Spurs striker Llorente headed to Galatasaray
The 33-year-old is yet to start a game for Spurs this season in the Premier League and is out of contract next summer.
As such, Mauricio Pochettino’s side are looking to offload the Spaniard, with a move east set to be on the cards.
Solanke undergoes Palace medical ahead of loan
Palace manager Roy Hodgson had previously indicated he was keen to bring Solanke on board and now looks to have successfully prised the Reds man to the Eagles.
Chicharito to switch Hammers for Valencia?
The Mexico international has been in good form when fit for Manuel Pellegrini’s side this season, but could depart the Premier League in the new year and cut short his stay in London.
The Mestalla club hierarchy are reported to have sanctioned the move, though they will need to agree terms with the Hammers first, who are likely to be reluctant on releasing their key man.
City join Madrid in hunt for Betis youngster
The Champions League holders see the 22-year-old as a natural successor to replace Marcelo at the club, but they may have to beat out Pep Guardiola’s side to get their man.
Junior made his senior debut for Betis earlier this year, in February, and has caught the eye of his suitors with some impressive performances this season.
Ajax planning for life after De Jong & De Ligt
The former Arsenal winger has also stated that he is already thinking how best to spend the profits from the pair’s transfer gains in terms of preparing squad for life after their exit.
Barcelona have been heavily linked with a move for both of the Dutchmen at various points in the past few months, among others.
Holgate undergoes Baggies medical ahead of loan
The 22-year-old has struggled for regular game-time at the Toffees following the arrival of Yerry Mina and Kurt Zouma, and looks set to step down to the Championship in the new year.
The Baggies are firmly entrenched in a fierce battle for the play-off spots in the second tier, with Darren Moore’s side only five points off top after league leaders Leeds and Norwich lost over the weekend.
Leipzig join Bayern in Hudson-Odoi chase
Now however, Leipzig are also believed to be chasing the 18-year-old’s signature, hoping to thwart Niko Kovac’s side as they aim to bring the youngster to the Allianz Arena.
Pulisic move to Chelsea 'announced' by Eddie Johnson
The United States international has long been linked with a switch to the Premier League and the heavily favoured Blues look to have beaten off competition to bring their man to Stamford Bridge.
The 20-year-old departure from the Bundesliga appeared to be confirmed after former Cottagers man Eddie Johnson, who has previously coached Pulisic, congratulated him with a social media post.
Napoli lead race for €35m Kouame
Valencia, AC Milan and Roma also want Genoa star
The Ivorian striker joined the Serie A side from Cittadella in the summer and has scored three times in 20 appearances.
Napoli are the team most interested in signing the 21-year-old, according to Calciomercato, which reports that Aurelio de Laurentiis wants to sign him in January and loan him back to Genoa. However, they face competition from Roma, AC Milan and Valencia.
Genoa do not want to let him go, however, and are willing to hold out for as much as €35 million (£32m/$40m) for him.
Crystal Palace confident of Solanke deal
Roy Hodgson is confident of bringing Dominic Solanke on loan to Crystal Palace.
The 21-year-old has been unable to break into the Liverpool team amid their rise to the top of the Premier League, leading to reports of a temporary move away from Anfield.
"If he comes here, it'll be up to him to show he can do that in Premier League football," the ex-England boss said."He's someone with the profile we're looking for, and the ability we are looking for."
Isco given ultimatum by Real Madrid
The Spain international has lost his place in the Madrid starting XI and has been linked with a move away from the capital city, though he insists he does not want to leave.
But Madrid are not entirely happy with the 26-year-old performances and president Florentino Perez has warned him he must get back to his best soon or else he will be sold.
Atlanta United sign Brek Shea
Vice-president and technical director Carlos Bocanegra said of Shea: “We’re pleased to add a player of Brek’s caliber and versatility to the club. He has significant experience, playing numerous years in MLS, overseas and for the U.S. Men’s National Team, and will be a great addition to our locker room.”
Golovin not leaving Monaco, insists agent
Aleksandr Golovin's agent insists the midfielder will not leave Monaco in January.
But his representative, Oleg Artyomov, insists he will spend the rest of the campaign at Monaco at least.
Inter deny talk of Mourinho return
The Portuguese coach had been linked with a move back to San Siro following his sacking from Manchester United this month.
However, Ausillo says Mourinho's shadow is no longer lingering over the club and says his side are too "rational" to hire their former boss back.
Barcelona confirm contact with Rabiot
But Spanish champions deny breaking transfer rules
Barcelona have confirmed they made contact with Adrien Rabiot over a potential move, but have denied a deal has been struck with the midfielder.
The Spanish champions were criticised by PSG for approaching the player before he is free to negotiate with other clubs with his contract expiring at the end of the season.
And although Barca published a statement admitting they have an interest in the player, they insist they have not broken any rules or reached any agreement with him.
Emery wants three new players in January
Emery feels his side need to enhance their squad with a few mid-season signings and has targeted a trio of new arrivals when the transfer window opens in the New Year.
Nicolas Pepe is said to be one of those the north London side are after, but he has insisted he does not want to leave Lille just yet.
Celtic bid for Ivorian striker Bayo
The Scottish champions are looking for a replacement for Leigh Griffiths, who has been given time off for personal reasons, and see the Ivory Coast Under 23 international as an ideal option.
The striker is playing in Slovakia with Dunajska Streda and has scored 22 goals in 32 appearances for the club, catching the eye of Brendan Rodgers.
Celtic have bid £1.75 million for him, but he is not their only target for the January window as they hope to bring Timothy Weah on loan from Paris Saint-Germain.
Pepe outlines future plans
Arsenal are among of number of clubs who have been linked with a £72 million ($91.5m) deal for the 23-year-old, who has scored 12 goals and supplied five assists in 19 games this season.
Elneny urged to leave Arsenal
Chelsea make Dybala approach
Blues hold talks over possible summer switch
Blues boss Maurizio Sarri sees the Argentine forward as the ideal replacement for Eden Hazard should the Belgian make the move to Real Madrid.
Any deal for Dybala would not be completed until the summer, with Hazard likely to stay at Chelsea until at least the end of the season.
Kabak set for Inter switch
The highly-rated 18-year-old has been linked with a number of Premier League clubs in recent weeks, including Manchester United.
Kabak is believed to be keen on a move to Serie A, though Inter have yet to agree a fee with Galatasaray for the teenager.
Rahman loan cut short
Rahman returned to Schalke for a second loan spell in January, signing an 18-month deal through to the summer of 2019.
However, the Ghana international is now expected to return to Chelsea before being loaned out to a new club for the second half of the campaign.
Hannover confirm Akpoguma deal
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Ramsey prefers Juve move
Ramsey is out of contract at the end of the season and is expected to leave Emirates Stadium after the Gunners withdrew their offer of a renewal.
PSG and Juventus are leading the chase to sign the Wales international, who is believed to favour a move to Turin.
Solskjaer 'sure' he would accept permanent Man Utd job
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he is "sure" he would agree to take the Manchester United manager's job on a permanent basis if the club offer it to him at the end of the season.
Solskjaer has won his first two Premier League matches in temporary charge of the Red Devils since succeeding Jose Mourinho earlier this month.
Man City's Ndombele bid rejected
Lyon are believed to want at least £75million (€83.2million/$95.3million) for the 22-year-old, who impressed against City in the Champions League earlier this season.
Pep Guardiola was initially reluctant to spend any big money in January but may now enter the market to find cover for midfielder Fernandinho, who has been sidelined with a thigh injury in recent weeks and was sorely missed in defeats to Crystal Palace and Leicester.
Dortmund move for Boca youngster
The 19-year-old has been a regular in the Boca starting line-up in recent weeks having only made his senior debut in August.
Milan move for Fabregas in doubt
Gattuso has repeatedly stated his interest in the World Cup winner, but believes that Financial Fair Play restrictions could stop the club bringing the midfielder to Italy.
Juve confident of Pogba deal
Italian champions not giving up on move for World Cup winner
Pogba had been tipped to leave Old Trafford after falling out with previous boss Jose Mourinho but has impressed under caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
However Juventus remain confident of sealing a summer move for the Frenchman, who is also being monitored by Barcelona.
Barca name Cillessen price
Cillessen had offers from Premier League clubs last summer but was persuaded to stay at the Camp Nou and fight for a starting spot with Marc-Andre ter Stegen.
Barcalona remain reluctant to let Cillessen leave and so won't consider any offer below the €60million release clause in his contract.
Inter could hijack Arsenal's Cahill deal
The former England international is out of contract in the summer but is expected to leave next month in search of regular first-team football.
Arsenal were believed to be favourites to land the 33-year-old, but Inter now look set to make an alternative offer.
Forlan in talks over Indonesia move
AC Milan close in on Muriel
The report claims the Rossoneri have already reached an agreement with the player and now just need to finalise the terms of the deal with his club.
Sevilla want any deal to include an obligation to make the move permanent, while Milan would prefer the opportunity to decide at the end of the season.
Saints eye Elabdellaoui move
New Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl is keen to strengthen his defence as he looks to lift the club away from the relegation zone.
Elabdellaoui is familar with English football having played for Manchester City's academy as well as a short spell on loan at Hull in 2017.
Monaco eyeing Acuna move
Thierry Henry is looking to improve his defence, and has identified the Argentine international as an ideal reinforcement for the struggling Ligue 1 side.
Acuna, 27, recently renewed his deal with Sporting through 2023, so Monaco will have to make a big offer to convince the Portuguese side to sell.
Newcastle consider move for Roofe
Newcastle are considering a move for Leeds striker Kemar Roofe, claims the Mirror.
The 25-year-old has impressed in the Championship this term, scoring 13 goals in 18 games.
Promotion-chasing Leeds would be reluctant to part with Roofe, but a hefty offer from the Magpies would force them to consider a sale.
Madrid and Barca among clubs making offers to Todibo
Todibo, who turned 19 on Sunday, is set to depart the Ligue 1 side with his contract expiring at the end of the season.
Acosta nears $5m FC Dallas move
Solksjaer aims to tie Martial & De Gea
Caretaker Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is hoping to convince Anthony Martial and David De Gea to renew their Old Trafford deals.
The pair are attracting plenty of interest from other clubs, but Solskjaer has made his case that they will be hard pressed to find a better place to ply their trade.
Arsenal join Spurs in chase for Aarons
The England U-19 full-back only made his league debut in September, but has impressed for the Canaries in the subsequent months.
Aarons is rated at £15 million ($19m), and Norwich have made clear they will not sell the 18-year-old in January unless he is loaned back for the rest of the season.
Sarri: I prefer Hazard at striker over Morata
Alvaro Morata's future has been thrown into further doubt as Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has said Eden Hazard will continue in a striker role.
Hazard has been deployed as a false nine in recent matches, with Morata not even making Chelsea's bench for the club's last four Premier League games.
Chelsea told to pay £30m for Hummels
The Blues are looking to reinforce at the back in January
The Blues are looking to reinforce at the back and have targeted the 30-year-old, who is no longer an automatic starter at Bayern.
Hummels is interested in a move to Stamford Bridge, but Bayern have given Chelsea a deadline of January 14 to make a move in order to allow the Bavarians time to sign a replacement before the January window closes.
Bayern offer more than £20m for Hudson-Odoi
The Bavarians have made a second bid for the Chelsea teenager
After reports suggesting an offer of £13.5m ($17m) had been rejected, a new bid has been made.
Chelsea are thought to be demanding £22.5m ($28.5m) for the 18-year-old, however with 18 months left on his contract they are running out of time to recoup a fee.
Lazio after Darmian with Zappacosta as plan B
Should a return move fail, Lazio will move on to Zappacosta, who has made just two Premier League appearances for the Blues this term.
Tottenham swoop for Rabiot as Barca waver
With his contract expiring at the end of the season, Rabiot had agreed a deal with Barcelona for 2019-20. However, Rabiot's mother - who acts as his agent - has increased her demand for a signing bonus from €10 million (£9m/$11m) to €15m (£13m/$17m).
That has encouraged Spurs, whose offer of an €8m (£7m/$9m) annual salary is nevertheless still considered to be too small by the Rabiot camp.
Newcastle transfer plans stall with takeover in doubt
Newcastle's ability to sign players in January is in doubt due to takeover talks stalling, reports the Mirror.
Current owner Mike Ashley has been reluctant to fund any big-money purchases for the squad and is looking to sell the club.
However, none of the four current suitors for the Magpies is close to a deal, leaving Newcastle's January transfer plans up in the air.