Arsenal are monitoring their former academy player Yunus Musah, 17, with Everton, Leeds and Wolves also interested in the Valencia winger, who is a United States international. (90 min)
Arsenal are set for talks with Nicolas Pepe after his red card at Leeds on Sunday but are unlikely to loan out the Ivory Coast forward, 25, in January. (Times)
The Gunners are also interested in Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge despite missing out on the Norwegian, 22, in January when he moved to Bramall Lane. (VG)
The Gunners do not plan to make any move for 28-year-old Inter Milan midfielder Christian Eriksen. Borussia Dortmund and Paris St-Germain have also been linked with the Denmark international. (Daily Star)
Turkey midfielder Yusuf Yazici, 23, is looking to secure a big-money move from Lille after attracting interest from Arsenal. (Daily Star)
Ajax are interested in signing Crystal Palace and Netherlands left-back Patrick van Aanholt, 30, on a pre-contract deal in January. (Football Insider)
Liverpool will have to fork out £27m if they are to land Ajax centre-back Perr Schuurs, according to reports. (Sun)
Real Madrid have responded to Raphael Varane being linked to Manchester United by saying the France defender, 27, is "'untransferable". (Sun)
Real Madrid playmaker Isco, 28, wants to move from La Liga. The Spain international has previously been linked with the Premier League. (La Cadena SER)
Bayern Munich have decided not to offer Jerome Boateng, 32, a new contract when the Germany defender's current deal expires next summer. (Sport Bild)
Inter Milan want to secure a contract renewal with Lautaro Martinez, 23, before the January transfer window after the Argentina striker attracted interest from Barcelona in the summer. (Sport)
Croatia midfielder Luka Modric, 35, is eager to stay at Real Madrid beyond the expiry of his contract next summer and retire with the Spanish giants. (Marca)
Former Inter Milan, Manchester City and Brazil right-back Maicon, 29, is in talks over joining Italian Serie D side Sona.
Pep Guardiola says English teams are always at a disadvantage in Europe, but insists Manchester City can end their Champions League hoodoo. (Daily Mail)
Neil Lennon’s position as Celtic manager remains secure, despite the team’s recent poor results. (Sky Sports)
Steve McClaren has rejoined Derby County as the club's new technical director and advisor to the board.
England manager Gareth Southgate has identified Bayern Munich wonderkid Jamal Musiala as the next teenager to break into his squad. (Daily Mail)
England are on course to face the USA in Washington DC or New York next summer, as the prospect of a Covid vaccine has allowed the home nations to press ahead with tour plans.
Chelsea are already in talks with Brazilian defender Thiago Silva, 36, about extending his contract for another year until 2022. (Tuttomercato)
Former Manchester City, Manchester United and West Ham striker Carlos Tevez, 36, is set to retire at Boca Juniors and the Argentine will then move into politics. (El Destape)
Plans are being drawn up to stage crowd pilots involving tens of thousands of spectators at Premier League stadiums in the new year. (Daily Telegraph)
Liverpool will benefit from a loophole in the Premier League's Covid-19 rules which saw Mohamed Salah return just five days after a positive test.