Three Serie B teams interested in Rossi
Fekir's former agent explains failed Liverpool move
Nabil Fekir's former agent has said that the player's entourage was partly to blame for his failed Liverpool move in the summer of 2018.
Fekir, then with Lyon, was on the verge of a £53 million (€60m/$66m) transfer, but Liverpool backed out at the last minute.
Bertolacci to sign with Sampdoria
Hakimi wants to make an impact at Real Madrid
Achraf Hakimi has said that he hopes to eventually be a success at parent club Real Madrid.
The full-back is in the second season of a two-year loan to Borussia Dortmund, where he has established himself as a key figure.
Though Dortmund are hoping to sign the Morocco international permanently, he is hoping that one day he can become an important player at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Jesus swats away Bayern rumours
Earlier this week, Bild reported that earlier this year City offered Jesus to Bayern instead of Leroy Sane.
But Jesus denied that report with a simple one-word comment on Instagram.
Real want Oblak from Madrid rivals
Real Madrid could upset city rivals Atlético by paying the release clause for goalkeeper Jan Oblak, according to El Desmarque.
The Slovenian is considered one of the best around in his position, and would be available for €120 million (£107m/$131m).
Barcelona could use Griezmann to sign Neymar
There have been numerous reports this season that Messi and Griezmann don't see eye to eye, and Barcelona would be willing to solve the issue by offering the World Cup winner plus a fee in exchange for the PSG man.
Liverpool urged to sign Chilwell
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has admitted his side were interested in Leicester's Ben Chilwell after his friend David Wagner recommended the left-back.
Chilwell spent a few months on loan at Huddersfield during Wagner's first season with the Yorkshire club, and impressed enough for the German to recommend him to his compatriot.
"Dave Wagner was pretty much in my ear every day," said Klopp in a pre-match press conference ahead of his side's game against Leicester this weekend.
"But Leicester didn’t want to let him go, so he’s still there, which is good for him. He’s a grown-up player, he’s not a kid anymore, and football-wise, he’s exceptional."
Campbell interviewed for Southend job
Sol Campbell has been interviewed for League One side Southend United's managerial position, according to Sky Sports.
The former Arsenal and Tottenham defender left his position in charge of League Two club Macclesfield earlier this season.
Zappacosta injury could see him return to Chelsea
The 27-year-old joined Roma this summer on a six-month loan with an option for the Serie A side to extend the deal through the full season.
But with Zappacosta having suffered a ruptured cruciate ligament, he is now likely to return to Chelsea in January.
Tagliafico reveals why he didn't join Atletico
"We decided to stay one further year and at the time it was the most convenient thing," the 27-year-old told Cadena COPE.
"I didn't force the situation and with the club I decided to stay another year and we shall see next year."
Saint-Etienne appoint Puel manager
Chelsea in talks with Abraham & Tomori
Blues in talks with key men
The Blues are eager to tie both of the Stamford Bridge academy graduates to new long-term contracts, ensuring that they are the ones to benefit from any future development.
Juventus looking to move three out in January
Haaland brands Man Utd transfer talk ‘f*cking boring’
Salzburg sensation Erling Haaland continues to spark talk of interest from Premier League giants such as Manchester United, but the teenage striker has branded the speculation “f*cking boring”.
He has told VG: “It's f*cking boring. I'm bored now. How bored on a scale of 1 to 10? 9.9.”
‘Ferguson will talk Man Utd into McGinn move’
He has told The Athletic: “What I do know is that Sir Alex Ferguson is wondering why Manchester United let a talented Scottish boy slip through. He’ll be keeping a close eye on him that’s for sure and if he continues the way he is, you can bet he’ll be telling his pals at United, too.”
New Brighton deal for Alzate
Wilson to Man Utd rumours branded 'pointless'
Costa admits to tax offence
Atletico Madrid star Diego Costa has pleaded guilty to a tax offence, according to El Mundo.
He has accepted a six-month prison sentence, which will be substituted for a fine.
He has already paid back over €1.1m (£980,000/$1.2m) to the Spanish government but must pay around another €600,000.
Gallardo to replace Valverde at Barcelona?
River Plate boss Marcelo Gallardo is being lined up to replace Ernesto Valverde at Barcelona, October 4, 2019 " target="_blank">TNT Sports reports.
The Argentine is apparently first in line should the Catalans' terrible start to the season continue.
Under contract until 2021 and apparently content in Argentina, he would not come cheap.
Dortmund watch Mexico prospect Macias
Jose Juan Macias is attracting the attention of European scouts, according to Record.
Both Dortmund and Real Betis were on hand to watch as he played for a Mexican team against Trinidad & Tobago, scoring in a 2-0 win.
The striker is currently with Leon, on loan from Guadalajara.
'Man Utd want Wilson? Why get rid of Lukaku?'
Man City starlet Arzani sounded Celtic loan warning ahead of January transfer window
'Lille laughing to the bank with £72m Pepe'
Lille are “laughing all the way to the bank” when it comes to Nicolas Pepe, says Martin Keown, with Arsenal considered to have overpaid for an underperforming £72 million ($89m) forward.
The former Gunners defender told BT Sport: "Pepe, is he going to get into the team? It's a massive amount of money they have paid for him and Lille will be laughing all the way to the bank with that one."
'Man Utd want Wilson? Why sell Lukaku?'
Michael Owen has been left puzzled by Manchester United’s links to Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson, with the former Red Devils frontman asking: What’s the point in getting rid of Romelu Lukaku?
Owen told BT Sport: "“If they don’t buy young players, English players, whatever that might be, that’s actually along the lines of what we’re talking, then it really is a worry."
Is there a way back for Ozil?
Real Madrid looking to move Mariano on
Not returning to Real Madrid wouldn't be a failure - Hakimi
Ben Arfa ready to join Fiorentina
France to naturalise Camavinga
Rennes starlet Eduardo Camavinga will become a naturalised French citizen, according to L'Equipe.
The 16-year-old midfielder, who became the youngest player to ever win Ligue 1's Player of the Month award in August, was born in Angola but will be eligible to play for the France national team once the paperwork has been completed.
Insigne and Ancelotti make peace at Napoli
Lorenzo Insigne and Carlo Ancelotti are on speaking terms again at Napoli, Corriere della Sera reports.
The relationship seemed to have hit a low when Insigne found himself in the stands to watch as his team drew 0-0 with Genk, but the pair have talked things over and the player is set to return to face Torino.
His long-term future, however, is less obvious.
Puel set to return to work
Earthquakes refute Almeyda rumours
Almeyda has been linked with a move to Monterrey, but the Earthquakes insist that any move would not be a simple one.
"There has been no contact between C.F. Monterrey and the San Jose Earthquakes regarding Matias Almeyda. There is no clause in Matias Almeyda's contract that can be paid that will allow C.F. Monterrey to sign him."
Antuna signs Manchester City extension
The Mexican international has scored six goals while providing four assists for the Galaxy this season while also starring for El Tri at the Gold Cup.
Walker fears England career is over
Kyle Walker fears his England career may be over as Gareth Southgate opted not to select him once again.
According to the Daily Star, Walker believes that Southgate will continue to prefer Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Kieran Trippier going forward.
As a result, the fullback is concerned that he will remain stuck on 48 caps despite being just 29 years old.
Leicester eye Turkish starlet
Leicester are interested in signing 15-year-old Turkish youngster Burak Ince, according to Fotospor via the Leicester Mercury.
The teenager, who has already broken into the first team at Turkish Second Division side Altinordu, would cost in the region of €1.5 million (£1.3m/$1.6m).
Dest considering staying with USMNT
The 18-year-old has made two senior appearances for the USA but could still switch allegiances as they were not competitive internationals.
However, he is now ready to commit his future to Gregg Berhalter's side, with his main concern being the opportunity of regular playing time.
Almeyda linked with Monterrey switch
Almeyda revealed over the weekend that some members of his coaching staff had failed to settle in San Jose and were unhappy, prompting rumours of a return to Mexico.
The 45-year-old was appointed San Jose boss in October 2018, four months after after leaving Guadalajara.
Moralez agrees NYCFC deal
Eriksen agent set for Real Madrid talks
Dane eyes January move
Eriksen is into the final 12 months of his contract in north London and January would be the final chance for Spurs to receive a fee for the 27-year-old.
The former Ajax midfielder expressed his desire to seek a new challenge at the start of the summer but no move materialised.