Gossip: Griezmann, Southgate, Aguero, Rooney, Pulisic, Dolberg, Van Dijk, N'Zonzi
Manchester City are ready to make a £70m bid for Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann, 25, but Manchester United and Chelsea are also interested in the France international. (Sunday Mirror)
England interim manager Gareth Southgate is expected to be given the job permanently if his side beat Scotland in Friday's World Cup qualifier. (Mail on Sunday)
French champions Paris St-Germain want to sign Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero, 28. (Sunday Express)
Arsenal are considering a move for 21-year-old Atletico Madrid defender Jose Gimenez. The Uruguay international could cost the Gunners £54m. (Sun on Sunday)
Wayne Rooney, 31, is determined to remain at Manchester United until the end of his contract in 2019, and the England captain believes he can secure a starting spot under Jose Mourinho. (Observer)
Liverpool have made Borussia Dortmund's American winger Christian Pulisic, 18, a January transfer target. (Sunday Mirror)
Liverpool midfielder Emre Can, 22, says Manchester United should have shown his former Germany team-mate Bastian Schweinsteiger, 32, more respect. (Mail on Sunday)
West Ham striker Andy Carroll is attracting interest from two Chinese clubs, who are prepared to pay the 27-year-old £300,000 a week. (Sunday Express)
Manchester United want to sign Ajax's 19-year-old Danish forward Kasper Dolberg. (Sunday People)
Southampton manager Claude Puel says the club's 25-year-old defender Virgil van Dijk can become "one of the best in the world". (Southampton Echo)
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has made signing £30m-rated Van Dijk a priority as he looks to strengthen his defence. (Sunday People)
Daryl Horgan, a star of Dundalk's Europa League run, could be set for a move to England, with Newcastle and Aston Villa interested in the 24-year-old winger. (Irish Independent)
Chelsea hope to convince 15-year-old French striker Louis Guebbels to leave Lyon and join their academy. (Sun on Sunday)
Everton manager Ronald Koeman believes he "needs more players" with the "mentality" of Idrissa Gueye, after his side lost 5-0 at Chelsea in the 27-year-old Senegal midfielder's absence. (Liverpool Echo)
Spanish giants Barcelona could move for ex-Stoke midfielder Steven N'Zonzi, to act as back-up to Spanish midfielder Sergio Busquets, 28. The 27-year-old French player is currently at Sevilla. (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)
Real Madrid's 17-year-old midfielder Martin Odegaard could be on his way to Rennes in January, after the French club failed to take the Norway international on loan in the summer. (Ouest France, via AS)
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri is confident striker Jamie Vardy, 29, will end his goal drought. Vardy, who scored 19 times last season, has been goalless for two months. (Sunday Times)
Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris, 29, has told the side they must stop "pretending" they are among the elite of English football and instead prove they deserve their place. (Sunday Telegraph)
Juventus want to sign Paris St-Germain midfielder Blaise Matuidi, 29, as a replacement for Paul Pogba, 23, who joined Manchester United in the summer. (Tuttosport, via Calciomercato)
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