What today's papers are saying,October 25.
Lionel Messi has pointedly refused to rule out a move from Barcelona to the Prem.
Tim Sherwood faces D-day against Swansea - with the axe set to fall if he fails to win.
Bolton boss Neil Lennon has gone back for Shola Ameobi in a bid to fire-up his failing side.
Jose Mourinho is unhappy with Belgium boss Marc Wilmots for suggesting his midfielder Eden Hazard should join Real Madrid.
Liverpool have been hit with fresh injury concerns over the fitness of striker Daniel Sturridge.
Manchester United and Arsenal could swoop for Argentine forward Paulo Dybala after his former president urged him to leave Juventus.
Louis van Gaal has confirmed he wants to add one more new signing to his Manchester United squad.
An England international and another Premier League star are set to become the first players to come out as gay publicly while playing in the top flight.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has told skipper Vincent Kompany he is not guaranteed his first-team spot and his days of being an "untouchable" at the Etihad are over.
Pep Guardiola is ready to leave Bayern Munich this summer with his eye on Arsenal or Chelsea.
Manchester United goalkeeper Victor Valdes is hoping to move to a rival Premier League club in January, according to his agent Gines Carvaja.
Tony Pulis has revealed he has had secret bonding sessions with Saido Berahino to stop him from leaving West Brom.
Chelsea are considering a move for Boca Juniors star Jonathan Calleri in the January transfer window.
Chelsea are confident of deflecting interest from Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain to sign Red Star Belgrade and Serbian midfielder Marko Grujic.
Manchester United have to double their summer offer for Sadio Mane to have any chance of buying him next year following the Southampton forward's outstanding start to the season.
Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola is keen on residing in London and is set to look for new employers in the Premier League at the end of the season if he does not sign a new deal to stay at the German club.