4th Nov 2013
West Ham, who have failed to score in six out of their 10 Premier League games this season, are preparing a bid for striker Chelsea striker Demba Ba.Full story: Daily Mirror
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been given permission to bring in another striker in January after Samuel Eto'o and Fernando Torres scored just one goal apiece in his side's first 10 Premier League games.
Arsenal and Tottenham could be ready to step up their efforts to buy Alexandre Pato after Brazilian club Corinthians said they would be prepared to sell the striker in January.
Stoke, Hull, Sunderland and Crystal Palace have all been linked with a move for Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner in the January transfer window.
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez appeared to cast doubt over his future at Old Trafford by retweeting a story featuring quotes from Mexico team-mate Carlos Vela, in which the former Arsenal striker said Hernandez would need to leave United for regular first-team football.
Everton had Dundee United centre-back John Souttar watched in Saturday's draw against Celtic and hope to sign the player, who has also been on the radar of Sunderland and QPR, for £1m.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp is set to run the rule over former West Ham, Liverpool and Chelsea midfielder Yossi Benayoun, with a view to signing the 33-year-old on a free transfer.
Goalkeeper Joe Hart is set to remain on the bench for Manchester City's Champions League meeting with CSKA Moscow on Tuesday after being dropped in favour of Costel Pantilimon for Saturday's 7-0 win over Norwich.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has a left ankle injury and is a major doubt for his side's trip to play Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is planning on making wholesale changes to his side for the Champions League game against Schalke following the defeat by Newcastle on Saturday.
Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas is not worried about his side's lack of goals following a 0-0 draw with Everton that means the White Hart Lane side have now scored only nine times in 10 Premier League outings.
Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan said he would not comment when asked if he feared manager Malky Mackay would leave the club following recent disputes behind the scenes.
Cardiff boss Malkay Mackay praised the players, fans and staff after his side's win over Welsh rivals Swansea, but did not mention owner Vincent Tan.
Mackay will be a target for Norwich if current Canaries boss Chris Hughton cannot stop his side's poor form this season.