Transfer gossip: Ronaldo, Pogba, Traore, Reus, Borini

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TRANSFER GOSSIP

Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 29, would like to "come back" to Manchester United one day because the club remains in his heart. (Daily Mail) 

Manchester United are looking to put together a £60m bid to bring Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, 21, back to Old Trafford next summer. (Daily Express) 

Manchester United failed in a deadline-day bid to land Barcelona forward Adama Traore, 18. (Talksport) 

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is interested in Germany midfielders Marco Reus, 25, and Sami Khedira, 27, who play for Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid respectively. (Caught Offside) 

Paul Pogba

Could Paul Pogba be on his way back to Manchester United next year?

Liverpool striker Fabio Borini, 23, is already being targeted by Inter Milan for a move during the January transfer window. (Daily Express) 

Joel Campbell's agent has criticised Arsene Wenger after the Arsenal manager rejected an offer for the 22-year-old forward to join Benfica on deadline day. (Daily Star) 

Colorado Rapids are closing in on the signing of former England defender Zat Knight, 34, who is a free agent after leaving Bolton Wanderers. (MLS) 

OTHER GOSSIP

Thibaut Courtois

Chelsea are reportedly poised to secure Thibaut Courtois on a long-term contract

Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley bought the rights to rename Glasgow Rangers' Ibrox Stadium for £1 two years ago. (Daily Record) 

Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo also says he would "love" for his four-year-old son Cristiano Jnr to become a footballer when he grows up. (Daily Telegraph) 

Liverpool right-back Jon Flanagan, 21, will sign a new four-year contract to remain at Anfield. (Sun - subscription required) 

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie, 29, has welcomed the arrival of fellow forward Radamel Falcao, 28, at Old Trafford. (Daily Star) 

Manchester City right-back Bacary Sagna, 31, says he "boosted" his career by leaving Arsenal in the summer. (Sun - subscription required) 

Former Manchester United goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel has backed new captain Wayne Rooney, 28, to maintain the club's soul, despite the departure of players who came through the youth system. (Manchester Evening News) 

Spain coach Vicente del Bosque says he does not have enough alternative players for a "revolution" of the team that went out in the group stage of the 2014 World Cup. (Independent) 

West Brom striker Saido Berahino, 21, has been backed to rediscover his form by England Under-21 coach Gareth Southgate. (Daily Star)  

Liverpool centre-back Kolo Toure, 33, is happy to wait for his chance at Anfield, despite not being selected so far this season. (Liverpool Echo) 

Monaco fans want refunds on their season tickets after strikers Radamel Falcao and James Rodriguez left the club in the summer transfer window. (Guardian) 

England could host two European Championship Finals in the space of just eight years after reaching an outline deal with Germany. (Daily Mirror) 

Benoit Assou-Ekotto's future is in doubt after the defender, 30, was left out of Tottenham's Premier League squad. (Daily Mail) 

Former Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood believes his old club are a striker short of challenging for the top four this season. (Talksport)

Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 22, is set to sign a new contract at Chelsea. (Daily Mirror) 

Kenny Jackett says a return to hometown club Watford was never on the cards and he is fully focused on remaining as Wolverhampton Wanderers manager. (Birmingham Mail) 

United States boss Jurgen Klinsmann believes his team should be aiming to reach the semi-finals at the 2018 World Cup. (Daily Mail) 

Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri insists he has no regrets over failing to land striker Radamel Falcao during the transfer window. (FourFourTwo) 

AND FINALLY

On-loan Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo, 29, got off to a difficult start at new club Valencia - after he was booed by fans at his own official welcome, after refusing to kiss the team's badge. (Independent) 

At an awards ceremony in Amsterdam, new Real Sociedad striker Alfred Finnbogason received the prize for finishing as the top goalscorer in the Dutch Eredivisie last season - and promptly fainted on stage. (Marca)