Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe has suggested that striker Lewis Grabban, 29, currently on a season-long loan at Sunderland, may be allowed to leave the Cherries on a permanent basis if it is the "right decision" for all parties, with Fulham, Aston Villa and Wolves thought to be interested. (Birmingham Mail)
Arsenal have already agreed a £35.3m deal to sign Sevilla's 28-year-old anchorman Steven Nzonzi in January. (Daily Mirror)
Chelsea are lining up an £80m bid for Monaco's France international forward Thomas Lemar, 22, who was also the subject of interest from Liverpool and Arsenal in August. (Daily Mail)
West Ham boss David Moyes is considering a January move for Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, 25. (Guardian)
Juventus defender Alex Sandro, 26 a target for Manchester United, has told the Italian club he wishes to leave, but the Brazil international's preferred destination is Chelsea in January. (Sun)
Long-term Manchester United target Antoine Griezmann, 26, is set to leave Atletico Madrid for Barcelona in the summer. (Independent)
West Ham co-chairman David Sullivan has promised fans "two or three" signings during next month's transfer window. (London Evening Standard)
One of those new additions could be Reading defender Liam Moore. The Hammers ran the rule over the 24-year-old in Monday's draw with Cardiff. (Daily Mirror)
Pep Guardiola believes he may have to sign a defender in the January transfer window or Manchester City could be "in trouble". (Guardian)
Tottenham and Everton have joined the list of clubs keeping a watching brief on Hamburg's 17-year-old striker Jann-Fiete Arp, the first player born in the 21st century to score in the Bundesliga. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United, Arsenal and Tottenham are tracking Hoffenheim and Germany under-21 midfielder Nadiem Amiri. (Sun)
Bayer Leverkusen have rebuffed a £22m move from Chelsea for 20-year-old Jamaican winger Leon Bailey in next month's transfer window. (Daily Mail)
Paris St-Germain full-back Thomas Meunier, 26, linked with a transfer to Manchester United in recent months, has hinted on Twitter that he would welcome a move to Old Trafford. (Daily Express)
West Brom manager Alan Pardew will meet with technical director Nick Hammond later this week to discuss the club's strategy for the January transfer window, which could include a loan move for Liverpool's fit-again striker Danny Ings, 25. (Daily Telegraph)
Former Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu, 23, could move from Barcelona to Napoli on loan after failing to tie down a regular first-team place at the Nou Camp. (Talksport)
Barcelona are closing in on a deal for Palmeiras' 23-year-old Colombia defender Yerry Mina, who they see as a replacement for 33-year-old Javier Mascherano. (AS)
Reading have targeted Cardiff full-back Declan John, currently on a season-long loan at Rangers. The Scottish side are keen to keep the 22-year-old Wales international on a long-term basis and Leeds have also expressed interest.
Rafa Benitez has set a deadline of Friday for Mike Ashley to tell him how much money he will have to spend in January. (Daily Mail)
Leicester manager Claude Puel has issued a firm defence of his record at Southampton and insisted his "boring" reputation is undeserved, ahead of his return to St Mary's.
Nigeria will be allowed to play in the World Cup next summer despite playing an ineligible player during qualifying - their 1-1 draw with Algeria was turned into a 3-0 defeat but did not affect their position.
Chelsea loanee Lucas Piazon, 23, has returned to training with Fulham after breaking his leg against Leeds in August. (GetWestLondon)
Everton manager Sam Allardyce has told his Everton players that "Christmas is cancelled" and will instead offer his squad a party in the new year if they improve their position in the league. (Daily Mirror)
Lazio fans have attempted to take revenge on a referee who sent off striker Ciro Immobile in Monday's defeat by Torino by posting fake negative online reviews of a café he used to own. (Football Italia)
Aston Villa centre-back John Terry has posted pictures of a family game of Monopoly taking place on a personalised leather and gold board. (Sun)
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has branded Pep Guardiola 'immature' in a renewed attack on the Manchester City coach, whom he has previously labelled a 'spineless coward'. The pair fell out during their time at Barcelona. (Manchester Evening News)
Charlton players will be disciplined by boss Karl Robinson after they posted images of their Christmas party on social media hours after the defeat by Portsmouth.
(London Evening Standard)