City eye £40m Ake, Hazard set to make Premier League history and Conte heading to Real Madrid. All in today's newspapers.
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Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola will weigh up a £40m bid for Bournemouth defender Nathan Ake in January.
Chelsea are desperate to secure N'Golo Kante to a new contract with Real Madrid ready to make an offer for the France midfielder.
Celtic have placed a £9m price tag on Brendan Rodgers, giving Leicester City and Newcastle a headache as they ponder possible managerial changes.
Brighton are ready to make a £10m move for Chelsea youngster Reece James, who has impressed since joining Wigan on loan over the summer.
Sporting Kansas City striker Daniel Salloi hopes his agent will be able to find a Championship club for him in January.
Middlesbrough could benefit if Everton opt to allow Kieran Dowell to make a loan move in January.
Stoke City will only ask for a small fee if anyone wants to take Charlie Adam off their hands in January - he is out of contract next summer.
Maria Sharapova and Nike are poised to bring an end to the sponsorship deal which initially made her one of the world's highest-paid sportswomen.
Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman is preparing a sensational £4bn bid to buy Manchester United.
Manchester United have gagged their match-day ambassadors from criticising Jose Mourinho.
Manchester City are refusing to blink over Raheem Sterling's contract demands - increasing fears the England winger will leave next summer.
Bill Kenwright wants to bring together billionaires Farhad Moshiri and Alister Usmanov at Everton.
Premier League scouts are flocking to Germany to watch former Rangers defender David Bates, now plying his trade with 2.Bundesliga side Hamburg.
Arsenal are leading the chase to sign exciting Ipswich teenager Dylan Crowe.
Newcastle and West Ham are keeping tabs on Aston Villa youngster Mitchell Clark, who is currently on loan with Port Vale.
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Tottenham have extended their stadium loan to £500m to cover the rising costs of the delayed construction.
Chelsea are set to make Eden Hazard the highest-paid player in the Premier League after he signalled that he is ready to end his career at Stamford Bridge.
Arsenal are lining up a loan move for Barcelona flop Malcom in January.
Manchester City have been told that Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt want to play for the same team and are now pondering a double move for the Ajax youngsters.
Tottenham are lining up a shock move for Blackburn midfielder Bradley Dack after impressive scouting reports.
Real Madrid are ready to turn their long-term interest in Raheem Sterling into a concrete January offer for the Manchester United and England forward.
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Fiorentina defender Nikola Milenkovic has emerged as Manchester United's top Serbian target - ahead of Lazio's Sergej Milinkovic-Savic.
Antonio Conte has edged a step closer to becoming the new Real Madrid manager.
HMRC have expanded their probe into football with nearly 200 players coming under investigation after UK tax authorities consulted with their compatriots in Spain.
Former culture secretary Andy Burnham has warned that grassroots football is in danger of "decay" because of deep spending cuts in local government.
Scott Brown has been rated a major doubt for Celtic's Europa League crunch with RP Leipzig on Thursday after limping off in the 4-2 win over Hibernian.
Scott Brown and Leigh Griffiths are both in a fitness fight to make Celtic's Euro tie against RB Leipzig.