Arsenal are considering a £15m move for Club Brugge striker Wesley Moraes in January, with Fiorentina and Valencia also keen on the 22-year-old Brazilian. (Sun)
Real Madrid have agreed personal terms with Chelsea and Belgium playmaker Eden Hazard, and hope to sign the 27-year-old in the summer. (Onda Madrid)
Paris St-Germain and Brazil forward Neymar, 26, has hinted he would like to play in the Premier League. (YouTube)
Wolves are keen to sign Japan winger Shoya Nakajima from Portuguese side Portimonense in January, with Leicester and Southampton also interested in the 24-year-old. (Daily Mail)
Aston Villa are favourites to sign Burnley and England goalkeeper Tom Heaton, who is third choice at Turf Moor. (Daily Mirror)
Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa has ruled out moves for Burnley's Heaton, 32, and Newcastle's Freddie Woodman, 21, as he searches for a new goalkeeper. (Daily Mirror)
Cardiff are planning a move to re-sign English midfielder Jordon Mutch. The out-of-favour Crystal Palace player, 27, has spent the past nine months on loan at Major League Soccer side Vancouver Whitecaps. (Sun)
Lyon owner Jean-Michel Aulas wants to sort the future of France forward Nabil Fekir by Christmas. The 25-year-old's proposed summer move to Liverpool fell through. (Le Progres)
Chelsea are in talks with Napoli to sign Albania right back Elseid Hysaj, 24. (Calciomercato)
Inter Milan could try to sign 29-year-old Manchester United and Italy full-back Matteo Darmian next year, after failing with a loan bid last summer. (Gazzetta dello Sport)
Manchester United are eyeing £20m-rated Galatasaray centre-back Ozan Kabak. Arsenal, Roma and Inter Milan are also reportedly interested in the 18-year-old. (Sun)
Real Madrid midfielder Mateo Kovacic - currently on loan at Chelsea - is unlikely to return to the Bernabeu. The Blues are interested in signing the 24-year Croatia international on a permanent deal but face competition from Tottenham.
Arsenal chose Unai Emery as Arsene Wenger's successor over Mikel Arteta in part because he praised the club's players and did not demand a major overhaul. (Daily Telegraph)
Marcus Evans has put Ipswich Town up for sale for £35m but is finding it tough to secure a buyer as he is not prepared to write off the near £100m debt owed to him. (Sun)
Mike Ashley is not convinced Peter Kenyon has the funds to complete a £300m takeover of Newcastle United. (Daily Mail)
Former Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has been confirmed as the new CEO of AC Milan. (Sky Sports)
New Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari says it is not up to him whether the club make any signings in the January transfer window.
New Republic of Ireland manager Mick McCarthy will try to convince West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, 19, not to switch allegiance to England.
Jeddah in Saudi Arabia will host the Italian Supercoppa clash between Juventus and AC Milan on January 16. (Sun)
Crystal Palace have been forced to make changes at their Beckenham training ground after it was given a zero hygiene rating by health inspectors and found to be infested with mice. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United have been dealt a blow as transfer target Marko Arnautovic faces time out due to injury. (Daily Express)
Former FIFA executive Rafael Salguero, who has been sentenced for corruption, claims he was offered "hundreds of thousands of dollars" in return for his 2018 World Cup vote. (Daily Telegraph)
Anthony Stokes and Lee Erwin have been reported to FIFA after quitting Iran's Tractor Sazi, being accused of telling "lies" by the club's managing director.