker, playmaker and left-back. (Daily Mirror)
West Ham could face competition from Real Madrid for 27-year-old Krasnodar and Russia striker Fyodor Smolov. (Daily Mail)
Crystal Palace's transfer budget will not be impacted by the club's plans for a £100m renovation of their Selhurst Park ground. (Guardian)
Real Madrid will look to sign Athletic Bilbao goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, 23, and Inter Milan's Argentina striker Mauro Icardi, 24, in January. (Marca)
Ahmed Musa's loan move from Leicester City to Hull City looks to be off following the sacking of Tigers boss Leonid Slutsky. Nigeria forward Musa, 25, played for Slutsky at CSKA Moscow.
West Bromwich Albion coach Gerry Francis will leave the Premier League club after rejecting an offer to stay and work under new manager Alan Pardew. Francis joined former West Brom boss Tony Pulis' coaching team in 2008 and has worked with him also throughout his stints at Stoke City and Crystal Palace. (Daily Mail)
Middlesbrough boss Garry Monk is under mounting pressure. (Daily Star Sunday)
Crystal Palace boss Steve Parish insists their Selhurst Park redevelopment plans will not ruin the transfer budget. (Daily Mail)
Aberdeen want £800,000 before Rangers can meet Derek McInnes to discuss taking over at Ibrox. (Daily Mail)
The FA will take no further action against Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola following his heated discussion with Southampton’s Nathan Redmond. (Sky Sports)
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has been given two weeks to accept a one-off payment of £250m to sell the club.
Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson is a candidate to become the new manager of Australia. (Guardian)
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich could offer Leonid Slutsky a role at the club, after his fellow Russian was sacked by Hull City.
Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Ian Wright have angrily hit out at suggestions their punditry on Match of the Day is biased. The trio of former England strikers became involved in a series of Twitter rows with Arsenal fans following the analysis of Manchester United's 3-1 victory at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday. (Daily Mail)
Former Fulham keeper Mark Schwarzer is a member of the selection panel to choose a manager by February to take the Socceroos to the World Cup. (Daily Mail)
England keeper Joe Hart, 30, is set to be dropped by West Ham manager David Moyes in favour of Spaniard Adrian, 30. (Sun)
Atletico Madrid defender Filipe Luis, 32, says former Chelsea striker Diego Costa, 29, is "playing like an animal" as he prepares to return to first-team football next month. (Daily Star)
Stoke star Jese Rodriguez was involved in a stunning bust-up after Mark Hughes failed to bring him on against Swansea. (Sun)
Former referees' chief Keith Hackett says ex-Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg's comments that he "allowed Tottenham to self-destruct" against Chelsea in 2016 are "nonsense". (Daily Telegraph)
Lionel Messi's statue in Argentina's capital city of Buenos Aires has been targeted for a second time. (Daily Mail)
Michael Emenalo denies he left Chelsea because of a rift over transfers and says he was simply looking for a new challenge.