Leeds target Dinamo midfielder Majer
Leeds may try to compete with those clubs for Majer in January, despite the fact he still has three years to run on his current contract at Dinamo.
Lazio sell Angolan defender Bastos to Al-Ain
Man City tracking Villarreal defender Torres
Pep Guardiola may look to bring in the 23-year-old to complete his defence in January, having signed Nathan Ake and Ruben Dias from Bournemouth and Benfica respectively over the summer.
Barca tried to loan out Fernandes in summer window
Ronald Koeman seems to have no place for the 22-year-old in his squad, and has promoted several Barca B players to the senior squad ahead of him.
Fernandes was earmarked for a temporary move away from Camp Nou before the start of the new season, but a final deal never came to fruition.
Burnley set sights on ex-Liverpool striker Borini
The Italian has been a free agent since leaving Hellas Verona at the end of the 2019-20 campaign.
Watford and Swansea are also interested in Borini, but Burnley can offer him the chance to return to the Premier League.
Madrid consider recalling Ceballos early
The Spanish midfielder has just started the second year of his loan spell at Emirates Stadium, but the Blancos may bring him back to Santiago Bernabeu in January.
Madrid have started the season poorly and might look to Ceballos in the new year as they try to find low-cost solutions to strengthen the squad.
Besic hoping for Everton exit
Muhamed Besic is hoping to have found a new club by the time the January transfer window opens, according to the Liverpool Echo.
The 28-year-old, who has been linked with Rangers, was not named in the Toffees' final 25-man Premier League squad.
Aaronson reveals love of Liverpool
'Koulibaly is happy at Napoli, he always said so'
Napoli sporting director Cristiano Giuntoli says star defender Kalidou Koulibaly has always made clear he is happy at the club.
He said: "Koulibaly is happyhere , he always said he would've stayed with no problems or difficulties and that is what he did."
Yaya Toure snub explained by Brest chief
Liverpool sent ‘premium’ warning amid Koulibaly & White talk
Liverpool need to be signing another leader at the back if they decide to find cover for Virgil van Dijk in the January transfer window, says Neil Mellor, although said qualities will not come cheap.
The Reds opted against bolstering their centre-half options over the summer, despite offloading the experienced Dejan Lovren to Zenit.
Jurgen Klopp decided to make do, but has seen his worst fears realised after Van Dijk suffered knee ligament damage in a dramatic Merseyside derby date with Everton.
Read the full story on Goal.
Mensah signs new contract at Columbus Crew
Juve interested in Sporting teenager Fernandes
Juventus are also considering a swoop for Fernandes when the transfer window reopens in January.
Arsenal eager to re-sign Maylen
The 21-year-old winger made his way through the Gunners youth ranks before joining PSV in 2017.
Arsenal would like to bring him back to Emirates Stadium, but Juventus are also interested in his services.
Reguilon: Deciding to move to Spurs was simple
He told Sky Sports: "There was a broad market but as soon as I heard of Tottenham's interest, it was simple.
"It was a big deal to leave my country, my league and my family, but it has worked out well.
"Since I arrived here, the truth is the club has surprised me in a very good way. The training facilities, my team-mates, everything. The stadium is insane. I have really enjoyed it so far."
Parker adamant Seri can still have Fulham future
Scott Parker has claimed that Jean Michael Seri could still have a future at Fulham despite leaving him out of his 25-man Premier League squad.
The Ivory Coast international was the club's record signing following his switch from Nice back in 2018 although struggled to make an impact with the Cottagers and spent the 2019-20 season on loan at Galatasaray.
He has now been left out of Parker's 25-man squad and is therefore unable to feature in England's top flight for now, although the Fulham boss insists he's not "dead and buried" at the club despite the omission.
Guardiola looking to 'seduce' Garcia amid Barca interest
Brighton to demand £50m for Liverpool-linked White
Reds would have to spend big to land centre-back
The Reds are apparently in the market for a centre-back following Virgil van Dijk's ACL injury and were reportedly keen on a deal for White in the summer.
It's unlikely Jurgen Klopp's side will pursue a move for the former Leeds United loan star in January, however, with the German looking to add a more experienced defender to his ranks.
Leicester looking into Thauvin deal
Everton reveal what they paid for £80m-rated Calvert-Lewin
Dominic Calvert-Lewin sparked talk of interest from Manchester United over the summer, with reports of £80 million ($105m) price tags doing the rounds , and David Unsworth has revealed that Everton snapped the in-form striker up for “a lot less” than £1.5m in August 2016.
Unsworth told Sky Sports: "I can assure you it was nowhere near the amount of money that people bandied about! I won't say the exact fee but it was a lot less than what you just quoted."
Welbeck rejected £140k-a-week deal in Turkey
Man Utd join Bayern in battle for Zakaria
Chelsea open to letting Kepa out on loan
Tottenham to terminate Rose's contract
Burnley youngster completes Bristol move
Ibra set for Milan renewal
The Italian paper claims the Swede could put pen to paper on a deal that will see him bound to San Siro until after his 40th birthday.
The report adds that an agreement from Ibrahimovic would also open the door for Gianluigi Donnarumma to sign an extension.
Sarri's shadow looming over Iachini
Now three matches without a win, Iachini finds himself under increased pressure to deliver results.
Drogba 'on his way' back to Chelsea
Rice to land lucrative new contract
Allegri lined up to replace Lampard
Spurs keen to cut Fernandes loan short
Blades still keen on Swift
Will Blancos legend get his wish?
Guti's transfer advice for Real Madrid
La Liga champions Madrid have been heavily linked with a blockbuster move for PSG star Mbappe, who is out of contract in Paris at the end of the 2021-22 season.
Neymar, who swapped Barcelona for PSG in a world-record €222 million deal in 2017, has previously been linked with Madrid.
Adelaide United sign Grove
Juventus & PSG circling for Ramos
The Spaniard could leave for free at season's end
The defender's current contract with Real Madrid expires next year leaving the door open for other clubs to potentially lure him away for next season.
Ramos is reportedly keen to remain where he is but a big offer from Juventus or PSG could well throw a spanner in the works.
European clubs circling for Rapids' Bassett
Fitzgerald seals India move
Ozil believes Arsenal exile linked to China
Barca split over pay cuts
Gerard Pique, Clement Lenglet, Frenkie de Jong and Marc-Andre ter Stegen all recently re-signed with the club on reduced wages.
That decision has angered other Barca players however who were hoping to avoid the club enforcing salary cuts.
Gerrard eyeing re-signings at Rangers
Rangers manager Steven Gerrard admits there are a dozen players he's thinking about re-signing at the club.
“I can name probably a dozen players that, in the back of my mind, I am certainly thinking about in terms of extensions and different contracts. I don’t think there is any rush at the moment, there is nobody whose time is running out that we are desperate to chase to put pen-to-paper," Gerrard was quoted by The Scotsman.
“I think the message to all the players is to win football games and reward the club come the end of the season, and we will certainly look after those individuals.”
Man Utd unhappy with Greenwood's punctuality
The rising Red Devils star needs to work on things off the pitch
Greenwood was not included in the Red Devils' recent squad for their Champions League clash against Paris Saint-Germain and it's claimed the club are eager to address the teenager's problems with time management.
Maitland-Niles reveals how Arteta convinced him to stay at Arsenal
Ainsley Maitland-Niles says Mikel Arteta convinced him to stay at Arsenal after making him realise he was not yet showing his full potential.
The 23-year-old was the subject of intense transfer speculation throughout the summer, with Wolves submitting an offer in excess of £20 million ($26m) for the Arsenal academy product.
Arteta was always adamant he wanted Maitland-Niles to stay, however, and pointed to the fact that he started him in both the FA Cup semi-final and final as an example of his faith in the youngster - but that did not stop the speculation and for a time it looked like a move to Wolves was a real possibility.