Evans a free agent after having contract option declined
Kharlton Belmar, Cristian Lobato and defenders Amer Didic, and Colton Storm also saw their options declined as the club announced its end-of-season roster moves on Friday.
Isak 'probably will not' leave BVB this winter
Alexander Isak's agent does not see the young forward moving on from Borussia Dortmund this winter.
"If he moves in January, it will be discussed and planned with the club - but he probably will not move," the player's agent, Moses Ssewankambo, told SPOX.
"There has not yet been a serious conversation with the new coach, who is known to be very good with young players, but that does not mean that it will not happen."
Bazoer to return to Wolfsburg from Porto
Zlatan snubbed Man City prior to United move
Liverpool lead race to sign James
The Colombia international was in and out of the team until his recent injury. The 27-year-old has been told he is not needed by Niko Kovac and Bayern will not trigger the buying option in his loan deal.
While Real Madrid could welcome him back, James has several options as Arsenal, Juventus and Napoli have all been linked. However, Don Balon claims Liverpool have taken the lead in the race and are prepared to offer €50 million (£44m/$57m) for him.
Gabigol open to Premier League switch
Gabriel Barbosa says he is open to making a move to the Premier League in January.
The 22-year-old striker's loan at Santos will finish at the end of 2018, but is not expected to stay at Inter.
Bush signs three-year extension with Impact
Montreal Impact goalkeeper Evan Bush has signed a three-year contract extension.
The 32-year-old was named the club's defensive player of the year in 2018 and coach Remi Garde said he is delighted that Evans is staying.
"Evan signing a new contract with the Impact is excellent news for the future of this team,” he said. “His excellent work daily with [goalkeeper coach] Joel Bats, alongside the group’s three other goalkeepers, allowed him to have a very good 2018 season. I’m happy to be able to count on him next season.”
Roma set sights on Dolberg
The Danish striker is on good form once again after he recovered from an injury to score five goals from eight Eredivisie games this season.
Dolberg, 21, has a contract that runs until 2022, but Roma are hoping their connection through his former team-mate Justin Kluivert can help lure him to the Italian capital.
Atletico Madrid eye Hazard
The Belgium international has been a hit at Gladbach since first joining on loan in 2014. With eight goals and five assists in 12 Bundesliga appearances, he has been the star of the team again this season, catching the eye of Madrid as well as Borussia Dortmund.
The 25-year-old is contracted to the German side until 2020, so they may be ready to listen to offers if they cannot get him to extend his deal.
Barcelona meet Raiola to discuss De Ligt
Catalan side ready to make move for Ajax star
Raiola will travel to Barca's offices to continue negotiations as the club want to wrap up a deal after Samuel Umtiti's injury.
Guardiola ready to wave goodbye to Real Madrid target Diaz
The 19-year-old has reached an informal agreement to join Madrid in January after rejecting a contract offer from City.
And Guardiola says the club have done everything to keep him, but advised the midfielder to leave if he wants to.
Villa to link up with Iniesta at Vissel Kobe
Barca chief Abidal loves 'next Pogba' Ndombele
And the report claims Abidal has fallen in love with the midfielder, who he believes is the next Paul Pogba.
Zidane eyeing return to management 'soon'
And the Frenchman has since been linked with Bayern and United with both Niko Kovac and Jose Mourinho struggling respectively.
Kroos 'feels at home' with Real Madrid
'Man Utd need a ball-playing centre-half'
Manchester United need to find “a ball-playing centre-half” in January, says Dimitar Berbatov, with it imperative that Jose Mourinho lands reinforcements in an area prioritised for some time.
The Red Devils had been hoping to bolster their ranks in that department over the summer, with several top targets identified – such as Toby Alderweireld and Harry Maguire.
Arsenal urged to pursue Martial and Dembele
Former Gunners defender Lauren told Sporting Bet of Martial: "If Martial doesn’t renew his contract at Man Utd, Arsenal would be crazy not to try and snap him up."
Fabregas denies Milan contact
Cesc Fabregas says that AC Milan have not contacted him over a January move, but that he is open to talking to clubs in January with his contract expiring in the summer.
The 31-year-old has yet to be offered a new deal by Chelsea and he will be able to talk to other clubs over a pre-contract for a free transfer upon entering the final six months of his deal in January.
Pjaca likely to leave Juventus
Wenger ignores Bayern talk
Arsene Wenger has refused to be drawn on the speculation linking him with a possible role at Bayern Munich.
With Niko Kovac falling under mounting pressure at the Allianz Arena, it was been suggested that a former Arsenal boss could be drafted into his place.
Chicharito open to leaving West Ham
Javier Hernandez is refusing to rule out a January move away from West Ham as he continues to struggle for regular minutes.
The Mexican striker told Marca: "I want to play, to participate as much as possible and I have the ability to win a place but I need to respect the decisions being taken and for that reason I am not closing the door on moving this winter."
Man Utd prepared to go big on Varane
Arsenal and Spurs eyeing Amiri
Juve and Inter eye Fiorentina's Chiesa
Chiesa, 21, has impressed for Fiorentina so far this season, registering two goals and two assists apiece in Serie A.
Juve are understood to be the favourites to land Chiesa, though Inter can offer the winger more first-team football.
Man City and Tottenham to battle for Taoui
Man Utd must sell to buy new defender in January
The Red Devils' wage bill has risen dramatically following the capture of Alexis Sanchez at the start of the year.
And therefore one or two of Phil Jones, Eric Bailly and Marcos Rojo must be sold if United are to sign a new defender and reduce their wage bill.
Union deny Balotelli pursuit
Philadelphia Union sporting director Ernst Tanner has denied reports linking his side to Mario Balotelli.
Defensive crisis accelerates Barca's de Ligt pursuit
Injury issues have plauged Samuel Umtiti while Clement Lenglet has yet to fully convince the club that he can be trusted long-term.
Ajax defender De Ligt is seen as an answer in both the long and short term, and Barcelona will therefore push for a move in January.
Sarri tells Cahill he can leave Chelsea
The veteran centre-back has fallen out of favour under the Italian, making just one appearance in the Premier League all season.
Milan are a possible destination for Cahill, but are less likely now with injured duo Mattia Caldara and Mateo Musacchio nearing full fitness.
Armas nearing new deal with Red Bulls
Armas took over at midseason after Jesse March left to take an assistant position with sister club RB Leipzig.
The Red Bulls did not skip a beat under Armas, as the club posted a 12-3-3 record under the new manager and claimed the Supporters' Shield.
Watford consider Lolley move in January
De Gea won't sign long-term deal until Man Utd clarify Mourinho future
The Spanish star wants to see a plan put in place at the club
The club took its option to extend the goalkeeper's contract by an extra year, but De Gea has yet to commit his long-term future to the club.
De Gea is said to be happy at the club, but wants to see a plan put in place to return to competing for trophies.
West Ham reluctant to offer Nasri long-term deal
West Ham are reluctant to give Samir Nasri a long-term deal as the club waits for the Frenchman to prove his fitness, according to the Mirror.
Former Arsenal and Man City star Nasri has been training with the club, but showed up to his training stint out of shape.
West Ham boss Manuel Pellegrini is willing to give Nasri chance to prove himself, although it will likely come via a shorter deal.
Real Madrid yet to approach for Eriksen
The Spanish club had reportedly been quoted that it would take €250 million to sign the Tottenham star, who Real see as a Luka Modric replacement.
However, no club has made an official push for Eriksen, who is currently contracted to Spurs until 2020.
Oliveira out as Fluminense boss
Fluminense have parted ways with manager Marcelo Oliveira, the club announced on Thursday.
The decision was made by the club's board following a run of poor results with assistant Fabio Moreno set to step in as interim boss.
Under Oliveira, the team played 33 games, with 12 wins, eight draws and 13 losses, having conceded 34 goals while scoring just 26.
Ramsey must decide quickly on Juventus move
Aaron Ramsey is expected to leave Arsenal when his contract expires this summer, but he may need to decide on his next destination before then.
Juve have Paris Saint-Germain star Adrien Rabiot lined up as a potential option as well and Ramsey will likely have to decide between the Serie A kings, Bayern Munich and Roma as he narrows down his next destination.