Chelsea are ready to back manager Jose Mourinho with a fresh move for Everton centre-back John Stones and Paris St-Germain defender Marquinhos, both 21, in January. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester United are prepared to sell defender Marcos Rojo, 25, in the January transfer window and replace him with 23-year-old Porto defender Bruno Martins Indi. (Manchester Evening News)
Arsenal goalkeeper David Ospina, 27, is set to be dropped for a number of key fixtures, including in the Champions League and could push for a loan move in January. (Sun - subscription required)
Saturday's Daily Star back page
Jurgen Klopp's message to Liverpool's players about doing it his way leads the back of the Daily Star
New Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has told his players they must do things "one way, and that is my way" after being unveiled at Anfield. (Daily Star)
Liverpool chairman Tom Werner says Fenway Sports Group's ownership of the club will not be considered a success unless the club starts winning more silverware. (Daily Express)
Werner says former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was given ample time to improve results. (Guardian)
Striker Diego Costa, 27, has admitted his poor start to the season is down to the fact he returned to Chelsea overweight this summer. (Daily Telegraph)
Arsenal had a loan bid for Dynamo Moscow striker Aleksandr Kokorin, 24, rejected during the summer transfer window. (Evening Standard from Sovsport.ru)
Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood wants a greater say in transfers after head of recruitment Paddy Reilly and sporting director Hendrik Almstadt recommended deals in the summer. (Daily Mirror)
Everton defender Ramiro Funes Mori, 24, is confident he will be fit to face Manchester United - despite facing a 6,000-mile journey just days before the game, after being on international duty with Argentina. (Liverpool Echo)
Crystal Palace hope to sign Ballymena striker Matthew Shevlin, 16, despite having a bid rejected. The Northern Ireland youngster has impressed manager Alan Pardew during training sessions with the club. (Surrey Mirror)
Real Madrid coach Rafael Benitez was pressured into calling 29-year-old defender Sergio Ramos to explain comments he made about the player after last weekend's Madrid derby draw. (Daily Mail)
The Football Association of Ireland is set to open contract negotiations with manager Martin O'Neill after they moved to the verge of qualification for next summer's European Championship finals. (Times - subscription required)
Bieber reveals a bromance with Robbie Keane
It looks like the Republic of Ireland have a new fan in Justin Bieber. The pop superstar tweeted a message of congratulations to the team and his "brother Keano" after their Euro 2016 qualifying win over world champions Germany. Bieber then posted a video of Robbie Keane and the squad listening to him on their team bus after their victory.
Normal One t-shirt
Liverpool's retail department wasted no time in putting new manager Jurgen Klopp's quote about being the "normal one" on a T-shirt.
Former Manchester United keeper Peter Schmeichel responded on Twitter to a quote from new Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp saying he will win a title within four years: "First mistake..?? Others have made the same promise! #It
Ever wondered what Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo eats for lunch? Well he has handily posted a picture of it on Instagram.
One Direction's Niall Horan joked on Twitter that he will call his first child Shane Long, after the striker scored the winner against Germany for the Republic of Ireland.
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi seems to be in high spirits during his recovery from a knee injury after he put up a picture on his Instagram account. The post came shortly after Argentina's defeat by Ecuador in a World Cup qualifier which forced Messi to later post: "I want to clarify that my last message has nothing to do with the Argentinian national team. Obviously I am 100% behind them and all the team."
Lionel Messi instagram
Englishman Keith Armstrong was sacked as manager of Finnish side FC Ilves after the 57-year-old spent a Sunday afternoon analysing a day of Premier League fixtures on television rather than taking charge of a league game. (ESPN)