Timbers trade Powell to FC Cincinnati
Powell, 24, spent six seasons in Portland, where he was a regular starter for much of that run.
The Timbers will retain a 25% sell-on fee if Cincinnati transfers the Jamaica international.
Saint-Etienne looking to sell Beric in January
Rangers offer contracts to American duo
The two Americans have impressed while on trial with Steven Gerrard's side in recent weeks, though neither have decided whether to sign with the club.
Polster, 25, is out of contract after four seasons with the Chicago Fire, while Gutman is a highly rated left-back prospect coming out of Indiana University.
Maicon signs with Criciuma
Former Brazil international right-back Maicon has signed with Brazilian second-division side Criciuma.
Galaxy to name Barros Schelotto manager
Schelotto recently left Boca Juniors, whom he led to two Argentine league titles and a Copa Libertadores final appearance earlier this month.
The 45-year-old is familiar with Major League Soccer, having played four seasons with the Columbus Crew between 2007 and 2010.
Juventus prepare bid for de Ligt
Atlanta United reach out to Martinez regarding new deal
Martinez won the MLS MVP award in 2018 while breaking the league record for goals in a single season en route to an MLS Cup crown.
The Venezuelan has three years remaining on his current contract
Emery admits to discussing Madrid with Neymar
Neymar has been linked with a move back to Spain for quite some time, but Emery insists that Neymar is someone that "does not need advice".
Amiens make late push for Weah
Amiens boss Christophe Pelissier personally called the American international in an effort to convince him to join his side on loan.
Celtic remains favourites, though, as Weah is expected to join the Scottish side after confirming on Christmas that he will embark on a loan move in January.
Weigl linked with PSG as negotiations open
The French club are set to lose a midfielder of their own in Adrien Rabiot, whose contract expires this summer.
Gattuso meets with Milan brass following loss
The trio discussed Gattuso's future as well as the future of some AC Milan players like Hakan Calhanoglu, who struggled on Wednesday.
Calhanoglu is likely to be sold in January while the lack of effort from the players is concerning to the club.
Wijnaldum: van Dijk more than justifies his fee
Alguacil to take over at Real Sociedad
Garitano was dismissed on Wednesday after originally being hired in May, with Alguacil taking over after previously leading the first team earlier this year.
Alguacil had been managing the second team before the appointment and played for the club from 1990-98.
Kovacic 'can imagine' Chelsea stay
Arsenal, PSG and Everton chase Watford's Doucoure
PSG have had a bid for Abdoulaye Doucoure rejected, according to Paris United.
The French side have agreed to a potential move, but the Watford is not looking to part with the midfielder, who signed a five-year deal this summer.
Arsena also see Doucoure as a player that can replace Aaron Ramsey in the heart of midfield, but they'll face competition from both the French giants and Everton, who are managed by the midfielder's former boss in Marco Silva.
Newcastle former Sunderland striker
The Italian, who previously represented Sunderland, Chelsea and Liverpool, currently plays for AC Milan, but has started just three Serie A games so far this season.
For that reason, Tutto Mercato are reporting that the 27-year-old could join the Magpies next month.
Should he returned to the north east, it could cost Newcastle as much as £11m ($14m).
Juventus reject United bid of £54m for Costa
Rai Sport claimed earlier in the week that the Red Devils had launched the audacious bid, which now appears to have been rejected.
Neither Juve nor Costa fancy the move - the Brazilian is considered a vital player at the Juventus Stadium and has played 16 games in all competitions this campaign.
Costa joined the reigning Serie A champions permanently in the summer following a season-long loan last year.
Pochettino remains coy on Eriksen future
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has implied Christian Eriksen could leave the club at the end of the season.
“Football is so dynamic. It changes every day, every season. It depends not only on your decision, but it is always a player's decision,” said Pochettino.
"A decision is going to happen at the end of the season or [maybe] a decision will happen in the next few days, in January. Football is so dynamic, always you need to move on."
Ligue 1 sides monitor Dabo situation
The Burkina Faso international is yet to start a game for Fiorentina this campaign, but has made seven appearances off the bench
Darmian to return to Serie A?
The full-back moved to the Red Devils in 2015 and has struggled to ever hold down a regular spot in starting XI.
Klopp wants Hazard at Liverpool
Eden's brother could be on his way to the Premier League
Hazard is said to be considering his options and has no plans to sign a contract extension with the German side, despite his current deal running out in 18 months.
The Reds could pounce on any disturbances at Gladbach and launch an £31m (€34m/$39m) offer in January.
Lyon to battle Arsenal for Belgian right-back
In his breakthrough campaign, Saelemaekers has played 18 league games so far this year and has prove four assists.
Should Lyon sign the teenager in January, it would likely see one of their current right-backs Rafael, Leo Dubois or Kenny Tete leave the club.
Essien hopes Hazard remains at Chelsea
"Hazard is one of the best players in the world,” he said. “The interest of Real Madrid, I only hear from people in the media. But I mean when Real Madrid come calling… every player would love to play for them.
“He’s happy at Chelsea though and hopefully we can keep him.”
Fekir being courted by Europe’s top sides
The Frenchman was linked with a big money move to Liverpool last summer.
A trio of top clubs are keen on signing Lyon attacker Nabil Fekir, according to various newspaper reports.
Gerrard admits ‘there will bids’ for Morelos in January
The striker has been in red hot form this season and has netted 19 goals so far, leading to Gerrard’s acceptance that there will be offers for the Colombian next month.
“I'm not resistant to bids,” said the Rangers boss. “But I won't have his head turned in January, that's simple. He won't be going anywhere. The player knows what I think on that situation.
“I understand and respect that there will be bids. But there will be bids for all top players around the world. There's nothing you can do as a manager.”
Arsenal preparing £18m bid for Banega
Unai Emery hopes to bring his former midfielder Ever Benga to the Emirates in January, claims Argentinian broadcasters Rosario3.
The pair worked together for two seasons at Sevilla, and Emery believes it could take as little as £18m (€20m/$22m), to secure his services.
Benga is an Argentina international and played three of his national’s four matches at last summer’s World Cup.
Howe to have ‘conversation’ with Defoe over his future
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has admitted he is unsure whether Jermain Defoe will remain the Vitality beyond the January transfer window.
According to the Bournemouth Echo, when asked whether the former Tottenham and Portsmouth striker will stay at the club for the rest of the season, Howe said: “It’s a difficult one to answer. I couldn’t give an absolute clear black and white answer to a lot of the players in the squad.
“I will have to sit down with Jermain and have that conversation,” he added.
United target defensive reinforcements
And despite the Portuguese boss’ sacking last week, the Red Devils are still said to be keen on the 21-year-old.
However, with Milenkovic expected to cost around £45m (€50m/$57m), United could wait until the summer to sign the centre-back.
The Express also report that new manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not expected to be given huge funds to spent in the upcoming January transfer window.
City Football Group set to snare promising Australian defender
According to Goal.com's Covert Agent, Rowles will likely join Melbourne City at the start of the next season after a dispute between his management group and current club about the transfer of now Sydney FC playmaker Daniel De Silva.
The 20-year-old, who as impressed in a variety of defensive roles under Mike Mulvey this season, will be hoping the move south can help pave the way for a successful career abroad.
Four Australian players have completed the move from Melbourne City to Manchester City, with Aaron Mooy now one of the most reliable Premier League midfielders at Huddersfield Town while potential star Daniel Arzani is on loan at Celtic.
Luke Brattan and Anthony Caceres are both back at Melbourne City after struggling in their initial loan moves away from Etihad Stadium.
Chinese club tables crazy offer for Zaha
The bold bid would see Zaha's weekly salary tripled and include first-class travel back to the UK.
Yifang are currently coached by former Real Madrid man Bernd Schuster with a formal offer for Zaha expected in January.
Currently contracted with Palace until 2023 however, it's unlikely the club would allow their star player to leave this summer.
Tottenham circling £15m-rated Championship defender
Spurs have reportedly been extensively scouting Aarons as they look to add some defensive depth to their squad.
The Canaries will take some convincing to sell their defender however and could demand the player be loaned straight back to the Championship club if they were to consider cashing in.
Monaco looking at Dembele move
Arthur: I'm praying Neymar comes to Barcelona
Barcelona midfielder Arthur has said he is praying that Neymar will return to the Camp Nou.
Neymar departed Barcelona to join PSG in the summer of 2017 in a world-record €222 million deal.
Weah set to leave PSG on loan
Neymar's €160m release clause revealed
The star is unsurprisingly expensive!
Neymar has a release clause in his contract that would allow him to leave Paris Saint-Germain for €160 million (£143m/$182m) in 2020, according to as.
The Brazilian superstar arrived in Paris in August 2017 when the Ligue 1 giants paid his release clause at Barcelona, but his stay in France could be short-lived with the rest of Europe's elite interested in bringing him on board.
Neymar will be 28 in 2020 and has regularly been linked with a return to Camp Nou.
Quagliarella signs Sampdoria extension
Fabio Quagliarella has signed a new contract at Sampdoria, which will keep him at the club until the end of the 2019-20 season.
The 35-year-old remains a key part of the Sampdoria first team, and has captained the side this season, appearing 17 times in all competitions.
Morata and Higuain to trade places
It has been widely reported that Maurizio Sarri wanted Higuain before the start of the season but a deal failed to materialise.
Now, however, it is claimed that Sarri could get his man as Morata and fellow frontman Olivier Giroud continue to struggle for goals at Stamford Bridge.
Arsenal considering Cahill move
Klopp not considering future
Atletico rule out selling Lucas
But Atletico have made it clear that the World Cup winner will not be allowed to depart until the summer at the earliest.
Barca pessimistic over De Ligt deal
Though the Blaugrana remain confident of signing De Ligt's club-mate Frenkie de Jong, they are struggling to make a breakthrough when it comes to agreeing a move for the centre-back.
Mino Raiola's presence as De Ligt's agent is complicating matters further, and they may now look elsewhere for defensive reinforcements.
Bologna join race for Schick
Schick is expected to leave Roma in January after failing to truly crack the club's lineup.
Sampdoria are interested in a return, but Bologna could take Schick on loan as Roma look to build a relationship for moves to sign Erick Pulgar and Ilias Koutsoupias.
Milan after Mexican star Lozano
Milan has reached out to Mino Raiola regarding the winger, who has a contract through 2023.
Barca offer Coutinho in deal for Mbappe
The move would kill two birds with one stone for Barca, who would sign Mbappe while also preventing Neymar from joining rivals Real Madrid.
Cardona signs with Pachuca
Ciman set for MLS return
The defender has departed Dijon after joining the club earlier this year in a move from expansion side LAFC.
Sagna signs one-year contract with Impact
Sagna featured nine times for the Impact in 2018 as the club won five matches with him in the lineup.
“I am very satisfied that Bacary carries on with the club,” said Impact head coach Remi Garde. “He played a big role in our good second half to the season in 2018 and I am sure he will once again be an important part of the Impact in 2019.”
“I’m very happy to be back with the Impact for one more year,” said Bacary Sagna. “I hope we have a good season and make it all the way.”