MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho is interested in signing Sporting Lisbon’s Portugal international winger Gelson Martins, who has a €60m (£51m) buyout clause in his contract at the Estadio Jose Alvalade, reports AS.
New York City coach Patrick Vieira has revealed it would be a dream to one day manage former club Manchester City.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Spurs striker Harry Kane says he wants to stay at White Hart Lane for a “long, long time”.
Out-of-favour Liverpool frontman Daniel Sturridge should leave Anfield in the January transfer window, says Ian Wright.
Liverpool are running their eye over Inter Milan defender Geoffrey Kondogbia, according to reports in the Italian media.
Aston Villa could be forced into the transfer market in January to buy a new goalkeeper, with injured shot-stopper Jed Steer having an operation on his Achilles today.
West Brom are considering a swoop for Charlton striker Ademola Lookman, say reports in the British press.
EXPRESS & STAR
Aston Villa have confirmed the appointment of Colin Calderwood as Steve Bruce’s assistant manager.
Stoke are interested in signing Schalke left-back Sead Kolasinac, according to Kicker.
THE DAILY ECHO
Southampton fans should make the most of Virgil van Dijk while they can, says manager Claude Puel.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull boss Mike Phelan has admitted he is worried about the club’s struggles for goals so far this season.
Leicester have made a £15.5m offer for Genk midfielder Wilfred Ndidi, reports Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws, with talks understood to be continuing between the two clubs ahead of a possible move in January.
Norwich City are lining up a January swoop for Barnsley midfielder Conor Hourihane, say reports in the English media.
On-loan Nottingham Forest midfielder Pajtim Kasami needs to score more goals, according to his boss Philippe Montanier.
Middlesbrough assistant manager Steve Agnew, who had been rumoured to be joining Aston Villa as Steve Bruce’s right-hand man, is now staying at the Riverside after Colin Calderwood’s appointment to the role.
Reading manager Jaap Stam will sit down with his entire squad to discuss their futures at the club ahead of the January transfer window.
Brighton want Paul Trollope to be boss Chris Hughton’s new right-hand man after Colin Calderwood left to join Aston Villa.
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder has suggested Stefan Scougall may be handed a new deal at Bramall Lane.
Wilder, meanwhile, has also claimed no players will be made to stay at the club in January if they do not want to.
On-loan Bournemouth midfielder Nathan Ake has denied knowing anything about stories linking him with a return to Chelsea in the new year.