All the best football stories from Thursday's papers, with Man Utd set to offer David de Gea a new long-term deal.
Friday 11th September 2015
Urawa Red Diamonds (1)
Kashiwa Reysol (58/19)
Saturday 12th September 2015
Albirex Niigata (9/5)
Yokohama F-Marinos (25/14)
FC Tokyo (19/20)
Vissel Kobe (62/17)
Kashima Antlers (13/11)
Gamba Osaka (49/18)
Montedio Yamagata (9/2)
Sanfrecce Hiroshima (3/4)
Nagoya Grampus Eight (5/4)
Vegalta Sendai (77/29)
Sagan Tosu (6/5)
Shimizu S-Pulse (29/11)
Shonan Bellmare (39/40)
Matsumoto Y FC (15/4)
Ventforet Kofu (27/10)
Kawasaki Frontale (5/4)
Saido Berahino is evens to join Spurs as speculation continues about the West Brom striker's future.
Arsene Wenger has singled out Manchester United's signing of Anthony Martial as proof there is no value in the transfer market.
David De Gea has been included in Manchester United's Champions League squad after his move to Real Madrid collapsed.
Players' union chief Gordon Taylor has advised Saido Berahino against his strike threat to West Brom.
Brighton boss Chris Hughton and winger Kazenga Lua Lua have been nominated for the Sky Bet Championship monthly awards.
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte and chief executive Charles Green have been charged with serious organised crimes offences.
Ben Coley previews Thursday's Euro 2016 qualifiers where Wales are worth a bet at 4/5 and so too are Iceland at 10/1.
New Manchester United forward Anthony Martial has not been assured he will play as a striker by manager Louis van Gaal.
West Ham have been charged by the FA with failing to control their players following Mark Noble's dismissal at Liverpool.