INTER LINE UP ATLETICO DEFENDER
Inter Milan want to sign Atletico Madrid defender Jose Maria Gimenez at the end of the season, reports Corriere dello Sport .
Gimenez has a €65 million release clause in his contract, but Inter are hoping to agree a deal to bring in the 22-year-old next summer to replace Miranda.
The Uruguay international has also been linked with Inter’s Serie A rivals Juventus and Roma, along with Premier League duo Liverpool and Manchester United.
OZIL IS BARCA'S COUTINHO BACK-UP
Barcelona are lining up Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil as a back-up signing to Philippe Coutinho, reports Mundo Deportivo .
Liverpool star Coutinho is again expected to be targeted by Barca during the January transfer window after they failed to push through a deal in the summer.
But, if Liverpool stand firm once more on Coutinho, Barca will instead move for Ozil, who is out of contract at the end of the season and could be available for a reasonable fee in January.
REDS GIVEN GREEN LIGHT FOR NEW VAN DIJK BID
Liverpool have been handed a boost in their attempt to sign Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk, reports the Mirror .
The Reds were forced to apologize after their failed attempt to sign the £70million-rated Dutch centre-back in the summer was deemed illegal, but recent comments from Saints boss Mauricio Pellegrino have opened the door for a possible winter move.
WEST HAM TARGET LIVERPOOL STRIKER
New West Ham United boss David Moyes is lining up a January loan deal for Liverpool striker Danny Ings, according to The Sun .
Moyes is looking to improve his attacking options after replacing Slaven Bilic at the London Stadium and was previously interested in Ings when he was Real Sociedad coach.
Ings is working his way back to full fitness after a serious injury and Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is willing to let the forward go out on loan in the New Year.
LIVERPOOL LINE UP WORLD CUP WINNER
Liverpool want to beat Arsenal and Tottenham to the signing of England Under 17 World Cup winner Morgan Gibbs-White, claims The Sun .
The midfielder has come through the ranks at Wolves and has already made his first-team debut, with Liverpool willing to pay £5 million for the 17-year-old.
DORTMUND JOIN CAN CHASE
Borussia Dortmund have joined the race to sign Liverpool midfielder Emre Can on a free transfer, reports Bild .
Can is out of contract at the end of the season and reports suggest it is likely the Germany international will leave Anfield.
Manchester City had emerged as favourites to sign Can, but now Dortmund are showing an interest in agreeing a deal.
GORETZKA WANTS PREMIER LEAGUE MOVE
Schalke midfielder Leon Goretzka wants to move to the Premier League when his contract expires next summer, according to Sport .
Germany’s national team general manager Oliver Bierhoff has suggested the money on offer in English football is a persuasive factor for the likes of Goretzka, who has been interesting Barcelona, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich.
However, the 22-year-old will ignore interest from those clubs in order to head to the Premier League, with Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham all having been linked with an approach.
CAN TO SNUB JUVE FOR CITY
Liverpool midfielder Emre Can is set to snub Juventus and join Manchester City at the end of the season, according to the Star on Sunday .
Germany international Can is out of contract in June, with Serie A champions Juve hopeful of agreeing a deal to sign him on a free during the second half of the campaign.
But they and Liverpool both now fear Can will join City after the Premier League leaders increased their interest.
BARCA MAKE £105M COUTINHO BID
Barcelona have made a £105 million bid to secure Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho, according to Sport .
The Catalan side unsuccesfully tried to land Coutinho in the summer, but have already returned with a new offer in an attempt to secure the Brazilian star in January.
According to the report, though Liverpool consistently turned down Barca's bids in the summer, the Reds would be willing to accept a straight £132m cash offer.
NEWCASTLE TARGET LIVERPOOL STRIKER ON LOAN
Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez wants to sign Liverpool striker Danny Ings on loan in the January transfer window, reports the Evening Chronicle .
Benitez is keen to improve his striking options in the New Year and, aware of the financial constraints at St James’ Park, is lining up a deal for Ings.
LIVERPOOL FORWARD SET TO STAY IN MLS
Real Salt Lake want to sign Liverpool forward Brooks Lennon on a permanent basis, according to ESPN .
The 20-year-old is out of contract at Liverpool next summer and he has spent the 2017 MLS season on loan at Real Salt Lake.
NAVAS TO REPLACE CECH AT ARSENAL?
Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas is wanted by Arsenal as a long-term replacement for Petr Cech, reports Diario Gol .
Navas’s future at Madrid is uncertain as the Costa Rica international is reportedly unhappy at the club’s interest in the likes of Manchester United keeper David de Gea.
Liverpool are already reported to have registered their interest in Navas, and now Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is looking at the Madrid No.1 to take over from Cech.
LIVERPOOL AND INTER WANT DAVID SILVA
Liverpool and Inter Milan are interested in signing Manchester City star David Silva, according to The Sun .
The 31-year-old has been engaged in talks with City about extending his deal, which expires in 2019. But Pep Guardiola's side could have to fend off Liverpool, who reportedly see Silva as an alternative to Adam Lallana, as well as the Serie A giants.
BENFICA FULL-BACK TO COST REDS €40M
Liverpool have been told by Benfica that left-back Alejandro Grimaldo will cost at least €40 million, according to Calcio Mercato .
Grimaldo has impressed for Benfica this season, and has been linked with both Liverpool and Juventus amid reports the two clubs are in the market for a new left-back.
REAL MADRID MAKE COUTINHO CONTACT
Real Madrid are hoping to jump ahead of Barcelona to sign Philippe Coutinho, Mundo Deportivo says.
After seeing their push to sign the Brazil international fail during the summer transfer window, Barca are set to return for the wantaway star in January. However, Madrid have emerged as a possible destination and have made contact with the Reds.
Zinedine Zidane's side will look to bring him to the Spanish capital in June instead of the next transfer window, meaning they need the Reds to snub any bids from Catalonia at the turn of the year.
CAN HEADING TOWARDS FREE AGENCY
Emre Can is heading towards free agency at Liverpool after seeing contract extension talks hit deadlock, says the Daily Mail .
The German will see his current deal expire next summer, meaning that he will be in a position to speak to clubs outside of England from January.
LIVERPOOL MAKE NAVAS CONTACT
Liverpool are interested in signing Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas at the end of the season, reports Diario Gol .
Navas is reportedly unhappy at the constant rumours of Madrid president Florentino Perez being in the market to sign a new keeper.
The Costa Rica international is now evaluating his options, with Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp already claimed to have made contact about a potential transfer.
LIVERPOOL PLAN €25M LEFT-BACK BID
Liverpool are preparing to make a €25 million offer for Roma left-back Emerson Palmieri in the January transfer window, claims GazzaMercato .
Palmieri is currently recovering from a serious knee injury that saw Liverpool cool their interest in the summer, but the Brazilian remains a target for Jurgen Klopp.
COUTINHO REJECTS PSG MOVE
Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho has rejected the chance to join Paris Saint-Germain in January, according to Sport .
The Brazilian's representatives met PSG sporting director, Antero Henrique, in London on Monday to discuss a potential transfer.
But Coutinho's heart remains set on joining Barcelona, and he is willing to wait until the summer to switch to Camp Nou.
BARCA TO RETURN FOR COUTINHO IN JANUARY
Barcelona will make a €150 million move for Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho in January, €50m less than what the Reds supposedly asked for the Brazil international in the summer, according to Mundo Deportivo.
The 25-year-old requested to leave Anfield in favour of Camp Nou prior to the 2017-18 season, though Liverpool were not interested in selling the playmaker at the time.
Barca will move again for Coutinho in the winter transfer market in hope Jurgen Klopp and his team will be tempted into letting the attacker leave.