Rapinoe to Real
US Women's National Team star Megan Rapinoe may be Real Madrid's first Galactica.
Madrid acquired Spanish women's side CD Tacon last seasons and are looking for a marquee signing.
Inter 'keeper Dekic to leave in January
The Nerazzurri received offers for the 20-year-old Serb this summer but want to be sure he'll get game-time wherever he goes, according to Sempre Inter.
He will leave in January, after six months of extensive training, says the report.
Neville says City need signings
Gary Neville says Manchester City must strengthen in defense if they are to challenge for trophies this season.
The defending Premier League champions have something of a crisis at the back and have had to resort to playing Fernandinho in central defense.
Neville says manager Pep Guardiola will know that's not good enough and rubbished the coach's claims City can't afford replacements.
Perisic was hurt when Man Utd transfer collapsed
He is hoping to make his stay in Bavaria permanent, but still regrets missing out on a move to Old Trafford.
"It was painful for me. But I don’t want to go into the details," he said.
Capello blasts Milan transfer business
Ex-England boss Fabio Capello has slammed another former employer's business this summer.
"It hurt me to see 200 million spent and not a single purchase that knows how to make a difference," he's quoted as saying by Calciomercato.
Liverpool fear losing Klopp to Germany
Klopp has so far rebutted attempts by the Liverpool board to make him one of the highest paid managers in England.
That has increased the fear amongst the Fenway Sports Group that he could be vulnerable to an approach from Germany when Low’s reign ends.
Arsenal ready for Ozil loan in January
The 30-year-old has two years left on his Gunners contract.
Lampard keeping tabs on Wigan's Gelhardt
Gelhardt made his debut last season and he scored 12 goals in 15 appearances for the England under-17 side.
He is yet to start a game for the Latics but scored his first goal against Hull City two weeks ago.
City after Foxes' Soyuncu
Manchester City are eyeing up Leicester City centre-back Caglar Soyuncu as Pep Guardiola looks to bolster his defensive options following injuries to Aymeric Laporte and John Stones, according to Fotospor.
The Turk has made 10 appearances for the Foxes since signing in 2018 and his perfromances have attracted the attention of the champions.
He has become a mainstay of the Turkish national team, making 25 appearances since making his debut in 2016.
Derby and Stoke eye Iceland international
The Icelandic midfielder helped guide Villa to promotion last season, but left the club prior to them starting their Premier League campaign.
The People now say Derby are leading the chase for his 31-year-old, but Stoke, who, like the Rams, have had a difficult start to the season are also in the hunt.
Maddison urged to stay with Leicester
The 22-year-old midfielder has been linked with a move to Old Trafford, but Adams doesn't believe a switch to the struggling United would benefit the former Norwich City man.
Man Utd will listen to Henderson offers
The England Under-21 goalkeeper, spending his second consecutive season on loan at Sheffield United, only signed a new contract at Old Trafford in the summer, but the club now see his future lying elsewhere.
No. 1 'keeper David De Gea recently signed a contract extension and now the Premier League giants are willing to cash in on the highly-regarded Henderson.
Arsenal prepared to pay for Ozil exit
Mesut Ozil is set to be sent away from Arsenal in January, and the London club are willing to pay part of his wages to tempt another team.
The ex-Germany international has had a bit-part role this season, but his weekly salary of a reported £350,000 ($430,000) is likely to scare off any interested parties.
The Mirror is now reporting that the Gunners will subsidise his wage in order to get a portion of it off the books, as he's made just one Premier League start this year.
Liverpool looking at Ajax star
Barca tried to sign Lindelof, says agent
Hasan Cetinkaya said of the La Liga champions' efforts to sign the United defender: "Lindelof was perhaps Man Utd's best player last season, and there was a lot of interest from clubs that are even better [than United] at the moment.
"When Matthijs de Ligt chose Juventus, Victor was pronounced Barcelona's first choice. His way of playing, his DNA, is very close to Barcelona's way of playing."
Wolves scouting Odegaard
Odegaard has been loaned from the Bernabeu to Real Sociedad this term and has caught the eye since the start of the season.
Juve after Meunier
Juve defender Mattia De Sciglio could even be used as a makeweight with Meunier out of contract at the end of the season and having been offered a new deal.
Napoli considered Balotelli move
In a bid to resolve their striker shortage, Napoli came close to offering Mario Balotelli a deal in the recent summer transfer window, while Real Madrid’s Mariano Diaz was also under consideration, reports Corriere dello Sport.
The Italian side, however, signed former Spurs striker Fernando Llorente, with Balotelli eventually joining Brescia, with the erratic Italian scoring against Napoli earlier today in his side’s 2-1 loss.
Paredes keen on Serie A return
The 25-year-old made the switch to the French champions at the beginning of the year, but has found himself down the pecking order after the arrival of fellow central midfielders Ander Herrera and Idrissa Gueye.
Barcelona remain keen on De Ligt
Celtic to bring in more players in January
The Scottish champions are currently top of the Scottish Premiership, one point ahead of rivals Rangers, and Lennon has revealed that head of recruitment Nick Hammond is working hard behind the scenes in an attempt to bring in fresh faces.
Schalke interested in Atalanta's Gosens
But German side Schalke are in need of defenders, and Gosens has been identified as their number one target, with the Atalanta man scoring in their latest 4-1 victory over Sassuolo.
DC United chasing Foderingham
Sarri preferred Rabiot over Isco
Lampard keeping tabs on Wigan youngster
The 17-year-old is regarded as one of the most promising players for the future of English football, and Frank Lampard is keen to add him to the club's already talented list of youngsters.
Gelhardt is yet to start a game for Wigan in the Championship this season, but came off the bench to score the equaliser in their 2-2 draw at Hull earlier this month.
Mourinho nearing Madrid return
Zidane has come under increasing pressure this season for his team's performances, despite guiding his side to the top of the table after seven games.
But the Sunday Times are reporting that former Chelsea and Man Utd boss Mourinho is still in the running to take over, with the Portuguese keen to return to management after being out of the game for the longest period of his career.
Wolves eyeing Odegaard
Dortmund join race for Brescia youngster
Can to be given second chance
Southgate to replace Pochettino?
Spurs have lined up England manager Gareth Southgate as a replacement for Mauricio Pochettino, should the Argentinian leave north London.
Spurs should replace Eriksen with Maddison - Le Tissier
Eriksen is in the final year of his Spurs contract, with talks of a move to Man Utd or Real Madrid continuing to grow as a new deal is not signed in North London.
Le Tissier thinks Maddison, who is enjoying an excellent season for the Foxes, would be 'ideal' for Tottenham if Eriksen departed.
"He (Maddison) is a player that would be on the radar of a team like Spurs, especially if they were to lose Christian Eriksen," Le Tissier told Sky Sports.
"You look at James Maddison and he would be a pretty ideal replacement. I think this boy has got everything in his locker.
"He has been quite unfortunate that he has not already been capped by England. I really do think that his performances at Leicester warranted him making his debut before he actually got in the squad."
Longstaff focused on Newcastle despite being flattered by Man Utd links
Talented English midfielder Sean Longstaff is focused on Newcastle United, despite rumoured interest from Manchester United.
The 21-year-old broke into the Magpies team during last season and was reportedly a target for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he looked to sign British players for his squad.
But despite all the headlines featuring his name, Longstaff insists he has just been working hard to get back from the knee injury he suffered against West Ham in March.
"You’re seeing stuff about yourself on the telly and the next day I’m in the gym and I can’t even step on to a box that’s the height of my shin, or get up the stairs without grabbing on to something," Longstaff told the Times.
"[The Man Utd interest is] not really something for me to comment on. It’s between the clubs.
"I was flattered to get my name mentioned in those conversations but, like my dad says, 'Sport’s got a funny way of dragging you back down to earth'."
Man Utd target Aubameyang says he is 'happy' at Arsenal
Arsenal star Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has ignored speculation of a move to Manchester United, instead insisting 'it's time to win trophies' at the Emirates.
The Gabonese striker has been a shining light for the Gunners since joining in January 2018, scoring 48 goals in 72 appearances, including six from six in the league this season.
Despite links of a move to Old Trafford, the 30-year-old reiterating his desire to bring silverware to North London.
"I feel that we can change something in this club and we will try. Now it's time to win trophies," Aubameyang was quoted by The Mirror on Sky Sports.
"I'm sure we can do it and I am honestly happy to be here.
"I feel very good. For the next few years we want to play at a high level and win trophies. That's what we are talking about."
Spurs concerned Poch sacking will help rivals
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy wants to give coach Mauricio Pochettino time to turn around the club's struggling start to the season.
Pochettino is under pressure following Spurs' inconsistent league form and the shock Carabao Cup defeat to Colchester - but still has four years left on his contract.
According to The Sun, Levy is worried that rival teams would benefit from picking up Pochettino as their manager, and is keen to give the Argentinian tactician a chance to sort through the issues at club.
Mandzukic not heading to Qatar
Veteran Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic will not be joining Al-Rayyan after the Qatari side suspended contract negotations.
The 33-year-old has fallen down the pecking order in Turin under Maurizio Sarri and was looking for a move to get first team football.
But Al-Rayyan used their Twitter account to reveal their pursuit of Mandzukic is now over.
The Croatian striker is also reportedly a target of Manchester United.
Bayern still interested in Sane transfer
Sane is hoping to accelerate his recovery from serious injury with an eye to returning to the field in January 2020.
And if he does make it back to full fitness Bayern are ready to make a fresh bid for his services after courting him over the summer prior to his setback.
Alexis cuts ties with ex-Man Utd colleagues
The Chilean marked his full debut with Inter, where he will spend the current season on loan, with a goal before being sent off early in the second half.
But while he remains officially on the United books he no longer speaks to his Old Trafford team-mates, unlike Chris Smalling, who remains in touch via WhatsApp from his new home in Rome.
Van Bronckhorst given Man City role
West Ham put £100m price tag on Man Utd & City target Rice
United attempted to sign England international over summer
West Ham are hoping to ward off interest in star asset Declan Rice by slapping a £100 million ($123m) price tag on the player, claims the Express.
United tried to tempt West Ham into a sale last summer, only to see their efforts rebuffed.
Liverpool fear losing Klopp to Germany
Klopp has three years remaining on his current deal at Anfield, which Liverpool are keen to extend.
But the club believe that they will not be able to convince him to stay should the opportunity to succeed Joachim Low arise.