Barcelona battling to keep Suarez
Arsenal have made contact with the midfielder's representatives over a possible loan with a view of completing a £20million permanent deal this summer.
However, Barcelona do not want the 25-year-old to leave the Camp Nou just yet and are playing hardball in negotiations.
Guardiola rules out Foden loan
Manchester City youngster Phil Foden will not be allowed to leave on loan during the January transfer window, manager Pep Guardiola has confirmed.
The 18-year-old is yet to start a Premier League game this season but Guardiola says he will be integral to the club in coming years.
Real Madrid confirm Diaz deal
Diaz convinced of more first-team opportunities at the Santiago Bernabeu,
The youngster opts to return to Spain after City were unable to convince him that he would be given enough opportunities.
Raiola demands hefty commission for De Ligt deal
Raiola wants commission in the region of €10million (£8.9m/$11.4m) from any club looking to sign the 19-year-old as well as a five-year contract worth €12million (£10.6m/$13.7m) per year.
Athletic in for Sergio Moreno despite Real interest
The Rayo Vallecano striker has mostly featured in the club's B side this season, but made his debut against Atletico Madrid in August.
Athletic have reportedly been on 19 year-old's trail for some time, and could finally land the Basque-born player in January.
Inter ready to block Chelsea's Barella bid
Inter president Steven Zhang is believed the be an admirer of the player, and could be prepared to offer up Gabriel Barbosa and Eder in exchange in order to smooth the gears of any deal.
Chelsea have reportedly readied a €50million bid for the Italian and still hope to wrap up a deal before the end of the transfer window.
Milan keen on Dendoncker
Milan's sporting director Leonardo had been hoping to land Youri Tielemans from Monaco, who looks set to leave the principality when the arrival of Cesc Fabregas is confirmed next week.
But the Wolves man has transpired as another name on the Brazilian's radar, and the former Anderlecht player would welcome a move after failing to land a regular first-team spot this season.
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Solskjaer to be given a say over players' futures
Ander Herrera and Juan Mata are two of eight players due to be out of contract in the coming months, and the caretaker will be allowed to make a call over who is kept on.
Phil Jones and Antonio Valencia are also sweating on their futures with their deals set to expire.
Roma keen on frustrated Miranda
The Brazilian hasn't played as much as he would have liked this season, and with Inter close to agreeing a deal for Atletico Madrid's Diego Godin the 34 year-old will look elsewhere in order to pin down regular game time.
Pique-owned FC Andorra sign Vilanova's son
The centre-back’s Kosmos Holding group took charge in late 2018 at the fifth-tier side and have made a raft of fresh recruits as they look to establish themselves on the Spanish footballing map.
Herrera in, Fekir out for Lyon?
The Ligue 1 outfit were linked with a move for the midfielder ahead of the 2018-19 campaign but were unable to finalise a deal.
Likewise, Fekir was expected to exit the club for Liverpool last year, though it is not currently known who his prospective suitors are.
Gabigol offered to West Ham
The Brazilian, who spent 2018 on loan with Santos and rejuvenated his career, is not expected to feature for the Serie A side again despite his return to form.
Manuel Pellegrini’s side are still mulling over additional attacking options with the 22-year-old a viable target for the Hammers.
Everton after Atalanta defender Mancini
With Kurt Zouma only on loan from Chelsea until the end of the current campaign, Marco Silva will be keen to further bolster his back-line.
Solskjaer to hold talks over Milenkovic this week
Solskjaer is only in charge until the end of the season, having replaced Jose Mourinho last month, but the interim manager at Old Trafford has seen an unbeaten start to his tenure.
As such, he is expected to have significant input into transfer dealings this month with the Serbia international one player on the radar.
West Ham to make Candreva bid
The Hammers mulled over a move for the Italy internttionnal ahead of the 2018-19 season but ultimately ceased their pursuit after the arrival of Felipe Anderson.
However, with injuries mounting at London Stadium, Manuel Pellegrini could be considering heading back to Serie A to secure the services of the 31-year-old, who won the Coppa Italia with Lazio in 2013.
Madrid watch Porto's Militao
Los Blancos are thought to be watching the Brazilian youngster with interest following a breakout season.
Militao formerly played for Sao Paolo in his native country and won his first senior international cap in September.
Madine completes Blades medical
The former Bolton man only joined the Bluebirds last January, helping them win promotion to the Premier League.
However, he has struggled to make an impact since and now looks set to return to South Yorkshire, where he previously played for the Blades’ cross-city rivals Sheffield Wednesday.
Mourinho turned down Benfica job
Ex-Man Utd man passes on Portuguese return
The 55-year-old was dismissed last month from Old Trafford after a run of mixed form, but has since declined the offer to take the reins at the Primeira Liga outfit.
Benfica parted ways with their two-time title-winning coach Rui Vitoria earlier this month following a run of poor results.
Fulham keen on Origi
Claudio Ranieri will look to bolster his attack for the rest of the season by bringing the 23-year-old to London.
Origi has struggled for game time under Jurgen Klopp and has very much filled a fringe role on Merseyside for the Reds as they lead the Premier League.
Weah set for Celtic after PSG extension
The United States international is regarded as a hot prospect by many but has been unable to secure regular minutes in an attack led by Kylian Mbappe and Neymar.
He is therefore expected to head north to Scotland to join the Parkhead club for the next six months, after PSG tied him down until 2021.
Inter mull over Robben swoop
Chelsea set to seal Barella deal
The 21-year-old came through the youth system with his current club and made his senior debut for his country in October last year.
Everton target defensive reinforcement
Everton have been punished by defensive lapses in recent weeks and have not kept a clean sheet since a 1-0 win against Cardiff in November.
Solskjaer to discuss transfer plans with Woodword
Interim Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hopes to sit down with Ed Woodward this week and discuss the club’s recruitment plans.
However, the Norwegian has admitted he has limited power in regards to transfers and that the club may already have identified which players they would like to bring in this month.
Juventus want Jordi Alba
Tuttosport claim the Turin side are hoping to jump on any instability surrounding Alba’s future at the Nou Camp after the 29-year-old failed to agree a new contract with Barca during their recent negations.
Juve plan to lay the ground works this month for the Spanish international’s potential move next summer.
However, the Old Lady will face completion from Manchester United and City, who are also interested in Alba.
Davis changes his mind on permanent Rangers deal
The former Northern Ireland captain looked set to sign a long-term deal with the Glasgow club, but it appears he will now join Rangers on loan until the end of the season and reassess his options next summer.
Both Davis and Bournemouth striker Jermain Defoe completed their respective medicals this weekend ahead of temporary moves to Ibrox, which could be confirmed early next week.
Fabregas to Monaco could happen today
The Chelsea man looks to have played his to have played his last match for the Blues and is set for a move to Monaco.
Fabregas all but confirmed after the game that he will be joining Monaco and claimed: “everyone knows the situation.”
Chelsea to profit from Solanke sale
Solanke signed for Bournemouth on Friday on a permeant deal from the Reds, who had agreed a sell-on clause when the youngster moved to Anfield 18 months ago.
It took nearly a year for that deal to be agreed, which was eventually settled by a Professional Football Compensation Committee tribunal.
There are yet no details on what percentage of the £19m Liverpool owe their Premier League rivals.
Tottenham’s new stadium set for March opening
Crystal Palace could be the first side Tottenham host in their new stadium, when the sides meet on March 16.
However, the fixture also falls on the same weekend as the FA Cup quarter-final, meaning the inaugural game could be rescheduled.
Tottenham are aiming to have the stadium ready for either of February’s home fixtures against Newcastle or Leicester, but sources have told the Sun that date now looks unlikely.
Benatia could be key in Ramsey to Juve deal
The Gunners are keen to sign the Moroccan defender, according to reports from Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport, but the Turin-based club may use him to as a makeweight in any deal to bring Ramsey to Italy.
The Mirror claim boss Unai Emery does not want to sell the Welshman this month, but the defensive injury crisis at the Emirates could force his hand.
Benatia has fallen out of favour at Juventus and looks set to leave the club this month or in the summer.
United set to sign defender ahead of Premier League rivals
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could make his first Manchester United signing this week.
The Red Devils are in advanced talks to secure the service of Fiorentina centre-back Nikola Milenkovic.
The Serbian first caught United’s attention during Jose Mourinho’s time at the club, but the new interim boss at Old Trafford is also keen on the 21-year-old.
According to the Mirror, a deal is even in place that could see Milenkovic move to United in the next few days.
Chelsea eye £50m Cavani bid
Former SKC winger Shelton signs with Paderborn
The 2. Bundesliga club announced the move on Saturday, with Sporting still holding his MLS rights should he decide to make a return to the league in the future.
Guardiola convinced Sane to join City over Bayern
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Ben Olsen gets extension from D.C. United
Moyes interested in managerial return with Stoke
The Potters are believed the be on the brink of sacking manager Gary Rowett after a disappointing first six months in the job, and are at serious risk of failing to make the Championship play-offs following their relegation in May.
Moyes hasn't worked since being sacked by West Ham in the summer.
Villa to move for Fuchs
The Premier League winner has been out of favour at Leicester this season following the rise of Ben Chilwell at left-back, and Villa could step in to poach the German in a bid to reinforce their promotion push.
Bournemouth ready to frustrate Chelsea over Wilson
The 26 year-old has scored nine goals for the Cherries this season and is a January target for the Blues, but with Bournemouth under no financial pressure to sell Maurizio Sarri's side looks set to be frustrated.
De Ligt set to snub PSG in favour of Juve
PSG could be set to lose out on the signing of Matthijs De Ligt with the player believed to be keener on a move to Juventus.
The Dutchman is likely to leave Ajax before the end of the season but the French champions look set to be frustrated by the Italians in their pursuit of the starlet.
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Barca confident of De Jong signing
The Dutch midfielder will cost the Spanish champions around €75 million (£67m/85m) but negotiators believe the player prefers the prospect of playing at the Nou Camp rather than the Parc de Princes next season.