Arsenal unwilling to sell Nketiah permanently
City target signs contract extension
Louis Vuitton owner considering Milan bid
The report suggests he's be willing to pay €1 billion (£890m/$1.1b) for the Italian giants.
Arnault, a Frenchman, is considered to be the third-richest man in the world, and has been linked with the Rossoneri before.
Allardyce in line for Sunderland role
Former England boss Sam Allardyce has been named as someone who may take a role with Sunderland should a rumoured takeover happen at the club.
Allardyce, who has managed the Black Cats before, would prefer to take up the same position, but incumbent Jack Ross is likely to remain in the dugout.
Allardyce would be more likely to become director of football, says The Sun.
Meslier open to extending Leeds loan spell
20-year-old goalkeeper Illan Meslier is willing to stay with Leeds United for longer than his current year-lonf loan agreement.
The L'Orient player told Ouest France he would stay, but only if he's getting regular game time.
“If I play in the Championship, and the club activates the option to buy, I would stay without a problem," Meslier said
Pulis has received managerial offers
"I just feel at times you need a bit of a break and rest,” Pulis told Sky Sports’ Goals on Sunday.
“There have been a couple of good offers. It's just been a decision which I felt was right for me.”
Hazard and Courtois want Kante at Real
Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois have encouraged Real Madrid to sign their former Chelsea team-mate N’Golo Kante.
However, the French midfielder has distanced himself from these rumours.
"It's rewarding to be wanted by big clubs, when coaches want you in their project it's nice,” he told the Athletic.
"But I'm happy with my choices and feel good at Chelsea. I'm planning for the next season at Chelsea."
Ainsworth in talks to become new Lincoln manager
Wycombe Wanderers manager Gareth Ainsworth is in talks to become the new Lincoln City manager, despite turning down their initial offer.
The former Imps player is believed to be the club’s preferred choice to replace Darren Cowley, but according to the MailOnline, Newport County manager Michael Flynn has also been interviewed for the role.
Messi requests increased Fati release clause
Lionel Messi has implored the Barcelona hierarchy to increase youngster Ansu Fati’s release clause.
The 16-year-old has made a sensational start to the 2019/20 season and has netted two in three league matches.
Celtic to let defender leave for Portugal on loan
The Portuguese transfer window doesn't close until September 21, almost three weeks after the rest of Europe.
Santa Clara, Tondela and Vitoria Guimaraes are the teams that Team Talk says may be landing places for Hendry.
Barca and Madrid eye Van Dijk and Klopp
Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona are eyeing Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp and star defender Virgil van Dijk.
AS say that neither club is happy with their current managers, or defences and may raid the European Champions to solve their problems.
A deal for either man would be difficult, but that won't stop the pursuit, says the report.
Real have budget to add another galactico
Their primary target will be Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe, according to the Spanish paper.
The accounts, set to be approved by the board on Sunday, will show €156 million (£139m/$174m) in cash with the potential for another €285m in loans.
Lennon confirms Celtic were interested in Wanyama
Wanyama remains with the Premier League club despite seemingly not having a role to play this season.
"There was interest, but it never got off the ground," Lennon said.
Man Utd and Arsenal to compete for Pye signing
Mandzukic poised for Qatar swap
Everton monitor Marseille’s Kamara
The midfielder has also been linked with a move to Manchester United and Barcelona and despite signing a recent contract extension to 2022, admitted he could be tempted by a move away from the Ligue 1 club upon its conclusion.
"In football, you never know,” said Kamara. “I do not know what will happen at the end of the season, in two years. I’m proud to be here, it’s an honor. I am very happy.”
Leeds wary of losing Klich
Bonifazi in talks over new deal
The defender has made an excellent start to the campaign and has already scored two goals in 2019/20.
Bonifazi only joined Torino in the summer and agreed a deal through to 2022, but that could be extended by one or two years.
Dubravka close to contract extension
Martin Dubravka has revealed he is close to agreeing a new deal at Newcastle United.
"I’m happy here,” the goalkeeper told the ChronicleLive. "Since I came here, people have treated me really well. I can say that I feel at home here.
“I’m glad that people think that I can stay here for the longer term. It’s such a big honour for me.
"Hopefully, we can keep our players in the squad, our leaders, and we can build on this. We’re in talks. I’m close. That’s what I can say."
Mings surprised by fee paid by Villa
“Was I surprised by the figures? Yes, I was,” the defender said. “I knew Bournemouth wanted the money back for players they had signed, so I thought the figure would have been about £15m or £16m.
“Everyone would have looked at that and said: ‘That’s probably a good deal’. Then it went up to whatever it went up to in the end and people were looking at it thinking: ‘I don’t know whether we have had our pants pulled down here’.”
Man Utd eye move for Muriqi
They are reporting that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is considering a January move for the striker given the Red Devil’s lack of attacking options.
Muriqi has impressed this season for Fenerbahce since his summer transfer to the Turkish club, and has netted twice in his opening three league games.
Liverpool open up Mane talks
Abate rejects Qatar offer
Diaz allowed to leave in January
One stumbling block will, however, involve his wages, meaning the striker would have to take a pay cut to make the switch to either Italian side.
Allardyce to return to management?
Sam Allardyce is keen on making a comeback to management, and has his sights set on a return to Sunderland, reports The Sun.
The former England manager is ready to take on the Black Cats one more time, and could return to the club after their reported imminent takeover from American consortium MSD Partners.
Solskjaer sends warning to Rashford and Lingard
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has issued a warning to both Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard, with the Man Utd boss telling the pair to focus on football instead of fashion.
According to The Sun, Solskjaer has been backed up by number two Mike Phelan, with the management team concerned that the duo are not fully concentrated on giving their all to the team this season.
Hudson-Odoi closing in on new deal
The 18-year-old looks set to follow in the footsteps of fellow England youngsters Mason Mount and Ruben Loftus-Cheek, who have recently signed new deals with the Blues.
Hudson-Odoi returned to action on Friday night for Chelsea's U23s after spending four months out with a ruptured achilles.
Milan keeping an eye on Everton Soares
Man Utd join race to land Benfica youngster
The 20-year-old signed a new contract with the Portuguese side earlier this summer, but is believed to be wanted by both Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Pep Guardiola.
The Man Utd boss reportedly sent scouts to watch Luis and his team-mate Ruben Dias earlier this month, with the former likened to Chelsea holding midfielder N'Golo Kante.
Udinese set price for Milan target
United to offer Lindelof new deal
The defender had reportedly been linked with a move to Barcelona in the summer transfer window, but the 25-year-old now looks set to remain at the club for several more years, having already played a key role alongside Harry Maguire this season.
Juventus join race to land Parrott signature
The teenage striker has impressed Mauricio Pochettino in training after coming through the academy, and has also been on fine form on the international stage, scoring three goals for the Republic of Ireland U21 side in their two Euro qualifiers last week.
Newcastle looking for wingers this winter
Hull City sign Norbert Balogh on free transfer
Hull City have signed Hungary international striker Norbert Balogh on a free transfer.
The club announced the move on Saturday ahead of their 2-2 draw with Wigan.
Ancelotti: Mertens must get new contract
Carlo Ancelotti wants Napoli to hand Dries Mertens a new contract quickly.
The Belgian netted both goals in a 2-0 win over Sampdoria on Saturday, and his manager does not want to see the club let his current deal, which runs on in nine months, run out.
“We have to hurry on the new contract," the manager told reporters. "We must move quickly as his contract expires in nine months."
Emery: I was with Garcia when he got sacked
Arsenal boss Unai Emery has revealed that he found out about Javi Gracia's sacking at the same time as the former Watford boss, with the managerial pair having randomly bumped into each other whilst in Spain.
Gracia was let go by the Hornets last week, with the club sitting bottom of the Premier League having failed to win any of their first four matches of the season. The Spaniard had, however, led the club to an 11th-place finish last term, as well as reaching the FA Cup final.
Messi's father meets with Inter Miami reps
Real to offer Kroos in swap deal for Pogba
Spanish side looking to make a deal this winter
Real couldn't agree a deal with United for wantaway World Cup winner Pogba in the summer but will instead dangle the former Bayern star in order to get their way as they believe the Premier League side are interested in the German.
Barca to sell Umtiti
Both Arsenal and Manchester United have been said to be interested in the Frenchman, whilst Juventus are suffering from the absence of Giorgio Chiellini, who suffered an ACL injury in the first match of the season and will be out for six months.
Juventus interested in Matic
Matic's contract expires at the end of the season, although United have an option to extend his deal by a further year.
The Serb has been left frustrated by his lack of playing time in the early stages of the season.
Manchester United watching Kosovo's Muriqi
Muriqi only moved to struggling Turkish giants Fenerbahce in the summer in a bargain £3.1 million but he started the season in impressive form.
Neymar promises PSG performances after scoring winner
Neymar said he is ready to perform for Paris Saint Germain after being booed during Saturday's win against Strasbourg.
Neymar said to L'Equipe: "We all know what happened (in the summer). I understand that it is very difficult for them (the fans).
"But from now on, I am a PSG player. If they want to whistle me, there is no problem. There are more than 25 players in the squad, you cannot focus on one."