Hysaj could have joined Chelsea - agent
With Sarri leaving Napoli last summer and joining Chelsea, Hysaj could have followed his old manager again, according to his agent, if not for president Aurelio De Laurentiis.
Lewandowski had multiple offers to leave Bayern Munich
Though it seems the Blancos were less keen to reciprocate in terms of an offer despite the sale of Cristiano Ronaldo, Lewandowski has insisted there were clubs interested in his services, though he knew Bayern were unlikely to allow him to leave.
De Jong growing tired of 'annoying' Barca talk
Barca are considered to view the Netherlands international as a long-term successor to Andres Iniesta, with Goal having revealed their interest in doing a €30 million (£27m/$35m) deal over the summer.
Ajax have refused to sell the midfielder, and de Jong concedes all the chatter have gone from flattering to irritating in a matter of months.
Pochettino plans £85m worth of January additions
The pair could cost Tottenham £85 million ($112m), but the club may be willing to finance those additions.
Pochettino recommended Martino for Mexico
The report indicates that Guillermo Cantu, the General Secretary of the Mexican association, met with Pochettino hoping to offer him the job, but the manager instead suggested the current Atlanta United boss.
Ramsey may be running away from Ozil battle says Smith
Aaron Ramsey has seen his stomach for a selection fight with Arsenal team-mate Mesut Ozil questioned as he continues to head towards free agency.
Ramsey is into the final year of his current contract and has offered no indication that he will be penning an extension, with Arsenal’s most recent offer reported to have been rescinded.
Former Gunners striker Alan Smith is disappointed to see Ramsey run down his deal but wonders if the battle for places with Mesut Ozil is influencing his decision making.
Man Utd to hold Mata contract talks
'Liverpool need a De Bruyne or Silva'
Liverpool need to be in the market for a Kevin De Bruyne or David Silva, says Jamie Carragher, with the Reds considered to be in need of a “bit more quality in midfield”.
Milan beat Barca to Lucas Paqueta
AC Milan have a "basic agreement" with Flamengo to bring attacking midfielder Lucas Paqueta to San Siro, general manager Leonardo has revealed.
The Brazilian side's director of sport Carlos Noval shot down reports that Milan had agreed a €35 million (£30.6m)/$40.5m) deal to sign the 21-year-old in January amid suggestions Liverpool, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain are also keen.
Real keen on re-signing Hermoso
'Sancho set to make Dortmund a lot of money'
Jadon Sancho has been hailed as “a perfect player” by Lothar Matthaus, with a £7 million ($9m) bargain expected to make Borussia Dortmund a sizeable profit in the transfer market.
The former Ballon d'Or winner told The Sun: "They bought him for only £7m. And they know that in three or four years’ time, when it is right for Sancho to move on, they will get an awful lot more than that."
Hazard rules out January transfer
Real Madrid growing tired of Bale
Time up for Welsh forward in Spain?
They were prepared to give him a chance to shine in the wake of Cristiano Ronaldo's departure, but believe he continues to put his own interests ahead of those of the club.
Loftus-Cheek urged to quit Chelsea
Gracia to land new Watford deal
Monaco part with Jardim
Hazard set on Real Madrid switch
Blues star to join Blancos in 2019
The Belgium international has long been linked with a switch to the Spanish giants and intends to make 2019 the year in which a big-money transfer is completed.
Alderweireld offers Man Utd hope
The Belgium international is set to see his current agreement in north London expire at the end of the season, although Spurs do have the option to take up a 12-month extension which will activate a £25 million ($33m) buyout option for the 29-year-old’s many suitors.
Torino eye Candreva loan
Barcelona eye De Ligt & De Jong bids
Inter consider Porto raid
Juve, Barca and Milan in Rabiot battle
The France international is set to be out of contract at the end of the season, with the battle now on to try and land him as a free agent.
'Mourinho still the right man for United'
Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes Jose Mourinho can deliver a Premier League title for Manchester United, but has warned the Portuguese cannot “do miracles” with an underperforming side.
The man at the Old Trafford helm has seen his future called into question on a regular basis of late, but he retains the backing of a former Red Devils striker.
Barcelona open De Ligt discussions
Those at Camp Nou are eager to bring in a long-term successor to Gerard Pique at centre-half and consider a 19-year-old Netherlands international to be the perfect choice.
Paqueta to Milan nearing conclusion
Flamengo director of sport Carlos Noval denied that AC Milan have reached a deal to sign star Lucas Paqueta, though he believes a transfer could be finalised in "two weeks".
Reports had suggested that the deal was done and that Leonardo had helped swap the midfielder's decision to join Milan.
And while Noval says nothing is finalized, he does believe that the deal will get done in the near future.
Atlanta United brushes off Almiron to Arsenal links
The midfielder is worth 'triple' the price being touted
Reports surfaced last week that the midfielder would be sold to the Gunners, but the MLS side says no such deal exists.
“You’ve made it when they start to make up quotes from you," Eales said to 92.9 The Game. "One was they called me Eagles and the other was the $11 million (£8m) fee. It would take triple that to even get out of bed to look at offers for Almiron.”
No shortage of suitors for Ibarra
Minnesota United isn't actively shopping Miguel Ibarra, but the club will have no shortage of options should it feel the need to move him on, according to The Athletic's Jeff Rueter.
The MLS outfit offloaded Christian Ramirez, another of the club's early cornerstone players, earlier in the season and the report claims that there will be multiple trade offers for Ibarra this winter.
Lucas turned down Real Madrid offer
Terry lands assistant coaching job with Villa
Terry, who announced his retirement from playing on Sunday, spent last season with Villa, who have also announced Jesus Garcia Pitarch as their new sporting director.
Arsenal and Tottenham target frustrated Bailly
The Manchester United defender has emerged as a target of the two London clubs
Bailly is said to be frustrated with life at Old Trafford under Jose Mourinho, and could be tempted to leave Manchester in January.
Mauricio Pochettino is counted as an admirer of the Ivorian, while Unai Emery is familiar with the defender from his days in La Liga.
While Man Utd may be reluctant to sell to a rival, Bailly has started just five games for the club this season.
Sarri looking to bring Romagnoli to Chelsea
Sarri is after a replacement for Gary Cahill, who could leave in January, as well as Andreas Christensen, who could also be leaving the club this year.
Juventus the latest club linked to Ramsey
The Arsenal midfielder is out of a contract this summer and has reportedly drawn attention from a number of big clubs.
Juventus are now counted among them as Ramsey could sign a lucrative pre-contract with the Italian club in January.
Klinsmann will only return to coaching with top job
Jurgen Klinsmann says it will take a top job to lure him back into management.
The German has been out of coaching since his tenure with the U.S. national team ended in 2016.
AC Milan beat Liverpool and Man Utd to Paqueta
Milan have agreed to a £30 million ($39.6m) deal for the 21-year-old midfielder and is expected to join in January.