Arsenal want to sign Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas. The 30-year-old Costa Rica international has also been linked with Liverpool. (Team Talk)
The Gunners are preparing a £10m bid for 25-year-old Besiktas and Turkey midfielder Oguzhan Ozyakup - a player they sold for only £400,000 in 2012. (Talksport)
Manchester United are willing to sell Spain goalkeeper David de Gea, 26, to Real Madrid on the condition that 24-year-old France defender Raphael Varane moves in the opposite direction. (Don Balon)
Chelsea defender David Luiz's future at the club is in doubt after he was dropped for the win over Manchester United and the 30-year-old Brazil international fears he is being punished for his friendship with former Blues striker Diego Costa. (Times)
Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini is wanted by Turkish side Besiktas. The 29-year-old Belgium international is out of contract in the summer and free to talk to other clubs in January. (Turkish Football)
Everton are tracking highly rated Norwich midfielder James Maddison. Director of football Steve Walsh watched the 20-year-old in Saturday's defeat by Bolton Wanderers. (ESPN)
Newcastle could rekindle their interest in Hamburg's Lewis Holtby. The 27-year-old former Tottenham player, who has three caps for Germany, is free to talk to clubs under the Bosman ruling from 1 January. (HITC)
Arsenal have revived their interest in Barcelona midfielder Rafinha, 24, who is keen on the idea of playing in the Premier League. (Mundo Deportivo)
Southampton and Netherlands defender Virgil van Dijk, 26, says he is "happy" and "giving 100%" for the club - despite handing in a transfer request in the summer after being linked with Liverpool. (Southern Daily Echo)
Chelsea are considering a move for Lyon's 20-year-old France Under-21 international Mouctar Diakhaby, who has also been linked with Manchester City.
Manchester City are furious over Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger claims that their winger Raheem Sterling "dives very well", especially as the Gunners tried to sign the 22-year-old England international in the summer. (Daily Express)
Everton want former England boss Sam Allardyce to be their new manager for the rest of the season. The 63-year-old is set to sign a £100,000-a-week deal, with former Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare as his assistant. (Sun)
West Ham were rejected by Carlo Ancelotti, Roberto Mancini and Rafael Benitez before making their move for David Moyes to replace manager Slaven Bilic. (Sun)
West Bromwich Albion owner Guochuan Lai will fly in for Chelsea's visit to The Hawthorns after the international break as the scrutiny increases on Tony Pulis. The West Brom manager is battling to save his job following a run of two wins in 20 Premier League games including last season. (Daily Mail)
The Hammers are in discussions about bringing in former left-back Stuart Pearce as Moyes' assistant. (Daily Telegraph)
Antonio Conte's position as Chelsea manager is said to be uncertain after the resignation of technical director Michael Emenalo. (Sun)
Former Blues midfielder Frank Lampard, 39, is being considered as a replacement for Emenalo. (Daily Express)
Paris St-Germain have spoken to the agent of Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, who wants more backing in the transfer market from the Old Trafford club.
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England will wear blue for their Wembley friendly against Germany on Friday for commercial reasons. (Daily Mail)
Tammy Abraham wants the opportunity to prove himself at international level after being handed his first senior England call-up for the friendlies against Germany and Brazil.
In scoring Tottenham's Wembley winner against Crystal Palace, Son Heung-min made a little history, the South Korean became the top scoring Asian in Premier League history. (Sun)
Everton midfielders Morgan Schneiderlin, 27, and Kevin Mirallas, 30, were left out of the squad for the win over Watford following a training ground row with assistant coach Duncan Ferguson. (Daily Telegraph)
Legendary midfielder Andrea Pirlo has announced his retirement from football. The Italian icon won the Champions League twice, the World Cup and six Serie A titles during a trophy-laden career that saw him represent Inter Milan, Juventus and AC Milan. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United forward Anthony Martial, 21, has been mainly used as a substitute this season but says "I prefer to start the game, I have more time to get myself into the game".