The future of Tottenham's Mauricio Pochettino and West Ham's Manuel Pellegrini dominate Wednesday's football rumour mill, with is all summed up in Paper Talk.
- Mauricio Pochettino has held talks with chairman Daniel Levy over his Tottenham future as players at the club brace themselves for a managerial change.
- Everton turned down the chance to sign Harry Maguire and Andy Robertson in a double deal, as well as rejecting RB Salzburg striker Erling Braut Haaland.
- West Ham will turn to Rafael Benitez if they decide to part company with Manuel Pellegrini.
- Manchester United expect to bring in up to £67m less than they did last year after failing to qualify for the Champions League.
- Gareth Southgate will embark on a fact-finding mission to Qatar next month - a move signalling the England manager's intention to remain in charge beyond Euro 2020.
- Manchester City are ready to draw level financially with rivals United thanks to a £650m Puma kit deal.
- Manchester United could land Bruno Fernandes in January with Sporting Lisbon needing to raise funds to clear debts of around £57m.
- Denis Zakaria's agent says his client will not be leaving Borussia Monchengladbach in January after interest from Arsenal and Manchester United.
- Chelsea missed out on Sergio Aguero before Manchester City signed him after Roman Abramovich baulked at spending £40m...months before buying Fernando Torres for £50m.
- Barcelona are planning a double swoop for Chelsea winger Willian and Napoli midfielder Fabian Ruiz when their contracts expire this summer.
- Emre Can has expressed his frustrations over a lack of playing time at Juventus amid talks of a move away from the club.
- Barcelona have rejected a £13m bid from a Premier League side for playmaker Ivan Rakitic, Spanish reports claim.
- Juventus and Inter have joined race for on-loan Manchester United ace Chris Smalling as Roma haggle over his £15m transfer fee.
- Chelsea will battle Liverpool for Genk midfielder Sander Berge if their transfer ban is lifted.
- Arsenal will not look to recruit a centre-back in the January transfer window despite their defensive woes under Unai Emery.
- Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward is willing to pass on Mario Mandzukic in order to pursue a January deal for Erling Braut Haaland.
- Manchester United will target the Europa League in earnest this season with the ambition of qualifying for Fifa's new Club World Cup.
- Swansea and Stoke City want Celtic ace Jonny Hayes as his Parkhead contract ends in the summer.
- Alan Irvine is a contender to become Hearts' new manager or sporting director after being recommended by Steven Naismith.
- John Potter could become Jack Ross' assistant after Sunderland boss Phil Parkinson admitted there had been contact with Hibs.
- Ed Woodward has reaffirmed that Manchester United have a clear recruitment vision ahead of the January transfer window opening. (Manchester Evening News)
- Pep Guardiola is happy in Manchester and under contract at Manchester City until 2021, his agent has reiterated. (Manchester Evening News)
- Newcastle United midfielder Sean Longstaff is not a 'key target' for Manchester United, according to reports. (Newcastle Chronicle)
- West Brom are assessing whether to make Chris Willock's loan move permanent - with the club having the option to buy the winger in January. (Express & Star)
- West Brom will consider selling England Under-20 defender Nathan Ferguson in January if the 19-year-old does not agree an extension to his present deal, which expires this summer. (Express and Star)