Monaco deny breaking youth recruitment rules
Monaco have denied reports that they broke rules regarding the recruitment of youth players.
Oblak looking to leave Atletico
Oblak is currently under contract through 2021, but is looking to leave in the January window in the absence of a new deal.
The goalkeeper has previously stated his desire to remain with the club, which has extended a number of top stars including Saul, Koke and Antoine Griezmann in recent months.
FC Cincy unlikely to sign DPs ahead of MLS debut
With the club's MLS debut set for next season, FC Cincinnati is unlikely to spend big on any major stars.
According to MLSSoccer.com, the club isn't likely to sign a Designated Player ahead of their debut to join current DP Fanendo Adi.
“At this stage, I’d say probably not,” head coach Alan Koch said. “We’ve put a lot of work into building something and I think our club philosophy is to be as fiscally responsible as possible. We do go case by case, of course, and we know we’ve got a lot of business ahead of us, but if you’re asking me right now, I’d say probably not, no.”
De Gea 'may be looking' at Man Utd exit
David de Gea's former coach says the goalkeeper 'may be looking' at leaving Manchester United with the Spanish star yet to commit to a new contract.
Eric Steele, who left Old Trafford in the wake of David Moyes’ arrival in 2013, says he hopes the goalkepeer stays on but would understand why he would be looking at other options.
Arsenal eye Juventus defender Rugani
According to the Express, Arsenal are monitoring the Italian defender, who has begun learning English ahead of a Premier League move.
However, with Chelsea said to be leading the race for Rugani, Arsenal could also turn to Andreas Christensen or Eric Bailly.
Solari named permanent manager at Real Madrid
Udinese hire Nicola as manager following Velazquez sacking
Udinese have hired Davide Nicola after sacking Julio Velazquez.
The club announced on Tuesday that Velazquez was on his way out after just 13 games in charge which saw two wins, three draws and eight losses.
Nicola has managed Crotone, Bari, Livorno and Lumezzane while also playing nearly 20 years in Italy.
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Juventus lining up move for James
Juventus's relationship with agent Jorge Mendes is seen as a boost to their case.
Verratti not considering PSG exit
Murray signs Brighton extension
Glenn Murray has signed a contract extension, Brighton & Hove announced on Tuesday.
Murray is the club’s leading goalscorer, having scored six times this season, and will remain with the club through the 2019-20 season.
“We are delighted to have extended Glenn’s contract. He has proved a vital member of the team and his goals have been crucial to us," said manager Chris Hughton.
“Glenn has scored consistently for us, first in helping us win promotion, and now in the Premier League as we seek to establish ourselves at the top level.
“He’s proved himself at the very top late in his career, and his professionalism and approach on and off the pitch is a big factor in why he’s still doing it now."
Young wants assurances at Man Utd
Ashley Young wants to be assured he will remain a part of first team plans before signing a new deal with Manhcester United, according to ESPN.
The England international's contract is set to expire at the end of the season, although he has been offered a one-year deal with a second option year.
Young has generated interest from other Premier League sides, as well as teams in MLS, but has lost out on a starting spot to Luke Shaw in recent weeks.
Ozil turned down 'crazy' offer to stay with Arsenal
Hysaj to frustrate Man Utd & Chelsea
The Albania international full-back’s agent, Mario Giuffredi, has said: “We've been talking to Napoli for some time. In the next few weeks I'll meet the president to understand if there are the conditions for a renewal. He has only two-and-a-half years left on his contract.”
Eriksen unsure if contract talks will continue
Christian Eriksen is unsure if contract talks with Tottenham will be reopened, with discussions to this point having delivered no extension.
A man being linked with Barcelona told Danish publication BT: “There have been talks with Tottenham many times. I cannot say if they are over. You must ask them.”
Heavyweight sides eyeing Blackburn starlet
The Premier League’s ‘big six’ are all keeping a close eye on Blackburn forward Vilius Piliukaitis, claims Teamtalk.
'No excuse for Man Utd having only one world-class player'
Manchester United have “one world-class player”, claims Paul Ince, with there no excuse for the club’s lack of quality after sizeable investment under Jose Mourinho.
Since taking the Red Devils’ reins in the summer of 2016, the man at the Old Trafford helm has splashed out around £387 million ($502m).
Juve eyeing three Serie A stars
Should Liverpool launch Fulham raid?
Former Reds striker John Aldridge believes the pair would be welcome additions at Anfield as Jurgen Klopp seeks to add even greater depth to his ranks.
Christensen mulling over Chelsea future
Andreas Christensen admits he is not happy with a lack of minutes at Chelsea, with an unfortunate situation forcing him to consider a move elsewhere.
The Danish defender committed to a long-term contract in January, but has found game time hard to come by under Maurizio Sarri.
Young seeks assurances before penning new deal
Ashley Young wants assurances regarding his role in Jose Mourinho's future plans before committing to a new contract, reports ESPN.
The versatile 33-year-old is in line for fresh terms at Old Trafford, but he will only sign if he is guaranteed regular first-team football.
Ex-Chelsea & England star Cole retires
Joe Cole has announced his retirement from professional football.
'Neymar return to Barcelona is difficult'
The World Cup winner told Cadena Ser: "Obviously, Neymar continues to be one of the best and in any team he would make a difference. But it's not easy to return."
Want-away Alexis offered to Real Madrid
Blancos given opportunity to sign Sanchez
The Chilean has struggled for form since joining the Red Devils in January and is now looking for a way out of Old Trafford.
Simpson signs new Bournemouth deal
Mata & Herrera in Man Utd contract talks
Brexit plans could see limit on PL foreign players
Premier League clubs could be obliged to make sure that at least half of their first-team squads are made up of "homegrown" players, per The Times.
The proposal would see clubs have to reduce the number of overseas players in their squads to 12; the current limit is 17.
Zabaleta ready to head into retirement
Mourinho facing Man Utd sack threat
Red Devils readying Pochettino move
Man Utd squad questions Matic's role
The midfielder has long been a vital piece for Jose Mourinho, but several mistakes in recent weeks have caused team-mates to question the Portuguese manger's faith in him.
Matic's most recent effort against Manchester City featured another lapse as Ilkay Gundogan scored the final goal in the 3-1 derby loss.
Mexico continue search for head coach
Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti's time leading the Mexico national team will come to an end this month as El Tri move towards hiring a permanent boss.
Gerardo 'Tata' Martino is still very in the mix as he nears the end of his time with Atlanta United, as are a number of other candidates.
Rondon expected to remain at Newcastle
Salomon Rondon is expected to stay at Newcastle, according to the Chronicle.
The Venezuelan star is on a season-long loan deal with the club, although West Brom has the option of extending Rondon's contract with upon his return at the end of the campaign.
However, after suffering relegation, West Brom simply want to recoup a fee for the forward, who is hoping to remain with the Premier League club going forward.
Sarri looking to lure Fekir to Chelsea
NYCFC future in doubt for Villa
The Spanish star is hoping to play one more year but, following the club's playoff elimination, NYCFC is currently only open to offering Villa a front-office role.
Villa, though, wants to continue playing for at least one more season, and could move elsewhere if the two sides can't come to an agreement.
Real Madrid still keen on Quintero
The midfielder reportedly attracted the Spanish giants' attention after impressing for Colombia during the World Cup in the summer.
And Real remain keen on Quintero, who featured for River Plate in their 2-2 draw with Boca Juniors in the Copa Libertadores final first leg.
Juventus keen on Dortmund star Sancho
Sancho has been in remarkable form for the Bundesliga leaders so far this season, registering five goals and seven assists in all competitions.
And Juve are reportedly keen on signing the winger, though the Serie A kings may have to cough up as much as €80 million (£70m/$90m) to land him.
PSG ace Mbappe attacks money-drenched game
Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe has labelled the amount of money in modern football as "indecent."
Mbappe became the second most expensive footballer in history when switching from Monaco to PSG for €180 million (£157m/$201m) in the summer of 2017.
However, the France ace says there are sums involved in the top tiers of the game that he could scarcely have imagined when he was growing up.
Tottenham fear Real Madrid move for Pochettino
Pochettino has raised questions about his Spurs future after revealing in October that his mood is the "worst" it has been during his time in charge.
And the north Londoners are worried Real, who are set to appoint Santiago Solari until the end of the season, want Pochettino as his successor.
Alexis to stay at Man Utd in January
The Chile star is not attracting any suitors
However, a combination of his massive wages and United's unwillingness to take a significant loss are preventing new suitors coming forward.