Transfer rumours: Kane, Mbappe, Coutinho, Rudiger, Maitland-Niles, Ramsey, Isco

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Newcastle United could spend as much as 190m in January, without violating Financial Fair Play rules. Tottenham and England striker Harry Kane, 28 and Kylian Mbappe (22), are "within reach". (Telegraph – subscription required) external link

Steven Gerrard, Rangers manager, and Paulo Fonseca, ex-Roma boss are being looked at as possible candidates for the role of Newcastle's under-pressure manager Steve Bruce. (Mirror). External-link

Antonio Conte, a former Chelsea manager, would not accept the opportunity to replace Bruce at Newcastle. (Sun) external link

Eddie Howe, ex-manager of Bournemouth, would also decline the Magpies job while he waits to be appointed at Southampton. (Football Insider) external-link

Philippe Coutinho (Brazilian midfielder) could travel to Newcastle in January from Barcelona. (Sport - Spanish) external-link

Demba Ba (36), a former striker for Senegal and Newcastle, made a jokey offer to retire and play for the club following the takeover. (Star) External-link

Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United, Portugal) has spoken to Raphinha (Leeds' Brazil midfielder), regarding a possible move to Old Trafford. (Mirror). External-link

Real Madrid is targeting Germany's centre-back Antonio Rudiger as their number one transfer target for next year. Rudiger's contract at Chelsea expires in the summer. (ABC – in Spanish) external link

Barcelona wants to sign a midfielder in January. Manchester United's international Donny van der Beek from the Netherlands and Tottenham's Tanguy Ndombele from France, both 24, are just two of the four options they are considering. (Sport – in Spanish) external link

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United's manager, is not keen to allow Van de Beek to leave in January. He will therefore block any attempts to sign him. (ESPN) External-link

Cristiano Ronaldo, 36-year-old forward for Portugal and Manchester United, is said to be keen for his club's move for Federico Chiesa (23-year old Italy winger) who is also a target for Chelsea at end of season. (Calciomercato - in Italian) external-link

Newcastle United: Big bang or softly? Phil McNulty, chief football writer at BBC Sport, asks the Magpies what they should do in this new era.

Ainsley Maitland - Niles, 24, from England, and Mohamed Elneny (29), from Egypt, could be leaving Arsenal to pursue first team football in January. (Sun). external-link

Liverpool is leading the race to sign Olympiacos' centre-back Pape Abbou Cisse. Arsenal and Everton also have interest in the Senegal defender, 26 years old. (Mail) external link

Sergio Aguero (Argentina striker) 33 years old turned down a move from Juventus and joined Barcelona on a free transfer. He had left Manchester City this summer. (Sport - Spanish) external-link

In January, Juventus will be selling Aaron Ramsey, a 30-year-old midfielder from Wales, to West Ham and Everton. (Calciomercato - in Italian) external-link

Juve are interested to exchange Ramsey with Everton and Brazil's midfielder Allan. Allan is reportedly open for Serie A returns. (Goal) External-link

Leicester are keen on signing Isco, a Real Madrid and Spain player who is currently surplus to requirements in Madrid. (Fichajes in Spanish) external-link

Roma are interested to sign Tottenham goalkeeper Josh Oluwayemi. The 20-year old Italian has shown good form for their youth teams and could be reunited with Jose Mourinho, Roma's former Spurs boss. (Express) External-link

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