• Arsenal is reportedly ready to fight it out with Manchester City for Real Madrid playmaker Isco.
  • Manchester City is among the clubs tracking Romanian starlet Florinel Coman.
  • Gareth Bale was pictured leaving a Real Madrid match early when he was caught on camera exiting the win over Leganes inside the final 10 minutes on Wednesday night.
  • Gerard Pique has dismissed suggestions that Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann have clashed in Barcelona.
  • Juventus are preparing a £35m move for RB Salzburg's Erling Braut Haaland.
  • Roma has opened talks with Manchester United over a permanent deal for Chris Smalling.
  • Manchester United have been given the green light to pursue a deal for Juventus midfielder Emre Can.
  • Wes Brown has claimed Jack Grealish or James Maddison would be perfect playmakers for Manchester United.
  • Crystal Palace is among the teams interested in taking Liverpool forward Rhian Brewster on loan this season.
  • Manuel Pellegrini has confirmed Jack Wilshere will miss Saturday's clash against Newcastle after the midfielder picked up another setback.
  • The unprecedented possibility of Liverpool fielding two separate sides in two separate continents on the same night, or within 24 hours of each other, has been discussed as a potential solution to the club's mounting fixture congestion.
  • Wolves are "ready to invest" once the January transfer window opens, says chairman Jeff Shi. (Birmingham Mail)
  • Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder believes Eddie Howe "might not have wanted" to sell Lys Mousset to the Blades in the summer. (Bournemouth Echo)
  • Lee Cattermole says a return to Sunderland in a coaching capacity isn't on his radar - but he is keen on a move back to England in the future. (Sunderland Echo)
  • Everton has fast-tracked the development of 16-year-old English midfielder Tyler Onyango. (Liverpool Echo)
  • The Czech Republic holding midfielder Alex Kral is heavily linked with a move to the Premier League - and Norwich City has been mooted as a possible destination. (The Pink Un)
  • Crystal Palace has revealed £15-20m plans to redevelop its academy in a bid to become the first club in south London to secure Category One status. (Evening Standard)