Wednesday's gossip: Casemiro, Osimhen, Todibo, Raphinha, Forsberg, Palhinha, Sancho, Jorginho


Manchester United will consider offers for Brazil midfielder Casemiro, with the Saudi Pro League targeting a big-money move for the 31-year-old. (Talksport)

Chelsea are unlikely to put a bid in for Napoli and Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen, 24, in the January transfer window. (Football London)

Osimhen is said to be open to a move to Stamford Bridge but Chelsea will have to wait until next summer. (Standard)

Nice and France centre-back Jean-Clair Todibo, 23, has emerged as the primary January transfer target for Manchester United. (Football Transfers)

Juventus contacted Manchester United last week over a loan deal for 23-year-old English winger Jadon Sancho. (Mail)

Manchester United and Tottenham have joined Liverpool and Arsenal in the race to sign 22-year-old Fluminense and Brazil midfielder Andre. (90min)

Barcelona have set 26-year-old Brazil forward Raphinha's transfer fee at 70m euros (£60.8m). (Football Transfers)

Arsenal have been alerted to the possible January availability of Al-Hilal and Portugal midfielder Ruben Neves, 26. (90min)

The Gunners will move for Aston Villa's Brazil midfielder Douglas Luiz, 25, in January. (Mirror)

Fulham's 28-year-old Portugal midfielder Joao Palhinha said his failed deadline-day move to Bayern Munich "really affected me". (Mail)

Newcastle United will look to bring in a striker in January and could target VfB Stuttgart's 27-year-old Guinea forward Serhou Guirassy. (Chronicle)

Arsenal midfielder Jorginho, 31, says he would like to return home and play for an Italian club before the end of his career. (Metro)

Leeds United will soon begin contract talks with 17-year-old English midfielder Archie Gray amid interest from Liverpool. (Football Insider)

Charlton and Leyton Orient are interested in signing teenage forward Jamie Donley, 18, on loan from Tottenham. (Teamtalk)

Bayern Munich and England striker Harry Kane, 30, has a clause in his contract that if he scores more than 40 goals across all competitions in a single season, he will receive 250,000 euros. (Sport Bild via Christian Falk)

Barcelona want to make 24-year-old Portugal forward Joao Felix's loan move from La Liga rivals Atletico Madrid permanent. (Sport - in Spanish)

Sweden midfielder Emil Forsberg, 32, has verbally agreed to join New York Red Bulls from RB Leipzig in January. (Fabrizio Romano)

US billionaire Leon Cooperman has invested in Manchester United, purchasing shares valued around £13.5m. (Sun)

Football's lawmakers are considering adopting introducing a 10-minute sin-bin for dissent. (Times - subscription required)