Gossip: Terry, Oscar, Sturridge, Ozil, Vertonghen, Toure, Moyes, Mignolet, Carrick
Chelsea captain John Terry is wanted by Andre Villas-Boas for a reunion in China. Former Blues boss Villas-Boas is now in charge of Super League club Shanghai SIPG and hopes to sign the 35-year-old. (Daily Mirror)
Inter Milan are preparing to bid for Chelsea midfielder Oscar, 25, having tried to sign him before he joined the Londoners for £25m in 2012 - Chelsea will expect to recoup their fee if he is to leave. (Evening Standard)
Sunderland manager David Moyes says he will not leave the club to coach Scotland if Gordon Strachan leaves the national job. (Daily Star)
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is weighing up a January move for Roma midfielder Leandro Paredes, 22. (Sun)
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet says he "won't accept" being a substitute. The 28-year-old last played in the Premier League in September. (Limburg TV via Daily Star)
Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has been urged to restart his career at Marseille by his brother Kolo. The 33-year-old, who has played just once this season, would benefit from a "change of scenery", according to his older brother. (Manchester Evening News)
Manchester United midfielder Michael Carrick believes he can make a telling contribution this season but, at 35, admits he must be "realistic" about the prospect of leaving the club next summer. (Daily Express)
Defender Jan Vertonghen, 29, is set to sign a new contract at Tottenham but new deals for goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, 29, and striker Harry Kane, 23, have been shelved. (Daily Mirror)
Tottenham are considering a move for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge, 27, in the January transfer window. (Bleacher Report)
Liverpool are monitoring FC Rostov striker Sardar Azmoun, 21, but his agent says there have been no firm offers yet. (Liverpool Echo)
Liverpool great Steve Heighway believes the club's legendary manager Bill Shankly would approve of the way the current side are playing under Jurgen Klopp. (Daily Telegraph)
Wales manager Chris Coleman is wanted by two Chinese Super League clubs willing to offer lucrative deals. (Sun)
Sunderland midfielder Didier Ndong has explained why he was declared absent from international duty and subsequently sent home from Gabon. The 22-year-old says he was caught up in the "euphoria" of his wife giving birth. (Chronicle Live)
Former Arsenal winger Robert Pires believes Mesut Ozil, 28, is taking on Dennis Bergkamp's role of being the team's attacking "maestro" but must sign a new contract if he is to become a club legend. (Evening Standard)
Chelsea could recall defender Nathan Ake, 21, from his loan spell at Bournemouth because of a lack of playing time. (Daily Star)
Former Manchester United winger Jesper Blomqvist believes out-of-favour midfielder Henrik Mkhitaryan, 27, will settle in at Old Trafford and make an impact. (MUTV via ESPN)
The Old Trafford side could be without seven senior players for Saturday's Premier League game against Arsenal. (Daily Telegraph)
Former Liverpool defender Phil Babb has revealed his tried-and-tested method for nullifying Cristiano Ronaldo - a full-blooded forearm chop.(Daily Mail)
Former international Graeme le Saux will be part of the FA panel that will appoint the next England manager. (Times - subscription required)
Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane has dealt Manchester United's hopes of signing him a blow by stating he wants to remain with the La Liga club for the rest of his career. (Le Figaro via Daily Star)
Paris St-Germain full-back Serge Aurier, 23, would start if he was at Manchester United or Arsenal, according to his former Ivory Coast boss Sabri Lamouchi. The former Toulouse player has been linked with a move away from the French champions. (L'Equipe via Daily Mirror)
Croatian football legend Davor Suker, who is now the president of the Croatian Football Federation, took time out before Tuesday's friendly against Northern Ireland in Belfast to visit the grave of George Best. (Belfast Telegraph)
Best of social media
Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez was in thoughtful mood on Instagram, posting this image along with the message: "Be so strong that no-one can hurt you, so remarkable that no-one can offend, so humble that everyone can admire and so original that no-one can imitate you."
Buoyed by his two goals for the Netherlands over the weekend, Memphis Depay tweeted an image of him signing a Manchester United shirt for a fan along with the message "better not find it on eBay. #NothingWithoutMyFans"
Belgium shared their own version of the mannequin challenge on Instagram. Eden Hazard, Christian Benteke and Jan Vertonghen were among those involved for the Red Devils.
Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva used Instagram to post a message of encouragement for defender Joe Gomez, 19. He wrote: "Yes Joe Gomez lad !! Getting fitter and stronger everyday. Happy for you." Gomez has not played a competitive fixture in 13 months after suffering an anterior cruciate ligament injury while playing for England Under-21s.
Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker posted an image of him with a meticulously packed suitcase on Twitter and implied he was ready to feature for Arsene Wenger's side for the first time this season. The 32-year-old has been out since damaging his knee in pre-season. Mertesacker wrote: "Rehab couldn't have gone better but now all packed and ready to come back home to the team!"
Prince Harry's girlfriend, actress Meghan Markle, could star as Jamie Vardy's wife in the film of his life. (Leicester Mercury)
Newcastle's overseas contingent are getting to grips with life in the north east by learning the local lingo - and a poster with key phrases is up on the wall of coach Mikel Antia. (Daily Mail)
Supporters tend to ponder why the unsung hero at their chosen club does not get the England recognition he deserves. A detailed look at the stats from the 2016-17 season has revealed the best England XI available from uncapped players. (Sky Sports)