Everton ready to sell pair of players in January
Everton are ready to sell Oumar Niasse and Morgan Schneiderlin in January at cut-rate prices, according to the Daily Mail.
Schneiderlin has Roma interested, while Crystal Palace, Fulham and Cardiff interested in both Niasse and Cenk Tosun, who the Toffees are also looking to offload.
Manchester United add Southgate to shortlist
Fears Mauricio Pochettino will not join the club have grown strongerManchester United have added England manager Gareth Southgate to their shortlist over fears Mauricio Pochettino will remain at Tottenham, reports the Telegraph.
Pochettino remains the top choice of Ed Woodward, but it is not clear he would be willing to leave his post to join United.
Southgate is contracted with England through the 2022 World Cup, and is no guarantee to take the job either, as he may believe another top job will open up for him in the future.
Newport County after Man Utd defender
The 20-year-old centre-back joined the Red Devils for an initial £100,000 fee in 2015 and is wanted back at the Welsh League Two side on loan.
West Ham may move on Wilson if Arnautovic leaves
Arnautovic appeared to wave goodbye to the fans after his substitution against Arsenal, with Manuel Pellegrini admitting a decision about the striker's future must be made.
And should it lay away from the club, West Ham see Wilson, who is also reportedly a Chelsea target, as a possible replacement.
Willian laughs off Chelsea exit reports
Chelsea's Willian brushed off reports that he might be leaving the club after securing a vital three points against Newcastle United on Saturday.
The Brazilian curled home what proved to be the Blues' winner at Stamford Bridge after 57 minutes, making it 2-1 against a stubborn Magpies side.
There has been talk of renewed Barcelona interest but Willian gave the topic short shrift after his match-winning turn at the weekend.
Fire after Poland internatinal
The Chicago Fire have agreed a deal for Poland international Przemyslaw Frankowski, according to the Athletic.
Frankowski currently plays for Jagiellonia Bialystok in Polish top-flight and has netted three times in 15 games this season.
Hodgson hopes for Crystal Palace signings
The manager said his team is in the transfer market, though they are limited to players who are not just available, but "available to" Palace at their budget.
As a result, Hodgson conceded he does not envy the club's transfer chiefs, but thinks his squad, with players returning from injury, is solid.
'Pochettino has no need to leave Tottenham'
Pochettino is considered to be among the top candidates to get the full-time job with the Red Devils, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer currently leads the club on an interim basis.
While the former Spurs striker once left the London club for Old Trafford, sees no reason for the Tottenham manager to leave the club.
Hudson-Odoi demands Chelsea exit
The teenager believes he would receive an opportunity at Bayern, as the Bundesliga champions will have wingers Arjen Robben and Franck Ribery depart at the end of the season.
Hudson-Odoi does not believe he will get the same chance at Chelsea and is unlikely to sign a new deal when he feels the Bundesliga offers a better pathway to development.
Pellegrini waiting on Arnautovic decision
Manuel Pellegrini said he hoped Marko Arnautovic would "take the best decision for everyone" after he appeared to wave goodbye to West Ham fans during the 1-0 Premier League win against Arsenal.
Arnautovic has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United, while there have been reports of a £35 million ($44.8m) offer from the Chinese Super League that prompted West Ham to release a statement this week insisting the Austria international "is not for sale".
However against Arsenal, Arnautovic was replaced after 70 minutes and removed his gloves to wave to all corners of the ground, leaving Pellegrini to admit a decision had to be taken that would work out for all parties.
Chinese club targets Willian
Chinese Super League club Dalian Yifang want to land Chelsea striker in January, though the club is reluctant to sell the winger, reports the Mirror.
Willian was subject to a swap offer from Barcelona for Malcom, but the Blues were not interested in a deal.
However, Dalian Yifang manager Bernd Schuster has Willian a top his wanted list, which also includes Dimitri Payet and will try to tempt the Blues into a deal.
Barella offered Chelsea warning
Nicolo Barella may be a £45 million ($58m) target for Chelsea, but Italy manager Roberto Mancini has sounded a warning to the Cagliari midfielder ahead of any potential big-money move.
Goal revealed recently that the 21-year-old has been identified as a top target by Maurizio Sarri, amid competition from Serie A heavyweights Inter.
Man City keen on €100m Allan
Manchester City are among those weighing up the merits of a move for Napoli midfielder Allan, reports Tuttomercatoweb.
The Brazil international is drawing admiring glances from clubs across Europe, but will not come cheap as he boasts a €100 million (£89m/$115m) price tag.
Valverde hints at striker move
Amid rumours of interest in Alvaro Morata, Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde admitted there is room in his squad for a new striker.
On Friday, the La Liga leaders agreed a €1 million fee with Sevilla for Munir El Haddadi and may look to bring in a replacement.
Spurs won't push for Rabiot
Tottenham will not be entering into the race for Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Adrien Rabiot, reports the Daily Mail.
The France international is heading towards free agency and the path has been left clear for the likes of Barcelona to make a move with Spurs exploring other options.
Newcastle told asking price for Laxalt
AC Milan are considering the sale of Diego Laxalt, reports Calciomercato.
Newcastle have been linked with the versatile Uruguayan and have been made aware that he could be secured for €12 million (£11m/$14m).
Juventus join Inter in Modric chase
Juventus have joined Serie A rivals Inter in the battle to try and prise Luka Modric away from Real Madrid, according to Sport Mediaset.
The Nerazzurri have been pursuing the 2018 Ballon d'Or winner for some time, but the Bianconeri are now looking to lure him to Turin.
Leicester join battle for Bowen
Leicester are the latest Premier League club to have expressed an interest in Hull City winger Jarrod Bowen, reports The Sun.
Tottenham are also keen on a man with 13 goals to his name this season, but the Tigers are reluctant to sell.
Fellaini wanted by Milan
Another player who could be heading out of Manchester United is Marouane Fellaini, reports Het Nieuwsblad.
The Belgian is said to be disappointed at Jose Mourinho's departure and is now being targeted by AC Milan in the winter transfer window.
Valencia to leave Man Utd
Antonio Valencia is set to leave Manchester United at the end of the season, according to The Mirror.
The long-serving full-back will be out of contract in the summer and, after 10 years with the Red Devils, is attracting interest from Serie A side Inter.
Fabinho accuses PSG of dirty transfer tactics
Fabinho has no regrets at having linked up with Liverpool in 2018 and has accused Paris Saint-Germain of dirty tactics in sparking transfer speculation since then.
He told L'Equipe of loan reports which emerged earlier in the season: "I know a lot of things were written in the newspapers, but it wasn’t true. What’s funny is that this PSG loan story came out just before our Champions League match [in November]."
Arnautovic waving farewell to West Ham?
Marko Arnautovic went out of his way to wave to West Ham supporters while making his way from the field against Arsenal.
Was he bidding farewell to the Hammers faithful?
The Austrian continues to be linked with the likes of Chelsea and Manchester United, while big-money approaches have been made from China.
Juve snub Morata-Higuain swap proposal
Juventus have snubbed Chelsea's offer of a swap deal involving Gonzalo Higuain and Alvaro Morata, reports Calciomercato.
The Bianconeri sent their Argentine striker on loan to AC Milan last summer and, despite being open to permanent deals, have no desire to bring a former frontman back to the club.
Munir completes Sevilla switch
'Arnautovic would be perfect for Man Utd'
Peter Crouch played alongside Marko Arnautovic at Stoke and believes a player with “special ability” would find “the perfect stage” if he moved to Manchester United.
The West Ham forward is generating plenty of transfer talk at present, with Chelsea and Chinese Super League clubs among those credited with holding an interest.
David Luiz open to Benfica return
David Luiz is open to making a return to Benfica if he is not offered fresh terms by Chelsea, claims The Mirror.
The Brazilian defender is into the final few months of his current contract and could drop into the free agent pool over the summer.
Balerdi on verge of Dortmund switch
Boca Juniors president Daniel Angelici has confirmed the club has agreed the sale of Leonardo Balerdi to Borussia Dortmund.
Reports in Argentina have indicated that the Bundesliga club have agreed to pay €15 million (£13m/$17m) for the defender, with a further €2m potentially due to Boca in add-ons.
Everton want £20m for Tosun
Everton are willing to let Cenk Tosun leave the club in January, but are demanding £20 million ($27m) for him.
The Turkey international has fallen out of favour at Goodison Park and Liverpool Echo says they are ready to offload him before adding new faces to Marco Silva's team.
There is interest in Tosun from other Premier League clubs, but they will have to pay a healthy sum to convince Everton to sell.
Ex-Watford star Ighalo emerges as Barcelona target
Catalan side eye loan move for Changchun Yatai attacker
Former Watford striker Odion Ighalo could be set for a shock move to Barcelona, according to Sport.
The Catalan side want to bring in a new attacker on a short-term deal to enhance their front line in the second half of the season.
Many targets have emerged, but Ighalo sticks out because of his exploits at Watford and experience in La Liga with Granada.
He only joined Changchun Yatai in 2017, but Ighalo is ready to return to Europe and has offers from the Premier League, but Barca could swoop in with a loan offer.
Monaco sign Vainqueur from Antalyaspor
Monaco have confirmed the loan signing of William Vainqueur from Turkish outfit Antalyaspor.
The Ligue 1 side initially turned back on their decision to sign the 30-year-old midfielder when he picked up an injury, but the player convinced them to return and sort out a temporary deal.
He has joined Monaco until the rest of the season as they look to claw their way out of the relegation zone.
Napoli want Biraghi from Fiorentina
Napoli have begun talks with Fiorentina over a potential summer move for Cristiano Biraghi, says Sky Sport in Italy.
The Serie A side are examining options in their hunt for a new left-back and see the 26-year-old as a suitable candidate. Carlo Ancelotti's team have already contacted Fiorentina to see if they would be willing to let him go at the end of the season.
The Stadio San Paolo team are also keeping an eye on SPAL's right sided player Manuel Lazzari and look likely to make a move for him.
Icardi set for talks with Inter
Inter will meet with Mauro Icardi's agent on Tuesday to discuss a potential contract renewal, as per reports in Italy.
The Argentine's current deal runs until 2021, but the Nerazzurri want to tie him down to a new one amid ongoing interest from Spain and England.
Icardi's agent and wife, Wanda Nara, said this week that the two sides are far apart in negotiations, fuelling speculation that the striker could leave San Siro in the near future.
Although Inter do not expect to wrap up his extension this week, directors Piero Ausilio and Giuseppe Marotta will meet with Nara and are confident of making progress in their early negotiations.
Juventus & Genoa track Zurkowski
Genoa are weighing up a January bid for Polish midfielder Szymon Zurkowski, but will have to deal with interest from Juventus.
The Under 21 international has impressed for Gornik Zabrze this season and it is understood Genoa are considering an €8 million (£7m/$9m) bid.
But Juve are also keeping an eye on Zurkowski and may be open to him joining Genoa instead, allowing them to lure him to Turin after a year or two.
AC Milan back in race for Fellaini
AC Milan are back in contention to sign Marouane Fellaini from Manchester United, Nieuwsblad is reporting.
The midfielder has not featured since a cameo appearance in new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's first game, raising speculation he could be set to leave the Premier League side in January or at the end of the season.
AC Milan negotiated with the Belgian last year, but he opted to remain at Old Trafford and sign an extension until 2020. With Porto and Guangzhou Evergrande also in contention, though, the former Everton star has options ahead of him.
Spurs demand Real Madrid pay over £300m for Kane
London club determined to keep star striker
Real Madrid have been warned they will have to pay €350 million (£313m/$400m) to land Tottenham star Harry Kane, AS claims.
The Spanish side have been heavily linked with the 25-year-old striker and need to bring in a new star goal scorer following Cristiano Ronaldo's departure.
The newspaper reports Madrid made contact with Spurs in December to get a sense of how much the Premier League side would want for the England international.
But Spurs hope their massive asking price will warn Madrid off as they remain determined to keep their star man.
Badstuber can leave immediately, say Stuttgart
Stuttgart have told Holger Badstuber he can leave the club in January if he wants.
The defender joined from Bayern last year and signed an extension until 2021 before the start of this season, but he has made just seven Bundesliga appearances in 2018-19.
The 29-year-old is out with another injury and it is unknown when he will return to action. Stuttgart are ready to cut their losses and let him find another club, as sporting director Michael Reschke told Bild: "The past half year has unsatisfactory for both sides. Should Holger and his advisor approach us in this transfer window, we will show we are willing to talk. I have the impression that Holger can imagine a new challenge."
Napoli determined to keep PSG target Allan
Napoli have warned Paris Saint-Germain they will not sell Allan at any price in January, according to reports in Italy.
The Ligue 1 side have been heavily linked with a move for the midfielder this month, with talk of a potential €50 million (£45m/$57m) doing the rounds.
But Aurelio de Laurentiis is determined to hold on to one of his side's star players and are willing to hold out for four times as much as is being reported.
Chelsea demand Hudson-Odoi buy-back clause in Bayern deal
Chelsea will not sell Callum Hudson-Odoi to Bayern Munich unless they can include a buy-back clause in the deal, The Times says.
The German giants seem determined to land the 18-year-old and have already had offers for him rejected by the Blues.
Chelsea want to ensure they can bring him back to Stamford Bridge in the future before they let him go, but Bayern are reluctant to let them include a clause.
Man Utd want unhappy Coutinho
But midfielder not giving up on Camp Nou career
Manchester United have contacted Barcelona star Philippe Coutinho's agent over a potential return to the Premier League.
The Brazil international is going through a rough period at Camp Nou, having gone without a start in La Liga since early December.
Mundo Deportivo reports that United have decided to try their luck by getting in touch with his representatives. However, the Catalan side are not willing to let their most expensive signing leave just yet, while the ex-Liverpool man is not ready to force a move at this point.
Inter move for teen goalkeeper Brazao
Inter are plotting a move for Gabriel Brazao from Cruzeiro by getting Chievo to sign him first, Sky Sport in Italy claims.
The Nerazzurri do not have any more non-EU places available in their squad, but are determined to sign the 18-year-old goalkeeper.
They will try to replicate the scheme that saw Julio Cesar head to San Siro from Flamengo, via a stop in Verona.
Inter want Chievo to land the Brazil Under 20 player in January and then ship him on to Milan in the summer.
Real Madrid open to Isco-Dybala swap
Real Madrid are open to letting Isco join Juventus if it means they can bring Paulo Dybala to Spain, Tuttosport claims.
The midfielder is fed up with his lack of playing time with the Champions League holders and looks set to move in January or the summer transfer window, with the Serie A side leading the chase.
Madrid will hold out for a big fee for the in-demand Spain international, but have their eyes on Argentine attacker Dybala, which could see the two sides hammer out a deal.
PSG want Dortmund star Weigl
Paris Saint-Germain are pressing to sign Julian Weigl from Borussia Dortmund in January, Sky Sport in Germany.
Thomas Tuchel is looking to strengthen his midfield and hopes to reunite with one of the promising stars of his last club.
Dortmund insist they will not let the 23-year-old leave in the middle of the season, but PSG will keep trying to negotiate with the Bundesliga outfit, while the player himself is open to a switch.
Barca plot Jovic move
Barcelona are considering a move for Eintracht Frankfurt star Luka Jovic, Mundo Deportivo reports.
The Serbian striker has scored 12 goals in 15 Bundesliga appearances this season, courting interest from across Europe.
Barcelona have taken an interest but will keep assessing him throughout the campaign before deciding on a deal in the summer.
Chelsea reluctant to sell Willian in January
Chelsea are reluctant to sell Willian in January despite interest from Barcelona, according to ESPN FC.
The Blaugrana reportedly saw a £50 million (€56m/$64m) offer for the Brazilian rejected, with Chelsea keen to keep the 30-year-old for a top-four push this season.
Willian has 18 months remaining on his current contract.
Lallana is needed at Liverpool – Klopp
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has attempted quash any speculation that Adam Lallana could leave the club.
The 30-year-old has struggled with injuries over the past two seasons, and has only totaled six Premier League starts in the last season and a half.
Benitez: I turned down offers from bigger clubs
Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez has confirmed he has turned down offers from bigger clubs.
The Magpies have been hamstrung by a lack of funds during Benitez's tenure, but the Spaniard insists he still has work to do on Tyneside.
Monaco pushing to sign €25m Kamano
Monaco have made Bordeaux striker Francois Kamano one of their top January targets, according to Le10Sport.
The 22-year-old Guinean has had a strong campaign for Bordeaux, scoring 11 goals in all competitions.
But Bordeaux will not let Kamano go for cheap, and are demanding €25 million (£22m/$29m) for the forward.
Chelsea prioritise six-month Higuain loan
Chelsea have made a six-month loan for striker Gonzalo Higuain their top January priority, according to The Sun.
The Blues are looking to upgrade at striker, with current options Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud failing to shine at Stamford Bridge.
Higuain is on loan at Milan from Juventus, and Chelsea are currently engaged in three-way talks with both Serie A sides.
Fiorentina chasing Obiang
Fiorentina are looking to sign West Ham midfielder Pedro Obiang, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
The 26-year-old joined West Ham in 2015, and the Viola are hoping they can land a player they've been tracking since his days at Sampdoria.
Obiang has made nine league starts for the Hammers this season.
Chelsea have deals for Barella and Paredes
Chelsea have deals in place to land Zenit's Leandro Paredes and Cagliari's Nicolo Barella, reports the Mirror.
Paredes appears to be the more likely of the pair to move to Stamford Bridge, with Barella reluctant to leave Serie A in the middle of the season.
Both midfielders are being eyed as replacements for Cesc Fabregas, whose move to Monaco was confirmed on Friday.
Madrid will have to pay Man Utd £10m to land Mourinho
Real Madrid will be forced to pay Manchester United £10 million (€11m/$13m) if they want to hire Jose Mourinho as their manager, claims The Sun.
Real president Florentino Perez is reportedly keen to bring Mourinho back to the club, with the Blancos struggling badly in 2018-19.
But the La Liga giants would have to pay United a hefty fee as part of the Portuguese manager's agreement when he departed Old Trafford.
Chelsea make enquiry for Rabiot
The Blues may try to snatch the midfielder away from Barcelona
Chelsea have made an enquiry for PSG midfielder Adrien Rabiot, reports L'Equipe.
Rabiot appears set for a move to Barcelona, with his contract expiring at the end of the season and his current club refusing to play him.
But Chelsea may try to hijack that deal by offering PSG a transfer fee to sign the 23-year-old this month.
Levy will refuse to allow Pochettino to join Manchester United
The Spurs chairman is ready to stand his ground
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has told the club's board he will reject any approach from Manchester United for manager Mauricio Pochettino, claims The Sun.
Pochettino is still United's top choice for their permanent manager role, and they are prepared to pay up to £50 million (£34m in wages and £16m to Spurs) to get their man.
But Levy, a notoriously difficult negotiator, is ready to hold firm and is even ready to give Pochettino the final say in all transfers.
Monaco joins race for Mendes
Monaco have joined the chase for Lille midfielder Thiago Mendes, according to Le10Sport.
PSG are also in for the 26-year-old Brazilian, for whom Lille will demand at least €25 million (£22m/$29m).
Mendes is also drawing interest from the Premier League, with Southampton and Bournemouth among the clubs linked.
Lazio eye Zappacosta move
Lazio are hoping to sign out-of-favour Chelsea full-back Davide Zappacosta, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.
The 26-year-old has made just two Premier League appearances this season and could be looking to return to Serie A in search of more game time.
Lazio would like to sign Zappacosta on loan with an option to buy, while Chelsea prefer to sell the Italy international outright.
Gabigol joins Flamengo on loan
Inter striker Gabriel Barbosa has joined Brazilian giants Flamengo on loan until December 2019.
The 22-year-old starred for Santos on loan last season and was linked with a move to Premier League sides West Ham and Fulham, among others.
Leeds to move for Madrid goalkeeper Casilla
Leeds United are set for a sensational move for Real Madrid goalkeeper Kiko Casilla, according to the Yorkshire Evening Post.
The 32-year-old is now third-choice behind Thibaut Courtois and Keylor Navas and has not made a single appearance for the club in all competitions this season.
Marcelo Bielsa is hoping to have the deal wrapped up before the club's next match against Stoke, with a new goalkeeper a priority since on-loan shot-stopper Jamal Blackman broke his leg and had to be sent back to Chelsea.