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Transfer news - update 13:00 GMT

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho will have £80m to spend in the January transfer window with full-backs Luke Shaw, 22, and Matteo Darmian, 28, to be sold to fund the spending. (Sun)

Everton will compete with Manchester City and Arsenal for West Brom and Northern Ireland defender Jonny Evans, 29, in January.(ESPN)

Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 25, could reject a new contract at Chelsea, even if the club match David de Gea's Manchester United wages. (Evening Standard)

Newcastle are looking to find a new goalkeeper as Freddie Woodman, 20, prepares to go on loan to an EFL club. The Magpies have played down links to ex-Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas, 36, who has six months left on his Porto contract. (Newcastle Chronicle)

Transfer news - 07:00 GMT

Everton manager Sam Allardyce has made Watford striker Troy Deeney, 29, his top target in the January transfer window. (ESPN)

Meanwhile, Allardyce has stated his desire to keep Ross Barkley, 23, but hinted the midfielder could leave in the summer. (Liverpool Echo)

Manager Antonio Conte has told the Chelsea board to sort out new contracts for goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 25, and attacking midfielder Eden Hazard, 26, before they go to the World Cup with Belgium. (Daily Express)

Arsenal are keen to sign Sevilla midfielder Steven N'Zonzi, 28, with the former Blackburn and Stoke player having fallen out with boss Eduardo Berizzo. (AS, via Sun)

Newcastle striker Aleksandar Mitrovic, 23, could return to Anderlecht in January as his frustration at the club continues. (Nieuws Blad, via Newcastle Chronicle)

Everton, West Ham and Swansea are set to compete for the signing of Augsburg defender Daniel Opare, 27, in January. (Daily Mail)

Arsenal and Tottenham are interested in signing Dani Ceballos. The 21-year-old midfielder is unhappy at Real Madrid. (Calciomercato)

Schalke and Germany midfielder Leon Goretzka, 22, will tell Manchester United, Arsenal and Barcelona his future plans by the end of January amid interest from all three clubs. (Goal)

Tottenham are preparing an offer for 20-year-old attacking midfielder Yusuf Yazici, who plays for Turkish side Trabzonspor. (Sporx - in Turkish)

Brazilian side Gremio have told Barcelona they will have to pay a 50m euro (£44m) release clause to sign midfielder Arthur, after the 21-year-old was pictured wearing the Catalan club's kit. (RAC1, via Mail)

Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud, 31, needs to play more if he is to make France's World Cup squad and could consider a loan move in January, according to the country's assistant manager. (Daily Star)

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Meanwhile...

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba could face an extended ban for sarcastically applauding after being sent off during Saturday's victory over Arsenal. (Daily Telegraph)

Swansea City owners will back manager Paul Clement and give him money to spend in the January transfer window. (Wales Online)

Tempers boiled over in the Swansea City dressing room following their defeat by Stoke City on Saturday as the players were involved in a heated row. (Guardian)

Swansea City keeper Lukasz Fabianski believes the players are letting manager Paul Clement down and says: "It's difficult times for him [Clement] because he's trying his best but we as a team have to deliver." (Daily Mirror)

England players will share a £5m bonus if they win the 2018 World Cup but will receive nothing if they fail to progress from the group. (Sun)

Leicester winger Demarai Gray says team-mate Marc Albrighton deserves an England call-up. (Daily Express)

Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin says there is no fear from the Goodison Park side going into Sunday's derby against Liverpool after back-to-back league wins. (Daily Mirror)

Everton manager Sam Allardyce wants to bring in a sports psychologist to try to improve his side's form. (Times - subscription required)

Southampton striker Charlie Austin signed off the weekend with a Liam Gallagher-referencing tweet to celebrate scoring the equaliser in his side's 1-1 draw with Bournemouth.

Charlie Austin

Best of Sunday's gossip

Tottenham will sell England left-back Danny Rose, 27, to Manchester United in January, but only if they receive an offer of £45m. (Daily Star Sunday)

Liverpool are ready to launch a bid to reunite Jurgen Klopp with Borussia Dortmund's Gabon striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, 28, as Daniel Sturridge, 28, looks to leave Anfield. (Sunday Express)

New Everton boss Sam Allardyce is planning a £25m move for 28-year-old Sevilla and France midfielder Steven N'Zonzi, who played under the 63-year-old at Blackburn. (Mail on Sunday)

Chelsea would rather let Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, 25, leave for free when his contract ends in summer 2019 than sell him to Real Madrid at the end of this season. (Sun on Sunday)

Manchester City have not given up on signing West Brom and Northern Ireland centre-back Jonny Evans, 29, despite having two bids rejected in the summer. (Sunday Express)

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