Juventus act on Lovato interest
Ex-Atletico Madrid midfielder Gabi retires
Spartak strike deal to sign Aquino
Inter want to extend Gagliardini deal
Bouba Diop passes away at 42
Khedira open to Premier League move
Juventus target Roma youngster Calafiori
The Bianconeri hope to capitalise on their good relationship with the left-back's agent, Mino Raiola, and lure him to Turin.
They hope to convince Roma to let him go by offering 21-year-old Gianluca Frabotta, who has made seven Serie A appearances this season, in exchange.
Benfica suffer blow in Carvalho chase
According to A Bola, the midfieder is a top target for the Portuguese giants, while Leicester are also said to want him.
But Betis are reluctant to let anyone leave in January because they cannot afford to bring in a replacement.
Sunderland begin search for new manager
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Barca midfielder Alena nears Betis return
The midfielder has made just one appearance in La Liga this season and is not going to play a big role under Ronald Koeman.
He spent last season on loan at Betis and the club want him back. Alena, meanwhile, would love to return to Manuel Pellegrini's team.
Donnarumma wants AC Milan stay
Gianluigi Donnarumma has confirmed he wants to sign a contract extension at AC Milan.
The goalkeeper has been in talks with the Serie A side over a new deal, but the delay has sparked concerns he is reluctant to commit to the club.
"I want to wear the Milan shirt also in the future and there is no problem," he said. "My agent talks about this topic with the directors. Mino knows what I want and what he has to do."
Seedorf: Depay a great option for Barca
Coutinho’s agent denies Juve move talk
Bellingham snubbed mass interest to sign for Dortmund
Agent Philipp Degen claims to be a friend of Bellingham’s father - who represents the midfielder - and says Dorrmund beat off major competition to land the teenager’s signature.
“It is one of the biggest victories for Dortmund [to sign Bellingham] because the challenge to get this player was very, very high,” Degen told the Liverpool Echo. “I know his agent, and I am a very good friend of him.“Real, Barca, AC Milan, Inter, AS Roma, Bayern Munich, Dortmund - all the top teams in England, especially Man United - and when you see the fight for this boy, it was massive.”
Bournemouth star furious over
Players of Championship side Bournemouth have been left furious by a social media post from the partner of chief executive Neill Blake, The Sun reports.
She is seen showing off a £140,000 Bentley, which she was bought for Christmas by Blake.
Meanwhile, the Cherries stars have been forced into pay cuts due to the pandemic.
Thauvin replies to Milan interest
Florian Thauvin has admitted that he would be interested in moving to Milan after Paolo Maldini praised him.
"When a football legend speaks well of you. It touched me a lot, it really pleased me and I thank him for that," he said.
Blanc pessimistic over his coaching future
Leeds target Lopetegui as Bielsa successor
Man Utd eye Evans return
Shock Old Trafford move for ex-Red Devil?
Evans is currently at Leicester, though his deal is out at the end of the season. If he has not signed a fresh contract by January, they will make a move.
United have been keenly seeking additional reinforcements at centre-back for some time.
Eriksen has decided to leave Inter
Lautaro ready to leave Inter
Milan eyeing Strasbourg defender Simakan
Man Utd to try to offload Bailly
Liverpool battle top clubs for Kabak
Arsenal continue to monitor Aouar
Bojan a target for Saint-Etienne
Solskjaer bullish over Man Utd future
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has deflected questions about his long-term future at the club, instead insisting that "this team is going places".
The Norwegian club legend is contracted at Old Trafford until 2022 with the Red Devils yet to give any indication of whether they intend to stick with Solskjaer beyond that.
United's results so far this season have been mixed with Solskjaer's side winning just four of their first eight Premier League games to currently sit 13th.
Ramos ditches Nike for Adidas
Man City continue Martinez pursuit
Spurs urged to sign Khedira
“We no longer have players retiring at 30, 32 unless it is a really bad injury. Players are fitter and stronger and it is helping them elongate their careers," Robinson told Football Insider.
“There is no reason why Khedira would not do that, he has a huge amount to offer, but you are not going to sign him on a three-year contract."
D.C. United eyeing Man City assistant
Man Utd scouting system suffers cyber attack
Fernandinho expecting Man City exit
Dortmund circling for Tzolis
Solskjaer wants to bring back Evans
Arsenal ready to sell Pepe
An early Emirates exit is looming
The Gunners believe they paid too much for the Ivory Coast international and that the attacker isn't cut out for the Premier League.
Pepe won't be sold cheaply however, with Arsenal even open to a loan move with an obligation to buy.