Marotta to join Inter in January
Marotta announced he was leaving Juve last month, and will officially close the book on his eight-year reign on Thursday.
Italian federation president Gabriele Gravina wanted to bring Marotta to the FIGC, but it appears Marotta will instead be joining Juve's Serie A rivals.
Bolt unlikely to join Central Coast Mariners
Usain Bolt is unlikely to sign a professional deal with Central Coast Mariners, according to ESPN FC.
The former track star has been trialing with the Australian club, looking to make an unlikely jump into professional football.
But with his contract demands far exceeding what Mariners are willing to offer, it appears Bolt's pro career will have to begin elsewhere.
De Laurentiis opens door to Cavani return
Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis has told PSG striker Edinson Cavani that he will always be welcome at the Stadio San Paolo.
Cavani starred for Napoli between 2010 and 2013, and will face his former club in the Champions League on Wednesday in Paris.
“Cavani is always in my heart,” De Laurentiis told RMC Sport. “I brought him from Palermo to Naples. With us, he learned to be a real striker, he always reached 30 goals a season. He represented the club very well.
“Napoli will always keep the door open. The day that Cavani agrees to lower his salary, and he wants to live with his two children, he is welcome. As soon as he wants, he can come back.”
Barcelona scout young stars in Libertadores
In the match between River Plate and Gremio, Barca will be watching River duo Gonzalo Montiel and Exequiel Palacios.
Meanwhile in the tie between Boca Juniors and Palmeiras, Barca will monitor Boca's Augustin Almendra and Leonardo Balerdi, and Vitao of Palmeiras.
Icardi ignoring Barcelona transfer talk
The 25-year-old striker has been linked with a move to Spain as he continues to negotiate a new contract with Inter.
Pogba curbs Juventus return talk
Saudi Arabian crown prince prepares £4bn Man Utd takeover
Bin Salman is hoping to meet with United owners Joel and Avram Glazer over the next couple of weeks to discuss a deal.
The Glazer family will need to tread carefully, however, with Bin Salman currently embroiled in a controversy over the death of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Piatek dreaming of Barca move
Firing Lopetegui would cost Madrid €18m
The former Spain boss is under immense pressure with the Blancos on a run of four losses in five games.
Only appointed in the offseason, Lopetegui would be due the entirety of his three-year contract if he is sacked.
Moses considering Chelsea exit
Nigeria star has lost place under Sarri
Victor Moses is considering leaving Chelsea after falling out of favour this season, Goal understands.
The 27-year-old was a key player last term under Antonio Conte, but has lost his place under Maurizio Sarri.
Moses is one of several players considering their options despite the Blues' bright start to the season.
Tata Martino to leave Atlanta Utd
Gerardo Martino will leave Atlanta United at the end of the season after rejecting a new contract offer.
The Argentine's deal expires at the end of 2018 and although the club hoped to continue with him, he confirmed his decision to leave.
"The decision was not made for financial reasons, negotiations with the front office were transparent and fair. It was simply the right move for me and my family at this time."
Real Madrid plot move for Telles
The Spanish side are in need of a new left-back as they expect Marcelo to move to Italy and want to bring in a replacement whether he leaves in the next transfer window or not.
Hamburg replace Titz with Wolf
Hamburg have parted company with head coach Christian Titz after just seven months in charge.
Titz had a strong finish to the 2017-18 season but was not able to help Hamburg avoid relegation from the Bundesliga. However, an inconsistent start to life in the second tier has seen HSV decide to go in a different direction as they look to go back to the top flight.
Former Stuttgart boss Hannes Wolf has been chosen as his replacement, with Hamburg sitting just a point outside the playoffs after 10 games.
HSV have parted company with Christian Titz - Hannes Wolf has taken over as head coach. pic.twitter.com/TZLKa5Jbc5— HSV English (@HSV_English) October 23, 2018
Ter Stegen open to Neymar Barca return
Marc-Andre ter Stegen has suggested that he would be keen to see Neymar back at Barcelona.
The PSG forward left Camp Nou back in 2017 for a world-record €222 million (£196m/$255m) fee but rumours have linked the Brazilian with a sensational return.
And Ter Stegen says he is good friends with Neymar and that "having the best" players at Barca is always a good thing.
Mourinho waiting to be sacked so he can take Madrid job
Real director has held talks with Man Utd boss
The United boss is under pressure at Old Trafford following a disappointing start to the season that sees them languishing in 10th place in the Premier League table.
And El Pais claim that Mourinho has held talks with Madrid director Jose Angel Sanchez but that the situation is complicated by the Portuguese not being willing to resign from his current position and give up a hefty pay-out.
QPR to sign Entente SSG youngster
PSG eye Griezmann as Neymar successor
Ligue 1 champs target Atleti ace
Paris Saint-Germain are lining up Antoine Griezmann as Neymar's successor, according to El Chiringuito.
They are already putting together a sizeable offer to persuade the World Cup winner to return to France.
Real Madrid warned they must find Ronaldo successor
Real Madrid must buy a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo because Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema cannot replace his goals, Predrag Mijatovic says.
The Champions League holders are on a five-game winless streak and have scored just once in that run and their former player believes they must bring in a new star in January.
Juventus still eye Pogba and Marcelo
Alex Sandro could be leaving Serie A giants
The Serie A champions are hoping to add further star power to their side after landing Cristiano Ronaldo, and the wantaway Manchester United star is a favoured option. Juve may have some bargaining power in negotiations as United, along with Manchester City, hold an interest in Alex Sandro and the Italians are considering letting him leave.
How Ronaldo and Mourinho's relationship deteriorated at Real Madrid
How do Man City replace Fernandinho?
Fernandinho is arguably Manchester City's most important player this season and the club are looking to ease their reliance on him in the January window.
Frankfurt want to keep loanee Trapp
Eintracht Frankfurt have already decided they want to keep PSG loanee Kevin Trapp.
The goalkeeper is out of the picture in France but has played regularly back in his homeland.
"It's too soon to speak of anything concrete, but we certainly want to keep him," sporting director Bruno Hubner told Bild.
Concerns over Dembele's Barcelona form grow
The France international has struggled since moving to Camp Nou last summer from Dortmund, and could lose his place to Malcom.
Indeed, should the Brazilian take his chance, it could scupper Arsenal's hopes of signing him, while potentially putting Dembele on the market.
Tension growing at PSG between Tuchel and Henrique
While things are going well for PSG on the field, there is tension behind the scenes between coach Thomas Tuchel and sporting director Antero Henrique, L'Equipe reports.
The Portuguese's choices, notably in the transfer market, have not won unanimous back in the French capital and his relationship with the German is frosty.
Arsene Wenger continues to be linked with Henrique's job.
Waston set to leave Whitecaps
The dismissal of coach Carl Robinson and the club's failure to make the MLS playoffs have caused the Costa Rican to consider his future elsewhere.
Waston is a player that could interest a number of other MLS clubs while Asia is also said to be an option for the veteran defender.
Spartak Moscow sack manager
Barca looking to move for Milinkovic-Savic
The midfielder has a number of admirers around Europe
Facing three competitions this year, the club is looking to reinforce in the midfield with several other options like Arturo Vidal, Denis Suarez, Rafinha and Sergi Samper failing to impress.
Lazio is unlikely to want to sell in January, but Barca hope to use one of the club's out of favour players as a makeweight to facilitate a deal.
Central Coast Mariners still negotiating with Bolt
Central Coast Mariners and Usain Bolt are approaching a crossroads in their negotiations.
The club remains in discussions with the former track star, but it remains to be seen if they can reach a middle ground on a deal.
Earthquakes to exercise option on Wondolowski
Wondolowski is just a goal away from equaling the MLS scoring record as he chases Landon Donovan's record of 145 finishes.
The 35-year-old forward will have one more match this season to hit that mark as the Quakes face the Seattle Sounders to close the campaign.
Real Madrid eye Conte at expense of Hazard pursuit
The pair did not appear to end on good terms at Chelsea
Antonio Conte is the No. 1 target in Real Madrid's potential coaching search, although hiring the Italian could have big ramifications.
According to the Mirror, Conte is looking for a long-term deal with the club, and leadership isn't quite convinced about giving to him.
Furthermore, the hiring of Conte would likely end the club's pursuit of Eden Hazard given the difficult relationship between the manager and the Belgian winger.
Chelsea will be watching the situation closely as the Premier League club looks to keep hold of Hazard while also getting out of Conte's severance package should the coach find a new job.
Inter's Skriniar yet to sign new deal amid links with Manchester clubs
The defender last spoke to the club about a new deal three months ago with the two parties agreeing to a rough deal that is yet to be finalized.
The club is confident that Skriniar is still willing to sign that deal, which would keep him in Italy through 2023.
Man City eye Fernandinho replacements
Manchester City understand that the club is a bit too reliant on Fernandinho, and the club is looking to bring in reinforcements in the midfield sooner rather than later.
The focus remains on Ajax star Frenkie de Jong, although the club would look to bring in someone in January with two potential options leading the way.
Monza hires former Milan and Lazio midfielder Brocchi as manager
Brocchi's hiring reunited the former Italian midfielder with the former Milan owner, who purchased the Serie C club in December.
The Italian manager, who replaces Marco Zaffaroni, briefly took charge of Milan in 2016 after managing the club's youth team while also enjoying a stint as manager of Brescia.
Fulham set to open talks with Sessegnon
The winger remains the club's prized asset and has 18 months left on his current deal.
Sorting out a new deal for Sessegnon is now the club's big priority as the winger has looked up to speed in his nine Premier League appearances this season.