Mesut Ozil is set to leave Arsenal in January with MLS clubs keen to sign the German. (Daily Star)
Tottenham are considering returning Gedson Fernandes, 21, to his parent club Benfica in the next transfer window. The Portugal midfielder joined Spurs on an 18-month loan deal in January. (A Bola)
Liverpool could pursue Brighton's English defender Ben White, 23, or Turkey and Schalke defender Ozan Kabak, 20, to fill in for their injured Dutch international Virgil van Dijk, 29. (TV 2)
Former Celtic and Rangers midfielder Liam Burt, 21, was at Pittodrie for Aberdeen's Premiership match with Hamilton as he continues his hunt for a club.
Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has expressed his disappointment at the club's decision to dispense of the services of scouting guru Francis Cagigao. (Daily Mirror)
Premier League managers stay in their jobs for the longest time in Europe's top five leagues, a survey suggests.
Mesut Ozil has been left out of Arsenal's Premier League squad for the 2020/21 season. (Sky Sports)
Tottenham are set to agree a new long-term deal with 28-year-old South Korea forward Son Heung-min. (The Athletic)
Tom Cleverley has agreed a new three-year contract with Watford. (Sky Sports)
Watford chairman and chief executive Scott Duxbury says Senegal winger Ismaila Sarr, 22, and English striker Troy Deeney, 32, are committed to helping the club back to the Premier League. (London Evening Standard)
Portuguese right-back Ricardo Pereira, 27, who had surgery on a knee injury, hopes he will be back playing for Leicester City within six weeks. (O Jogo)
Everton forward Richarlison says he got 10,000 WhatsApp messages in five minutes after Brazil team-mate Neymar showed his phone number during a live-streamed online video game. (Daily Star)
Leeds have confirmed midfielder Kalvin Phillips could be out for up to six weeks with a shoulder injury. (Sky Sports)
AZ Alkmaar say 13 players have tested positive for coronavirus, but their Europa League match with Napoli on Thursday will still go ahead as planned. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United and Liverpool are among five Premier League clubs being targeted again in a renewed attempt by Real Madrid's president to launch a closed-shop European breakaway league. (Daily Telegraph)
UEFA "strongly opposes" plans for a European Premier League and insists the principles of promotion and relegation are "non-negotiable".