Arsenal and Chelsea tracking Doku
Doku is a Belgium youth international who has made six appearances for Anderlecht this season under Vincent Kompany.
Bartomeu - 'Barca growing financially'
Club president Josep Maria Bartomeu highlighted Barcelona's economic strength and vowed to use the money to continue renovating the squad.
LaLiga champions Barca announced in September they are aiming to become the first sports club to generate revenue exceeding €1billion (£810.8bn) after making a profit for an eighth season in a row in 2018-19.
Addressing the club's members at Sunday's General Assembly, Bartomeu emphasised the importance of bringing in new talent while continuing to spend within their means.
"We have to continue renovating the squad to continue with this natural evolution with talent from both home and abroad," he said. "We are sure this will be a winning generation."
Gerrard keen to keep Defoe
The striker's contract with Premier League side Bournemouth is due to expire at the end of this season, and Gerrard is keen to make the former England player's deal at Ibrox permanent.
Man Utd need six new signings, claims Neville
Manchester United will have “a lot of painful moments this season”, says Gary Neville, with poor decision making leaving them in need of patience and some serious recruitment in the transfer market.
The Red Devils have continued to invest heavily under a succession of managers, but too many big-money flops have been taken to Old Trafford.
Valdes to quit Barca youth role
The former goalkeeper rejoined the Blaugrana in July as part of their academy set-up.
But serious issues with Kluivert and the Barca board, who are unhappy with Valdes' tactics with the kids, threaten to cut his tenure short after less than six months in the role.
Man City rule out Odegaard move
But City boss Pep Guardiola believes he already has plenty of cover in midfield, leading to a cooling of interest from the Etihad Stadium.
Bartomeu plans Barca renovation after tough start to season
Club president Josep Maria Bartomeu highlighted Barcelona's economic strength and vowed to use the money to continue renovating the squad.
Antoine Griezmann, Frenkie de Jong, Neto and Junior Firpo came in during the close season, while Malcom, Jasper Cillessen, Andre Gomes, Paco Alcacer and Denis Suarez were offloaded on permanent transfers.
A deal for Paris Saint-Germain forward Neymar notably did not go through, though, with Barcelona reportedly lacking money to fund a blockbuster return.
Pulisic offered encouragement after returning to Premier League action
The United States international was introduced off the bench at St Mary’s for the last 10 minutes of the Blues' 4-1 victory on Sunday.
The outing on the south coast was his first in the English top-flight since August 31.
Questions have been asked of the 21-year-old after quickly slipping down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge, but Lampard has always urged patience with the summer signing.
Buttner claims to have snubbed Rangers & Celtic to make MLS move
The Dutch full-back will be heading to America for the start of the 2020 campaign.
He had offers to remain in Europe, but is ready for a new challenge after severing ties with Eredivisie side Vitesse Arnhem over the summer.
Blades interested in Brentford's Watkins
The striker has been tracked since the start of a season in which he has become one of the Championship’s top scorers, and Wilder's interest has been piqued by his flexibility to play anywhere across the front line.
Howe dismisses Wilson to Manchester United talk
But Howe said: "I take it with a pinch of salt, to be honest, at this stage in the season.
"There's nothing that we can do or Callum can do, other than perform well, that influences rumours. He's just got to focus on his next game and give his best for this club."
Longstaff told to forget Manchester United dream
Longstaff emerged as an Old Trafford target in the summer as the club pursued British talent, but boss Steve Bruce says there is no chance of the club sanctioning a deal.
Bruce said: “I think Sean now needs to concentrate on his own performances, rather than worrying about speculation and tittle-tattle. I don’t think there was any real legs in the Manchester United story."
Celtic to offer new McGregor deal
There was interest in the summer from former Cetic boss Brendan Rodgers at Leicester City, and Neil Lennon revealed fresh negotiations are already under way.
"The principled thing is to give him a new deal, an improved contract, because he deserves it," said Lennon.
Villarreal to slap €60m release clause on Chukwueze
The 20-year-old has been in excellent form this season and the Yellow Submarine are keen to ensure they don't lose such a bright young talent on the cheap.
It is thought Chukwueze has attracted interest from clubs in the Premier League.
Juve still keen on Icardi
It is thought they may see Icardi as a viable long-term successor to Cristiano Ronaldo in attack.
Federico Chiesa of Fiorentina and Sandro Tonali of Brescia are also thought to remain targets after they were linked with Juve over the summer.
'Spurs won't sign Dybala unless they sell big'
Tottenham's pursuit of Paulo Dybala will come to nothing unless they are prepared to sell a star player first, according to Danny Murphy.
The former Spurs midfielder doesn't think any of their attacking players would be happy to see the Argentina international come in and push them down the pecking order in north London.
'Man Utd need five more players'
Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs says the club need to spend big if they are to recapture their former glories.
While summer signings Harry Maguire, Daniel James and Aaron Wan-Bissaka have all had a positive impact this season, Giggs thinks the squad is still some way off being good enough.
Cahill on Millwall managerial shortlist
The 39-year-old, who played more than 250 times for the Championship side, has already begun studying for his UEFA A coaching badge.
Millwall sit 15th in the second-tier table, following their surprise 2-1 win over promotion-chasing Leeds on Saturday.
Arsenal target Boly
Arsenal will look to Wolves centre-back Willy Boly to solve their defensive woes, reports the Express.
The 28-year-old helped Nuno Espirito Santo's side return to the Premier League after joining him from Porto, but is now being linked with a move to Arsenal as Unai Emery's side look to strengthen at the back.
The summer signature of Chelsea's David Luiz has proved ineffective thus far, and so Emery will turn to Boly in January as they aim to clinch a top four spot.
Milner keen on Anfield extension
The veteran midfielder kept his nerve to slot home a 95th minute penalty to maintain his side’s 100 per cent start to the campaign, and the 33-year-old is reportedly ready to sign a new deal to keep him at the club for at least another season.
Defoe looking for permanent Rangers deal
The 36-year-old joined the Glasgow outfit on an 18-month loan deal from Bournemouth in January, but is keen to make the switch permanent.
Defoe has nine goals in 13 appearances in all competitions this season, with Gerrard also viewing the veteran striker as the perfect role model for fellow frontman Alfredo Morelos.
Chelsea and Man City to battle it out for Chilwell
Leicester now on the hunt for new left-back
The England international has been a standout performer for the Foxes this season, and boss Brendan Rodgers is preparing for a big-money bid from the Premier League’s top clubs.
The Mirror are reporting that Leicester have therefore sent out their head scouts to several clubs, with a new left-back their main priority.
Roma to call on Abate?
The on-loan Chelsea full-back looks set to miss the majority of the season, prompting Roma to look to 32-year-old Abate, who was released by Milan at the end of the last campaign.
Man United to persuade Wilson with England promise
The Bournemouth striker has been linked with a move to Old Trafford for several months now, and has been told by Man Utd that his prospects of playing for his country next summer will improve should he make the switch to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.
Wilson has five Premier League goals this season, and is already in the national team squad for their Euro 2020 qualifiers away to the Czech Republic and Bulgaria later this month.
Sheffield United interested in Watkins
Despite their promising start to the season, the newly-promoted Premier League club have found goals hard to come by, and so could turn to the 23-year-old to resolve the problem.Chris Wilder will bid in the region of £15m (€17m/$19m) for Watkins, who scored a hat-trick of headers in Brentford’s victory over Barnsley last weekend.
Neves wanted by Real Madrid
Ruben Neves is wanted by Real Madrid, with the Spanish club ready to make a move for the Wolves midfielder in January.
Despite sitting top of La Liga, Zinedine Zidane’s side have come under fire for their performances this season, with their midfield a particular worry, having already been linked with a move for Manchester United’s Paul Pogba.
Griezmann already close to Barca exit
The French forward has found life difficult at his new side this season, and has already been linked with a move away from Camp Nou, with PSG his most likely destination in the hope of Neymar returning to the Spanish outfit in January.
Ancelotti could leave Napoli
The Italian side are currently 4th in Serie A and top of their Champions League group, but Corriere dello Sport reports that the former Chelsea boss could make an exit at the end of the current campaign if they fail to mount a serious challenge in either of the competitions.
Real Madrid eyeing Jesus
Zidane still looking to replace Ronaldo's goals
The Brazilian has largely been an understudy for Sergio Aguero since his arrival at the Etihad from Palmeiras in 2017, and Madrid are reportedly keen to bring the talented 22-year-old to the Spanish capital as early as January next year.
Aguero is the Premier League's top scorer this season with eight goals, and his form could pave the exit for Jesus, but his €100 million (£89m/$110m) price tag would be a major stumbling block in any potential deal.
It is thought Madrid could try to raise some of the funds by finally selling Gareth Bale.
Modric to make Spurs return?
The Croatian spent four years at White Hart Lane before making the move to Spain, and could be used in a swap that would involve Madrid finally getting their number one transfer target in the Danish midfielder.
Troisi signs for Adelaide United
Australian midfielder James Troisi has signed a two-year deal with A-League club Adelaide United.
The 31-year-old has been a free agent since departing Melbourne Victory at the end of last season and is eager to play for his hometown club.
“I’m really excited to be returning to Adelaide for the first time to live and play football in about 16 years,” Troisi said.
“Adelaide is where I’m from and I’m proud to be joining my hometown club and bringing my family back to where I grew up and my football journey began."
Southgate: I'm not going anywhere
England manager Gareth Southgate says he has no intention of leaving his post before his current contract ends in 2022.
"I'm the England manager and it's a massive privilege to do the job," Southgate said. "There's a lot of work to do here with the team.
"We think the team can continue to improve, and until I'm told otherwise, 2022 is my contract, and that's it."
Bruce: Longstaff has to forget Man Utd links
Newcastle manager Steve Bruce says Sean Longstaff has to forget the summer's transfer stories linking him with a big-money move to Manchester United.
Bruce said he could understand the 21-year-old having his head turned by one of the world's biggest clubs, but that he never really imagined the story would go anywhere.
“I think Sean now needs to concentrate on his own performances, rather than worrying about speculation and tittle-tattle," Bruce said. "I don’t think there was any real legs in the Manchester United story."
Man Utd dismiss Pogba contract demand talk
However, United are thought to be firm in their desire to keep the 26-year-old at the club, and they reportedly believe time is on their side when it comes to a new deal.
Waldschmidt to make Germany debut
Germany have a friendly with Argentina before a European qualifier in Estonia, and the 23-year-old is set to make his first appearance after being called up for the first time during the last break.
Waldschmidt has five goals in eight games this season, and could provide useful competition for RB Leipzig star Timo Werner.
Madrid to beat Man Utd to €100m Van de Beek
The Red Devils have been put off by Ajax's asking price
The 22-year-old is set to be made available for €100 million (£89m/$110m), after Manchester United reportedly turned down the chance to sign him for a third of the price in the summer.
Van de Beek's future could have an impact on that of United's Paul Pogba, who has also been linked with a move to Madrid.
Celtic to ward off Leicester interest with new McGregor deal
Celtic will ward off interest from former manager Brendan Rodgers with a new contract for midfielder Callum McGregor.
The 26-year-old Scotland international is a key figure at Celtic Park, and is rumoured to be a target for Rodgers at Leicester.
“We’re in talks at the minute, so we’re hoping to get that one finalised," Lennon confirmed. “There was interest in him, there was no question about that. That doesn’t surprise us."
Pulisic considering Chelsea future
The USMNT international is frustrated at Stamford Bridge
The American international only joined from Borussia Dortmund in the summer but has found game time limited in recent weeks, and was omitted from the squad entirely for his side's Champions League clash with Lille.
Pulisic is thought to want to fight for his spot, but things could change if more minutes on the pitch aren't forthcoming.
Spinazzola extends Roma contract
The 26-year-old moved from Juventus over the summer on a four-year contract, which has now been extended by an extra year.
He was part of the deal which saw Luca Pellegrini join the Italian champions, but Paulo Fonseca's side are clearly pleased with their end of the deal.
Solskjaer wants Norwegian link-up with Odegaard
The 20-year-old is currently on loan at Real Socieded from Real Madrid, and has been one of the Spanish top flight's standout players so far this season.
Liverpool and Arsenal are also said to be tracking Odegaard, who made a global splash when he signed for Madrid as a 16-year-old.
He has since spent time on loan in the Eredivisie with Heerenveen and Vitesse, as well as playing for Madrid's Castilla side.