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Dalian Yifang ready to offer €50m for Plea


Borussia Mönchengladbach's Alassane Plea might be subject to a €50 million (£44m/$57m) bid from China Super League club Dalian Yifang, according to SportBild.

A delegation led by Lincoln Zhang, CEO of Wanda Sports Group, which owns the Chinese club, was present at the club's Saturday match against Augsburg.

However, Plea's contract runs through 2023 and does not have a release clause, with Gladbach unwilling to sell the forward. 

Young offered one-year deal from Man Utd


Ashley Young has been offered a one-year contract by Manchester United, but the defender wants a longer term, according to the Daily Mail. 

The 33-year-old wants to remain with the club, with United hoping he stays, but the sticking point over contract length could allow Inter to pounce.

The Serie A side are monitoring the situation with hopes of landing Young on free transfer this summer.

PSG target Doucoure will stay at Watford - Gracia


Watford boss Javi Gracia says he expects Abdoulaye Doucoure to remain with the club despite recent interest from Paris Saint-Germain.

In need of more depth in the centre of the pitch, PSG have been linked with the 26-year-old Doucoure, who joined Watford from Stade Rennais in 2016 for £8 million (£10.5m) and was recognized as the club's player of the year last campaign.

While Gracia previously admitted that Doucoure could leave Watford, like Brazilian star Richarlison before him, the coach has changed his tune as the window moves towards its close.

Read the full story here on Goal!

Forest defender Fox to join Wigan


Nottingham Forest defender Danny Fox is set for a medical at Wigan ahead of a permanent move to the Championship side, according to Sky Sports.

Forest had wanted to keep Fox, and rejected an earlier Wigan approach for him, but the defender's contract was set to expire at the end of the season.

Fox joined Forest five years ago in January 2014 on a loan that became a permanent from Southampton.

Mexico international Reyes heads to Leganes


Fenerbahce have loaned Mexico international Diego Reyes to Leganes for the remainder of the season, the Turkish club have announced.

The 26-year-old Reyes, who signed with Fener this past summer, has made eight appearances in the Turkish top flight, with four starts.

It will be his third team in Spain, having previously played for Real Sociedad and Espanyol while on loan from Porto.

Kalinic may remain with Atletico


Atletico striker Nikola Kalinic is likely to continue with the club despite the arrival of Alvaro Morata, reports AS.

The club does need to make room for Morata, and have received offers for Kalinic, but it is not certain any of those transfers, along with the departure of Gelson to Monaco, would be enough to free up that space.

Atletico boss Diego Simeone likes the attitude of the Croatia international, and should the club reach its desired financial situation with the sale of Jonny to Wolves, he is likely to remain.

Arsenal looking at Napoli's Malcuit


Arsenal are looking for a player to step into Hector Bellerin's spot at right-back and have identified Napoli's Kevin Malcuit, according to France Football.

Gunners manager Unai Emery knows of Malcuit from his days at Paris Saint-Germain, when Malcuit featured for Ligue 1 rivals Saint-Etienne and Lille.

However, with Malcuit under contract until 2022, the Gunners will face a difficult task in getting Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis to sell.

Cardiff City's Bogle heads to Portsmouth


Portsmouth have signed Cardiff City's Omar Bogle on loan for the remainder of the season, the League One club have announced. The striker had spent the first half of the campaign on loan at Birmingham. 

"We’re very pleased to have Omar and he’s someone that we’ve followed from his early days at Grimsby," Portsmouth manager Kenny Jacket said.

"He’s got pace, he’s got power and a strong left-foot to score goals, so I’m looking forward to working with him."

Lille in talks to sign Swansea's Leroy Fer


Lille are in talks to sign Swansea captain Leroy Fer, according to Sky Sports but will face competition from Fenerbahce.

The Swansea midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season and is among several players who could leave the club before the close of the window.

Wilfried Bony and Daniel James are among the names could depart in January.

Tiago Ilori nears Sporting return


Former Liverpool defender Tiago Ilori is nearing a return to Sporting as an exit from Reading looms, according to Ojogo.

The 25-year-old defender landed at Reading after failing to crack Liverpool's first team, and heading on loan to Granada, Bordeaux and Aston Villa.

Now, with a medical scheduled, he looks set to return to the club he last featured for before his move to Anfield in 2013.

Chelsea reject Hudson-Odoi transfer request


The Bayern Munich target will have to wait until at least the summer for a move

Chelsea have denied Callum Hudson-Odoi's transfer request, blocking the teenager's hope of a January exit to join Bayern MunichGoal can confirm.

Hudson-Odoi hoped to escalate matters at the end of last week in pursuit of a move to the Bundesliga champions, personally delivering his request for a January move.

However, he will now have to wait until at least the summer to receive his exit, with Bayern likely to come back for Hudson-Odoi in the summer.

Read the full story here on Goal!

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Wolves confident of Otto deal


Wolverhampton Wanderers are hopeful of signing Jonny Castro Otto on a permanent deal this month, according to the Express and Star.

The Spanish wing-back has impressed at Molineux since joining on a season-long loan from Atletico Madrid last summer.

Atletico are willing to let Otto leave, with all parties confident a deal can be done before the deadline.

West Ham hold talks over Fleck


West Ham have held talks with Sheffield United over a £4million ($5.2m) deal for midfielder John Fleck, according to Sky Sports.

Fleck, joined Sheffield Utd from Coventry in the summer of 2016, has three-and-a-half years left on his contract at Bramall Lane.

The Hammers have been relatively quiet so far this month, with Samir Nasri the only new face at the London Stadium.

Monaco eye Miranda move


Monaco could make a late move for Inter defender Miranda, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

Leonardo Jardim returned as Monaco boss last week and is keen to bolster his defence as he looks to lift the club away from the bottom of Ligue 1.

Inter are willing to let the 34-year-old leave but only after they have secured a replacement, which could prove difficult give the deadline is just three days away.

James Rodriguez keen to leave Bayern


James Rodriguez has told Bayern Munich he wants to leave the club at the end of the season, according to Marca.

The Colombian has spent the last two seasons on loan at Bayern from Real Madrid and the club have the option to make the move permanent at the end of the season.

The 27-year-old has fallen out of favour in recent weeks, starting both Bundesliga games following the winter break on the bench.

Emery hopeful of Arsenal signings


Unai Emery is confident that Arsenal are working as hard as possible to bring in a new signing before the transfer deadline.

The Gunners boss is keen to sign a midfielder and has been linked with moves for Ivan Perisic and Denis Suarez.

Read the full story on Goal.

Man Utd unlikely to chase Perisic


Manchester United have been aware of the availibility of Inter's Ivan Perisic, but have elected not to get involved to land the winger, according to the Evening Standard.

While the Red Devils chased Perisic while Jose Mourinho was manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer does not expect any major additions in January.

Their top target is Kalidou Koulibaly, but the Napoli man is not likely to be available until the summer.

'Pochettino doesn't want to sign anyone'


Mauricio Pochettino does not want to bring any fresh faces into his Tottenham squad despite a lack of movement in recent transfer windows, claims Harry Redknapp.

The Argentine was the only Premier League boss not to welcome any new arrivals during the summer of 2018 and despite injuries to Harry Kane and Dele Alli, no targets have appeared in January.

And former Spurs boss Redknapp thinks that is by design, saying Pochettino likely prefers a small squad.

Read the full story here on Goal!

Burnley planning moves for Janssen and Adams


Burnley manager Sean Dyche is considering late moves for Tottenham striker Vincent Janssen and Birmingham City's Che Adams, according to the Daily Mail.

Dyche is hoping to reinforce his strike force before the close of the window, though he faces competition from Southampton for Adams.

Adams would likely cost a hefty fee, as Birmingham have financial constraints and owe a sell-on clause to Sheffield United.

Toronto FC dismiss Giovinco exit report


Toronto FC have told ESPN that a report saying Sebastian Giovinco had left the team's training camp to return to Toronto in advance of a transfer is false.

Rumours have linked the former MLS MVP with a move to Saudi Arabian club Al-Hilal, with reports saying he had been already granted an entry visa.

TFC claim Giovinco was given permission to see a specialist, while the club says they have not received any offers for their star attacker. 

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Barcelona's De Jong jibe of no interest to Guardiola


Pep Guardiola opted not to hit back at Barcelona boss Ernesto Valverde following his criticism of Manchester City’s approach for Frenkie de Jong.

The Ajax midfielder has agreed a deal to join Barca for the 2019-20 season in an €86 million (£75m/$98m) deal, but De Jong confirmed in an interview he held talks with both Paris Saint-Germain and City manager Guardiola before choosing LaLiga's leaders. 

Valverde was unimpressed with this revelation and said so to reporters but when asked about the Barca boss' comments, Guardiola chose not the escalate matters.

Read the full story here on Goal!

Fenerbahce after Swansea's Fer


Swansea City midfielder Leroy Fer is a target for Turkish giants Fenerbahce, according to the Daily Mail.

While the club are 19-time winners of the Turkish top flight, and finished second last season, they are languishing in 17th this term are looking to make futher moves this January after landing Victor Moses on loan from Chelsea.

Swansea would prefer to keep Fer but with his contract running down, the Swans will see how much Fener offer for him.

Man City's Matondo nears Schalke switch


Manchester City winger Rabbi Matondo is nearing a switch to Schalke after agreeing a deal with the Bundesliga club, according to Bild.

Matondo has refused a contract extension from the Premier League champions and now the two clubs near a deal worth around €7 million (£6m/$8m) for the youngster.

While Schalke's initial offer was more, around €10m, this new offer contains a €30m buyback clause, allowing City some insurance they do not end up in a similar situation as with Jadon Sancho. 

West Ham want Celta double deal


In addition to Maxi Gomez, West Ham are hoping to bring in Celta Vigo midfielder Stanislav Lobotka, according to TEAMtalk.

The Hammers want a deal for Gomez, who is available for £35 million ($46m), completed this month with an eye toward allowing him to remain in La Liga on loan for the remainder of the season.

However they would hope to bring in Lobotka on loan, and in the process beat out the likes of Everton, Bournemouth, Leicester and Wolves for his signature. 

Morata moves from Chelsea to Atletico on 18 month loan


The striker's wages will decrease upon activation of the purchase option

Alvaro Morata has completed an 18-month long loan move from Chelsea to Atletico Madrid.

Goal revealed that the 26-year-old had reached personal terms with the Liga side last week, with the player set to accept a pay cut on his current £120,000 per week wages upon the activation of Atleti's option to purchase.

And Atletico have confirmed that the Spain international has completed a medical and signed on for the rest of this season and the entirety of the 2019-20 campaign.

Read the full story here on Goal!


Leicester eye Tielemans & Silva swap


Leicester City are willing to offer Adrien Silva to Monaco in exchange for Youri Tielemans, L'Equipe reports.

Monaco are willing to let the Belgium international leave this month and it is the Foxes who are eyeing his signature.

Although Leicester manager Claude Puel said on Monday that he is happy with Silva when asked about interest in Tielemans, the club are prepared to send the 29-year-old to the principality if it means they can have the young midfielder.

Silva confirms Everton rejected PSG bid


Everton manager Marco Silva has confirmed the club rejected an offer from Paris Saint-Germain for Idrissa Gueye.

The Ligue 1 side are hve been linked with the midfielder in recent months as they look to enhance their squad amid Adrien Rabiot's uncertain future and Marco Verratti's injury.

The French giants are said to have offered £22 million ($29m) for Gueye, but the Toffees are determined to hold on to him.

Read Marco Silva's comments here

Atletico eye Upamecano as Godin replacement


Atletico Madrid have targeted RB Leipzig defender Dayot Upamecano, according to reports in Germany and Spain.

The 20-year-old centre-back has caught the attention of Europe's top teams due to his performances for the Bundesliga side, with Manchester United, Liverpool and Bayern Munich said to be interested.

But Atletico Madrid are ready to come forward with an attempt to lure him away from Leipzig as they see him as a good replacement for Diego Godin.

'Chelsea must make Hudson-Odoi stay!'


Chelsea have been urged to stop Callum Hudson-Odoi from leaving to join Bayern Munich by defender Antonio Rudiger.

The 18-year-old continues to be linked with a switch to the Bundesliga champions, having submitted a transfer request after a series of bids were rejected by the Blues.

And Rudiger says the Premier League side must do all they can to commit Hudson-Odoi to a new contract as it will be a "pity" to see him leave.

Read the full story on Goal

Huddersfield close to Grant signing


Huddersfield are close to sealing the £2 million signing of Karlan Grant from Charlton, HITC says.

The 21-year-old will be new Huddersfield boss Jan Siewert's first signing, though talks have been going on since before David Wagner's departure.

The forward will have a medical on Monday before signing a contract with the Premier League team.

Arnautovic transfer saga is settled, says Pellegrini


West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini expects the furore surrounding Marko Arnautovic's future to come to an end after the striker pledged his future to the club.

The Austria international was the subject of a bid from the Chinese Super League, while Manchester United had been linked previously.

But Arnautovic opted to sign a new contract with West Ham to put the issue to bed and Pellegrini says the issue has been settled.

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Ex-Arsenal star Lehmann close to joining Augsburg


Jens Lehmann is on the verge of joining the coaching staff at AugsburgBild reports.

The former goalkeeper was let go from his role as assistant manager at Arsenal when Unai Emery replaced Arsene Wenger at the helm and is ready to get back into football.

The ex-Arsenal and Germany star is expected to sign a one-and-a-half-year contract with Augsburg which will see him partner Manuel Baum as coach.

Pep's playing it cool


Doesn't sound like Guardiola is losing too much sleep over the looming transfer deadline.

Higuain 'a mercenary' for Chelsea move


Gonzalo Higuain has been labelled a "mercenary" by Italy's interior minister Matteo Salvini following his loan to Chelsea.

The Juventus striker ended a loan spell at AC Milan to move to Stamford Bridge and be reunited with his former Napoli boss Maurizio Sarri.

"I'm glad that Higuain has gone," Milan fan Salvini report the AFP news agency.

"I hope we'll never see him again in Milan because he really behaved in an unworthy manner."

Liverpool's stance on the 'Turkish Messi'


Liverpool have knocked down suggestions they have sealed a £17million deal for Trabzonspor's Abdulkadir Omur, dubbed 'The Turkish Messi'.

Reports in Turkey on Monday stated that the Anfield club had agreed on a deal for the young midfielder move in the summer.

But The Echo report Liverpool's stance on the situation.

Chelsea need to replace Fabregas


De Ligt a top target for Juve


Ajax defender Matthijs de Ligt has been identified as Juventus’ top defensive target for the summer, reports Tuttosport.

The Netherlands international is a man in demand, with Barcelona having also been heavily linked with a big-money move after already putting a deal in place for his current team-mate Frenkie de Jong.

Pep irks Barca


Celtic winger attracts more interest


Sunderland are the latest side to express interest in taking Lewis Morgan from Celtic, claims Sky Sports.

The midfielder has already been linked with the likes of Nottingham Forest heading towards the winter deadline.

Everton open to £20m offers for Tosun


Everton are prepared to listen to offers for Cenk Tosun, reports the Daily Mail, but they are looking for £20 million ($26m).

The Toffees snapped up the Turkey international for £27m ($36m) but have seen him struggle to make an impact in English football.

Leeds fending off Spurs' pursuit of Clarke


Leeds have snubbed Tottenham's latest approach for Jack Clarke, according to Football Insider.

Spurs had been willing to loan the highly-rated winger back to the Whites for the remainder of the season, but those at Elland Road have no intention of sanctioning a sale.

Leicester won’t let Fuchs leave


Aston Villa have been informed by Leicester that there is no chance of Christian Fuchs leaving before the window closes, reports Sky Sports.

The Championship promotion hopefuls had been exploring a potential loan agreement for the Austrian full-back with an option to complete a permanent deal in the summer.

Rahman heading out of Chelsea


Chelsea's injury-hit left-back Baba Rahman is on the verge of a sealing a six-month loan to French club ReimsGoal understands.

The 24-year-old, who has also been linked with Villarreal, Girona and Rennes, wants a new loan to revitalise his career.

Check out the full story here.

Inter eyeing up De Paul


With Ivan Perisic seemingly heading for the exits at Inter, Calciomercato claim that the Nerazzurri want Rodrigo De Paul as his replacement.

The Argentine forward is currently on the books of Serie A rivals Udinese.

Arsenal confident on Perisic


Gunners expecting to land Inter winger

Arsenal are confident they will push through a loan move for Inter winger Ivan Perisic prior to Thursday's deadline, claims the Evening Standard.

The Gunners are leading the chase for the Croatia international, with Manchester United not expected to rekindle past interest in the 29-year-old.

From €100m Man Utd target to West Ham washout?


Two years ago, Andrea Belotti was one of the most wanted strikers in Europe, but now he's struggling for goals and can't even get in the Italy squad.

What has happened to the Torino striker who was being linked with a €100 million (£87m/$114m) move to Manchester United not all that long ago but is now said to be on West Ham's radar?

Goal takes a look at his fall from grace.

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Mane responds to Real Madrid rumours


Sadio Mane claims to have paid little attention to the speculation which linked him with Real Madrid prior to signing a new contract at Liverpool.

He told World Soccer: "Speculation is part of football. You just learn to live with it and not to take it too seriously. All I can say is that my only concern is Liverpool."

Read the full story on Goal!

Leicester target £20m Tielemans


Leicester have opened talks with Monaco regarding a possible £20 million ($26m) deal for Youri Tielemans, reports Sky Sports.

Claude Puel is eager to bolster his midfielder options and sees the Belgium international as a good fit for the Foxes.

Normann leaves Seagulls nest


Keane to join O'Neill at Forest


Roy Keane has agreed to reunite with former Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill at Nottingham Forest, claims The Guardian.

The former Reds midfielder has been weighing up his options since seeing O'Neill named as successor to Aitor Karanka at the City Ground.

Inter offer Ozil ultimatum to Arsenal


Inter are prepared to take Mesut Ozil off Arsenal, claims the Daily Star, but only if the Gunners agree to pay half of the his wages.

The German playmaker has slipped out of favour under Unai Emery and will be allowed to leave on loan if a suitable offer is tabled.

Southampton bid for Birmingham striker Adams


Southampton have made an opening £8m bid for Birmingham striker Che Adams, according to The Mirror.

The Championship side are said to have rejected the approach for the 22-year-old, the club's top scorer with 14 goals.

But they expect a follow-up attempt from Southampton as well as other interest.

City target Chilwell


Leicester City's Ben Chilwell is among Manchester City's top targets as they step up their bid to bring in a left-back in the summer, report ESPN FC.

Frenchman Benjamin Mendy has suffred repeated injury problems since he joined the club 18 months ago and manager Pep Guardiola wants competition in the position where Fabian Delph has filled in.


Hull want Liverpool youngster Woodburn on loan


Young Liverpool forward Ben Woodburn is wanted on loan by Championship club Hull City for the rest of the season, according to The Mail.

The 19-year-old returned to Anfield after an unhappy spell at Sheffield United that saw him start just two games in five months.

But Kop boss Jurgen Klopp is happy to let out the Welsh international go out again to help his development.

Will Keane declares for Republic of Ireland


Hull City striker Will Keane has decalred for the Republic of Ireland, the FAI has confirmed.

The Irish Times report the Stockport-born 26-year-old, currently on loan at Ipswich Town, will make himself available for the Republic.

He started his career at Manchester United and played at youth level for England. His twin Michael, the Everton defender, has represented England at senior level.



Solskjaer not expecting Man Utd departures


Manchester United's interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not expecting to any of his Manchester United squad to leave before Thursday's transfer deadline.

Matteo Darmian and Antonio Valencia heavily linked with moves to Italy and there has been speculation Brazilian midfielder Andreas Periera could go on another loan.

But Solskjaer told his press conference this morning: "At the moment I can see everyone staying at the club."

Read the full story on Goal!

Fletcher and Crouch can leave Stoke


Stoke have received enquiries for Darren Fletcher and Peter Crouch - both thought to be surplus to requirements at the Championship club, report The Mail.

New manager Nathan Jones is trying to stamp a new look on the Potters and is said to be willing to listen to offer for the big-earning duo, who are 34 and 37 respectively.

PSG make bid for Everton's Gueye


PSG have made a bid of £21.5m to sign Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye, according to Sky Sports News.

The Goodison club are expected to reject it - but the 29-year-old is thought to want to switch to the Ligue 1 champions.

Arsenal want Barcelona's Malcom on loan


Arsenal want to land Barcelona’s Brazilian forward Malcom before deadline day, according to The Sun.

The Gunners reportedly asked the Nou Camp giants about taking him on loan during their talks over midfielder Denis Suarez.

Southampton listening to Austin offers


Southampton are open to offers for striker Charlie Austin, Sky Sports reports.

The forward has fallen out of favour since Ralph Hasenhuttl took charge of the Premier League side in December.

They have decided to cash in on him and are listening to bids before the January window closes.

AC Milan must cough up €25m for Deulofeu


AC Milan are determined to bring Gerard Deulofeu back to Serie A, but will have to pay €25 million (£22m/$29m) to get him this month.

The Italian side had hoped to seal a loan deal with Watford for the ex-Barcelona player, seeing their initial offer knocked back.

Sky Sport Italia says Milan will make a new effort to get their man, with the Premier League side demanding a big price for him.

Newcastle & Fulham want Man Utd's Valencia


Antonio Valencia could be on his way out of Manchester United this month as Newcastle and Fulham are interested in a deal, The Sun reports.

The right-back's contract expires at the end of the season but Newcastle are willing to take him on loan for the rest of the season if United will keep paying his wages. 

Fulham initially went after Victor Moses, but see Valencia as a good alternative after being knocked back by Chelsea.

Man Utd & Chelsea eye Eriksen battle


Premier League teams boosted by Real Madrid withdrawal

Manchester United and Chelsea look set for a bidding war over Tottenham star Christian Eriksen this summer, Express reports.

The Premier League sides are hopeful of luring the Denmark international at the end of the season after seeing Real Madrid withdraw their interest in him.

Eriksen is yet to sign a new deal with Spurs and could consider leaving in the near future, but Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain could also enter the race for him.

Hibs eye Strachan as Lennon replacement


Hibernian could turn to another former Celtic manager in their search for a successor to Neil Lennon, going by the Daily Mail's report.

The Scottish side are set to sack Lennon after a bust-up with one of his players in training, leading to his suspension.

And Hibs will sound out former Celtic and Scotland boss Strachan to see if he is interested in returning to the game for his first job since leaving the Scotland national team.

Betis close in on Jese signing


Real Betis are on the verge of signing Jese Rodriguez from Paris Saint-Germain, says AS.

The Spanish side want to take the former Real Madrid player on loan for the rest of the season and are close to finalising a deal with the Ligue 1 giants.

Premier League teams line up for Bolasie


Newcastle, Crystal Palace, Cardiff and Burnley are interested in Yannick Bolasie after he told Everton of his desire to leave this month.

The Mirror claims the winger is looking for another move after cutting his loan at Aston Villa short. He has been told he has no future in Marco Silva's side, but has interest from elsewhere in the English top flight.

Bayern reject PSG's €20m Renato Sanches bid


Paris Saint-Germain have had a €20 million (£17m/$23m) offer for Renato Sanches rejected by Bayern MunichLe10 Sport claims.

As the French side prepare for the arrival of Leandro Paredes, they are eyeing up a second midfielder to add to their squad.

Sanches has made 11 Bundesliga appearances this term, but has not featured in 2019. However, Bayern are demanding more than PSG's initial offer.

Bordeaux deny asking for Sala fee


Bordeaux have denied asking for a cut of Emiliano Sala's transfer to Cardiff.

Reports swirled that the French club was in line for payment prior to the forward's tragic disappearance, but Bordeaux have come out and denied that they were searching for payment.

Read the full story on Goal!

Quaresma set to leave Besiktas for Porto


Ricardo Quaresma is set to leave Besiktas for a move to Porto, according to NTVSpor.

The Portuguese winger is set to end his contract with the Turkish club following a meeting with club leadership on Sunday.

Now free from his deal, Quaresma is set to rejoin Porto, a club he featured for from 2004-08 and then again in 2014-15.

Tuchel: We need players!


Thomas Tuchel says PSG are in desperate need of reinforcements before the window closes.

The club is close to signing Leandro Paredes but, with that bit of business still not compete, Tuchel has called for the club to hurry up and add some new players.

Read Tuchel's full quotes on Goal!

Gerrard: No offers for Rangers star Morelos


Steven Gerrard says that Rangers have received no offers for star forward Alfredo Morelos.

Morelos has scored 15 goals this season, earning links to several clubs, but Gerrard says the Colombian has yet to be the subject of an official offer.

"I won't turn my phone off [to any interested parties],” Gerrard said, according to the Daily Star.

“I’ll listen to what they have to say. I'll be respectful, but he's going nowhere and that's the message."

Notts County put up for sale hours after owner tweets inapropriate photo


Just hours after tweeting an inapropriate photo, Notts County owner Alan Hardy has put the club up for sale.

Hardy insists that the two events are not related, stating that he is looking to focus on other business interests.

Read the full story on Goal!

Eintracht Frankfurt move for West Ham's Oxford


Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt have joined Nottingham Forest in the battle for Reece Oxford's signature, according to the Daily Mail.

Oxford is out of favour at West Ham and could be allowed to leave for a fee in the region of £8 million ($10.5m).

Watford resist latest Milan overtures for Deulofeu


AC Milan have redoubled their efforts to sign Watford's Gerard Deulofeu, according to Gianluca Di Marzio.

Having already signed Lucas Paqueta and Krzysztof Piatek in January, the Italians are keen to bring back the former Barca winger before the window closes.

But Watford have rejected a loan-to-buy approach, leaving Milan obliged to make a fresh offer if they want to land Deulofeu.

Cardiff set sights on Alario following Sala tragedy


Lucas Alario is wanted by Cardiff City as the Premier League club resume their search for a striker following the tragic disappearance of Emiliano Sala, reports TuttoMercato.

Sala's compatriot could join on an initial loan deal from Bayer Leverkusen with the option to make the move permanent in the summer.

Rabiot turns down Spurs and waits for Liverpool


PL clubs attentive as midfielder's Barca transfer yet to be confirmed

Adrien Rabiot turned down an approach from Tottenham as he holds out for his favoured destination, Liverpool, according to Metro.

The PSG midfielder remains banished to the club's reserves and both Spurs and Liverpool are watching attentively as his most likely transfer, to Barcelona, is still unconfirmed.