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Manchester United could be ready to make a move for disgruntled Galatasaray star Wesley Sneijder. The Netherlands international will hold crunch talks with the Turkish side after being dropped, with Louis van Gaal ready to pounce.
Tottenham are the latest club to show interest in Inter striker Mauro Icardi, joining Chelsea and Liverpool in the race for his signature. The 21-year-old would cost £21 million and is thought to be keen on a move to the Premier League.
Jack Wilshere could face ankle surgery and potentially four months on the sidelines. The Arsenal midfielder picked up an ankle injury in Saturday's defeat to Manchester United, forced to hobble off the pitch, and will be assessed fully on Thursday.
Hull City are ready to raid Tottenham for the fourth time in recent seasons as Steve Bruce lines up a £7 million bid for Aaron Lennon. The winger is out of favour under Mauricio Pochettino and will be allowed to join the Tigers in January.
Just three years after joining Aston Villa for £18 million, club-record signing Darren Bent is set to join Championship side Brighton on loan. The striker has been frozen out under Paul Lambert, even while Christian Benteke has been sidelined.
Southampton are readying a move for Twente's Jesus Corona, a former team-mate of hit signing Dusan Tadic's. The Mexican has a buy-out clause of £2.5 million and is highly rated by Saints boss Ronald Koeman.
Real Madrid and Mallorca have come to an agreement over Marcos Asensio. His agent has confirmed that all is ok and he will play for Madrid next season.
Monaco midfielder Joao Moutinho has handed in a transfer request at the Ligue 1 side. The Portugal international is wanted by Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United and could cost £25m.
Juventus are struggling with injuries and have prioritised signing a defender for January. The Serie A side have made Basel's Fabian Schar their top target, although face competition from Arsenal.
Tottenham will give Ryan Mason a new deal on fresh terms at the end of the season as a reward for breaking into the first team at White Hart Lane. Spurs will offer him a deal worth £15-20,000 a week.