Arsenal bid £8m for Ajax and Argentina star Nicolas Tagliafico ahead of a January move. (Sun)
Arsenal are being priced out of signing British players and will have to look overseas if they are to strengthen their squad in the next two transfer windows. (Daily Mail)
Hoffenheim's on-loan Arsenal forward Reiss Nelson, 18, has played down the chances of leaving the Gunners on a permanent basis to move to the Bundesliga. (Independent)
Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 29, "skipped team meetings before games or refused to run during the final training" to force through a move from Borussia Dortmund to the Gunners, according to the German club's former manager Peter Stoger. (Bulinews)
Paris St-Germain are interested in signing Manchester United and Chile forward Alexis Sanchez, 29, next summer. (Sun)
Chelsea are interested in signing AC Milan's 24-year-old Spanish forward Suso in January. (Tutto Mercato Web)
Newcastle United could face a struggle to keep English defender Jamaal Lascelles in January with Tottenham and Chelsea continuing to monitor the 24-year-old. (Newcastle Chronicle)
Brentford midfielder Lewis Macleod has rejected a new contract offer. (Daily Star)
Swansea and Derby County are eyeing up Portsmouth's £2m-rated winger Ronan Curtis. (Daily Star)
Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius' two-year loan move to Besiktas will not be cut short in January. (Liverpool Echo)
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho expects the club to sign a central defender in the January transfer window. (Manchester Evening News)
Juventus would be keen to sign Colombia playmaker James Rodriguez in January if Bayern Munich are willing to cut short the 27-year-old's loan deal from Real Madrid. (Daily Mail)
RB Leipzig head of recruitment and development Paul Mitchell also says RB Leipzig would be interested in signing Everton forward Ademola Lookman, who spent a stint on loan with the German club last season, if the 21-year-old ever leaves Goodison Park.
Belgium manager and former Everton boss Roberto Martinez is the favourite to become the next Real Madrid manager. (Daily Mail)
Tottenham players fear manager Mauricio Pochettino, who has been linked with Real Madrid and Manchester United, could leave the club next summer. (Daily Telegraph)
Real Madrid will double Pochettino's wages to £17m a year if they move for the 46-year-old Argentine, but are prepared to wait until the summer. (Sun)
Antonio Conte has ruled himself out of the running to take over at Real Madrid because he feels the project is not right for him. (Sky Sports)
Former Real Madrid player Michael Laudrup has turned down the chance to become manager of the Spanish club. (ESPN)
Manchester United will not hire a director of football unless manager Jose Mourinho approves the appointment. (ESPN)
RB Leipzig head of recruitment and development Paul Mitchell says there has been no contact with Manchester United about a possible director of football role at Old Trafford. (Manchester Evening News)
Chelsea coach Marco Ianni has been fined £6,000 by the Football Association after admitting improper conduct against Manchester United.
West Ham midfielder Declan Rice, 19, will commit to playing for England, rather than the Republic of Ireland.
Spurs have had to borrow an extra £237m from three different banks to get their new stadium finished. (Daily Mirror)
Dele Alli has signed a new five-and-a-half-year contract at Tottenham to remain at the club until 2024. (Sky Sports)
Wales winger Gareth Bale, 29, came top of a poll of Real Madrid fans asked who the team's worst performing player has been this season. (Marca)
UEFA have joined the Wembley pitch debate ahead of PSV's Champions League visit due to concerns over condition and safety. (Daily Mail)
Security minister Ben Wallace has told MPs a professional football club or clubs are under investigation for alleged money laundering.
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