Thursday's gossip: Torres, Davies, Tah, Sancho, Wilson, Botman, Ferguson, Werner, Dier

Ferran Torres behind the BBC Sport Gossip logo
Ferran Torres behind the BBC Sport Gossip logo

Newcastle United are interested in Barcelona's 23-year-old Spain forward Ferran Torres. (Fichajes - in Spanish)

Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City are monitoring Bayern Munich's 23-year-old Canada defender Alphonso Davies but think he wants to join Real Madrid. (90min)

Newcastle are weighing up a January move for Bayer Leverkusen's £20m-rated 27-year-old Germany defender Jonathan Tah. (Sun)

Manchester United will not let 23-year-old England forward Jadon Sancho leave for a reduced price in January. (Mirror)

Manchester United will listen to offers for Sancho while he remains exiled from the first-team squad. (ESPN)

Chelsea are ready to rival Arsenal and Liverpool for Corinthians' 18-year-old Brazilian midfielder Gabriel Moscardo, who could cost £26m. (Standard)

Newcastle and England striker Callum Wilson, 31, will be out for at least six weeks with a hamstring injury, while 23-year-old Dutch defender Sven Botman could be sidelined for longer because of a knee issue. (Telegraph - subscription)

Manchester United are monitoring Brighton's 19-year-old Republic of Ireland striker Evan Ferguson despite his recently signing a new contract. (Football Insider)

Manchester United are considering an approach for Lecce's 23-year-old Montenegro striker Nikola Krstovic. (Calciomercato via TeamTalk)

RB Leipzig sporting director Rouven Schroder is willing to let 27-year-old Germany forward Timo Werner, who has started only two games this season, leave. (Standard)

Tottenham will let England defender Eric Dier, 29, leave if they can sign a replacement for injured 22-year-old Netherlands defender Micky van de Ven. (Football Insider)

Real Madrid and Barcelona are interested in Athletic Bilbao's 21-year-old Spain winger Nico Williams. (AS - in Spanish)

There are doubts about the future of Manchester United football director John Murtough and director of football operations David Harrison following the announcement that chief executive Richard Arnold will leave. (Mirror)

Chelsea could face a points deduction over allegations of hidden payments made during Roman Abramovich's time as owner. (Telegraph - subscription)