Besiktas eyeing Giroud
Son unmoved by Bayern rumours
The Bundesliga champions are reportedly looking to sign the Korea international, who played in Germany previously with Hamburg and Bayer Lekerkusen.
"I recently renewed my contract with Tottenham, and I believe I need to focus on here to do more for the team," Son told reporters on Saturday. "I'm happy at Tottenham."
Vecino rejected Atletico move
The Uruguayan was also subject of interest from Chelsea, who offered Davide Zappacosta as part of a swap deal.
But Venico preferred to stay with Inter and play Champions League football with the Nerazzurri.
Valverde not ready to consider extension
Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde says it is too early to discuss a contract extension, despite his deal being set to expire at the end of the season.
Icardi nears new contract with Inter
The Argentine has been subject of interest from Real Madrid and Man Utd among others
But Icardi is now on the verge of an extension that will see his annual salary rise from €4.5 million to €6m.
Ibrahimovic teases Sweden return with Malmo
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has admitted he could make a return to his boyhood club Malmo.
The 36-year-old only joined the LA Galaxy in March, but has hinted his stay in Major League Soccer may not be a long one.
Arsenal wanted to sign Dembele in January
Dembele attracted plenty of attention with his performances over two seasons for Celtic, scoring 25 league goals for the Hoops.
The Gunners believed they'd be able to make a move in January, but Lyon beat them to the punch by swooping for the 22-year-old in August.
Arsenal will sell Ozil if a good offer arrives - Nicholas
Former Arsenal striker Charlie Nicholas believes the Gunners will sell Mesut Ozil in January if a good offer arrives.
Ozil has been forced to deny reports of a breakdown in his relationship with manager Unai Emery amidst an indifferent start to the campaign.
Pep key in signing new deal - Aguero
Walker 'hurt' by disrespect claims
Walker swapped Spurs for City at the start of last season in a deal reportedly worth an initial £45 million, going on to win the Premier League and EFL Cup in his first campaign under Pep Guardiola.
But the England international, 28, was saddened after Pochettino wrote in his book that he had disrespected his Spurs team-mates by asking to leave towards the end of the 2016-17 season, which ended in a second-place finish.
Sir Alex returns to Old Trafford
Sir Alex Ferguson was at Old Trafford to watch Manchester United on Saturday for the first time since his health scare in May.
The 76-year-old was pictured arriving at the ground ahead of United's match against Wolves in the Premier League.
Ferguson has largely remained out of the public eye following a brain haemorrhage that required emergency surgery.
Walcott and Arsenal right to part - but he's still missed!
Barcelona's Pepe interest confirmed by Lille
No Cavani rift, says Tuchel
There is no problem between PSG boss Thomas Tuchel and striker Edinson Cavani, the German has said.
It was suggested that he could have been upset by this, yet the ex-Dortmund boss has played down the report.
Ronaldo taken by Juventus affection
However, the five-time Ballon d'Or winner has been taken by the way in which the club have launched such a stout defence of him.
Lenglet to be given Barca chance
The centre-back has seen few minutes since arriving at the club, but with a busy schedule ahead, he will have opportunities to impress Ernesto Valverde in the matches to come.
Malcom could also feature against Girona this weekend.
Rabiot to complete Barcelona move
He is out of contract at the end of the season and while there is a good deal of interest, Barca are confident they can fend off the other suitors - and PSG themselves - to tie down the France international.
Vinicius Junior to get his Real Madrid chance
Tielemans wants Juventus move
Benitez makes Newcastle demands
Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez will quit the club if the board does not match his ambition in the transfer window, The Mirror reports.
He called last season's finish in the top half of the table a "miracle" and feels he has not been given the backing to allow such an achievement to become possible again.
Kane contract has caused Spurs unrest
Tuchel barely speaks with PSG sporting director
Frustration has built at the club over the transfer market, specifcally the inability to find another midfielder, a Thiago Motta replacement, this summer despite being linked with many names.
It is unclear how much influence Tuchel, Henrique or PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaïfi wield in the club's transfer dealings at the moment.
Rabiot interested in joining City
Rabiot, who spent a brief time in City's academy as a youth, has contract with Paris Saint-Germain which expires in June 2019.
However, that means City are unwilling to bid for Rabiot in January, which means the midfielder would have to be willing to wait until the summer for his move.
Barca chase Genoa sharpshooter Piatek
Piatek is currently the top scorer in Serie A, having scored four goals in three games so far.
As well as attracting Barca's attention the 23-year-old has also earned comparisons to compatriot Robert Lewandowski for his prowess in front of the net.
Benitez ready to walk out on Newcastle
The manager, whose contract is up in June, has clashed on repeated occasions with the board, claiming he has not received the necessary transfer resources since taking the Magpies back into the Premier League.
Barcelona up the ante in Pogba chase
Catalans to scout World Cup winner in every game
Reportedly unsettled at Old Trafford and suffering an uneasy relationship with manager Jose Mourinho, Pogba has been the frequent subject of exit rumours.
Now Barca will look to take advantage by sending scouts to every single United game ahead of a potential deal that could be worth more than £100m ($130m).
Barca renew efforts to land Man United's Herrera
Herrera will be free to talk to European clubs in January as his contract comes to an end.
And Barca are keen to land the Spain international after failing to complete a transfer over the summer.
Man United lead charge to scrap transfer window changes
The decision to close the Premier League window on August 9 was criticised by some clubs, especially since it handed the advantage to overseas rivals who could reinforce their squads for a further three weeks.