Kirovski: Zlatan will not move to AC Milan
Robertson reveals aborted Stoke move
Sevilla consider deal to re-sign Iborra
Iborra, 30, spent four years at Sevilla between 2013 and 2017 before joining the Foxes at the start of last season.
However, the Spaniard has struggled for gametime since his arrival in the Premier League and could be set to seek an exit sooner rather than later.
Sevilla midfielder Maxime Gonalons has recently been sidelined with injury and its claimed that the La Liga side are considering an attempt to try and lure Iborra back to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium as cover.
Barcelona and Liverpool chasing Jovic
Catalan giants Barcelona are said to have had scouts in attendance to watch Jovic during Serbia's recent clash against Montenegro.
Liverpool, meanwhile, are also said to be keeping a close eye on Jovic's performances in the Bundesliga, with the intentions of signing him to compete with Roberto Firmino.
Jovic has scored nine goals in nine league games for Eintracht Frankfurt this season.
Juventus step up Rashford chase
England forward a target for Serie A Champions
The Italian giants are said to have compiled a dossier on the 21-year-old and recently made 'discreet checks' on the player's background and character.
Rashford is contracted to United until 2020, with the Red Devils also having the option of extending that by a further year.
The Manchester-born striker will want assurances over gametime if he's to sign a new deal with his boyhood club and it seems Juventus are ready to pounce if he decides to move on.
Besiktas keen to tie up Hernandez deal
The former Manchester United forward is finding opportunities hard to come by this season, with Marko Arnautovic firmly established as Manuel Pellegrini's first choice striker.
This report claims that Besiktas would like to sign Hernandez on loan in January, with club president Fikret Orman apparently set to fly to London for negotiations.
The Turkish giants are searching for reinforcements in attack having sold Cenk Tosun and Alvaro Negredo earlier this year.
Real to look for new striker in January
Madrid have struggled for goals since Cristiano Ronaldo left for Juventus in the summer, and it is thought they may look to strengthen when the transfer window opens in the new year.
Arnautovic happy at West Ham - Cole
Marko Arnautovic is happy at West Ham and has no desire to leave, according to ex-Hammer Carlton Cole, as per Sky Sports.
The Austrian has reportedly attracted the attention of Manchester United and Chelsea with his eye-catching displays so far this season, but former West Ham player Cole believes the forward is content at the London Stadium.
He said: "Do you know what, he's happy at this club. I don't think he's looking actively to go and leave. He's loved here."
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Suarez wants Barca stay despite Premier League links
The midfielder has featured just once for the Spanish champions this term and has apparently attracted interest from the Premier League.
However, ESPN say the 24-year-old has no plan to leave Camp Nou and will see out the remainder of the season with Ernesto Valverde's men.
Man Utd urged to buy two defenders
Dimitar Berbatov has warned Manchester United that they need two more centre-backs to strengthen their defence.
The Red Devils tried to sign a new defender before the season began but were left disappointed after pursuing Kalidou Koulibaly and Toby Alderweireld.
And ex-United and Tottenham star Berbatov believes they still need to invest in that area.
"In every other position they have several quality players and everything they need, so just defence needs reinforcing," he said. "Hopefully they can find one or two and then they should be okay."
Vermaelen considering Premier League return
Watford and Southampton want Belgian defender
Thomas Vermaelen could be set for a move back to the Premier League, according to Mundo Deportivo.
The Belgian defender has made just three appearances for Barcelona this season and is out injured once again with a hamstring problem.
Juventus could send Kean on loan to Dutch club
Juventus may send Moise Kean on loan to Eredivisie team PEC Zwolle.
The 18-year-old Italy Under 21 international has been tipped for big things, but the Bianconeri are considering sending him out on a second loan spell.
The striker's agent, Mino Raiola, has strong connections with PEC Zwolle and previously delivered ex-Juventus player Ouasim Bouy to the Dutch side on loan.
And Zwolle's head scout Ben Hendrix has suggested he will try to get Kean on a temporary spell, but admits it will be difficult.
"Certainly for Kean it will be difficult and will depend a lot on Juventus," he said.
Pogba wants to return to Juve
The France international left the Bianconeri in 2016 to take in a second spell at Manchester United, but has faced plenty of criticism during his time at Old Trafford and is eager to head back to Italy.
Marotta plotting Inter bid for SMS
Mourinho checked out Witsel
Barca set Dembele asking price
Juventus planning to pair Mbappe with Ronaldo
Bianconeri want World Cup winner
The World Cup winner is currently on the books at Paris Saint-Germain, but a big-money bid could lure him away from his homeland.
Simeone wants Ajax star to replace Filipe Luis
The 26-year-old has made a big impact since joining the Dutch side in January and has captained Argentina in recent matches.
Diego Simeone has been impressed by his compatriot and hopes to bring him to the Spanish capital as he looks for an option to replace Filipe Luis, who turned 33 this year.
Dembele running out of time at Barcelona
The France international has had a dismal start to life in Catalunya, as he is yet to break into Ernesto Valverde's team and has been punished for turning up late.
As the issues persist, Barca are getting fed up with the winger and have warned him they will sell him at the end of the season if he does not show more commitment.
The Blaugrana have no plans to let him go in January, but the former Borussia Dortmund star may not be at Camp Nou for much longer as interest from the Premier League groes.
Roma eye Barca's Rafinha
As his struggles continue, Rafinha is likely to look for a way out in the coming transfer window, and Roma sporting director Monchi has already spoken to his representatives.
However, there is expected to be a lot of interest in the 25-year-old, so the Italian side will face some heavy competition.
Real Madrid plot January bid for De Jong
Race for Ajax star heats up
But Madrid are not willing to wait that long as they see De Jong as the ideal successor to Luka Modric and will try to bring him to the Spanish capital at the turn of the year.
Chelsea target Pulisic not leaving Dortmund - Zorc
Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc says there is no chance Christian Pulisic will leave in January.
Zorc, however, insists the winger will be in Germany until the end of the season at least.
French winger on trial at Hearts
Hearts have taken French winger Killian Colombie on trial, The Scotsman reports.
However, he will spend time with the Scottish Premiership side as he is eager to secure a deal in Europe.
Giroud not planning Chelsea exit
Olivier Giroud is planning to “stick in there” at Chelsea, with there no plans on his part to push for a transfer despite slipping behind Alvaro Morata in the Blues pecking order.
He told Telefoot: “I am going to fight and for the moment, it is not a question about seeking a departure.”
Is Pickford the man to replace De Gea?
Jordan Pickford has been linked with a £60 million ($77m) move to Manchester United as successor to David de Gea, but Gary Neville has questioned the credentials of a goalkeeper that makes him "nervous".
The former Red Devils defender told Sky Sports: "He’s not my idea of what a goalkeeper would be. I always thought a keeper should be dominant."
Four clubs form Sanchez scramble
Montreal Impact looking to land Betis midfielder Boudebouz
The MLS side will reportedly have competition from a French club, but the Canadian club could be willing to make a €10 million (£9m/$11m) which would represent a gain for the Spanish club on the €8m (£7m/$9m) the club spent on the Algerian last year.
Barca to hold talks with Alena over his future
The midfielder has seen limited time with Barcelona's first team, and the club are set to decide if he will be brought into the fold full-time, at the risk of not seeing the field often, or if they will explore other options which could include keeping him with Barca B for the rest of the season.
Milan to take Fabregas from Chelsea
Serie A side looking to land midfielder this winter
The Italian side are facing major injury concerns and are looking to be active in the winter window, with CalcioMercato claiming that they have already made contact to find out what it would take to land the Spanish midfielder.
Juve join chase for Mexico star Herrera
Reports in Portugal (via Record) claim that, with the 28-year-old having failed to agree a new deal with the Portuguese club, the Italian side have joined a long list of suitors that includes the like of Arsenal, AC Milan and Roma.
The deal with Juventus would not happen this winter however, with Juve interested in landing a pre-contract with the midfielder ahead of the summer window.
Neymar doesn't want to play with Ramos
The Brazilian wants the defender gone before he joins Madrid
Could Sergio Ramos be the stumbling block that keeps Neymar out of Real Madrid?
Barca to look for Umtiti cover as injury persists
The French defender has had his return date from a knee injury sustained in October postponed several times by Barca and Ernesto Valverde could look to strengthen if the problem persists.
Real meet Corinthians over Pedrinho transfer
Corinthians midfielder Pedrinho is a target for Real Madrid with Florentino Perez reportedly having met with his Corinthians counterpart Andres Sanchez over a deal.
Former Juve CEO Marotta in talks to become Inter chief
Marotta is keen to discuss the details of his proposed role at the club before putting pen to paper on a three-year contract.
Piatek eyes move to a big club after blistering Genoa start
Krzysztof Piatek is eyeing a move to a big club after making a blistering start to the new Serie A season.
"The dream of those who come to Genoa is that they use it as a stepping stone towards a big club," Piatek told Corriere della Sera.
"If I continue this way, I could sign for a big club. My objective is to play in the Champions League."