Arsenal and Tottenham have given up on trying to sign Fulham starlet Fabio Carvalho, leaving Liverpool and Manchester United to do battle for his signature. (Daily Star)
Arsenal are still interested in signing 29-year-old Spain striker Alvaro Morata - who is on loan from Atletico Madrid at Juventus. (Calciomercato)
Arsenal representatives have met with Napoli star Fabian Ruiz's agents as they consider a £16m summer move for the midfielder, who has turned down the Serie A club's offer of a new contract. (Daily Mirror)
Tottenham are leading the race to sign Inter Milan and Netherlands defender Stefan de Vrij, 30. (Daily Star)
Real Madrid winger Lucas Vazquez, 30, wants to leave the club to play first-team football so he can make Spain's World Cup squad. (El Nacional)
Real Madrid will focus on strengthening their attack in the summer rather than pursuing a squad overhaul which could impact the club's financial position. (Marca)
Everton could try to sign one of Chelsea's out-on-loan trio of Billy Gilmour, Conor Gallagher or Armando Broja this summer. Scotland midfielder Gilmour, 20, is at Norwich, England midfielder Gallagher, 22, is at Crystal Palace and Albania striker Broja, 20, is at Southampton. (Givemesport)
Juventus are prepared to offer Argentina forward Paulo Dybala the contract extension that was agreed in October if the 28-year-old's agent gives up a large amount of the commission he would make on that deal. (Football Italia)
Houston Dynamo have made an offer to sign Atletico Madrid and Mexico midfielder Hector Herrera, 31. (MLS)
Italian trio Inter Milan, AC Milan and Juventus are all interested in Barcelona and Netherlands forward Memphis Depay, 28.
Darren Ferguson has resigned from his role as manager of Peterborough United, with the club languishing in the bottom three of the Sky Bet Championship. (Sky Sports)
Mikel Arteta has hinted Martin Odegaard could be a future Arsenal captain, if not the full-time replacement for former skipper Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola wants the club to extend the contract of England forward Raheem Sterling, 27.
Gareth Southgate will remind England's players of their off-field responsibilities after Phil Foden became the latest international star to become involved in an incident away from football.
The on-field clash between Brighton team-mates Robert Sanchez and Shane Duffy against Burnley on Saturday continued into the tunnel at half-time, with damage reportedly being done to a wall. (Daily Mail)
Jack Wilshere will not be the highest-paid player at his new Danish club AGF - his wages at his new club will be on £5,000 a week before bonuses. (Sun)
David Beckham's Inter Miami partner Jorge Mas has reportedly agreed to purchase Spanish second-tier side Real Zaragoza.