Hamsik China move not yet done
Napoli are believed to want further guarantees over the structure of payments before giving the green light to the €20million (£17.5m/$22.6m) deal.
Hamsik has already agreed terms with Dalian Yifang and was left out of the Napoli squad to face Fiorentina this weekend in expectation of the transfer being finalised.
Minnesota United signs Mannone
Minnesota United has signed goalkeeper Vito Mannone on a 12-month loan from Reading.
Minnesota United has signed experienced Italian goalkeeper Vito Mannone on a 12-month loan from the English Championship League’s Reading FC using Targeted Allocation Money the team announced today. Mannone will join the Loons pending a physical and receipt of his P1 Visa and ITC. Mannone will occupy an international spot on Minnesota’s roster.
“The most important thing is we have added another player who has vast experience and has played at a really high level,” Minnesota United head coach Adrian Heath said in a team release.
Sarri expects Chelsea future talks
The visitors shipped four goals inside the opening 25 minutes at the Etihad Stadium and conceded a further two after half-time in crashing to their heaviest ever Premier League loss.
The final scoreline was the worst of Sarri's coaching career and comes less than two weeks on from the dire 4-0 defeat at Bournemouth, which magnified scrutiny on the Blues' development under the former Napoli boss.
Bookies slash odds on Sarri sacking after Man City defeat
"Given the manner of the defeat to Manchester City earlier today, the odds have been slashed on Maurizio Sarri leaving Chelsea before the end of the season which now looks a strong possibility," Coral spokesman John Hill explained to the Sun.
Wolves chase Benfica wonderkid
Juve eye Salah as potential Dybala replacement
Dybala has been linked with a move to Inter having fallen out of favour under Massimiliano Allegri in recent weeks.
That has prompted Juve to consider replacements, with Salah high on their shortlist along with Real Madrid's Marco Asensio.
Chelsea and Arsenal to miss out on young Juve duo
Ramos wants Gimenez at Real Madrid
Gimenez has formed a formidable partnership with compatriot Diego Godin in recent seasons since breaking through into the Atletico first team.
But the prospect of the Uruguayan swapping sides looks remote, as Godin's future is less than clear and Diego Simeone would veto any move that sees both of his defensive pillars leave.
Dybala benched by Juve amid Allegri rift reports
Rodgers not expecting Burke to stay at Celtic
The 21-year-old has scored three league goals in five games since signing from West Brom in January until the end of the season.
Asked if it was unlikely for Burke to stay at Celtic beyond this term, Rodgers said: “I think so. It would be great for Celtic if he did.
“But the reality is that the improvements he will make here over the course of the next six months will probably excite West Brom."
Jenkins considering Swansea return
Jenkins resigned on February 2 after 17 years at the club due to cost cutting under the American owners who took a 68 per cent share in the club in 2016.
The 55-year-old has reportedly now met with a wealthy Arab group to try and buy out the American backers.
Brighton submit Connell offer
Connell has feature just twice for Wanderers in the Championship this term and went off injured late on in their defeat to Preston yesterday.
Oldham set to confirm Scholes as manager
Paul Scholes is set to be appointed as Oldham Athletic manager, reports Sky Sports.
An EFL board meeting last week decided that there was no conflict of interest if Scholes, who owns a 10 per cent share in Salford City, were to join Oldham.
The ruling stated Scholes is free to join the Latics as long as they do not buy or sell players to Salford.
Fer's Villa move broke down due to wages
The former Norwich and QPR man was having a medical in the West Midlands when it emerged he had a hamstring problem.
That prompted Villa to request Swansea contribute half of his wages, but the deal broke down.
Arsenal still interested in Gbamin
Silva coy on City future
David Silva says he has no plans for his future despite starring for Manchester City this season.
The 33-year-old admits City could buy a younger replacement for him at any time, but says he is focused on enjoying his football.
His comments come ahead of the champions clash with Chelsea this afternoon.
Cheslea eye Richarlison
Spalletti hails Perisic after Arsenal links
The midfielder was reportedly keen on a move to north London and has been left out of the starting line-up recently after the Gunners opened talks with Inter about signing him in January.
Arsenal were believed to be a long way off the Serie A club's demands though, and Perisic returned alongside Radja Nainggolan in the 1-0 win on Saturday.
Man Utd receive Maguire boost
The Reds have been trying to sign a centre-back for a number of months and were rebuffed in their attempts to sign the Leicester City man last summer.
But they will be buoyed by the 25-year-old's latest comments ahead of the Foxes' clash with Tottenham this afternoon, and could launch another attempt to sign him this summer.
Spurs loanee Harrison backed to reach next level in Australia
On-loan Tottenham man Shayon Harrison can follow in the footsteps of former loan success stories Harry Kane and Jese Lingard according to Melbourne City coach Warren Joyce.
The 21-year-old made his debut for City against Adelaide United on Saturday after moving to the A-League.
And his boss Joyce thinks there is no limit to Harrison's potential given his talent.
Man Utd & Arsenal scout Norwich star
Godfrey, who has made 15 Championship appearances this season, is said to be valued by Norwich at around £10 million ($13m).
Chelsea want Kessie in Bakayoko deal
Blues want Ivory Coast star
Bakayoko, a stand-out performer whilst at Monaco, failed to live up to expectations at Stamford Bridge but has been rebuilding his reputation at San Siro.
The France midfielder's loan deal expires at the end of the season, but the Rossoneri do have the option to buy.
Gianluca Vialli for Sampdoria president?
Current owner Massimo Ferrero is looking to sell the club he took charge of five years ago for around €100 million and is set to meet with a potential buyer, Italian media claim.
The potential buyer already has plans for the club's future and hope to install former great Vialli as the new president. The ex-Chelsea star is also wanted by the Italian FA, who want to partner him with naitonal team coach Roberto Mancini.
Roma turn to ex-AC Milan director to replace Monchi
Roma are already lining up other options in case the famous director does leave and have already made contact with Mirabelli.
Barca to sign youth star Riad
Juventus want Isco or James if Dybala leaves
Real Madrid are reportedly eyeing a big summer bid for Argentina international Dybala and Juve are open to letting him go as long as they stand a chance of recruiting a replacement from the Spanish side.
The Italians have long been linked with Isco amid his struggles at Madrid and the midfielder looks destined to leave at the end of the summer. However, his team-mate James has emerged as a target as his loan spell with Bayern Munich has taken a bad turn and Juve will consider approaching him.
Spurs fear Rabiot snub for Barca or Liverpool
Spurs were confident of wrapping up a move for the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder in January but the deal was called off before it was finalised.
He will leave the French side for free at the end of the season, allowing a team like Barca, the Reds or Arsenal to swoop in and get him.
Falcao not returning to Atletico Madrid
The forward is looking for a way out of Monaco and had been linked with a return to his old club.
But a rift between the Colombian and Atleti boss Diego Simeone has closed that possibility, with Falcao now looking for other opportunities in La Liga.
Klopp wants Leeds star Clarke
Griezmann and Coutinho lined up to replace Neymar
The French star would be the club's first choice, but the Brazilian's struggles with Barcelona have them looking at him as well.
Toronto FC nearing deal for Pozuelo
De Gea wage demands holding up new deal
The Spaniard is happy to commit his long-term future to the Old Trafford club - but only on wages that would make him United's second-highest earner behind Alexis Sanchez.
The Red Devils are reluctant to meet De Gea's demands but are confident a compromise can be reached.
Raiola could cost De Ligt’s Prem move
Manchester City have been linked with a move for the 19-year-old but boss Pep Guardiola is reluctant to do business with Raiola having fallen out with him following Zlatan Ibrahimovic's departure from Barcelona in 2011. Manchester United and Arsenal are also believed to be wary of dealing with the 51-year-old.
Barcelona consider Mendy move
Barca director of football and former Lyon defender, Eric Abidal, is a big fan of the 23-year-old as the club seek competition for Jordi Alba.
Tottenham fear they could miss out on Rabiot
The Paris Saint-Germain midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season and has refused to sign an extension at the Parc des Princes.
Tottenham were linked with Rabiot in January and are ready to revive the deal in the summer, but they now fear the move could be hijacked by Barca or Premier League rivals Liverpool.
Juve ready to make Zaniolo move
The 19-year-old only moved to Rome last summer as a makeweight in the deal that saw Radja Nainggolan sign for Inter.
However, his impressive early performances for Eusebio Di Francesco's side have prompted Juve to consider a summer bid, though Roma hope to persaude Zaniolo to stay by offering him a bumper new contract. .
Chelsea tracking Richarlison
Everton considering Bielsa as Silva replacement
Silva was only appointed Toffees boss last summer but is already under pressure after a run of 10 defeats in 16 games in all competitions.
That has led the Everton board to consider alternatives, with the 63-year-old Argentinian top of their shortlist should they make a change at the end of the season.
Man Utd eye £50m Sessegnon
Red Devils ready to make summer move for Fulham youngster
Sessegnon only has 18 months left on his current deal and is reluctant to sign an extension with the west London club facing a battle to stay in the Premier League.
That has alerted United, who are considering whether to make a big-money move for the England Under-21 international at the end of the season.