Perisic keen on Premier League switch
The report claims that he is dissatisfied in Serie A and could be in line for a 'dream' transfer to the English top flight.
United star turned down Liverpool, Arsenal and City
The centre-back was managed by Allardyce when he came through the ranks at Blackburn Rovers.
The former England boss says Jones has 'dissapointed' at United and feels he should have had a more succesful career.
“Certainly injuries have hampered him a huge amount, but he should have gone a lot further," Allardyce claimed.
Suarez in line for Barca exit
The report claims that midfielder Suarez is disappointed with manager Ernesto Valverde having been promised a lot of game time at Camp Nou this season.
West Ham eye Drinkwater swoop
Former Leciester City midfielder Drinkwater has fallen out of favour since Maurizio Sarri's arrival at Stamford Bridge and is free to leave the club.
His wages mean that the Blues could have trouble moving him on, but it's reported that West Ham could be set to make a bid for the England midfielder.
Getafe look at Leeds United's Saiz
Leeds, who are second in the Championship, had wanted to open contract talks with Saiz but such a move is now in doubt with Getafe entering the picture.
Benitez will not allow Newcastle departures without additions
Rafa Benitez is not prepared to allow Newcastle players to leave this January without first securing additions, according to the Northern Echo.
There is interest in multiple players, including Ciaran Clark and Karl Darlow, but the belief is Newcastle are not strong enough to cope with departures without new players joining the club.
Owner Mike Ashley will have to permit new additions while engaged in takeover talks with multiple parties, something that is not certain to happen.
Gabbiadini could return to Italy
Southampton striker Manolo Gabbiadini is being linked with a move back to his homeland.
The 27-year-old, who signed for the Saints in 2017, has endured a tough first half of the season and has fallen behind the likes of Charlie Austin and Danny Ings in the pecking order.
The former Juventus attacker spent a year with Bologna in 2012/13 and scored seven goals for the club.
Puel hints at January changes
Leicester City manager Claude Puel has admitted he may use the upcoming January transfer window to trim his squad.
As reported by Sky Sports News, Puel claimed: “Perhaps the transfer window in January is a good opportunity to reduce a little the size of the squad.
“We know, when we have more than 30 players, it's difficult to keep all the intensity and motivation for the players.
"I think for them, for us, it's a good thing to find a good balance in the squad and we will see in time, after some discussions with some players, we will see the desire from them,” he added.
Arsenal Tracking United defender
The Ivory Coast international has fallen out of favourite at Old Trafford, with Jose Mourinho even opting and times to select midfielders Scott McTominay and Nemanja Matic in defence.
Inter's financial woes could see Skriniar sacrificed
The Nerazzurri must raise €50m ($57m/£45m) to avoid any sanctions and the Slovakian's sale could more than cover that sum.
Costa out - Falcao in: Atletico plan January changes
The Colombian, who played for the Spanish giants between 2011 and 2013, has already expressed his desire to return.
Solari will allow Navas to leave Real Madrid
The Costa Rican lost his spot in the starting XI this year after the arrival of Thibaut Courtois from Chelsea.
Solari is adamant that Courtois will only be benched during the Copa Del Rey and Navas is thusly hoping to secure regular playing time in new surroundings.
PSV want Robben to return next season
The Dutchman is set to leave the Allianz Arena next summer and PSV boss Marc Van Bommel is hoping to secure his services thereafter - according to ED.
Robben played for the Eredivisie giants between 2002 and 2004, before landing a move to the Premier League with Chelsea.
Smith Rowe shunned Barca interest
The exciting 18-year-old midfielder was monitored by those at Camp Nou while making his way through the Gunners' famed academy system.
Benkovic wants Celtic stay
Filip Benkovic is hoping to see out the season on loan at Celtic, rather than be taken back to the Premier League by parent club Leicester during the winter window.
The Croatian defender told the Hoop's official website: "Leicester can bring me back in January but my wish is to stay at Celtic all season.
"I came here to get trophies, to be part of it, and to help the team. The least I can do is give everything I have on the pitch."
Milan looking to beat Man City to Weigl
'Loftus-Cheek loan makes no sense'
Ruben Loftus-Cheek has no need to leave Chelsea, says Dennis Wise, with a loan switch no longer making sense for a man who has played his way into favour under Maurizio Sarri.
The Blues legend told the Evening Standard: "I'll pick Crystal Palace just because he went there on loan. Why would you want to go there on loan, to a team where you'll play a lot of games but you'll be in a battle down the bottom when you can play in a team full of top international players, fighting to win trophies and trying to get in the Champions League?"
Real Madrid to rekindle Icardi interest
Zabaleta not ready to retire
He has told Sky Sports: "If I can go for another few years I do will 100 per cent because I've got so much love for football."
Tottenham to battle for Andre Gomes
Arsenal considering Cahill approach
Gunners boss Unai Emery has seen Rob Holding suffer a season-ending injury and is looking for a short-term solution to help provide defensive cover.
Koulibaly is Mourinho's top target
United missed out on a number of centre-backs last summer, including Harry Maguire and Jerome Boateng, leading Mouinho to lash out at chief executive Ed Woodward.
Since then, the Napoli defender has been tipped as the man to end United's search.
Newcastle eye Eredivisie star Doan
Doan plays for Eredivisie side Groningen currently, where he has scored four times and notched two assists so far this term.
The Magpies' spending has been restricted in recent months due to the uncertainty surrounding Mike Ashley's ownership of the club.
Real Madrid will sign Palacios after Club World Cup
Arsenal and Newcastle must pay £30m for Almiron
Bayern Munich target Thorgan Hazard
According to Bild via Belgian journalist Kristof Terreur, the 25-year-old's current contract is due to expire in 2020 and although Monchengladbach are hopeful of tying him down to an extension, Bayern are set to swoop for his signature next year.
Hazard has six goals and eight assists to his name from just 14 matches in the Bundesliga this season, which has helped his stock rise exponentially.
Barcelona and Real Betis agree January deal for Emerson
The 19-year-old old right-back has been the subject of interest from Barcelona for a while, but it now appears that he will join Real Betis permanently instead to receive regular first-team opportunities.
Betis have agreed to pay 75% of the player's rights, however, in a twist to the deal, Barcelona have offered to pay the final 25%, with the option to buy Emerson outright themselves in the next few years.
Spurs striker Llorente open to Bilbao switch
Tottenham centre-forward Fernando Llorente admits he would consider leaving the club to join Athletic Bilbao next year, as his current contract nears its expiration.
According to the Evening Standard, when asked about the potential La Liga switch, the Spaniard stated on Wednesday: "If I have the opportunity and they come to talk to me, probably, yes, is the truth."
The 33-year-old is struggling for regular playing time at Spurs and could leave on a free at the end of the season or for a cut-price fee in January.
Chelsea suffer Pulisic blow
According to Bild via Sport Witness, the Bundesliga leaders are reluctant to lose any of their players in January, as they bid for domestic and European success heading into the second half of the season.
A €70m (£63m/$80m) deal for Pulisic to arrive at Chelsea had been mooted recently, but it now looks as though the American will stay put until next summer.
Yaya Toure plots return to Premier League
The Ivorian star will be in London at the end of the week and believes he is still good enough to play in the English top flight.
Toure left Olympiakos on Tuesday after just three months in Greece, by mutual consent.
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Salihamidzic coy on De Jong and De Ligt
The German champions have been linked with a move for the pair, who they saw in action in Wednesday's thrilling 3-3 Champions League draw.
Barca and PSG explore Dembele-Neymar swap
The two stars could switch teams at the end of the season
PSG fear they may have to sell either Neymar or Kylian Mbappe at season's end in order to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations.
And Barca could be ready to take their former star back, and send the talented but problematic Dembele back to his home country to play for his former boss Thomas Tuchel.
FC Cincinnati to sign Tyton
Man Utd interested in Tavernier
United scouts have watched the 19-year-old in recent weeks as they look to sign prospects for the future.
Tavernier has scored three goals in 11 appearances for Boro this term, and has been invited to train with England's senior squad by Gareth Southgate.
Barcelona could make shock Morata move
The Catalans are in need of cover at striker
The Blaugrana are in dire need of cover at striker, as Luis Suarez is struggling with knee issues and Paco Alcacer is in Dortmund on loan.
Morata is seeking a way out at Chelsea after struggling to find his best form, and could be moved on loan to Barcelona with the La Liga side holding an option to buy.
Juventus ready to bring Pogba back with €80m bid
Italian champions to pounce in January
The French midfielder's future has been in doubt for months amid repeated spats with Jose Mourinho, sparking reports of a possible Juve return or a move to Barcelona.
According to Tuttosport, the Italian champions will try to bring him back to Turin with a big offer next month. If they fail to convince United to sell, they will turn their attention to Real Madrid midfielder Isco.
Fulham & Cardiff eye Hull star Bowen
The 21-year-old winger has been in fine form in the Championship this season and is said to be available for just £5 million, catching attention from the top flight.
And both Fulham and Cardiff are ready to enter the battle to sign him in January and see if he can help keep them up.
Zenit demand €35m for Paredes
But Calciomercato reports Zenit have warned Milan off with a big asking price, and they will have to decide if they want him or Cesc Fabregas.
Tottenham expect battle to keep Pochettino away from Real Madrid
Spurs anticipate summer interest in manager
The Champions League holders are monitoring the Argentine's progress and have long held an interest in giving him the job at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Although Santiago Solari has been given a contract to 2021 at Madrid, but Madrid could dump him for Pochettino if the Spurs boss wants to move to the capital.
Madrid are not the only team interested in Pochettino - Manchester United have also been linked several times and are said to want him to succeed Jose Mourinho.
Bailly & Cahill among Arsenal's top candidates
Although the Gunners are set to welcome Laurent Koscielny back from injury, they want to add another face to their options for the centre of defence.
Manchester United's Eric Bailly is seen as the most ambitious target, but they are also eyeing up Chelsea's Gary Cahill, who has been told he will have to find another club if he wants to play. Meanwhile, Fernando Calero of Real Valladolid is another possible signing for Unai Emery's team.