All the top stories and transfer rumours from Monday’s newspapers…
Mykhailo Mudryk has reportedly agreed personal terms on a proposed transfer to Arsenal as the forward edges closer to a move to the Emirates Stadium.
Arsenal could be at risk of losing captain Martin Odegaard following reports that his early season form has caught the eye of Real Madrid.
Manchester United are reportedly leading the race to sign Marcus Thuram in a cut-price deal from Borussia Monchengladbach in the January transfer window.
Unai Emery has insisted Emiliano Martinez is still Aston Villa’s No 1 despite making the Argentina keeper wait for his return.
Frenkie de Jong has told Erik ten Hag he wants to join Manchester United after the club has turned its season around, according to reports – having turned down a move to Old Trafford last summer.
Casemiro has heaped praise on his Manchester United team-mate Marcus Rashford, as he admitted being ‘really surprised’ by the striker.
Rio Ferdinand has defended Cristiano Ronaldo following his move to Saudi Arabia club Al Nassr, comparing the switch to the swansongs of Wayne Rooney and David Beckham in the United States.
Newcastle have recalled goalkeeper Martin Dubravka from his loan at Manchester United.
Liverpool had not planned to move for Cody Gakpo this January but changed their plans following Manchester United’s interest.
Erik ten Hag has taken control of Manchester United’s reserve team as he strives to continue the club’s tradition of developing young talent.
Arsenal are set to make an improved bid for Shakhtar Donetsk winger Mykhailo Mudryk after a £45m offer was rejected – with Chelsea also interested and the Ukrainian side seeking £85m.
Former Arsenal forward Jermaine Pennant has been declared bankrupt after racking up debts of more than £1m.
Romelu Lukaku revealed he was allowed to leave Chelsea after telling owner Todd Boehly how he felt about former manager Thomas Tuchel.
Cody Gakpo can emulate idol Thierry Henry and take Premier League by storm with Liverpool, says old PSV coach Twan Scheepers.
Brighton could recall Reda Khadra from a disastrous loan spell with Sheffield United.
Manchester United are joining Newcastle in the race to sign Sunderland wonderkid Chris Rigg.
Marseille are interested in signing Manchester United midfielder Hannibal Mejbri, who is currently on loan at Birmingham City.
Brentford are tracking Sunderland striker Ross Stewart – in case they need a replacement for Ivan Toney.
Spurs are nearing their first signing of the January transfer window with a deal for Sporting Lisbon defender Pedro Porro close.
Barcelona could sell Raphinha after just six months at the Nou Camp to fund deals for Bernardo Silva or Joao Cancelo, with Manchester United expressing interest in the winger last summer.
Chelsea have renewed belief they can sign midfielder Enzo Fernandez with Benfica taken aback by the Blues’ latest offer.
World Cup final referee Szymon Marciniak has admitted his widely-praised Argentina vs France performance wasn’t completely error-free.
Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka could form part of a potential swap deal for Leicester playmaker James Maddison.
Manchester United and Arsenal are the frontrunners to sign Atletico Madrid forward Joao Felix in January.
Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic is reportedly interested in ditching the Serie A giants to join Manchester United, according to reports.
Nottingham Forest are investigating reports of alleged homophobic chanting during their draw with Chelsea on New Year’s Day.
Ivan Toney could be available to play for Brentford against Liverpool on Monday evening after overcoming a serious injury scare.
Joao Felix has Premier League interest but €21m price is a stumbling block for any loan move.
Eddie Howe wants Newcastle to sign a No 6 in the January transfer window, with Youri Tielemans and Moises Caicedo on the watch list.
David Wagner is on a four-person shortlist for the vacant Norwich City job.
Brighton are confident that World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister will still be their player at the end of January, amid interest from Juventus, Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester United.
Rangers would have to pay around £3m for the services of Wolves defender Dion Sanderson.