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Manchester United will increase their efforts to sign either Borussia Dortmund's Mats Hummels or Athletic Bilbao's Aymeric Laporte before the end of the January transfer window, according to ESPN.
Manchester United are confident of securing a £15m summer move for Southampton full-back Nathaniel Clyne, the Daily Mirror report.
Clyne has made 26 appearances in all competitions so far this season.
The Daily Mirror report that Tottenham are keen to recruit Everton winger Kevin Mirallas and are looking to complete a deal before Monday's transfer deadline.
Aaron Lennon may be used as bait in any deal.
Liverpool are eyeing up a deadline-beating move for Burnley striker Danny Ings, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The striker will remain on loan at Turf Moor for the remainder of the season if a deal is agreed.
According to the Daily Mail, Aston Villa are confident of signing Manchester City winger Scott Sinclair on loan until the end of the season.
The 25-year-old has seen just 29 minutes of first-team action this season and the deal is set to include an option to buy at the end of the season.
Chelsea and Manchester City are in the hunt for 17-year-old Fluminese wonderkid Gerson, according to Calciomercato.com.
The teenager has also attracted interest from European heavyweights Juventus, PSG, Inter and Barcelona, and the Catalan club have already tabled a bid of £13.5m.
*Opens Football Manager. Assigns scout.*
Jason Pearce will finalise his move to Wigan on Friday, whilst Rudy Austin talks continue - despite Neil Redfearn wanting to keep him.— Graeme Bailey (@GraemeBailey) January 29, 2015
Wolfsburg striker Ivica Olic has revealed that he is poised to leave the club and return to his former side Hamburg, pending a medical on Friday.
Andre Schurrle is reportedly close to joining Dieter Hecking's side and Olic's exit may make room for the World Cup winner.
"I'm glad we found a solution and I think all parties are happy with it," he told Kicker.
"Now I am looking forward to playing for HSV. That is a new challenge."
Olic: I am leaving Wolfsburg for Hamburg
Sam Allardyce has spent the majority of the transfer window chasing Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher and, despite the deal hitting a snag, he insists that his pursuit of the Scot is still on.
"Fletcher is still a possibility. The move isn't dead, but we'll see," he told reporters.
Allardyce: West Ham move for Fletcher still on
It might actually happen. Anderson might actually leave Manchester United. According to the Daily Telegraph, Internacional are in talks with the Premier League club over a permanent deal for the Brazilian.
*United fans hold their breath*
There hasn't been any formal announcement but Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish appears to have confirmed that striker Glenn Murray has signed a two-year contract extension.
Murray has made four Premier League appearances this season.
Great news that @GM_83 has signed a contract extension to 2017— Steve Parish (@CEO4TAG) January 29, 2015
The Daily Mail report that Robert Huth is set to join Leicester City on a season-long loan from Stoke City.
The big German has made just one Premier League appearance for the Potters in 2014-15.
Kicker claim that Wolfsburg have agreed a £22.5m deal with Chelsea for Andre Schurrle, with the Blues having agreed to sign Juan Cuadrado from Fiorentina.
The 24-year-old will sign a contract until 2019 with the German club.
Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola's contract runs out next year but are the German giants worried? Not a bit of it!
Matthias Sammer, the club's sporting director, insists that everything is secondary to their return to Bundesliga action against Wolfsburg.
""Pep and we only want to talk about football, nothing else," he told reporters. "These things don't have to be clarified now in order to make a good job of the second part of the season."
Not like he's one of the best coaches in the world, lads...
Guardiola's future not important right now - Sammer
Kicker report that Wolfsburg are in talks with Chelsea over the acquisition of Andre Schurrle. The Germany international has agreed personal terms, but the Bundesliga outfit are yet to agree a fee with the Blues.
Wolfsburg want to pay £20.2m but the Premier League leaders are holding out for £22.5m.
Roma revealed earlier today that Kevin Strootman would be undergoing surgery after aggravating the knee injury that kept him out of the World Cup against Fiorentina, plunging any potential move to Manchester United into doubt.
But he has now moved to set the record straight and allay fears over any potential lay-off.
"It's bruised and therefore I should rest my knee for a couple of weeks," he posted on Twitter. "This gives me the opportunity to remove some scar tissue which has bothered me a bit after the last surgery and this will help me further in getting back to my old level."
'It's nothing serious' - Strootman expects short injury absence
Inter Milan pulled off a coup earlier this week as they completed the signing of Marcelo Brozovic on an initial two-year loan from Dinamo Zagreb and he has already outlined his intention to become indispensable to the club, claiming he wants to emulate the Manchester City midfielder.
"I'm very young. I have to keep developing as a player, but I hope to grow into an all-round footballer. I like [Manchester City midfielder] Frank Lampard. I hope to become like him one day," he told the club's website.
Brozovic aims to become Inter's own Frank Lampard