Real Madrid in pole position for Van de Beek
And Los Blancos appear to be in pole position for his services after the player rejected a move to Manchester United.
The 22-year-old already has two goals and four assists in the Eredivisie from just just seven appearances.van
Zidane still determined to bring Pogba to Real Madrid
The midfielder has endured an off-colour start to the season with Manchester United, who have slipped to 12th in the Premier League after a string of poor results.
However, Zidane is convinced that his compatriot can recapture his previous form and perform at the highest level for Los Blancos.
Orlando City and O'Connor part ways
Orlando City have announced their decision to part ways with head coach James O'Connor.
O'Connor arrived midway through last season and guided the team to an 11th-placed finish in the Eastern Conference.
However, he was unable to lift them any higher than that, with the club finishing 11th once again this season.
Stendel to leave Barnsley
Daniel Stendel is set to leave his post as Barnsley head coach, according to Sky Sports.
The German oversaw the club's automatic promotion from League One, finishing second behind Luton Town.
However, the club sit second-bottom in the Championship, with just one win and six points from 11 games.
Lyon sack Sylvinho
Lyon have sacked manager Sylvinho after just five months in charge.
The French club have won just one of their last nine games in all competitions and were beaten 1-0 by rivals Saint-Etienne on Sunday.
L’OL a décidé de mettre en œuvre une procédure pouvant aboutir à la rupture du contrat de travail de Monsieur Sylvio Mendes Campo Júnior.— Olympique Lyonnais (@OL) October 7, 2019
Pendant le déroulé de cette procédure l’entraînement sera assuré par Monsieur Gérald Baticle sous la direction du directeur sportif Juninho. pic.twitter.com/TMGzMwDVtI
Belgian FA query Kompany role
The Belgian Football Association has written to Anderlecht to provide evidence explaining Vincent Kompany's role at the club amid reports he does not have the correct papers, report Voetbal International.
It was suggested that Kompany was still making key decisions despite relinquishing managerial duties on match days to Simon Davies, which would be in violation of Belgian league regulations.
Frank Vercauteren has since been appointed head coach with Davies returning to his previous role as assistant, with Kompany's role unaffected.
Everton plotting Dembele move
The Toffees are on the hunt for more firepower after scoring just six goals in eight Premier League games so far this season.
That has seen them turn their attentions to Dembele, with club scouts having watched the French forward in action on several occasions in recent weeks.
Puel eyeing Ben Arfa
The forward is a free agent after leaving Rennes in the summer, having recorded nine goals and six assists across all competitions.
Should he complete the move, it will be the fourth time in a row that he has signed for a Ligue 1 club on a free transfer.
Palace want Batshuayi back
The striker scored six goals while on loan at Selhurst Park last season and the Eagles are keen to reunite with the Belgian.
Batshuayi has found himself stuck behind Tammy Abraham at Chelsea, but Frank Lampard is likely to only allow one of him or Olivier Giroud to depart the club in search of more regular playing time.batshuay
Di Franceso sacked by Sampdoria
Sampdoria have announced that they are parting ways with head coach Eusebio Di Francesco.
The club are bottom of Serie A, with just one win and six defeats from seven games so far.
Di Franceso was only appointed before the start of this season, replacing Marco Giampaolo, who moved to AC Milan.
Bristol City to bring in Bony
The former Swansea City striker has been without a club since his contract expired at the end of last season.
Last season, the 30-year-old made just seven Championship appearances for the Swans after coming back from a long-term injury, scoring one goal in a 3-2 defeat to Hull City.
Luiz: I decided to leave Chelsea before Arsenal's bid
The 32-year-old completed an £8 million ($10m) switch to Emirates Stadium on August 8, bringing to an end a successful second spell on the Blues' books.
The experienced centre-back has revealed the real reason behind his Stamford Bridge exit, referencing an "honest" conversation with Frank Lampard over his future.
Milner open to Leeds return
Arsenal legend leaves Nice
‘Levy won’t sack Pochettino in a million years!’
Mauricio Pochettino may find himself under pressure at Tottenham but club chairman Daniel Levy will not take the decision to sack the Argentine “in a million years”, says Tim Sherwood.
The former Spurs boss told talKSPORT: “He has got so much credit in the bank with that football club. There is no way he will sack Mauricio Pochettino – not in a million years."
Ramsdale to land new Bournemouth deal
Aaron Ramsdale is to be offered a bumper new contract at Bournemouth, according to TEAMtalk.
The 21-year-old goalkeeper, who is already tied to a deal through to 2021, has established himself as the Cherries' first choice between the sticks this season.
The end for Ozil at Arsenal?
Mesut Ozil has probably reached “the end of his career at Arsenal”, says Ray Parlour, with the World Cup winner out of favour under Unai Emery as promising youngsters impress in his place.
The former Gunners star has told talkSPORT: “Ozil’s not even in the squad now. I think that’s probably the end of his career at Arsenal."
Manchester United urged to swoop for Kane
Manchester United need to be looking at spending around £300 million ($370m) on new players, says Lee Sharpe, with Tottenham striker Harry Kane for £200m ($246m) the kind of deal they should be targeting.
The Red Devils invested heavily again over the summer, bringing in Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James.
They did, however, sanction a number of outgoings as well and are not considered to have greatly improved the collective quality at Old Trafford.
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Real Madrid eyeing West Ham midfielder Rice
Manchester United are also thought to be chasing the 20-year-old's signature, with the Hammers holding out for a fee within the region of €80 million ($88m, £71m).
Madrid are prepared to launch a bid for Rice, who has appeared in eight Premier League matches for West Ham this season.
Man Utd turned down chance to sign Van de Beek
The Red Devils baulked at the Dutch club's asking price and decided against an approach when Paul Pogba ended up ignoring transfer links to stay at Old Trafford.
Ajax have now tripled their valuation of Van de Beek to £100 million ($123m), with Real Madrid thought to be leading the race for his signature.
Allan in talks over Napoli renewal
The Italian giants are keen on tying the 28-year-old down to a bumper new deal, to fend off interest from some of Europe's top clubs.
Allan has appeared in five Serie A matches at the start of the season.
Real Madrid join race to sign Kante
According to Diario Sport via ESPN, Zinedine Zidane is ready to greenlight a £70 million ($86m) bid for the Frenchman to bolster his midfield ranks at Santiago Bernabeu.
Juve are also in the running, with Maurizio Sarri hoping to reunite with a former charge in Turin.
Man Utd to demand £25m for Sanchez from Inter
The Red Devils have no desire to keep the Chilean on their books at the end of his season-long loan spell at San Siro.
Sanchez has scored once in four appearances for Inter at the start of the 2019-20 campaign.
Arsenal eye Celtic starlet Dembele
Liverpool to listen to Miller offers
‘Spurs will miss Pochettino & should spend again’
Tottenham have been warned that they will miss Mauricio Pochettino when he has gone, with Jamie Redknapp claiming Spurs need to back their boss with more money rather than debate his future.
The former midfielder has told the Daily Mail: "Their strict salary cap and lack of spending has held them back. They have stood still while others have caught up."
Worrall wanted by Newcastle
Chelsea & Arsenal eyeing Anderlecht's Doku
The two Premier League clubs could do battle in the transfer market for a 17-year-old currently making a breakthrough in the Belgian Pro League.
Doku has already racked up seven first-team appearances for Anderlecht this season, one more than he managed throughout the entire 2018-19 campaign.
Leicester dealt blow in McGregor pursuit
Leicester's hopes of signing Celtic midfielder Callum McGregor have been dented, with the Scottish club ready to offer him a new contract.
According to the Daily Record, Brendan Rodgers wants to bring the 26-year-old to the King Power Stadium next year, but the Hoops are determined to keep hold of a prized asset.
McGregor has scored once in eight Scottish Premier League matches for Celtic this season.
Boly emerges on Arsenal's radar
Unai Emery is determined to bolster his defensive ranks in January and the Frenchman could be brought in for a bargain price, having arrived at Molineux for a mere £10 million ($12m) from Porto last year.
Boly has featured in seven Premier League games for Wolves this season.
Pulisic may ask for loan move away from Chelsea
Christian Pulisic could seek a loan transfer away from the club if his situation doesn't improve in the next couple of months - according to The Sun.
The American has only started three Premier League games for the Blues this season and is open to a January move if Frank Lampard cannot guarantee him more regular opportunities.
Pulisic has yet to score for Chelsea in six appearances across all competitions.
Piette not closing door on European return
Piette said he does have an option for next year in his contract, and he is unsure if he will return to the club as he keeps options open.
“It’s not like I’m actively telling my agent to get me back to Europe, but if a situation fits or an opportunity comes, I am open to listen," he said, according to the Sports Podcasting Network.
'Lukaku must train more'
Batistuta to join Prandelli's next coaching staff
Gabriel Batistuta will join Cesare Prandelli's coach staff, according to Coirrere dello Sport.
Prandelli is currently out of work but, when he does decide on his next job, the former Fiorentina star will be a member of his staff.
Batistuta, who retired in 2005, will be mentored by Prandelli, who has previously managed Fiorentina and Italy.
Young goalkeeper to sign with Sky Blues
Sydney FC are set to cover the loss of Andrew Redmayne with the short-term signing of their former youth team goalkeeper Tristan Prendergast.
With Redmayne on Socceroos duty for the Sky Blues' round one clash against Adelaide, the 24-year is set to be drafted in to the match-day squad, with either he or Thomas Heward-Belle to be between the sticks, according to SMH.
Prendergast, who spent last season at Blacktown City, was brought to the Sky Blues youth side by former goalkeeping coach Zeljko Kalac, but failed to graduate to the senior team.
Man Utd step up interest in Lyon's Dembele
Forward was benched for derby defeat to Saint-Etienne
And Lyon fear that the 23-year-old could be a cut-price option for United when the transfer window reopens, as he is frustrated by coach Sylvinho's rotation policy.
How Pochettino and Zidane could spark managerial merry-go-round
Should he choose to resign, the two giants could well move for his services, which in turn could see the likes of Zinedine Zidane, Massimiliano Allegri and even Jose Mourinho at new clubs once the dust has settled.
Rashford set for England axe
Bookies slash odds on Solskjaer sacking
Norwegian at 7/2 to be next managerial casualty in Premier League
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has seen the odds on his dismissal slashed following Sunday's defeat to Newcastle United.
Ranieri in running as Milan set to dismiss Giampaolo
AC Milan's patience has run out with Marco Giampaolo, who is set to be sacked at San Siro.
Luciano Spalletti, Claudio Ranieri and Stefano Pioli are among those considered in the running to replace the under-fire boss.