MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Anthony Martial is a top transfer target for AC Milan, according to reports in Italy.
Pep Guardiola is keen to see Raheem Sterling commit his long-term future to Manchester City.
LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Willian admits he would have left Chelsea if Antonio Conte had stayed in charge and says the players are already having a lot more fun playing under Maurizio Sarri.
Eric Dier has questioned the summer spending of Tottenham’s Premier League rivals and says the squad are relishing the challenge of “shutting up” their own transfer critics.
Georginio Wijnaldum has laughed off suggestions he was ever close to leaving Liverpool this summer, describing rumours of a potential move to Fenerbahce as “speculation”.
Ademola Lookman was dropped from the Everton squad for the match with Wolves, Marco Silva has confirmed.
Leighton Baines has welcomed the pressure being put on him as Everton’s first-choice left-back by new signing Lucas Digne.
Newcastle midfielder Henri Saivet has all but agreed a move to Bursapor, according to reports in Turkey.
Sunderland will look to borrow one of English football’s top young strikers in the loan market this month.
Juan Sartori hopes that Sunderland could potentially become a platform for the best Uruguayan talent to thrive. Sartori has bought a 20% stake in the club, with Stewart Donald and Charlie Methven hoping that his football connections can help the Black Cats as they bounce back from years of underachievement.
Yannick Bolasie is being targeted by Aston Villa before the end of the month, according to reports.
Ross McCormack and Micah Richards could be released by Aston Villa, according to reports.
Birmingham City have sealed the signing of Cameron McGilp after his release from Melbourne Victory.
David Stockdale is “one million percent” ready to return to Birmingham City’s team if required to do so by Garry Monk.
West Bromwich Albion have been linked with a move for Crystal Palace defender Joel Ward before the loan transfer window closes.
Wolverhampton Wanderers have completed the signing of Maximilian Kilman from Maidenhead United after reaching an agreement for the 21-year-old on deadline day.
Sheffield United have won the race to sign Brighton’s in-demand midfield player Oliver Norwood, having beaten Yorkshire rivals Hull City in the battle to secure his signature.
Serie B side Brescia are being linked with a shock move for Barnsley defender Liam Lindsay.
Barry Bannan has paid tribute to Owls team-mate Steven Fletcher following their entertaining draw with Hull City, describing the striker as “like a new signing”.
James Maddison should aim to follow in the footsteps of Harry Maguire and target an England call-up during his debut season at Leicester City, according to Ben Chilwell.
Leonardo Ulloa has thanked Leicester City fans after leaving for Pachuca. The Argentinian striker departed the King Power Stadium after four years this week, signing a permanent deal with the Mexican club.
Zach Clough could be set for a move to Scotland in a bid to get first team football with Hiberniana and Aberdeen interested.
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe insists his army of trusted core players would help “set the standard” for big-money new recruits to follow.
Southampton are hopeful that Stuart Armstrong will be fit to face Everton next weekend after limping off injured during his full debut.
Domingos Quina says the lure of more first-team opportunities made a Deadline Day move from West Ham United to Watford too good to refuse.
Abdoulaye Doucoure says he is happy to have committed his future to Watford, but admits a move away in the future remains a possibility.
Blackpool’s interim boss Terry McPhillips insists he has no interest in becoming the club’s new manager.