MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Reports in Spain claim Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo wants to rejoin Barcelona after a difficult start to his Premier League career.
Everton transfer target Memphis Depay has posted a cryptic message on his Snapchat account, saying he is “waiting” amid talk of a move away from Old Trafford.
Depay is expected to follow Morgan Schneiderlin to Everton once the January transfer window opens.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Arsene Wenger has no concerns that the mounting speculation over the futures of Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil will affect their form.
West Ham have claimed Reece Oxford turned down interest from Man City, Man Utd and Arsenal before agreeing a new Hammers contract.
Crystal Palace forward Christian Benteke felt “like a loser” during his final months at Liverpool.
Jan Molby admits he was surprised by Jurgen Klopp’s decision to drop goalkeeper Loris Karius but believes he will be Liverpool’s No 1 in the future.
Everton U23s are targeting three new signings in the January transfer window.
Reports in France claim Newcastle are planning a January swoop for Ivory Coast international striker Nicolas Pepe, who currently plays for Angers.
Hamburg are reportedly keeping tabs on Sunderland’s former Bayern Munich midfielder Jan Kirchhoff.
Steve Bruce could strengthen Aston Villa’s midfield in January, with Conor Hourihane and James McCarthy linked.
West Brom are reportedly considering a move for Manchester City’s out-of-favour midfielder Fabian Delph.
THE DAILY ECHO
Claude Puel desperately needs to sign a striker in January and West Brom’s Saido Berahino or Celtic’s Moussa Dembele could be options for Southampton.
Celtic will refuse any offer for defender Jozo Simunovic amid reported interest from Torino.
Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy cannot guarantee making any new signings in the January transfer window.
Mark Hughes is looking for quality not quantity when the January window opens, with Stoke expected to be active in the market.
Spanish clubs are queuing up to offer Bojan Krkic an escape from Stoke.
Owen Coyle insists Blackburn need investment in their squad in January to help bolster the club’s Championship prospects.
SOUTH WALES EVENING POST
Leigh Dineen will not be reappointed as a Swansea City director following a board meeting ahead of the club’s clash with West Brom.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
Chris Wood is set to miss Saturday’s match against Brentford with a hamstring injury.
THE BOLTON NEWS
Bolton boss Phil Parkinson won’t let Josh Vela get carried away despite his brilliant form for the League One club.
Rotherham United are prepared to keep faith with caretaker manager Paul Warne for an extended period of time after he impressed in his three matches in charge.