Thiago speculates on Bayern future
Thiago Alcantara expects to spend many more years at Bayern Munich and has no thoughts about leaving the club.
The midfielder has been linked with a return to former side Barcelona, but his contract with the German giants runs until 2021.
And the 28-year-old insists he is happy to remain in Munich for the time being, saying: “I feel fantastic, my family are very happy. The quality of life is incredibly good in Munich, so why not [stick around]?”
Sarri wants Kante & Emerson reunion at Juventus
Sarri has had a solid start to life in Turin, but is eager to strengthen his side further as they look to compete for the Champions League title and maintain their domestic dominance.
The coach sees Blues and France star midfielder N'Golo Kante as an ideal addition to his team, while Emerson Palmieri is the ideal candidate to help them at full-back.
Chelsea, however, do not want to sell either and are in talks with Emerson over a new contract.
Foden urged to consider January move
Phil Foden should consider leaving Manchester City in January to find first-team football elsewhere, says Stuart Pearce.
The 19-year-old midfielder has been declared unsellable by Pep Guardiola, but he is struggling for playing time in the Premier League.
Former City boss Pearce believes the England Under 21 international should think about requesting a loan move in the next transfer window.
Larsson & Kuyt to take charge at Southend
Henrik Larsson and Dirk Kuyt look set to take charge of Southend United's first-team.
Larsson will be joined by another ex-Feyenoord attacker, as Kuyt will also be part of the coaching team.
Mohamed returns to Monterrey
Rangers sign Southampton director Wilson
West Ham close to sealing Odubeko deal
West Ham are close to finalising a deal for 16-year-old forward Mipo Odubeko, reports Football Insider.
However, FA rules state that the Red Devils are still owed a compensation fee from the Hammers for bringing the youngster through their academy.
Foden urged to consider January move
Former Manchester City boss Stuart Pearce thinks Phil Foden should consider a loan move in January in order to secure regular game time.
The 19-year-old is highly rated by current City manager Pep Guardiola but is struggling for minutes in a star-studded squad, making just four appearances so far this season.
Inter to move for Matic in January
The 31-year-old Serbia international has fallen out of favour under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer this season, making just four starts in all competitions.
He is out of contract at the end of the season so would be available on a free transfer, meaning United may look to cash-in while they still can during the winter window.
‘Chelsea would be the best home for Zaha’
Speculation regarding the talented winger’s future at Selhurst Park continues to rage after Arsenal and Everton were linked with his services over the summer.
Inter lead Premier League clubs in Gotze chase
Borussia Dortmund midfielder available for free next summer
The Germany international's deal expires at the end of the season and there is no sign of an agreement over a renewal because he is no longer sure of a place in Lucien Favre's team.
Vidal quashes Barcelona exit talk
Arturo Vidal says he does not plan on leaving Barcelona any time soon amid rumours he is set for a January transfer.
The 32-year-old midfielder joined the Spanish champions in 2018, but his limited role at the club has sparked talk of an imminent move.
Inter are said to be at the front of the queue for his signature, but Vidal insists he does not want to "change clubs every time the window opens”.
Man City eye Borussia Dortmund teen
Although he just left their sister club, City are still monitoring his progress and could try to bring him to England in the near future.
Gnabry backs Muller amid uncertain Bayern future
Ranieri appointed Sampdoria coach
Claudio Ranieri has been confirmed as Sampdoria's new coach.
The 67-year-old had been out of work since leaving Roma at the end of last season and replaces Eusebio Di Francesco at the helm of the Genovese club.
Ranieri has signed a two-year deal with the Serie A side who sit bottom of the league with just three points.
Arsenal lead City in race for Torres
Emery's job rests on top-four finish
Szczesny set for Juve stay with no De Gea move planned
‘Ozil is a luxury that Emery wants out’
Mesut Ozil is a “luxury player”, admits Paul Merson, with Arsenal considered to be doing themselves few favours in freezing him out and edging him ever closer to the exits.
The former Gunners star has told the Daily Star: "Unai Emery should bring him in from the cold. But he won’t. If he plays Ozil and they win, he has to keep playing him, and the manager doesn’t want that. The manager wants him out."
Juve could offer Rabiot plus cash for Eriksen
And with Eriksen out of contract at the end of the season, Juve may be tempted to offer their underwhelming signing as part of a cut-price deal for the Dane in January.
Isco to leave Real Madrid
Playmaker wants out of the Bernabeu
The midfielder has played just three times in the league this term under Zinedine Zidane, and has not completed the 90 minutes once.
The 27-year-old has often insisted that he would stay and fight for his place in seasons gone by, but he now feels a move must be made.
Oldham loan out Gonzales
Oldham Athletic have loaned out Florian Gonzales to Ashton United until January 2020.
The midfielder joined the club on a one-year deal in the summer.
However, he has not made a league appearance and will now further his development with the seventh-tier side.
Blanc could hold out for Man Utd job despite Lyon talks
The former France boss believes he has a chance of landing the top job at Old Trafford, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer under pressure after a torrid start to the season.
Additionally, Lyon want Blanc to have Jean-Louis Gasset as his assistant, but Blanc wants to bring Franck Passi into the role, leading to an impasse in negotiations.
Liverpool keeping tabs on White
Reds looking at Leeds loanee
The Seagulls believe that he and Matt Clarke can step into the first team next season, but Liverpool see the defender as a replacement for Dejan Lovren.
Real, Barca circle for wonderkid Camavinga
The midfielder has played in every game for the Ligue 1 side so far this season despite his tender years, establishing himself as a first-team regular alreadycamavinga.
Milan chase €20m Celik
The Rossoneri have been disappointed with the progress of Davide Calabria, while doubts remain about Andrea Conti.
As a result, they have fixed their sights on Celik, with Lille set to demand €20m (£17.5m/$22.1m) for the 22-year-old.
Inter eye out-of-contract Matic in January
The Manchester United midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season, and the Red Devils could be tempted to part with him in January to avoid losing him for nothing.
Despite Inter's impressive start, Antonio Conte feels that a defensive midfielder is necessary and sees the Serbian - who he worked with at Chelsea - as the perfect solution for a cut-price fee.
Premier League clubs circle for Allen
A host of Premier League clubs have joined the race for Northern Irish wonderkid Charlie Allen, according to Football Insider.
Barca join Arsenal in Malen pursuit
The 20-year-old Dutch striker moved to PSV from Arsenal two years ago in a bid to gain regular playing time, and broke into the first team in fine style.
This season, he already has 16 goals and six assists from just 18 appearances across all competitions.
Man Utd prioritise Koulibaly signing
The Red Devils have struggled despite making Harry Maguire the most expensive centre-back in the world and are targeting further reinforcements.
Barca to offer Messi 'lifelong contract'
In practice, the deal will run until at least 2022, but club president Josep Maria Bartomeu wants to maintain the link between the Argentine and the club for as long as possible.
Even when Messi retires from football, Barca will offer their club legend opportunities to remain involved with the club.
Mbappe, Kane top of Barca's striker wishlist
The La Liga giants have prioritised the signing of a centre-forward as their next major acquisition.
The club's top target is Kylian Mbappe, with Harry Kane a close second as Real Madrid appears to be the Frenchman's preferred destination.
There has been some consideration of Roberto Firmino, while a younger option such as Lautaro Martinez and Marcus Rashford is also a possibility.
Man Utd tried to sign Griezmann and Llorente
The pair were targeted to replace Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku, who both moved to Inter.
Milan consider Elneny and Rahman in January
Newcastle keen to tie down Longstaff
Newcastle hero Matty Longstaff is currently on a deal that sees him earn only £850 a week, according to The Sun.
Longstaff is free to talk to foreign clubs in January as his contract winds down, but the Magpies don't want to lose the 19-year-old and will attempt to tie him down with a long-term deal.
Villa among favourites to land Dier
The 25-year-old has made just one Premier League start for Spurs this season, and has lost his place in the England set-up as well.
A move to the Midlands side in January would give him the chance to stake a claim in Gareth Southgate's Euro 2020 squad.
Ranieri set for Sampdoria
Sampdoria are bottom of Serie A as it stands with one win and six losses in seven matches.
Mandzukic to United almost done
United have been toothless up front so far this season after selling Romelu Lukaku to Inter without replacing him.
Mandzukic was linked with the Red Devils this summer and is surplus to requirements with Maurizio Sarri in charge in Turin.
Those circumstances make ex-Liverpool man Nicol certain Mandzukic is on the way to Manchester in January.
Man Utd not 'naive' enough to sack Solskjaer
Rio Ferdinand does not believe Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be sacked as Manchester United manager.
The former Red Devil thinks the club will back the embattled Norwegian to turn the team's fortunes around in a long-term rebuild.
"[United aren't] naive enough to think that it was going to be a situation where he just changes it overnight," said the retired centre-back.
Ex-Red Coutinho could still help Liverpool
Despite leaving LIverpool for Barcelona 18 months ago, Philippe Coutinho could prove positive for the Anfield side.
Chelsea consider Ampadu recall from RB Leipzig
The Sun claims the Chelsea hierarchy are concerned about his role at the club and could bring an early end to his spell there.
Norwich eye Bayern Munich striker
The 25-year-old has featured for the Bayern first-team twice since joining in 2017 and has proved prolific for the reserves.
Norwich boss Daniel Farke has highlighted him as a potential signing, but there is also interest from the Eredivisie.
Mandzukic expects January offer from Man Utd
Juventus want €10m for Croatian striker
United came close to signing Mandzukic and his team-mate Paulo Dybala last summer after Romelu Lukaku left Old Trafford to join Inter but talks broke down.
United are expected to return for Mandzukic in January as they need to strengthen in attack and Juve are willing to let him go for €10 million (£9m/$11m).
Lazio plot bid for Amrabat
Eriksen open to Bayern Munich move
German giants have already contacted Real Madrid and Man Utd target
The attacking midfielder is expected to leave Tottenham as his contract expires at the end of the season, though the club are reportedly considering selling him in the next transfer window.