Pirlo wants four signings at Juventus
Man City in advanced talks for £17m teenager
Barca monitor Hoffenheim defender Bogarde
New York Red Bulls announce roster decisions
New York Red Bulls have announced their end-of-year roster decisions following the end of the 2020 season.
The Red Bulls exercised options on defenders Kyle Duncan and Sean Nealis, midfielders Sean Davis, Kaku, Jared Stroud, Daniel Royer and Florian Valot, as well as forward Tom Barlow.
New York declined options on defender Patrick Seagrist, midfielders Chris Lema, Ben Mines and Marc Rzatkowski.
The club declined an option to purchase forward Samuel Tetteh, and goalkeeper Kendall McIntosh is out of contract.
Muller, Boateng & Hummels could return for Germany
Dynamo strike deal to keep Lassiter
Real Salt Lake confirm retained list
'it is a no-brainer' - McManaman urges Liverpool to sign centre-back
Areola turned down big clubs to make Fulham move
The goalkeeper claims his focus was on being first choice once again, after spells as a back-up at PSG and Madrid.
“Of course, leaving Paris and Madrid, I certainly had opportunities, of the same calibre yes,” he told Canal+ (via Football London).
Bassong close to Impact move
Austin eye Aguilar deal
Balotelli set for Brazil move
Mario Balotelli has reached an agreement to sign for Vasco da Gama, whose potential director of sport says the forward “would be like Maradona” for the Brazilian club’s fans.
Man Utd could miss out on Calhanoglu
AC Milan star considering new contract
The Turkey international had been said to be highly likely to join United before the start of next season, with his contract at Milan set to expire.
However, it is now claimed he may lower his demands in order to negotiate a new deal at Serie A leaders Milan.
Low to continue as Germany head coach
Martinez ready to leave Bayern for ‘something new’
Javi Martinez admits the time is approaching for him to experience “something new”, with the World Cup winner approaching the end of his contract at Bayern Munich.
He has said on his future: “I would like to try something new, no matter where, but something new before I end my career.”
Inter want Giroud on six-month loan
AC Milan want to keep Brahim
Klopp make Jota signing decision three years ago
The German told UEFA’s official website of a player who arrived at Molineux in 2017: “Diogo, I liked, honestly, from the first game I saw him playing for Wolves. That's how it is.”
Premier League-linked Pedro set for new Watford deal
Watford are set to hand Joao Pedro a new contract to fend of interest from a host of Premier League clubs.
Liverpool were among those linked with the 19-year-old in the summer window, but he now looks set to pen a fresh long-term contract at Vicarage Road.
Pedro joined Watford from Fluminense in January, and has scored five goals in 19 appearances for the club.
Beckham determined to lure Giroud to Inter Miami
Giroud has been linked with a move away from Chelsea after falling behind Timo Werner and Tammy Abraham in the squad pecking order under Frank Lampard.
'Messi loves Barcelona' - Laporta confident Argentine will stay
Lionel Messi "loves Barcelona", according to Joan Laporta, who expressed his confidence that the Argentine superstar will stay after announcing his second club presidency bid.
Speculation over Messi's future at Camp Nou is raging as he approaches the final six months of his current contract.
The 33-year-old tried to secure a way out of Catalunya in August following a humiliating Champions League quarter-final defeat to Bayern Munich, but saw his exit path blocked by Blaugrana and La Liga officials.
Read the full story on Goal.
Chelsea set sights on Leipzig's Bondswell
The 18-year-old is currently on loan at FC Dordrecht, but the Blues may look to bring him in next year to boost their defensive options.
Bondswell, whose current contract at Leipzig expires next summer, has represented England at U18 level.
Newcastle eyeing Tomori loan deal
The Magpies may be prepared to offer the 22-year-old regular football at St James' Park, having seen him fall out of favour at Stamford Bridge.
Tomori has only appeared in three games across all competitions for Chelsea this season.
Thuram clarifies future amid Man City links
Thuram has taken his career to new heights since joining Gladbach from Guingamp for €12 million (£11m/$14m) in July 2019.
The French winger committed to a four-year contract at Borussia-Park, and has since proven to be one of the bargain signings of the modern era in the Bundesliga.
Read the full story on Goal.
West Ham & Newcastle want Plata
Man Utd to fund Torres move with four sales
Red Devils keen on Villarreal defender
Gunners face Szoboszlai competition
Will Arteta be given time at Arsenal?
PSG ready to offload Jese
Thomas Tuchel has promised that the 27-year-old will not play for the club again, and he will be transfer listed when the market reopens.
Jese joined PSG from Real Madrid in 2016, but has since only appeared in 18 games for the French champions.
Juve & Inter vying for Llorente
Both clubs are weighing up January bids for the 35-year-old, with Gennaro Gattuso unlikely to stand in the way of his exit.
Llorente has yet to appear for Napoli at the start of the 2020-21 season.
Liverpool target Sporting's Mendes
The Portuguese outfit are trying to tie the 18-year-old down to fresh terms so they can raise his €45 million (£40m/$54m) release clause.
Liverpool are keeping close tabs on the situation, and could launch a bid for Mendes if he decides against signing a new deal.
Juventus interested in Savic
The Spanish giants are expecting the Bianconeri to submit a formal offer for the 29-year-old next year.
Atletico will sanction Savic's departure if he rejects a new deal, with his current contract set to expire in 2022.
Phoenix sign Hemed
Chelsea and West Ham battling for Bondswell
Lautaro seeking massive Inter pay rise
Arteta not fearing Arsenal sacking
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta isn't worried about being sacked and concedes it's part of the job.
"The day I decided to be a coach I know that one day I will be sacked or leave the football club. I don’t know if it’s the day after I sign my contact, in a month’s time, a year’s time or six months’ time. I never worry about it," Arteta said on Sunday after seeing side lose 2-1 against Wolves.
"My only concern is to get the best out of the players, give the best possible service to the club and become better and better.
"I know, I repeat, in this profession, one day I will get the sack or leave but I don't know when that is going to happen."
Origi backed for Leeds move
“I would imagine Origi will leave in January but if not it will definitely be the summer," Phillips told Football Insider.
“A fresh challenge for him would be best and I am sure there will be a queue of clubs looking to sign him if he is made available.
“I would not be surprised if he moves on in January and Leeds is definitely a potential destination."
Celtic to make McCarthy offer
McCarthy is out of contract at season's end and Celtic hope to secure his services by holding early talks in January.
Juventus could swap Dybala for Icardi
A high-profile exchange might be on the cards
The swap would likely happen in the summer with Juve struggling to lock Dybala down to a new deal and the Turin side long-time admirers of Icardi.
Sunderland in search of new manager
📰 Sunderland AFC has today parted company with manager Phil Parkinson.— Sunderland AFC (@SunderlandAFC) November 29, 2020
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Arsenal to bid for Leipzig's Konate
Jimenez could replace Lautaro at Inter
Guardiola gives hope to Stones after impressive return
Pep Guardiola says John Stones will get every opportunity at Manchester City if he continues to impress after the defender bounced back to top form.
The City boss brought in new centre-backs Ruben Dias and Nathan Ake at a cost of £102 million ($132m) in the summer to sort out the defensive problems that impacted their last campaign.
With Aymeric Laporte already at the club, Stones appeared to face an uncertain future after falling behind wantaway defender Eric Garcia and midfielder Fernandinho in the pecking order at the end of last season.
Khedira open to leaving Juventus in January
Sami Khedira has *never* said he won’t leave Juventus on January - he’s open to a possible move and would love to join Premier League!— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) November 29, 2020
The interview was made with his brother Rani, who said he’ll not move on January... from Augsburg. 🔴🇩🇪 @cfbayern #Juve #transfers