Chelsea cool on Piatek
The Poland international was once a target of the Blues, but his poor form and the emergence of Tammy Abraham have changed the circumstances.
Spurs have tried to get Mourinho before
Despite their previous interest the outlet doesn't believe he will be moving to North London to replace Mauricio Pochettino.
They cite Pochettino's relationship with chairman Daniel Levy as being a factor in his retention despite a difficult series of results.
Barca eye Dutch starlet Malen
Mikel jokes about joining Lampard again
Former Chelsea midfielder John Obi Mikel has said he and Frank Lampard joked about joining forces at Stamford Bridge.
Mikel thought another team-mate John Terry would become Chelsea manager before Lampard, but says the appointment shows the club is taking care of their legendary players.
"I joked with him after the Chelsea move, I want to be his assistant when I retire," the ex-Nigeria international said.
Napoli look to lock up Fabian
The Italian club are prepared to insert a release clause into the midfielders contract that would charge the Spanish giants a premium up to €120 milliion (£105m/$132m), say Corriere dello Sport.
The player's representatives will also look for a significant pay rise for the talented 23-year-old
Havertz in control of future as Real Madrid and Barcelona rumours grow
Parkinson in line for Sunderland job
Parkinson left Bolton in August in the midst of a financial crisis that almost saw the club fold.
But he could find new work at the Stadium of Light as Sunderland look for Jack Ross' replacement on the bench.
Bayern outcast Muller must be shown respect, says Gnabry
Serge Gnabry feels team-mate Thomas Muller deserves to be shown some respect amid reports he could be on his way out of Bayern Munich in January.
The 30-year-old has spent his entire club career at Bayern but has been linked with a move away after being reduced to a peripheral role this season.
Muller has started the German champions' last five matches on the bench and admitted earlier this week he is not happy with the current situation.
‘Solskjaer needs time to emulate Ferguson’
Lazaro doesn't want to leave Inter, says agent
But the 23-year-old's agent has said that he wants to stay and fight for his place in Conte's team.
"First of all, I want to say that [claims he wants to leave] are false, so absurd that I find it unpleasant to have to reply," he told Calciomercato. "Having said that, Valentino wants to prove that he is an Inter player and will help the team win the Scudetto."
Blanc close to joining Lyon
The Ligue 1 side are in talks with candidates to replace recently sacked Sylvinho and held talks with Rudi Garcia this week.
But Blanc is the frontrunner for the job and he is open to making the move and RMC Sport reports that the two parties are set for further negotiations over a deal.
Ranieri agrees two-year Sampdoria deal
Everton teen signs contract
Everton have tied 17-year-old Lewis Warrington to his first professional contract, it has been confirmed.
The attacking midfielder has been with Everton since the age of six and is now tied to his boyhood club until 2022.
✍️ | Lifelong Blue Lewis Warrington has today signed his first professional contract with #EFC. 👏— Everton (@Everton) October 11, 2019
Premier League rivals keen on Cakir
New Parma deal for Gervinho
Juventus eyeing up Emerson
Eriksen wants Spurs exit & Madrid are keen
Blancos open to doing deal for Tottenham star
The Danish playmaker has made it clear that he will not be signing a new contract, leaving Spurs with no choice but to sell a player who will be a free agent next summer.
Real Madrid are open to doing a deal and have been informed that a fee of between €20-25 million would be enough to land Eriksen.
Arsenal in talks over Ozil sale
Man Utd tracking Polish wonderkid Kozlowski
Manchester United are tracking the progress of 15-year-old Polish wonderkid Kacper Kozlowski as they aim to further boost their academy ranks.
Will Everton sack Silva?
Hamsik on Napoli return
Everton scout German U21 star
Man City defender to be offered new deal
Barca eye Kai Havertz
Berbatov: Bale should return to England
Dimitar Berbatov has been having his say on a number of issues in an interview with Betfair, one of them being the future of Real Madrid's Gareth Bale.
Besiktas want Gerrard
According to beIN Sports Turkey reporter, Mehmet Demirkol (via Sport Witness), Besiktas will name their new president next week, and the new man at the helm is likely to look to replace their manager.
The club are languishing in the bottom half of the league table after seven games, with just two wins to their name.
Southampton after QPR man
Southampton are keeping an eye on Ryan Manning's contract situation with a view to signing the versatile left-footer for a knock-down price in January.
Real Madrid join the chase for Haaland
The prolific teenager has starred for his club side this season, with a hat-trick recorded in Champions League competition.
He is said to be a target for the likes of Manchester United, but those at the Santiago Bernabeu are also monitoring his progress and mulling over a bid.
Inter want to remove Brozovic clause
‘Tottenham should steer clear of Mourinho’
Tottenham have been advised to steer clear of Jose Mourinho, with Dimitar Berbatov urging patience with Mauricio Pochettino.
The former Spurs striker has told Betfair: “As a coach that has been there at the top of his game for so long and has been in every kind of situation, I think he could have the answers for some of the difficulties Spurs are facing. But would he make them better?"
Lloyd to join NFL ranks?
Arsenal want Feyenoord wonderkid
Muller to stay at Bayern
Schalke still interested in Diaz
Sporting director Jochen Schneider and manager David Wagner originally wanted the Spaniard in the summer, and a bid was turned down, but they now have the money to spend.
Defoe seeks Rangers stay
Man United prioritise Koulibaly
Zidane wants Pogba at Real
The World Cup winner could leave Man United
ESPN report that the Real boss wants his compatriot to join him at the Bernabéu, and believe Pogba is eager to move to the Spanish capital.
Spurs will try to sell Eriksen in January
Tottenham are looking to sell Christian Eriksen in January, rather than lose him on a free transfer when his contract expires next summer.
Kepa keen on future return to Athletic Club
The Spain international left the Basque club in 2018 to join Chelsea, which ended a 14-year spell with the club after he joined the youth ranks of at age nine.
Kepa, 25, commanded a record transfer fee for a goalkeeper at the time, and has since become first choice goalkeeper for Spain head coach Robert Moreno, but admits a return to the Rojiblancos is a possibility.
Dortmund assistant admits keeping Sancho won't be easy
Borussia Dortmund face a fight to keep English star Jadon Sancho, concedes Jorg Heinrich.
Speaking to Omnisport, the club's assistant coach admitted a huge offer may be enough to sway both him and Dortmund eventually.
"It won't be easy to keep him at Dortmund," Heinrich said.
"We hope he plays one or two seasons longer but we all know very, very big clubs with a lot of money want to have him in their team."
Adelaide United looking to move Blackwood on
A-League club Adelaide United are reportedly looking to offload Australian striker George Blackwood.
The Covert Agent claims the Reds have offered him to Perth Glory, Newcastle Jets and Wellington Phoenix.
The 22-year-old featured 19 times in the A-League last season for Adelaide and scored four times.
Sunderland making a move for Wycombe manager
Gareth Ainsworth has emerged as Sunderland's number one target to become their next manager.
A formal approach has been made for the Wycombe boss, according to The Telegraph.
Sunderland sacked coach Jack Ross on Tuesday and are wasting no time trying to appoint a replacement.
Berbatov urges Man Utd to sign Mandzukic
Former Manchester United striker Dimitar Berbatov has backed the club's reported pursuit of Mario Mandzukic.
Berbatov believes his age and experience could prove crucial to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side, who have been linked with a move for the Juventus striker in January.
Manotas set for Houston departure
The striker almost moved to Russia earlier this year, but the deal fell through at the last minute.
The 13-goal frontman is still expected to leave with Mexican club Cruz Azul a potential destination, says the report.
Silva safe for now
Everton have no plans to sack manager Marco Silva, despite them spending the international break in the relegation zone.
Sky Sports say that Silva still enjoys the confidence of the club, for now.
But owner Farhad Moshiri will want to see improvement after a sizeable investment in the Merseyside club.
Chelsea leading Chilwell chase
London club leading the race for sought-after England international
Chilwell was also a target of Manchester City, but the Premier League champions are not thought to be willing to spend big money on players.
As a result Chelsea are sure they'll be able to land their man, maybe as soon as January, if they can get their transfer ban lifted, according to the Daily Mail.
Lacazette would cost £100 million
The player's agent Dmitry Cheltsov had claimed that the club would let him go for around £45 million ($56m).
The player, who has no release clause, would be unlikely to be allowed to leave at all, but certainly not for less than £100m says the report.
Spurs send scouts to Argentina in bid to support Pochettino
Scouting mission a clear sign he won't be fired
Despite a poor run of results it seems as though Tottenham will continue to back Mauricio Pochettino in the transfer market.
The paper says that club sources see that as a sign Pochettino will not be moved on.
There was speculation that Jose Mourinho was in position to take over in North London, but the scouting mission appears to have put paid to that notion.