Reiss Nelson is close to signing a new contract beyond next summer and will move from Arsenal to Hoffenheim on loan for this season. (Times)
Arsenal's French forward Alexandre Lacazette, 27, is considering his future at the Emirates. (Le10Sport)
Tottenham's 28-year-old England left-back Danny Rose will reject a loan move to Paris St-Germain. (Daily Telegraph)
Real Madrid are interested in signing Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling, 23, but not this summer. (Sky Sports)
Real are set to re-sign forward Mariano Diaz from Lyon by taking up a 22m euro (£19.9m) option on the 25-year-old. Sevilla had agreed a 35m euro (£31.8m) fee for the Dominican Republic international. (El Pais)
Barcelona still want to buy a central midfielder before their transfer window closes on Wednesday, but the club have ruled out signing Manchester United's 25-year-old France international Paul Pogba. (Sport)
Lyon and Marseille are locked in a battle to prise Moussa Dembele from Celtic. (Scottish Sun)
Former Brazil striker Ronaldo is set to buy Spanish top-flight side Valladolid for 30m euros (£27.2m). (Marca)
Real Betis are set to sign Barcelona's 25-year-old Brazil midfielder Rafinha on loan. (Sport)
Aston Villa have made a 9m euro (£8.1m) bid for Le Havre's 20-year-old French defender Harold Moukoudi. (L'Equipe)
Liverpool winger Sheyi Ojo, 21, is set to join French side Stade de Reims on loan for the rest of the season after the Englishman said he was interested in moving to Ligue 1. (Daily Mirror)
Former Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure, 35, is close to signing for a new club after the former Ivory Coast international passed a medical in London, his agent says. (Twitter)
Real Sociedad are interested in signing Everton's Spanish striker Sandro Ramirez. The 23-year-old moved to Goodison Park last summer but was sent out on loan to Sevilla. (Marca)
Fenerbahce have denied reports they are attempting to sign Tottenham's French midfielder Moussa Sissoko, 29.
Manchester United players and staff believe manager Jose Mourinho is one defeat away from getting sacked. (Daily Mail)
Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez says there has been no fall out between him and defender Jamaal Lascelles. (Goal)
Roma manager Eusebio di Francesco had to have surgery on his broken left hand after celebrating his side's equaliser against Atalanta on Monday. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal want Ivan Gazidis' future resolved in the next fortnight with members of the club's hierarchy expecting the chief executive to leave for AC Milan.
Jamie Vardy and Gary Cahill have informed England manager Gareth Southgate that they are calling time on their international careers. (Sky Sports)
Jamie Vardy's withdrawal from international football could lead to a first senior England call-up for Jadon Sancho when Gareth Southgate names his squad on Thursday for the Nations League match against Spain. (Times)
England boss Gareth Southgate is considering a shock recall for forgotten man Luke Shaw.
Shahid Khan's son says he expects the Fulham owner's Wembley bid to go through. (Sun)
Barcelona defender Gerard Pique, 31, says he will never return to Manchester United. The Spaniard left Old Trafford for the Nou Camp in 2008. (Daily Star)
Cardiff winger Nathaniel Mendez-Laing faces three months on the sidelines after suffering a knee injury. (Sky Sports)
Chelsea's 32-year-old former England centre-back Gary Cahill wants to stay and fight for his place at the club. (Sun)
La Liga is considering holding matches in Mexico as well as the game already proposed in the United States. (AS)
Newcastle captain Jamaal Lascelles and winger Matt Ritchie were involved in a furious training-ground scrap and had to be separated by team-mates before the defeat to Chelsea. (Daily Mail)
Liverpool's 26-year-old forward Mohamed Salah is demanding the Egyptian Football Association improves measures for his personal safety and wellbeing on international duty. (Sun)
The FA has come out in favour of clubs being allowed to have safe-standing areas in what campaigners regard as a significant move towards a change in the law on all-seater stadiums. (Times)
Manchester United's players have been left confused by the Portuguese manager's recent tactics and team selection decisions. (Sun)
Manchester United have changed the layout of the home and away dressing rooms at Old Trafford to try to stop any repeat of the tunnel brawl that erupted in December between their players and rivals Manchester City.