Striker Sergio Aguero, 28, and defender Vincent Kompany, 30, are facing uncertain futures at Manchester City. (Mirror)
Manchester United will look to sell 26-year-old right-back Matteo Darmian in January, with 18-year-old Timothy Fosu-Mensah earmarked as the club's future first-choice. (Times - subscription required)
West Ham will have police inside the London Stadium for Wednesday's EFL Cup match against Chelsea after resolving radio communication issues at the £700m ground.(Sky Sports)
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has rejected foreign bids to buy the club since relegation to the Championship, and remains determined not to sell. (Telegraph)
Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone wants a move to the Premier League, and could leave the Spanish club before his contract expires in 2018. (Mirror)
Tottenham hope to agree a new contract with defender Jan Vertonghen, 29, in the next few weeks. (Evening Standard)
Inter Milan are considering making a move for 31-year-old Manchester City defender Pablo Zabaleta in January. (ESPN)
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino wants greater control of the club's transfer policy and has told chairman Daniel Levy he does not want a direct replacement for departing head of recruitment Paul Mitchell. (Times - subscription required)
Nottingham Forest chairman Fawaz Al-Hasawi made corruption allegations about English football in an interview on Kuwaiti TV in March. He said managers in the country "take under the table a lot" and described them as "brokers". (Sun)
Chelsea will send scouts to watch Middlesbrough's 23-year-old defender Ben Gibson face Arsenal on Saturday. (Mail)
Liverpool defender Joe Gomez, 19, is a January loan target for Huddersfield and Bournemouth.(Liverpool Echo)
Former referee Howard Webb says Sunderland manager David Moyes "gave me the most stick" during his career.(Goal)
Former Chelsea and West Ham striker Carlton Cole, 33, has returned to England and is looking for a new club after a short spell with American third-tier side Sacramento Republic. (Sacramento Bee)
Another former Chelsea and West Ham player - midfielder Joe Cole - has been nominated for the Golden Ball award, given to the best player in the American second tier. The 34-year-old plays for Tampa Bay Rowdies.(Telegraph)
Juventus' 38-year-old goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon described the sale of AC Milan and Inter Milan to Chinese investors as "the defeat of Italian football". (Guardian)
Everton have sent scouts to watch Sporting Lisbon centre-back Ruben Semedo, 22. (A Bola, via Talksport)
Sam Allardyce was at Old Trafford to watch Manchester United beat Fenerbahce in the Europa League, in his first public appearance since addressing the media after leaving his post as England manager. (Guardian)
Hull City owners Assem and Ehab Allam remain open to offers from potential investment groups, despite a £130m takeover bid being tabled by one Chinese consortium. (Hull Daily Mail)
Burnley defender Michael Keane, 23, has not been distracted by talk of a move away from Turf Moor, according to boss Sean Dyche. (Burnley Express)
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Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson found himself in the rare position of celebrating a goal scored against his former side, when Robin van Persie netted a consolation goal for Fenerbahce at Old Trafford. (Metro)