Transfer rumours: Sterling, Salah, Icardi, Aguero, Mbappe, Isak, Solskjaer

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Manchester City wants 80m euros for Raheem Sterling (26-year-old England forward), who is also wanted by Barcelona. (Marca) external link

Mohamed Salah, Liverpool and Egypt forward, is looking for around 400,000 per week to sign an extension of his contract at Anfield. (Telegraph). external-link

Lazio has informed the Reds that the bidding process for Serbian midfielder Sergej Mikovic-Savic (26), starts at 67m. (Calciomercato - in Italian) external-link

Roberto Martinez, Rangers manager Steven Gerrard, and Villarreal head coaching Unai Emery emerge as the top contenders to succeed Steve Bruce as Newcastle United manager. (Times - subscription necessary) external-link

Paris St-Germain may be open to the possibility of swapping Mauro Icardi (28), for Sergio Aguero (33) who is a fellow Argentine forward. Sergio Aguero joined Barcelona in the summer from Manchester City. (El Nacional) external-link

Newcastle United and Leeds United are both interested to Chelsea's ex-England midfielder Ross Barkley (also a target for Burnley). External-link (90 Min).

Manchester United and Manchester City will go head-to-head in an attempt to sign Alexander Isak (22), from Sweden. (Fichajes in Spanish) external link

After the impressive start to the season, Mohamed Elyounoussi has been monitored by both Arsenal and Leicester City. (Sun). external-link

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United's boss, is disappointed that they failed to sign a player in the summer. (Manchester Evening News). external-link

After the defeat by Leicester City, Manchester United's dressing room has fallen to a low point. Solskjaer's team have not won a single league game since then. (Times - subscription required. external-link

Kylian Mbappe (22-year-old France striker) is a target for Real Madrid's transfer program. He has suggested that he is happy at PSG. (Marca). External-link

Everton have begun to monitor Morecambe's League One left-back Connor Pye, after the 17-year old Englishman impressed their scouts. (Football Insider) external-link