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RODGERS SWOOPS FOR WINSTON REID
Liverpool are thought to be weighing up a £6.5m bid for West Ham centre-back Winston Reid. The New Zealand international is out of contract in the summer and has refused to sign a new deal, a situation that has put Brendan Rodgers on red alert as he seeks to boost his side's defensive options.
According to The Sunday Mirror, The Hammers are eyeing Spartak Moscow's Vedran Corluka as a potential replacement.
CHIRICHES HEADING FOR EXIT DOOR?
Italian newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport have claimed that Vlad Chiriches could be about to swap London for Rome. The Tottenham centre-back has found playing time hard to come by this season, and Roma are poised to land the Romanian on a six-month loan deal.
Goal can confirm that Darren Fletcher's proposed move from Manchester United to West Ham is off.
The deal was expected to go through earlier this week, but negotiations stalled over personal terms and agent fees. Will Hammers boss Sam Allardyce now turn his attentions elsewhere?
Check out the latest incoming transfer rumours on our Transfer Talk page which has updates on Marquinhos, Anderson and Edin Dzeko.
Chelsea are reportedly willing to meet a £20m clause in Enner Valencia's contract to bring the striker in from West Ham.
The Ecuadorian international only arrived at Upton Park in the summer but would be allowed to leave if a club in the Champions League match the predetermined asking price.
We told you earlier that Tottenham were keeping tabs on PSG's Yohan Cabaye ahead of a potential summer switch, but the player himself has appeared to rule out a move back to the Premier League.
"I'm not the type of person that flees when they encounter difficulties. I've never talked about leaving because I didn't want to leave", the former Newcastle man told Telefoot.
"I'm with great players and I take pleasure from that. I don't want to leave as a failure. The most important thing is to show a positive demeanour and behaviour".
Aston Villa's thrashing at the hands of Arsenal earlier today has heaped more pressure on manager Paul Lambert. It is no surprise, then, that the Scot has refused to rule out reinforcing his confidence-sapped squad before the window slams shut.
"We've definitely got enough, that's for sure, but if we can do one or two more we'll try", he said after this afternoon's crushing 5-0 defeat.
Real Madrid have reportedly offered reserve left-back Fabio Coentrao to Arsenal and Liverpool. Arsene Wenger and Brendan Rodgers look set to snub the move according to The Daily Star though, with £25m deemed too high an asking price.
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RECAP – UNITED TARGET CENTRE-BACK MARQUINHOS
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal promised a quiet January at Old Trafford, but reports in The Sun suggest he is preparing a late bid for PSG’s talented Brazilian defender Marquinhos.
The fee could prove a stumbling block with the French giants demanding a massive £112m, but the Red Devils are hopeful of negotiating that figure down to around £35m.
REUS TO ARSENAL?
According to The Daily Star, Borussia Dortmund forward Marco Reus could be on his way to Arsenal.
The 25-year-old German international has a £20m release clause in his contract that becomes active in the summer, and the Gunners lead the chase for his signature despite rumoured interest from Real Madrid, Chelsea and Manchester United. Whoever picks him up at that price has got themselves one hell of a bargain.
Danny Ings is a man in demand, with both Tottenham and Liverpool linked with dramatic deadline day #swoops for the striker.
But Star Sunday report that Sean Dyche's men will look to fend off interest in the 22-year-old and convince him to stay.
Chelsea had been expected to sign Juan Cuadrado from Fiorentina in a £24.8m deal before the transfer deadline but Sky Italia report that the move could fall apart because of an issue with Mohamed Salah's move the other way.
Salah is set to join Fiorentina as part of the deal but he must undergo his medical in London, because he doesn't have enough time to finalise his contract and fly to Italy.
Looks like this one is going to the wire...
It's been on, it's been off, it's been on again and now it looks like it might just be off once more. Manchester United's pursuit of Kevin Strootman has taken a fresh blow, with Roma boss Rudi Garcia confirming he will miss the remainder of the season.
"Losing him, especially after a long injury, is a catastrophe for us," he told reporters. "The season is over for Strootman."
Manchester United target Strootman out for the season
Lucas Ocampos could be poised to leave Monaco before the transfer deadline, according to RMC.
The principality club are willing to send the 20-year-old out on loan should an acceptable offer arrive before the transfer deadline.
BUILD THE ARK, IT'S HAPPENING! Anderson is finally, finally, leaving Manchester United, according to Sambafoot.
The Brazilian will join Internacional on Monday.
Everybody - and I mean everybody - knows that Arsenal need a defensive midfielder. Apparently Arsene Wenger has finally realised himself, with the Daily Mail reporting that he has identified Morgan Schneiderlin and Christoph Kramer as potential summer acquisitions.
The Gunners would have to pay £30m for Kramer and £25m for Schneiderlin. GET IT DONE, ARSENE.
James Wilson has enjoyed something of a meteoric rise at Manchester United and the Daily Star report that he is set to be rewarded with a massive pay rise.
The 19-year-old currently earns £5,000-a-week but will see his wage rise to £20,000 before the summer.
Alright for some.
Andre Schurrle had been expected to complete a move to Wolfsburg before the transfer deadline - paving the way for Juan Cuadrado to join Chelsea - but the German club have now expressed doubts over the deal.
"There is no agreement at the moment," sporting director Klaus Allofs told Wolfsburger Nachrichten. "The clock is running out. Our options are getting less hour by hour."
Jim White will be delighted.
Wolfsburg: No agreement yet for Schurrle
Thought we had just one blog today? WRONG. The excellent James Dutton is on duty for the day's action, starting with Arsenal's clash with Aston Villa.