Sunday's gossip column: De Gea, Phillips, Werner, Partey, Modric, Guirassy

Former Spain goalkeeper David de Gea, 33, has turned down a potential £500,000-a-week deal and the chance to be reunited with former Manchester United team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo at Saudi club Al-Nassr. (Sun)

Inter Miami are one of the clubs offering De Gea the chance to resume his career as he remains without a club after leaving Manchester United last summer. (Star)

West Ham have joined Newcastle in the race to sign Kalvin Phillips, with Manchester City open to letting the England midfielder, 27, leave on loan or on a permanent deal in January. (Football Insider)

Fulham are likely to pursue other options before considering a potential move for RB Leizpig's Germany striker Timo Werner, 27, in January. (Football Insider)

Croatia midfielder Luka Modric, 38, has decided to move to the Saudi Pro League when his contract with Real Madrid ends next summer. (Sport - in Spanish)

Newcastle United are weighing up a swoop for Stuttgart's in-form Guinea striker Serhou Guirassy, 27.(Football Insider)

West Ham are set to revive their interest in Bournemouth's English striker Dominic Solanke, 26. (Mirror)

Chelsea defender Ian Maatsen says he is keeping his options open about his future but the club could look to sell the 21-year-old Dutchman in January if he does not sign a contract extension by then. (AD, via 90 Min)

Tottenham, Aston Villa, Newcastle, Brighton, Brentford and West Ham are among the clubs watching Motherwell's 17-year-old Scottish midfielder Lennon Miller. (Teamtalk)

Tottenham are also keeping a close eye on Sunderland midfielder Jobe Bellingham, 18, the younger brother of England star Jude. (Football Insider)

Tottenham forward Alejo Veliz is a target for Serie A club Bologna, with the 20-year-old Argentine striker having failed to force his way into Spurs boss Ange Postecoglou's plans since his summer move from Rosario Central. (Calciomercato - in Italian)

Manchester United have hired a Los Angeles-based agency to help them recruit for a new 'emerging talent scout' role. (Sun)

Everton face being forced into administration and another nine-point penalty if rival clubs are successful with compensation claims against them. (Mail)

England manager Gareth Southgate says he will be able to take "fewer gambles" over the fitness of players when he selects his squad for Euro 2024. (Standard)