Football gossip: Sterling, Foden, Malcom, Eriksen, Ramsey, Barkley

Football gossip

Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling, 23, will sign a new contract to stay at the club beyond the summer, when his existing deal expires. (Manchester Evening News)

Borussia Dortmund are interested in Manchester City's England Under-21 midfielder Phil Foden, 18, and could buy him for £175,000. (Mail)

Arsenal and Tottenham are interested in Barcelona striker Malcom, 21, with the Brazilian getting limited playing time at the Nou Camp. (Mundo Deportivo via Mirror)

Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen, 26, is set to sign a contract extension at Tottenham. (Evening Standard)

Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey, 27, has been told by Arsenal he can leave next summer. (Mail)

Chelsea and England midfielder Ross Barkley, 24, could be the "next Frank Lampard", according to former player Pat Nevin. (Love Sport Radio)

Former Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is still an option for the vacant managerial position at Real Madrid despite reportedly being ruled out as a candidate earlier in the week. (AS)

Or, Real Madrid want to hold talks with Belgium coach Roberto Martinez, who is the frontrunner to take charge with Conte out of the running. (Telegraph)

Juventus are expected to move for Manchester United's Spanish midfielder Juan Mata, 30 in January. Mata is in the final year of his contract at Old Trafford. (Evening Standard)

Manchester United cited Liverpool and England midfielder Jordan Henderson, 28, in manager Jose Mourinho's appeal against his Football Association charge for using abusive language. (Times - subscription required)

Wolves have again been linked with Liverpool striker Divock Origi, 23, after originally bidding for the Belgian in the summer. (Birmingham Mail)

Manchester City and Spain Under-21 forward Brahim Diaz, 18, could leave for Real Madrid. (Telegraph)

Former Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg is not expected to return to officiate in the English top flight when his spell in Saudi Arabia ends in February. (Telegraph)

Former Uefa president Michel Platini says Real Madrid's France defender Raphael Varane, 25, should be the favourite for the Ballon d'Or. (Marca)

Manchester United and England striker Marcus Rashford celebrated his 21st birthday by handing out £20 notes to people trick or treating for Halloween. (Manchester Evening News)

Arsenal manager Unai Emery bet against his own team when he was a player at Toledo. (Sun)

West Ham will investigate how there were two separate pitch invasions during Wednesday's Carabao Cup loss to Tottenham. (Mail)

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