5th Nov 2013
Rivals Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are preparing bids of around £17m for Barcelona's midfielder Sergi Roberto.
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez says he knows nothing of any interest from Real Madrid and insists he is "comfortable and happy" at Anfield.
Newcastle United's France midfielder Yohan Cabaye is wanted by Serie A leaders Roma.Full story: Evening Chronicle
Monaco want to sign West Bromwich Albion striker Saido Berahino, heavily tipped to make it into Roy Hodgson's next England squad yet currently on just £850 a week at the Baggies.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Everton's hopes of completing a move for Porto's midfielder Fernando, who they tried to sign in the summer, is under threat from Napoli.
Full story: Talksport
Crystal Palace are confident of appointing a manager before Saturday's home game against Everton, with Wales boss Chris Coleman a clear favourite to succeed Ian Holloway.
Former Real Madrid defender Aitor Karanka, Jose Mourinho's ex-assistant at the Bernabeu, is the latest manager to hold talks over the vacant Palace job.
Manager Arsene Wenger, who is currently on a £7.5m a year contract, will delay signing a new improved deal until Arsenal have qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions League.
Chelsea defender David Luiz is set to be axed by Jose Mourinho after senior Chelsea players criticised his attitude in Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Newcastle.
Blues striker Fernando Torres is set to miss his team's Champions League game with Schalke on Wednesday after limping out of training.
The Premier League's expert group of doctors are to examine the rules around concussion and head injuries after Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris was allowed to stay on the field despite a blow to the head following a collision with Everton's Romelu Lukaku in Sunday's goalless draw at Goodison Park.Full story: Guardian
FA representatives spoke directly with Spurs on Monday and left with "no concerns" about the club's involvement in the incident.
Norwich City are in the Premier League's relegation zone after spending £13.5m on three strikers who have managed just six shots all season.
Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe admits he still loves West Ham, and says he made a "massive mistake" when he asked for a transfer when they were relegated from the Premier League in 2003.
West Ham's England striker Andy Carroll who has not played since May because of two different heel injuries, has had his recovery delayed by a viral infection in his stomach.