Antonio Conte insists he only needs the support of his own endeavour and not owner Roman Abramovich to get over Chelsea's current blip.
Nicolas Otamendi and John Stones are giving Pep Guardiola less reason to lament Vincent Kompany's latest injury absence at Manchester City.
Slaven Bilic appeared to have steadied the ship at West Ham but a Glenn Murray-inspired win for Brighton will raise fresh concerns.
Burnley have made a brilliant start to 2017-18 and Sean Dyche has no intention of leaving despite reported interest from Leicester City.
Liverpool's Under-18 winger Bobby Adekanye was racially abused by Spartak Moscow fans, but the club will not pay a fine to UEFA.
Liverpool could face a fight to keep hold of Germany midfielder Emre Can, but the player has professed his commitment to the Anfield cause.
After almost three months out of action due to an ankle injury, Bayern Munich defender Juan Bernat has made a key step in his recovery.
Gonzalo Higuain has "nothing to prove" to Jorge Sampaoli despite the Argentina boss overlooking him for selection once more.
As long as Luis Suarez is getting chances, Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde does not mind him failing to hit the back of the net as much.
Unai Emery wants Neymar to be his own man and continue to improve as he is touted as Paris Saint-Germain's answer to Lionel Messi.
Maurizio Sarri is at the summit of Italian football and Luciano Spalletti believes it would be no different had he remained in finance.
After sitting out Brazil's last four matches, Douglas Costa has a chance to impress ahead of the World Cup in next month's friendlies.
Jose Mourinho has backed Scott McTominay for success at Manchester United after the midfielder signed a new contract.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is ready to welcome Danny Rose back into the fold after a long injury lay-off and controversial comments.
The likes of Davy Klaassen and Gylfi Sigurdsson have struggled at Everton, but Ronald Koeman believes they will prove worthy of their fees.
Roman Burki has been handed a new four-year contract by Borussia Dortmund despite some unconvincing recent displays.
Antonio Conte's options for Chelsea's midfield are sorely depleted as a result of injuries.
Alexis Sanchez and Aaron Ramsey are set to return for Arsenal at Everton but Arsene Wenger will be without Danny Welbeck until next month.
Sadio Mane's international coach has suggested he could make a return from injury ahead of schedule, but Jurgen Klopp is sceptical.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been out since April and Jose Mourinho thinks his Manchester United return could come before the year is over.