Transfer gossip: Aguero, Sanchez, Kane, Alli, Conte, Martial, Koeman

Football gossip

AC Milan will make an £80m move for Manchester City's Argentina forward Sergio Aguero, 29, in January. (Sun on Sunday)

The Italian club's hopes of signing Aguero could be helped if Manchester City succeed with a £20m bid for Arsenal and Chile forward Alexis Sanchez, 28, in the January transfer window. (Mail on Sunday)

Arsenal are planning to move for Manchester United's France forward Anthony Martial, 21, as replacement for Sanchez. (Sunday Mirror)

The Gunners also want Everton's 19-year-old forward Ademola Lookman. (Sun on Sunday)

Tottenham's 24-year-old striker Harry Kane and midfielder Dele Alli, 21, are both interesting Real Madrid as the Spanish giants plan their list of potential signings. (Marca)

Former Italy midfielder Andrea Pirlo, 38, says he may retire from playing when his contract at New York City FC expires in December. (La Gazzetta dello Sport - in Italian)

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is considering leaving the Premier League champions at the end of the season and returning home to Italy. (Sunday Express)

Chelsea target Alex Sandro, 26, is set to sign a new deal with Italian club Juventus which will match the wages the Blues offered the Brazil left-back in the summer. (La Gazzetta dello Sport, via Mail on Sunday)

Everton manager Ronald Koeman, whose side have won once in six Premier League games, has been given until the end of October to save his job. (The People)

Liverpool are set to make a move for 26-year-old Napoli and Algeria left-back Faouzi Ghoulam, who is also attracting interest from Manchester City. (Sunday Express)

West Ham United are hoping to beat Liverpool to the signing of Anderlecht's £7m-rated Poland striker Lukasz Teodorczyk, 26. (Sunday Mirror)

Bournemouth will sell DR Congo striker Benik Afobe, 24, in the January transfer window, with West Brom and Wolves interested in signing him. (Sun on Sunday)

Real Madrid's Spain defender Sergio Ramos, 31, has signed a contract extension with the club, which was done in private and runs until June 2021. (Marca)

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Chelsea manager Antonio Conte could leave the club at the end of the season to return to his native Italy

Meanwhile

Liverpool's owners have put a £1bn price tag on the club after preliminary buy-out talks. (Sunday Mirror)

England players are thought to be unimpressed with the reported choice of hotel for next year's World Cup in Russia, across a stretch of water from Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland. (Star on Sunday)

The Football Association was first informed of a possible links between football and dementia at least 22 years ago. (Sunday Telegraph)

Liverpool head of physiotherapy Andy Renshaw, who was only appointed to first-team duties 15 months ago, has left his position. (Sunday Telegraph)

Newcastle forward Ayoze Perez has played down the training ground bust-up between defender Jamaal Lascelles and midfielder Mohamed Diame, insisting there is a "great team spirit" at the club. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino is pursuing former club Alaves for unpaid bonuses that he believes should reach 500,000 euros. (Independent)

Everton's Yannick Bolasie, sidelined since December by a serious knee injury, has revealed how the support of the club's fans has helped him. The 28-year-old DR Congo winger has started working with the ball again as his recovery continues. (Liverpool Echo)

Manchester United full-back Matteo Darmian believes team-mate David de Gea has eclipsed Juventus' Gianluigi Buffon as the best goalkeeper in the world. (Manchester Evening News)

The best of Saturday's gossip

Chelsea's Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 25, is refusing to sign a new contract as he seeks a move to Real Madrid. Courtois' Stamford Bridge deal expires in 2019. (Marca)

Tottenham are confident midfielder Dele Alli, 21, will sign a new deal with the club which will see his wages rise from about £50,000 a week to £80,000 a week. (Daily Telegraph)

Manchester United are interested in signing Napoli's Belgium forward Dries Mertens, 30. (Calcio Mercato - in Italian)

Marouane Fellaini is out of contract at the end of this season but Manchester United are confident of agreeing a new two-year deal with the 29-year-old Belgium midfielder. (Daily Mirror)

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