• Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is eyeing West Ham's Issa Diop as a possible solution to Manchester United's defensive woes.
  • Manchester United chief Ed Woodward was paid more than any other Premier League director last season after earning £3.2m.
  • West Ham has ruled out a move for Marouane Fellaini.
  • Chelsea is in talks to sign Dries Mertens on a free transfer next summer.
  • Harry Maguire is set to become Manchester United's permanent skipper with Ashley Young seemingly ready to leave Old Trafford for Inter Milan.
  • Gareth Southgate has no plans to speak with Jamie Vardy over changing his mind about retiring from international football in the wake of Harry Kane's hamstring rupture.
  • Eddie Nketiah's proposed move to Bristol City is in doubt after interest emerged from two Premier League clubs - Aston Villa and Norwich.
  • Bruno Fernandes' agents met with Manchester United executives at the club's London headquarters on Friday as they explore a transfer for this month which could entail players going the other way.
  • Liverpool have shifted Roberto Firmino's place in the Anfield dressing room in order to accommodate new arrival Takumi Minamino.
  • Leeds want £15m-rated forward Che Adams but Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl wants to keep him as cover.
  • Newcastle are prepared to allow Dwight Gayle to leave on loan but with a £20m obligation to buy.
  • Celtic are expected to watch Stoke City striker Tyrese Campbell on Saturday ahead of a potential move.
  • West Brom are talking to a number of banks in the City of London to try and secure extra investment to pass on to Slaven Bilic for strengthening his squad.
  • Fulham have expressed an interest in Huddersfield defender Terence Kongolo.
  • Middlesbrough are keen on goalkeeper Dejan Stojanovic, currently playing in Switzerland with St Gallen, who have scouted Liverpool's young stopper Shamal George.
  • Cardiff City have seen a £2.3m bid for Wigan striker Kieffer Moore turned down.
  • Tottenham have made contact with Lyon star Moussa Dembele as they look to find cover for Harry Kane.
  • Diego Maradona has admitted his Argentina team-mates were left as sick to the stomach as England's players after his 'Hand of God' goal at the 1986 World Cup.