PSG meets Messi’s father, Inter Milan bid £50m for Costa

PSG are keen to sign Lionel Messi

PSG are keen to sign Lionel Messi

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness has hinted that 32-year-old Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger could be on the verge of retirement. (ESPN)

United manager Jose Mourinho is set to make a surprise move to sign former player John Mikel Obi, 29, from Chelsea, with the midfielder out of favour at Stamford Bridge.(Sun)

Everton manager Ronald Koeman wants to sign Southampton’s Virgil van Dijk, despite the £40m price that the Saints have put on the 25-year-old defender. (Mirror)

Paris St-Germain director of football Patrick Kluivert wants to meet Lionel Messi’s father on a more regular basis in a bid to encourage the 29-year-old forward to move from Barcelona. (Marca)

West Ham are in talks with Simone Zaza’s advisers and are hoping to remove the substantial appearance clause in the 25-year-old striker’s contract. (Sun)

Liverpool are ready to step up their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund’s 18-year-old midfielder Christian Pulisic following the injury to Philippe Coutinho, 24. (Mail)

Manchester United have warned fans travelling to next week’s Europa League tie in Ukraine that they are at risk of attack because of the ongoing conflict in the country. (Mirror)

Former Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou, 31, is set to sign a new deal at Hertha Berlin in January. (DW Sport)

Hull City are ready to boost their Premier League survival chances with a move for Boavista’s winger Renato Santos, 25. (Desporto Ao Minuto)

Inter Milan are preparing a £50m move for Chelsea striker Diego Costa, 28. (Don Balon via Calciomercato)

Former Spurs manager Harry Redknapp says he tried to bring Barcelona striker Luis Suarez, 29, and Chelsea forward Eden Hazard, 25, to White Hart Lane during his time in charge. (Talksport)

Ex-West Bromwich Albion boss Tony Mowbray is favourite to take the Rotherham United job following the departure of Kenny Jackett. (Birmingham Mail)

Newcastle midfielder Mo Diame, 29, says he has no regrets about leaving Hull City to play in the Championship with the St James’ Park side (Chronicle)

Vincent Kompany’s brother says the 30-year-old Manchester City captain is not suffering a recurrence of his muscular injury. (Manchester Evening News)

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