United watching 'keeper Livakovic
Current United No. 1 David De Gea still hasn't signed a new contract at Old Trafford, and they are casting around for a replacement, should he leave.
Castillejo to stay at Milan
Calciomercato, citing a Gazzetta dello Sport report, says the 24-year-old will spurn any offers as he looks to rebound from a difficult first season at San Siro.
Castillejo found the back of the net just four times in 31 appearances last campaign,
Monaco sign Maripan
Emery praises Real Sociedad target Monreal
The left-back has played every minute for the Gunners this season, but may be moved on after the arrival of Kieran Tierney, with the La Liga club supposed to have agreed a deal.
"He's a big professional for us," Emery said after Arsenal's 3-1 defeat to Liverpool on Saturday.
Sampdoria in for Villa's Kalinic
Kalinic was replaced between the posts last season by Jed Steer and the arrival of Tom Heaton has seen him fall even further down the pecking order.
A move to the Serie A club to be Emil Auderos' backup may see the Croatian rebuild his stuttering career.
Bologna close to Medel deal
A fee of €2.5 million has been agreed with his current team Besiktas, with personal terms for a long-term deal being discussed.
Reading youngster set for Spain move
Reading midfielder Jordan Holsgrove is set to join Spanish third-tier side Atletico Baleares on loan, as reported by Berkshire Live.
The Scotland under-21 player has been training with Royals' first-team squad over the summer but has not been selected in any of the side's games this season.
Holsgrove signed a new contract with Reading back in February, keeping him with the club until the summer of 2021.
Valverde denies players distracted by Neymar link
Ernesto Valverde has denied the rumours of a possible Neymar return to Barcelona have affected his squad, saying they are used to such speculation.
"Every time a market window gets open there's a big expectation and players like Neymar awake a big expectation as well,” Valverde told reporters. “What is happening is anything but boring, but he is a PSG player and we must focus on the game."
Bayern close in on Sanches replacement
The champions will hope for better luck with Spanish midfielder Roca who is highly rated by his club.
Gerrard sure of Aribo value
The 23-year-old midfielder snubbed Southampton in order to sign for the Glasgow giants on a four-year deal this summer after leaving Charlton Athletic on a free transfer.
Inter teen set for Verona loan
Opportunities are likely to be few and far between this year at San Siro so the decision has been made to move him on to a Serie A rival for the next year.
Trabzonspor deny Wanyama interest
The Kenya international has fallen down the pecking order at Spurs as a result of the emergence of Harry Winks and signing of Tanguy Ndombele, but won't be rescued by the club that signed Daniel Sturridge this week.
"Yama who? No, there is no offer, there is no interest," club president Ahmet Agaoglu is quoted as saying in the report.
Martinez in Inter contract talks
The talks are on hold ahead of the end of the European transfer window closing on September 2.
The Serie A club are keen to remove the palyer's release clause of €111m (£101m/$124m), but Yaque and Martinez want it to stay in place.
Caicedo to sign Lazio extension
The 30-year-old has made 50 appearances in the Eternal City, scoring 11 times, since joining from Espanyol in 2017.
"In the next few days he should renew his contract," Gianluca Di Marzio reports Inzaghi saying
Fiorentina bid for Liverpool's Duncan
Monaco offer fee for Milan midfielder
It is reported that the French side have put forward a bid of €23 million (£21m/$26m) but that has fallen short of Milan's €30 million (£27m/$33m) valuation of the player.
Monaco will need to act fast if they want to secure the Ivorian's signature before the closure of the window.
Zidane expecting Navas to stay
Taylor sweats on Celtic move
Aberdeen boss lift's lid on Mckenna future
The Scotland international has been subject to a host of interest this window as the 22-year-old looked to make the next move in his career.
McInnes said: "Scott was obviously keen to make that next step and look at a move. However, he understands and respects the club’s stance. It is important you respond to disappointment."
Van Dijk will double wages with new contract
The rock in The Red's defence will watch his wages jump from £125,000 per week to a massive £250,000.
The Dutchman has been a sensation since arriving in Merseyside and although he has a few years left on his contract, a revised deal looks likely.
Bayern will not buy Roca
It was rumoured that Bayern would use the money from the sale of Renato Sanches to purchase the Spanish Midfielder but the deal is said to be off the table.
Roca has a release clause of €40 million (£37m/$44m) that may now be activated by Real Madrid who have also shown an interest.
Juventus eye up move for Dembele
The French striker has caught the interest of Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici, with scouts sent to watch Dembele last weekend.
Lyon paid Celtic £20 million (€22m/$26m) last year for the goalscorer but Juventus would have to cough up double, or even triple that if they wanted to secure the deal.
Fenerbache want Boateng on loan
The Turkish side are set to pay two thirds of the 30-year-old's wages if the move was to go through.
Boateng has been at the club since 2011 but competition for a place in Bayern's starting eleven could result in the German international making a switch to Istanbul.
Demebele's attitude could effect Barca future
Sporting director Eric Abidal met with Dembele in an emergency meeting following his anger towards the player.
This is not the first time the Frenchman has came under scrutiny at the Camp Nou and strong words from Abidal show signs of concern surrounding the strikers future.
Monreal close to Sociedad move
The defender looks set complete the move in the coming days with an option of a third year extension.
Monreal has spent seven seasons in the Premier League and would provide Sociedad with the much needed experience they need.
Jordon Ibe opens up on Celtic speculation
He said: "That Celtic thing, I don’t know about that. Any speculation stuff I don’t get involved with."
The 23-year-old started only nine league games last season at Dean Court and is said to be a target for Celtic boss Neil Lennon.
Neymar begins rebuilding PSG bridges
The strained relationship between Neymar and PSG appears to be improving, according to l'Equipe, with the striker returning to full training and joking with his team-mates.
The Brazilian has been at the forefront of transfer speculation this summer but now seems to have put aside differences with club director Leonardo.
Leeds concern over Tottenham strikers loan deal
EFL rules allow five loanees in a match-day squad but Clarke is yet to gain any first team minutes for United.
The rising star may well be recalled in the winter window if he fails to have an impact under Marcelo Bielsa at Elland Road.
Llorente on hold as Icardi given 48-hour ultimatum
The Italian side have given the Argentine 48 hours to decide his future after Llorente agreed terms amidst interest from Fiorentina.
Icardi has been Napoli's target all summer but earlier explained he would only leave Inter for Juventus. With no deal concluded with the Italian champions, the striker risks being frozen out until January when the transfer window reopens.
Plymouth land Rangers striker on loan
The Scotland under-23 international made the move to Home Park and has goals on his mind.
He said: "I’m not coming down here to just sit on a bench or not be involved in the team. I’ve got to try get in the team and try and score goals."
Celtic receive bids for Scotland international
The 6ft 3" Scotland international has fell down the pecking order at Celtic Park and could be subject to a loan move or permanent deal.
The Scottish champions are ready to offload the 24-year-old as he has fallen out of favour under current boss Neil Lennon.
Everton youngster set for Belgium move
Any deal that would go through would be on a temporary basis as the Scotsman held talks with the Jupiler Pro side this week.
Hornby helped the Everton U23s to a championship winning season last term scoring six goals as the Toffees lifted the Premier League 2 title.
Real Madrid make move for Everton man
The 36-year-old would be a replacement for Keylor Navas who looks to be moving to PSG.
Stekelenburg would not be Madrid's first choice to replace Navas but he is being regarded as another option if they fail to secure the services ex Liverpool number one, Pepe Reina.
Maddison considers switching national allegiance
The 22-year-old has impressed this term and Ireland boss Mick McCarthy has been made aware of his eligibility through a grandparent.
Championship duo chasing Scottish Winger
Celtic target Tierney replacement as Taylor misses training
Taylor would be an ideal replacement for Tierney as the £3 million ($3.7m) deal looks likely to go through, following a failed bid from German side Nurnberg earlier in this window.
Norwegian club signs Messi, wants Ronaldo next
Norwegian third-division side IK Junkeren have signed Lionel Messi - a 16-year-old footballer that's recently changed his name to that of his idol.
The club have also joked that they'd like to add a Ronaldo as well.
Silva joins Monaco on loan
🔴⚪️ L’AS Monaco est heureux d’annoncer l’arrivée d’Adrien Silva en provenance de Leicester. Le milieu de terrain portugais 🇵🇹 est prêté jusqu’à la fin de la saison. Bon retour parmi nous @adrien_silva23 !— AS Monaco 🇲🇨 (@AS_Monaco) August 23, 2019
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The Portuguese midfielder spent the second half of last season on loan with the Ligue 1 side and has now made a return for the current campaign.
PSG working on Dybala's image rights
Ligue 1 giants want to land Argentine this summerFrench giants Paris Saint-Germain are working on solving the image rights issues to land Paulo Dybala.
Larsson leaves Helsingborgs over 'verbal abuse'
Henrik Larsson has left his role as manager of Helsingborgs over "verbal abuse", the Swedish club announced on Friday.
A club statement confirmed Larsson, 47, opted to quit due to the ferocity of the criticism he has received.
Eriksen situation hurting Spurs - Pochettino
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has said Christian Eriksen’s on-going uncertainty is detrimental to the player and the club and hopes everyone involved can make “the best decision” regarding his future.
The midfielder reportedly wants a move to Real Madrid, though the Spanish giants have not come in for him this summer.
“It’s not the best situation for him [Eriksen] and for everyone,” Pochettino said. “It is not what I think the club or the player expected [it] to be."
Mohamed a candidate for Toluca
With Toluca already making front office changes this season, a potential switch in the manager's box could come as well.
Pochettino to Wanyama: Spurs not a charity
Mauricio Pochettino has said Tottenham midfielder Victor Wanyama “went backwards” during his time with Spurs, adding the club is not a “charity” in regards to playing time.
Wanyama had been a featured player at the base of the midfield for Pochettino during his time at Southampton and the Argentine brought the Kenyainternational to Spurs in a £12.3 million ($15.2m) move back in 2016.
Wanyama is rumoured to be on his way out before the European transfer window closes on September 2, with a £10m move to Club Brugge mooted.
Oriol Busquets on Twente's radar
Udinese and Utrecht were previously understood to be keen on the 20-year-old, but a deal with Twente are now understood to be close to completion.
Bury on the brink of being saved
A BBC Radio Manchester journalist has claimed an 11th-hour bid to save Bury is on the table and that the League One club are on the verge of being sold.
Mike Minay claims the company behind the deal in principle is CNN Sport Risk, headed by Henry Newman and Rory Campbell.
Any deal, however, would need to be granted an English Football League extension to the current deadline.
The company that has agreed a deal in principle to buy #BuryFC is CNN Sport risk.— Mike Minay (@MikeMinay) August 23, 2019
Headed by Henry Newman and Rory Campbell.
Deal needs EFL extension to deadline.
I’ve contacted EFL and asked for their comment.
Jovic and Navas form part of new Neymar bid
Real Madrid up the stakes in race to sign Brazilian
In addition to Jovic and Navas, Real Madrid will offer PSG €120 million (£110m/$135m) for their star man.
Man Utd won’t sign replacement if Sanchez departs
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed Manchester United are not planning to replace Alexis Sanchez should the attacker depart the club before the end of the European transfer window.
Sanchez has been considered a disappointment for United since his arrival from Arsenal in January 2018 in a swap deal for Henrikh Mkhitaryan.
He would be the second United player to exit for Inter this window after Romelu Lukaku but, despite two attacking player exits, Solskjaer said: “We are not looking at any more signings.”
£11m per goal! Is Alexis Sanchez the most expensive mistake in Manchester United's history? 😳@ameeruszkai breaks down the incredible figures that are putting off Inter and others 🤑https://t.co/35wr5RU0bA— Goal News (@GoalNews) August 23, 2019