• Paris Saint-Germain plans to scupper Manchester United's hopes of signing Kalidou Koulibaly by offering the Napoli center-back a £10m-plus yearly wage package.
  • Inter Milan want to secure Christian Eriksen from Tottenham in time for next weekend's match with Cagliari.
  • Atletico Madrid is considering Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette as a possible option with their move for Edinson Cavani stalling.
  • Layvin Kurzawa appears unlikely to leave Paris Saint-Germain in January because of their lack of left-back options.
  • Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are battling one another to secure the signing of Real Madrid defender Achraf Hakimi.
  • Iker Casillas will make a decision on his playing future in March after taking advice from his doctor.
  • Napoli regrets letting Carlo Ancelotti leave and would love to have him back from Everton to replace Gennaro Gattuso, who is considering resigning after only 35 days in the job.
  • Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez is happy to stay in Serie A despite being linked with Manchester City and Manchester United.
  • Arsenal striker Gabriel Martinelli is open to playing for Italy if his dream of playing for Brazil does not come to fruition.

  • Tottenham is ready to make a move for Leicester striker Islam Slimani, who is currently on loan with Monaco.
  • Former Everton midfielder Jose Baxter has been offered the chance to play in the United States with USL side Memphis 901, where Tim Howard is the sporting director.
  • Middlesbrough is hoping to sign West Ham midfielder Reece Oxford on loan.
  • Arsenal face competition from Lyon in the race to sign Bruno Guimaraes from Athletico Paranaense in Brazil.
  • Marcus Rashford, the Manchester United forward, is facing two to three months out with a double stress fracture in his back. (THE TIMES)
  • Aston Villa is "throwing everything" at a move for Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud. (DAILY STAR)
  • Crystal Palace is now the clear favorites to land Hearts prospect Aaron Hickey. (DAILY RECORD)
  • Officials from Celtic and Rangers hatched a plan to quit Scotland and move to English football in 2011, published secret emails have revealed. (SCOTTISH SUN)