West Ham and Everton are interested in Arsenal forward Theo Walcott, 28, who will not commit to a new contract at the Emirates if it means more time on the bench. (Sun)
Real Madrid are preparing a 200m euro (£177m) bid for Tottenham striker Harry Kane. The Spanish and European champions are not put off by the huge asking price for the 24-year-old. (Don Balon)
Manchester United are confident of signing Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil, 28, when his contact ends at the end of the summer. (Independent)
Chelsea are ready to make a move for £60m Juventus left-back Alex Sandro, 26, in order to keep Conte at the club. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal target Kepa Arrizabalaga is about to sign a new deal at Athletic Bilbao. The 23-year-old goalkeeper had been linked with both the Gunners and Real Madrid. (Talksport)
Manchester United and Chelsea are both interested in Middlesbrough defender Dael Fry, 20. (TeamTalk)
Championship side Leeds are chasing 25-year-old Liverpool striker Danny Ings.
Manager Antonio Conte could leave Chelsea for AC Milan at the end of the season. The 48-year-old told an Italian radio station that he "misses" Italy. (Corriere dello Sport)
Oldham caretaker manager Richie Wellens wants the job full time. (Daily Star)
Manchester City could face a fight to keep hold of coach Patrick Vieira with the Frenchman actively considering his future and Saint-Etienne interested. (Manchester Evening News)
Former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has been linked with a return to Bayern Munich, after Carlo Ancelotti was sacked last week. (Daily Mirror)
Republic of Ireland assistant manager Roy Keane has warned footballers worried about head injuries to take up Chess instead. (Daily Telegraph)
The Football Association's attempts to make contact with gay professional footballers have drawn a blank, with "not one" willing to meet the organisation's chairman, Greg Clarke, even in secret or anonymously.
Gareth Southgate plans to give Raheem Sterling an England confidence boost by handing him a recall for the World Cup Qualifier against Slovenia. (Daily Telegraph)
Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland could block plans for video technology to be used at next year's World Cup. (Sun)
Kieran Gibbs and Jay Rodriguez are on course for England recalls, according to West Brom manager Tony Pulis. (Daily Mirror)
Man City pair John Stones and Raheem Sterling are pushing for England recalls ahead of their World Cup Qualifiers. (Daily Mail)
Sam Allardyce is pursuing damages from the FA for the way they handled the fallout from his sacking as England boss. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho does not want forward Marcus Rashford to be used in both of England's final World Cup qualifiers this week.
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero could miss a further two weeks with a broken rib. City were hopeful the 29-year-old would be fit for their first match after the international break. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City forward Leroy Sane, 21, has clocked the fastest sprint since Premier League records began. (Manchester Evening News)
Paul Pogba, 24, has been banned from playing basketball by Manchester United in a bid to prevent further injuries. (Sun)
Russia have built stands outside one of their World Cup stadiums, the Ekaterinburg Arena, to comply with Fifa regulations. (Yahoo Sports)
Tennis ace Andy Murray would try to be a football manager if he could no longer play tennis. (Fifa)
Financier Amanda Staveley met Newcastle United officials and has opened lines of communication for further talks to take place regarding a potential takeover. (Daily Telegraph)
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has had a street named after him in his home town of Setubal in Portugal. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal's majority shareholder, Stan Kroenke, has bid almost £525m to buy out Alisher Usmanov, the second-largest shareholder who has tried several times to wrest control of the club. (Guardian)
Arsenal's players were left furious after midfielder Mesut Ozil and striker Alexis Sanchez failed to attend a club media activity day last month. (Evening Standard)
Hull City's Ryan Mason has thanked Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech for his support after Mason fractured his skull last January. (Talksport)
Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi was serenaded by his Belgium team-mates as he celebrated his 24th birthday at a squad dinner.