Chelsea to orchestrate Bale's Premier League return
Chelsea are ready to step up their interest in Gareth Bale after Real Madrid became open to selling the Welsh star to part-fund a move for Kylian Mbappe, reports the Express.
Antonio Conte is a known admirer of Bale, and despite the 28-year-old's happiness in the Spanish capital, dropping out of the starting lineup if the Monaco sensation arrives could alter his stance.
Florentino Perez would be willing to sell for £90 million, according to the report, which would represent a marginal profit four years after breaking the world transfer record by paying Spurs &Ypound;85m.
Having scored 67 times in 150 appearances while winning three Champions Leagues, Bale's time in Spain has been a huge success, but a starring role back in the Premier League continues to be dangled in front of him.
Everton ready Welbeck bid
After splashing out more than £100m this summer, Everton have raised optimism of challenging the top six this season, but their ambition stretches further yet with the Mirrorclaiming the Toffees are ready to bid £30m for Danny Welbeck.
Ronald Koeman had wanted Gunners forward Olivier Giroud, but with the France international seemingly uninterested in moving to Merseyside, Welbeck could become the focus.
Arsene Wenger is prepared to let one of his forwards leave, having insisted that Alexis Sanchez will stay after making Alexandre Lacazette their Club record signing, and almost doubling the £16m invested in the former Manchester United star three years on would represent shrewd business.
Barca plot shock move for Alli
Fresh from a £200m injection after having Neymar taken from them by Paris Saint-Germain, Barcelona have reportedly set their sights on Tottenham star Dele Alli, according to the Express.
While a left winger to replace Neymar is crucial, manager Ernesto Valverde is determined to sign a new centre midfielder, with last summer's big-money signing Andre Gomes proving incapable of making the step up from Valencia to the Camp Nou.
The report suggests the Blaugrana want to take advantage of the England international's modest salary, with several teammates above him in the club's wage structure, though Spurs are determined to not sell and after receiving £50m from selling Kyle Walker to Manchester City, the Catalan giants face a tough task convincing them otherwise.
Liverpool to receive British record offer for Coutinho
Barcelona will test Liverpool's resolve to keep Philippe Coutinho by offering them a British record fee of £120m, according to the Star.
Absent from the Reds' preseason friendly win against Athletic Bilbao in Dublin, officially through injury, the Brazilian is a key target for Valverde's side after losing Neymar this week.
Not done there, Barca will happily pay Borussia Dortmund £70m to take Ousmane Dembele off their hands, which would all but use up the fee received from PSG for Neymar.
Eden Hazard is another target and could be approached if Barca fail to land Coutinho, as the Catalan side begin to desperately search for Neymar's replacement with just weeks left of the transfer window.
Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Barcelona want to sign Monaco's 21-year-old France winger Thomas Lemar. (Sunday Mirror)
Everton will move for Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck, 26, if they cannot persuade his French team-mate Olivier Giroud, 30, to leave the Emirates. (Sunday People)
Real Madrid have assured Wales midfielder Gareth Bale, 28, he is "the future of the club", in a move that will disappoint Manchester United. (Guardian)
Chelsea still hope to beat Liverpool to the signature of Southampton's 26-year-old Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk. (Evening Standard)
But Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has told Chelsea they have "no chance" of signing Brazilian left-back Alex Sandro, 26. (ESPN FC)
Swansea City must pay £13m if they want to re-sign striker Wilfried Bony from Manchester City. (Sunday Mirror)
Borussia Dortmund manager Peter Bosz says he is not worried about losing France forward Ousmane Dembele, 20. (Metro)
Barcelona want Nice's Ivory Coast midfielder Jean-Michael Seri, 26, who is also being pursued by Arsenal. (Mundo Deportivo via Metro)
Liverpool have been dealt a huge blow in their pursuit of 27-year-old Rennes midfielder Benjamin Andre. (Express)
Newcastle are targeting West Ham goalkeeper Adrian, 30, to bolster their goalkeeping options. (Sky Sports)
Wilfried Bony scored 25 goals in 65 Premier League games for Swansea before moving to Man City in 2015
Stoke City are closing in on Cameroon forward Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting, 28, who is a free agent after leaving German club Schalke. (Sentinel)
West Bromwich Albion will not sell Belgian winger Nacer Chadli, 28, to Swansea City, despite strong interest from the Welsh club. (Express & Star)
Baggies boss Tony Pulis is set to offer Everton's Gareth Barry, 36, a two-year deal to replace Darren Fletcher, who moved to Stoke this summer. (Daily Mail)
Manchester United's Uruguay defender Guillermo Varela, 24, is set to re-join Penarol four years after leaving to move to Old Trafford. (Manchester Evening News)
Premier League newcomers Brighton want a forward and a goalkeeper before the transfer window closes. (The Argus)
Aston Villa's French defender Jordan Amavi, 25, is wanted by Marseille on loan with a view to a permanent move. (Birmingham Mail)
Everton's 19-year-old forward Ademola Lookman is wanted by Derby County on loan. (Daily Mail)
Bolton manager Phil Parkinson is close to signing a new contract with the Championship club. Parkinson, 49, has been in charge since June 2016. (Bolton News)
Switzerland defender Johan Djourou's move to Sheffield Wednesday has collapsed despite the former Arsenal player passing a medical. (Sheffield Star)
Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino has played down suggestions that Saints are about to complete a £16m deal for Juventus midfielder Mario Lemina, 23. (Daily Echo)