Porto & Benfica in battle for Vergara
Mauricio Pereyra signs Orlando extension
Zidane refuses to resign despite latest Real Madrid upset
The result completed a shocking double for the Ukranians over Zidane's side, with Shakhtar also defeating Madrid 3-2 in October's corresponding fixture.
Zidane is feeling the pressure after an indifferent start to the season, with Madrid now having lost three of their last five matches.
The Frenchman, however, has insisted that he will not be stepping down.
Feyenoord coach Advocaat announces retirement
Dick Advocaat will retire at the end of the season.
The Feyenoord manager confirmed that this is his final season in football. He has announced his retirement before, but this time he means it.
"I know I've said that before, but this time you can keep me to it," the 73-year-old said. "The coming months will really be my last as a club trainer. After a long and wonderful career, Feyenoord is a great club to close with."
Ex-Man Utd defender McNair extends Boro deal
Man Utd, Tottenham and Chelsea watching White
White has been impressive with the Seagulls this season in his first taste of Premier League football, after starring on loan in the Championship with Leeds last season.
Leeds attempted to sign White permanently this summer but the 23-year-old opted to sign a four-year deal with Brighton.
Vanney steps down as Toronto FC head coach
Greg Vanney has stepped down as Toronto FC head coach and technical director after seven seasons.
Vanney is the most successful head coach in franchise history, taking TFC to three MLS Cups while winning one, in addition to the Supporters' Shield in 2017 and three Canadian Championships (2016, 2017, 2018).
Trophies. Memories. Unprecedented new heights.— Toronto FC (@TorontoFC) December 1, 2020
Thank you for bringing so much to this city & club, Greg pic.twitter.com/1G3wrPrBcz
Impact sign Canada international Bassong
De retour chez lui! 👋— Impact de Montréal (@impactmontreal) December 1, 2020
📰 L'Impact a acquis le défenseur latéral québécois et international canadien Zorhan Bassong >>> https://t.co/r1qWuap3jW
📰 🇨🇦 international full-back Zorhan Bassong joins Impact >>> https://t.co/3IrAFxZG39#CanMNT | #IMFC pic.twitter.com/33FKGeACza
Orlando City sign Antonio Carlos in permanent deal
Napoli and Roma target Nandez
Lampard backs Terry for Derby job
Frank Lampard believes John Terry could be the ideal man to lift Derby County from the doldrums.
Although Wayne Rooney is in interim charge at Pride Park, there is no guarantee the former Manchester United striker will become permanent manager of the Championship club.
Now 39-year-old Terry, who is assistant manager at Aston Villa, is being linked with the job and his former Chelsea team-mate believes he would be a good fit.
Arsenal stall on Buendia bid
AC Milan join Premier League clubs in Kamara race
Everton eye up Umtiti
Tagliafico will be available in January
Juve plotting double Chelsea swoop
Terry a leading contender for Derby
Onana dreaming of Premier League move
Liverpool see Schurrs price tag set
Barcelona keeping tabs on Rudiger
The Spanish giants will look to bring in the German defender if they fail to sign Eric Garica from Manchester City in January.
Rudiger, who has less than two years remaining on his current contract, has been restricted to just one Premier League appearance for Chelsea this term.
Rennes cut Camavinga asking price to €50m
Rennes are bracing themselves for a bidding war next summer after resigning themselves to losing Camavinga before the end of his contract in 2022.
Ancelotti hoping to lure Umtiti to Everton
The Spanish giants are happy to enter in talks with the Premier League outfit over the 27-year-old's sale as they bid to reduce their wage bill.
Umtiti has fallen out of favour at Barca since Ronald Koeman's arrival as head coach in August.
Man Utd & Chelsea vying for Zakaria
United are looking at the midfielder as a potential long-term replacement for Nemanja Matic, who turns 33 next year.
Chelsea, meanwhile, want to bring in Zakaria to bolster their options in the middle of the park heading into the second half of the season.
Tottenham target Sassuolo centre-back Ferrari
Jose Mourinho sees the 28-year-old as a potential left-footed replacement for Jan Vertonghen, who left Spurs at the end of his contract in the summer.
Ferrari has played in all nine of Sassuolo's Serie A matches at the start of the 2020-21 campaign.
Ex-President Calderon wants Mbappe at Madrid
Mbappe will enter the final year of his contract at the end of the current campaign and could be available at a relatively affordable price should PSG be willing to sell and a new deal not be agreed.
The 21-year-old has been on Madrid's radar since his breakthrough at Monaco aged 16 and he continues to be linked with them as they aim to fill the hole left by Cristiano Ronaldo's departure to Juventus in 2018.
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‘Chelsea don’t have to let Giroud go in January’
Olivier Giroud may be forced to honour his contract at Chelsea, says Joe Cole, with the World Cup-winning striker a “massively important” option for Frank Lampard to have on the bench.
Former Blues star Cole told talkSPORT: "Frank would love to keep him and Chelsea are in a position where if they don’t want him to go he doesn’t have to go as he signed a contract."
Mustafi and Rudiger remain options for Barca
Liga giants could raid Arsenal or Chelsea
The Liga giants are, however, aware that they may not be able to return the Catalan native to his roots until the summer of 2021 - when his contract at the Etihad Stadium expires.
Newcastle lining up Tomori loan
Chelsea remain the frontrunners for Alaba
Tottenham not interested in re-signing Eriksen
The Danish midfielder has been tipped to retrace his steps after struggling to establish himself in Antonio Conte's Inter side since moving to San Siro from Spurs in January.
However, Jose Mourinho has ruled out the possibility of bringing Eriksen back to north London amid strong competition for places in his current midfield.
Man City close in on Sarmiento
The 17-year-old will remain at Jorge Luis Hischi Stadium until next summer before completing a move to Etihad Stadium.
Sarmiento has already represented Argentina at U17 level, and has been compared to Lionel Messi due to his similar style of play.
Lyon eager to sign Zurich winger Aiyegun
The French club are hoping to bring in a few long-term signings next year, with the 22-year-old among those being considered.
Aiyegun has scored once in five Swiss Super League appearances for Zurich this term, and still has four years left to run on his current contract.
Man City keeping tabs on Bogarde
The German outfit will have to negotiate a fee for the 18-year-old in January to avoid losing him for nothing next summer.
Man Utd eye move for Eriksen
Red Devils keen on Inter flop
Todibo to return to Barca in January?
Nacho happy at Madrid
Nacho Fernandez has insisted he is happy at Real Madrid and has no desire to move on.
The defender says he would like more game time, but is content to be playing for Real.
“Every summer offers come in, but I’m happy here. I would like to play more, but I dreamed of playing for this team,” he said, according to Marca.
De Paul won't demand to leave Udinese
Rodrigo de Paul has insisted he will never ask to leave Udinese.
The Argentina midfielder's performances have caught the eye and there is talk of a transfer, but the player has insisted it will have to be instigated by the club.
“I will never ask Udinese to sell me or start slamming the door,” he told SportItalia.
Real need transfer boost - McManaman
Villas-Boas braced for Kamara exit
Marseille manager Andre Villas-Boas feels it is only a matter of time before Boubacar Kamara leaves the club.
The midfielder has been linked with moves to Serie A and the Premier League, adn Villas-Boas is preparing for his exit.“ I do not hope for it, but the time will come when Bouba has big European clubs on him, big championships,” he told L’Equipe.
Musonda made mistake joining Chelsea
Musonda joined the Blues as a teenager in 2012 from Anderlcht, but has not made the breakthrough - being farmed out on loan to various clubs.
Kindermans told Le Capitale that had he remained at Anderlecht, he would now be starring on the world stage.
Mbappe out of reach for Real
Mbappe has been a top priority for Real for some time, but the coronavirus pandemic has led to major losses at the club and reality is setting in that a deal for the France international cannot be financed.
Willems back on Newcastle's radar
Willems was on loan at Newcastle last term and proved a popular figure, but returned to parent club Eintracht Frankfurt following an injury.
He is now fit again and the Magpies may make a bid in the January window.
Giroud could stay at Chelsea
Giroud has spoken about wanting more regular playing time, and is being linked with a January exit, but it is being suggested that the club could still persuade the France international to remain at Stamford Bridge as his family are settled in the area.