Gracia set for new deal with Watford
The manager took over from Marco Silva in January and earned Premier League Manager of the Month in August.
Gracia is the 10th Watford head coach to work at the club since the Pozzo family acquired it in 2012, and it appears the club is nearing some stability with an extension.
New Burnley deal for Long
Brentford's Smith linked with Aston Villa job
John Terry would be appointed as Smith's No. 2 if the deal goes through.
Although Smith's hiring wouldn't be as high-profile as club ownership would like, the manager's attacking style is seen as a positive by those within the club.
Mourinho to observe Fiorentina's Milenkovic
Defoe: I won't rule out a return to MLS
Zidane Bayern links rejected
McGinn tight-lipped on Rodgers to Villa speculation
But the former St Mirren and Hibernian midfielder, in the national team squad for the Nations League game against Israel and the friendly with Portugal, refused to be drawn on whether he would like Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers to be named as Steve Bruce's replacement at Villa Park.Read more here!
Liverpool & Utd to fight for Ramsey
Ramsey, 27, saw a contract offer withdrawn by the Gunners after several months without movement and the Wales man is free to talk to new clubs as of January 1.
Real Madrid monitoring Sterling
Blancos eyeing one of Pep's key men
Sterling is in the final two years of his contract with the Premier League champions with no sign of an extension on the horizon.
Madrid, struggling for form since Cristiano Ronaldo's exit, feel they could get a good deal on the England attacker should City fail to tie him down.
In addition, Sterling has stated publicy that he would be open to a move abroad
Bonucci would love to coach Juventus
Leonardo Bonucci has admitted that he plans to follow Massimiliano Allegri's lead and coach Juventus.
The defender is a key part of the Juventus team who have recorded 10 wins from 10 games this season, but is already thinking about life after the game.
Bonucci aims to become a coach once he finishes his playing career and admits he would love to manage Juventus one day.
Saul rejects Barcelona advances
Bayern want Pepe and De Jong
Both players are contracted at their respective teams until 2022, so Bayern would have to pay big to bring them to Munich.
Alonso set to sign new Chelsea deal
Marcos Alonso has confirmed he is poised to sign a new contract at Chelsea in the "coming days".
The left-back told AS: "We are talking about it and the talks to renew are already advanced. If everything goes well, I think I will renew before the end of this month - in the coming days."
Chievo appoint former Italy boss Ventura
Rui Faria to take Aston Villa job with Terry as assistant
Faria stepped down from his United role in May and Villa's hierarchy now want the Portuguese and Terry to form a managerial dream team after ex-Arsenal striker Thierry Henry turned down the job.
Juventus to try again for Milinkovic-Savic
The Italian giants made their first approach for the Lazio midfielder two years ago, and again last summer, but Lazio slapped a €120 million (£105m/$137m) asking price on the star.
Nevertheless, Juve are undeterred and will try again at the end of the season as they attempt to recruit one of their most coveted transfer targets.
Lingard set for talks over bumper new Man Utd deal
Barca prioritise De Ligt move
Spurs & Arsenal enter Under race
Bayern join Nicolas Pepe chase
With the German giants suffering from a dip in form and many believing more quality needs brought in for the wings, the Ivorian could be a good fit as Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben enter the twilight of their respective careers.
The Bavarians would face tough competition for the 23-year-old's signature however, with Arsenal, Barcelona and Manchester United among the biggest names on a long list of clubs linked with the promising attacker.
Bayern refused Kovac's transfer wishes
The Bundesliga giants are struggling for form of late, with the finger being pointed at Kovac in the wake of a 3-0 defeat to Gladbach.
It is claimed that the hierarchy at the Allianz Arena flatly turned down Kovac's recommendations, stating that they did not suit Bayern's style.
Defensive names added to Barca wishlist
Closer to home, Athletic Bilbao stopper Unai Nunez, 21, is also said to have drawn interest from the Blaugrana, especially with coach Eduardo Berizzo using the youngster so sparingly this season.
England squad face unrest over commercial rights
The Three Lions are severing ties with 1966 Entertainment, with the FA having set up committee of seven players to see through the upcoming changes.
Concerns have been raised, however, that some individuals could be treated more favourably than others, while it has been said that players could be at risk of being sued by 1966.
Perez wants Davinson Sanchez at Madrid
While Perez wants to land the centre-back, he is struggling with the idea of entering negotiations with Tottenham again and knows the negotiations will be tough.
West Ham make final offer to Rice
West Ham have made a final contract offer to highly-rated defender Declan Rice, according to the Daily Star.
Rice has been told any contract talks will be put on hold until the end of the year if he's not willing to take the deal on offer.
The Hammers remain cautious of overpaying a young player who has yet to have sustained success.
Man City have edge on rivals in Sancho chase
Pep Guardiola's side have a first-refusal option on the teen star, who has shown well for German club Borussia Dortmund since moving there from City, though the Manchester outfit will have to match any transfer offer made for the youngster.
Pareja backed for USMNT job
While Olsen did not outright back his opposite number for Saturday's MLS showdown to be given the job, he does believe the Colombian should be up for an interview.
“I think he’s a guy that deserves to be interviewed,” Olsen said in quotes published by MLSsoccer.com.
“I think the more diverse you can have that process the better. I think he’s a guy with maybe a different pathway than some of the other coaches, with his playing days in South America, but also coming here and knowing our league and knowing the American player. I think he’s been a really good coach.”
Dortmund to move for €35m Piatek
But Dortmund will try to steal a march on their rivals with an offer worth €35 million (£30.6m/$40.2m) in January for his services.
Man United to move for Barca's Alba
John Terry in line for Aston Villa job
Terry had been tipped to act as No. 2 behind Thierry Henry at the Championship promotion hopefuls.
But with Henry now favouring Monaco, the defender could land his first managerial job in Birmingham.
Mourinho and Woodward to hold 'clear the air' talks
Bayern to battle Man United for Zidane
Mourinho's future remains unclear at Old Trafford
And while Jose Mourinho remains close to the sack despite a comeback victory over Newcastle United, Bayern are also considering Niko Kovac's future and have identified Zidane as a possible successor.