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In managerial news, Championship strugglers Charlton have appointed Jose Riga as their new head coach on an 18-month deal.
The 58-year-old steered the club to safety two seasons ago, winning seven of his 16 matches in charge, and has returned for a second spell.
Tuttosport reckons Zinedine Zidane wants to make Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba his first GALACTICO signing as Real Madrid boss.
Zidane said on Pogba last summer: "A lot of clubs are interested. People are talking about Real too. But it's only natural, big clubs are interested in talented players. For him to improve, it's important to have a healthy environment around him, and I hope he'll have that all the time."
Transfer Talk: Zidane targets Pogba
Mohamed Elneny is the latest big January move around Europe - check out a full list below.
Jan 2: Juan Iturbe - Roma to Bournemouth (loan)
Jan 4: Kevin-Prince Boateng - AC Milan (free)
Jan 10: Benik Afobe - Wolves to Bournemouth
Jan 12: Jonjo Shelvey - Swansea to Newcastle
Jan 14: Mohamed Elneny - Basel to Arsenal
IN FULL: January’s major transfers
Arsenal have struggled in midfield since Francis Coquelin's spell out of the side with injury... so is Mohamed Elneny the answer?
Goal's James Goldman: "Despite his impressive frame and noteworthy levels of stamina, Elneny is unlikely to represent a like-for-like replacement for the much missed Coquelin. The 23-year-old is capable of playing the anchor man role but is better utilised as an energetic box-to-box midfielder in the 4-2-3-1 system that Wenger has deployed in recent seasons."
You can find out more about the Gunners' new signing below...
A combination of Coquelin and Cazorla
The 23-year-old Egyptian joins on a long-term deal for a reported fee of £5 million.
"The transfer is subject to the completion of regulatory processes," reads a statement from the club. "Everyone at Arsenal would like to welcome Mohamed to the club."
Sport Mediaset reports that Aleksandar Dragovic is “hours away” from being confirmed as Manchester United’s first January signing. A deal for the Dynamo Kyiv centre-back is set to cost around €21 million (£16m).
Transfer Talk: Man Utd close in on Dragovic
For every Nemanja Vidic, there’s a Dong Fangzhuo.
For every Patrice Evra, there’s a Zoran Tosic.
For every Juan Mata, there’s a Manucho (remember him?!).
Check out Manchester United’s January transfer window hits and misses...
Saha, Zaha, Lindegaard... hits or misses?
L'Equipe reports today that Florian Thauvin could be set to leave Newcastle after just five months and return to Marseille. The 22-year-old cost £12 million last summer but has made just five starts and been booed by the club's own supporters.
Newcastle boss Steve McClaren said this week: “Normally you get booed by away fans and it gives you strength – but when it’s by your own fans it knocks your confidence. That is how Florian is."
There are THIRTY-SEVEN Lionel Messis?
When a new attacking sensation arrives on the scene, he immediately gets linked with a big-money move and is dubbed 'the new Lionel Messi'. It's like an unwritten rule of the rumour mill.
We've taken a look back at 37 worldwide 'stars' to have been compared to the five-time Ballon d'Or winner - you can work out who fared the best...
Meet the new Lionel Messis
PSV have announced that head coach Phillip Cocu has extended his deal until 2019. The Dutch club have lost just once in the league this season and are three points behind top-of-the-table Ajax.
Domenico Criscito says he would welcome an approach from Roma if Luciano Spalletti - his former coach at Zenit - takes over at the Serie A club, but insists he is happy where he is.
He told SportItalia: "I don't know if I will go to Roma. We'd have to see if the coach still wants me, but I would be proud to receive a call from Roma. I do miss Italian football. I watch it from Russia. I should also note I am very happy here and nobody has called me so far."
Criscito: I would be proud if Roma called
Saido Berahino might be on the move, but Tyler Roberts isn't.
The 17-year-old has signed his first professional contract.
Guus Hiddink has prioritised signing a back-up striker to Diego Costa in January. Could that man be Saido Berahino?
The Express and Star says Chelsea are preparing a big-money offer for the 22-year-old striker - also wanted by Stoke and Tottenham - but West Brom are demanding at least £20 million.
Transfer Talk: Chelsea prepare Berahino offer
With reports suggesting that Louis van Gaal could face the sack if Manchester United lose to Liverpool on Sunday, @MosesDonting makes a bold statement...
Am 100% united fan and i pray we lose to pave way for Van Gaal.We are tired with drawn games https://t.co/izlZoafbEv— Moses Donting (@MosesDonting) January 14, 2016
Sunderland ran out 4-2 winners in a good ol' fashioned relegation six-pointer against Swansea last night, and Wales Online reports today that Alan Curtis could look to re-sign former Swans star Scott Sinclair from Aston Villa.
The 26-year-old scored 36 goals in a two-year spell at the Welsh club.
Transfer Talk: Swansea plot Sinclair move
Erm, nope! Not according to Celta Vigo’s coach.
The 29-year-old has been linked with Arsenal and with a return to former club Barcelona, but Eduardo Berizzo said: "I have no notification from my club that the exit of Nolito is true. It's not something new and it's not the first time I have had to answer this question. But if it finally does come to fruition, like I have said before we need to have the capacity to replace him."
More from Berizzo on potential signing Diaz
While we were having a short-term loan with FC Rest, Monaco completed the signing of Brazilian striker Vagner Love on an 18-month deal.
"I'm very happy and very proud to be joining this great club, Monaco. Hopefully I can bring all my experience to the team, to achieve the targets set by the management," the 31-year-old said in a statement.
Monaco confirm Vagner Love signing