Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Saturday's national newspapers.
Pep Guardiola is the prime target for Paris Saint-Germain, the world's biggest-spending club.
Alexis Sanchez is in the Arsenal squad for Crystal Palace and could still bid the Emirates farewell from the pitch.
Mauricio Pochettino has been given a free run at £35m Brazilian winger Malcom with Arsenal out of the running.
West Brom teenager Tyler Roberts, a free agent in the summer, is being chased by Leeds United, Rangers and Marseille.
Crystal Palace could turn to FC Copenhagen's Sweden international Robin Olsen to end their search for a new goalkeeper.
West Ham are set to offer a new four-year deal to Declan Rice to fend off mounting interest in the young defender.
Arsene Wenger is adamant Jack Wilshere will stay at Arsenal - and hinted he can become the club's permanent captain.
Benik Afobe is set for a move from Bournemouth but Eddie Howe wants a £10m fee.
United States football bosses fear their 2026 World Cup bid is doomed because Donald Trump has alienated too many countries since becoming President.
Marco Silva admits Richarlison has been distracted by interest from Arsenal and Chelsea.
Thibaut Courtois has added to Antonio Conte's growing list of problems by suffering an ankle injury that is expected to rule the goalkeeper out of Chelsea's trip to Brighton.
Swansea have enlisted the help of 'super-agent' Jorge Mendes to boost their Premier League survival mission.
Mauricio Pochettino has said it is harder for Tottenham's academy players to break into the first team than when he arrived at the club.
Manchester United will not let Henrikh Mkhitaryan ruin Alexis Sanchez's switch to Old Trafford.
Theo Walcott collected his belongings at Arsenal's London Colney training ground in black bin bags.
Kevin De Bruyne is gearing up to sign a new deal at Manchester City worth more than £260,000 a week.
Chelsea are exploring a loan move for Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke as their search for a target man drags on.
The Football Association will consider whether it is worth scrapping more replays in the FA Cup after acknowledging Premier League clubs' complaints about the congested fixture calendar.
Manchester United face a challenge to keep hold of England U20 goalkeeper Dean Henderson amid interest from Chelsea and Arsenal.
Daniel Kindberg, chairman of Swedish side Ostersunds, is considering an investment in National League crisis club Hartlepool.
West Brom's hopes of strengthening their squad in January are being hindered by Premier League wage control rules, with their summer spending leaving them Alan Pardew little room to manoeuvre.
Dundee are asking for £1.5m for Celtic target Jack Hendry.
Hamilton are adamant they will not accept less than £600,000 from Rangers for Greg Docherty but a deal could be finalised this week.