Atletico deny Hernandez to Bayern reports
Hernandez, 22, is regarded as one of the best young left-backs currently active in European football, displacing Filipe Luis to take a regular spot in the Atletico starting line-up.
PSG chief blasts Rabiot and Barca over 'ridiculous' bid
Paris Saint-Germain sporting director Antero Henrique has hit back at Adrien Rabiot's agent, stating that the player and Barcelona tried to strong-arm the club into an unsatisfactory sale over the summer.
Rabiot, who is out of contract at the end of the 2018-19 season, has been banished from the PSG ranks after making clear his intention to leave the club.
Transfer demands sealed Mourinho's Man Utd fate
Mourinho was removed from his charge on Tuesday, in the middle of his third season at Old Trafford.
But reports suggest that tensions were already strained by his transfer demands, including an ultimatum that the club needed a new defender just a week before the end of August's transfer window.
West Ham in talks over Gabigol
Barbosa is currently on loan at Santos, where he has rediscovered his form by scoring 18 goals in 35 league matches.
Several Premier League teams are interested in the striker, but the Hammers appear to have taken the lead in the race for the 22-year-old's signature.
Rabiot's mother confirms PSG exit
Adrien Rabiot's mother and agent has confirmed that her son will be departing PSG imminently.
Rabiot's contract expires at the end of the current campaign, and he has yet to agree terms on a new deal.
Conte interested in Man Utd job
Though he is currently taking a break from management, the 48-year-old is said to be eyeing a return to the sideline next season.
Bayern set to sign €80m Hernandez
The World Cup winner is heading for the Bundesliga
The 22-year-old will sign a contract with Bayern through the 2022-23 season.
Chelsea to miss out on Rugani
Mourinho issues statement after sacking
Jose Mourinho has released a statement in the aftermath of his Manchester United departure, praising the people around the club while asking the media to give him space until his return to football.
Mourinho was dismissed by the club on Tuesday, ending his Red Devils tenure halfway through his third year in charge.
The Portuguese manager was stopped by reporters earlier on Wednesday, saying that he and the club will survive without the other after his dismissal.
Hernan Crespo returns to coaching with Banfield
Juventus and Man City vie for €100m Isco
The playmaker would set either of the Champions League hopefuls back €100 million (£90m/$114m), a figure that could cause problems for Manchester City due to a possible conflict with Financial Fair Play rules.
Milan turn their attention to Kouame
Genoa value the 21-year-old at €35m ($40m/£32m), but the Rossoneri are hoping to negotiate a reduced fee to fall in line with financial fair play regulations.
Kouame has been ever-present for Genoa in Serie A this season, contributing three goals and three assists.
Man City and Spurs monitoring Milan youngster Bellanova
The 18-year-old has held talks with the Rossoneri over an extension, but the two parties are reportedly a long way away from negotiating a deal, which could open the door for potential suitors to swoop in.
Atletico Madrid may swoop for Yerry Mina in 2019
The Colombian moved to Goodison Park from Barcelona during the summer for a £27m ($34m) fee and has featured in seven Premier League matches during the first half of the season.
Toffees boss Marco Silva would surely be reluctant to lose Mina in 2019, but Everton's resolve may be tested as Atletico line up a bid for his services next summer.
Arsenal interested in Legia Warsaw GK Majecki
Arsenal want to secure his services permanently but are hoping to send the 18-year-old back to the Polish outfit on loan for the remainder of the current season.
Majecki would then be able to join up with his teammates at Emirates Stadium next summer and compete for a starting spot alongside Bernd Leno and Petr Cech.
Parma chasing former player Chibsah
Messi blocks Barca plans for Pepe
The Portuguese international is out of contract after being released by Besiktas, with the Turkish club currently offloading players due to its financial situation.
However, Messi has apparently obstructed any move for the 35-year-old on the basis of his age and his former allegiance to the Catalan club’s major La Liga rivals.
Barcelona turned down Quintero in summer window
The South Americans were having financial difficulties during the summer and hoped to offload the Colombian in order to raise funds, but Barca ultimately rejected the chance to sign him.
Quintero recently helped River Plate lift the 2018 Copa Libertadores, scoring in the final against Boca Juniors and has been linked with a move to Europe regularly this year.
Barcelona close in on loan deal for Murillo
Samuel Umtiti and Thomas Vermaelen are both out until next year with injuries, which leaves Clement Lenglet and Gerard Pique standing as the club's only fully fit centre-backs.
Real Madrid set to target Jadon Sancho
The Madrid chief is hopeful that a €70m (£63m, $80m) offer will be enough to lure the Englishman to the Santiago Bernabeu next year.
Sancho, 18, has been a revelation for Dortmund this season, contributing five goals and seven assists in 16 Bundesliga appearances.
Bayern Munich emerge as favourites to sign Under
The 21-year-old is also the subject of interest from Tottenham, Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United, but a source close to the player has indicated that Germany is his most likely destination.
Madrid get green light to sign Palacios after River CWC exit
The Argentinian outfit were dumped out by underdogs Al-Ain on penalties, meaning that River will fall short of reaching the final.
Though they will still have to content the third-place play-off, their effective elimination from any chance of silverware means that Madrid will be able to finalise their deal with the 20-year-old imminently as opposed to being forced to wait until the new year.
Money issues for Barca in De Jong/De Ligt pursuit
However, De Ligt’s agent is believed to be asking for a weekly salary in line with Barcelona’s biggest stars, which the club are thought to be unwilling to match.
Perez considering Mourinho Madrid return
Current Madrid boss Santiago Solari signed a permanent deal only last month after taking charge as caretaker following Julen Lopetegui’s departure in October, but Perez believes that Mourinho is the right individual to help Los Blancos contend once again following Zinedine Zidane’s exit earlier this year.
Barcelona to try to get Rabiot in January
The France international, a treble winner with PSG in 2016, sees his deal expire next summer and looks set to depart the club where he made his name for pastures new.
La Liga holders Barcelona, who previously attempted to sign Rabiot, will look to secure him in January, but are also believed to be willing to be pulled into a bidding war if other major suitors emerge.
Howe coy on January business
Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe says that he will look at the January transfer window for potential options, but stressed that there would be no impulse buys for the club, reports the Bournemouth Echo.
The Cherries have enjoyed a fine campaign so far in the Premier League but have been rocked by injuries throughout, leaving their squad looking relatively slim.
Howe admitted that he would be only tempted by a transfer if he could find something to improve his side though, stating: “We are having a look but there is no guarantee that we are going to find better than we have.”
Martinez could skip third-place match ahead of transfer
The Argentinian star has been linked with a move to the MLS champions and has already confirmed that he will be leaving the club this winter.
And, with River's loss to Al Ain in penalty kicks on Tuesday, the midfielder may have played his final match for the club.
Chelsea set for Isco bid
Chelsea are set to table a bid for Isco, who could move as soon as the first week in January.
Maurizio Sarri sees Isco as the perfect compliment to Eden Hazard and will push to sign the midfielder in January.
Sporting KC add Rowe, Revs acquire Castillo as part of three-team trade
The club announced that it had added Rowe, $100,000 in Targeted Allocation Money and $200,000 in General Allocation Money from the Rapids in exchange for Diego Rubio.
Meanwhile, the Rapids sent Edgar Castillo to the Revs to originally acquire Rowe's rights to kickstart the three-team swap.
Lainez 'almost certain' to leave Club America
Diego Lainez has been linked with Ajax in recent days, butClub America's sporting director says its not the only offer on the table.
Lainez is "almost certain" to leave the club in January in the aftermath of the team's recent championship, although it remains to be seen where he ends up.
Mourinho learned of plan to move for Costa hours before dismissal
The manager learned that the club is ready to make a move for the Juventus star in January while also making a push to sign the much-discussed defensive star that Mourinho coveted.
It appears Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be the one to reap the rewards of a busy January as the club prepares for life after Mourinho.
Man Utd make first move to land £40m Pochettino
The Argentine has emerged as the club's top priority
Pochettino has long been a target of the club, but United's pursuit of the Argentine became more serious on Tuesday after the sacking of Jose Mourinho.
United will have to pay big to land their man ahead of next season however, with Pochettino expected to cost up to £40 million ($51m).
Spurs will target Howe if Pochettino leaves
Spurs would prefer Pochettino to stay but have begun making contingency plans should a move to Manchester or Madrid prove too difficult to turn down.
PSG will look to sell Rabiot in January
The club's sporting director Antero Henrique has said the 23-year-old informed the club he will not sign a new contract and will leave for free in the summer.
But PSG will look to avoid that situation, and instead cash in on the France international while he still has six months left on his contract.
Filipe Luis preparing for Atletico Madrid farewell
The Brazilian's contract is entering its final six months, and with his injury history and the development of Lucas Hernandez, he appears set for a departure.
The 33-year-old has been with Atletico since 2010, with the exception of a one-year stint at Chelsea in 2014-15.
Everton looking to sell Niasse in January
Niasse has made just four Premier League appearances for Everton this season, all of which came off the bench.