LIVE: All the latest from the Premier League (03 December)

Chelsea make official offer for Christian Pulisic

Chelsea have made Borussia Dortmund an offer for star Christian Pulisic. The two clubs have been in discussions but the Bundesliga leaders want £70m for the US ace. (Evening Standard)

Premier League trio want Real Madrid's Isco

Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs will fight it out for Real Madrid's Isco. The Spanish international has not started under new boss Santiago Solari and could look for a way out. (The Sun)

Chelsea lead Man Utd in battle for Porto star

Chelsea are interested in Manchester United target Eder Militao. The centre-back has impressed since joining Porto and can play in a number of positions, including full-back and defensive midfield. (Daily Mail)

Mark Hughes sacked by Southampton

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Spurs face enquiry after banana thrown at Arsenal striker

Spurs face an FA enquiry after a fan was arrested for throwing a banana at Arsenal forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. The incident happened after the player celebrated his first goal in the 4-2 North London derby win. (The Guardian)

Fulham lead chase for Liverpool defender

Fulham lead the chase for Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne. The Cottagers want the right-back on loan until the end of the season with Cardiff City also interested. Clyne has featured just once for the Anfield side this season. (The Sun)

Inter Milan keen on Arsenal's Mesut Ozil

Inter Milan are interested in bringing Arsenal Mesut Ozil to Serie A. The German star has found himself on the bench for tough away games under Unai Emery and could look for a way out. (The Sun)

Chelsea return for in-form Championship forward?

Aston Villa are hoping to hold on to striker Tammy Abraham in January. The player is on loan from Chelsea who are believed to have a recall option. He has netted 10 times in the Championship. (Birmingham Mail)

Chelsea defender wanted by Bundesliga side

Andreas Christensen could return to Borussia Monchengladbach for a second loan spell. The defender has largely been on the bench under Maurizio Sarri and the Bundesliga side are confident of being able to sign the player on loan. (Daily Express)