25th Sept 2013
Wales winger Gareth Bale flew back from Spain and held talks with Manchester United before completing a world record £86m move to Real Madrid.Full story: Daily Mirror
The Premier League champions offered Tottenham more than £120m in a bid to get Bale.
Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham could be alerted by uncertainty of Andrea Pirlo's future at Juventus. The Italy midfielder could be allowed to leave in January if the Turin club decide against extending his current deal beyond this season.
Chelsea are set to move for Porto defender Eliaquim Mangala in the January transfer window. Monaco are also interested in the France international centre-back.
Manchester United defender Rafael is considering a return to Brazil, with Corinthians a possible destination for the right-back.
Athletic Bilbao could move for Chelsea defender Cesar Azpilicueta in January. The Spanish right-back has only made one substitute appearance in the Premier League this season.
Arsenal and Juventus are both interested in Red Bull Salzburg's Austrian defender Martin Hinteregger.
Manager David Moyes says Manchester United are short of two players.
Arsenal and Tottenham are set to miss out on free agent striker Ciprian Marica.
Former Brighton manager Gus Poyet has held talks with Sunderland owner Ellis Short about replacing Paolo Di Canio at the Stadium of Light. Steve McClaren and Tony Pulis are also in the race for the job.
Uruguayan Poyet is set to be offered the job, with director of football Roberto De Fanti wanting a young "tracksuit" manager with good man-management skills.
Former Birmingham manager Alex McLeish says he wants the Sunderland job.
Norwich manager Chris Hughton could face the sack if the Canaries are beaten at Stoke on Sunday.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will have no hesitation about using Luis Suarez against rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford on Wednesday following the end of his 10-match suspension.
Striker Leroy Lita's time with Swansea's first-team squad has come to an end says manager Michael Laudrup.