Laporte's 14-year-old brother drawing attention
Leo Laporte, brother of Man City defender Aymeric, is generating attention from several big clubs, according to Sud-Ouest.
Unlike his older brother the 14-year-old Leo is an attacker, and plenty of scouts have seen him play at current club SU Agen Football.
Lyon, St-Etienne and Athletic Bilbao are just a few of the clubs tracking the progress of the younger Laporte.
Leeds looking at Woodman loan
Leeds want to bring Newcastle goalkeeper Freddie Woodman in on loan in January, according to The Sun.
The Championship side are looking to bring in competition for starter Bailey Peacock-Farrell, and have identified the England U-21 keeper as an ideal option.
Woodman has been frustrated at Newcastle, where he has not been able to climb higher than third on the depth chart.
Nolan to take over at Wimbledon
AFC Wimbledon will announce Kevin Nolan as their new manager on Thursday, The Sun reports.
The former West Ham midfielder was sacked by Notts County in August, and has been out of work since then.
Wimbledon are currently 23rd out of 24 teams in League One.
Godin could make AC Milan switch
City vs Spurs for teenage Toulouse striker
United join Liverpool and Chelsea in Pulisic chase
Chelsea are said to want the US star, 20, in January - something Dortmund won't agree to.
The German publication claims United have joined their Premier League rivals in showing an interest in the player - with a summer move mooted.
Trio of clubs fancy Liverpool's Solanke for loan
Anfield boss Jurgen Klopp suggested last week the 21-year-old could be given the chance to spend the second half of the season at another club after struggling to establish himself in the first team following his move from Chelsea last year.
Rangers should move for Cole - Parlour
And Parlour thinks he could do a job in Glasgow saying on Sky Sports’ The Debate: “I’m sure there’ll be lots of clubs interested.
“Stevie G is a great shout at Rangers. He’s had a fantastic career and I think that he can do a job definitely for another season."
'You never know' - Shaqiri could return to Italy
“Go back to Italy? I'm fine at Liverpool, but you never know.”
No hurry to seal De Gea United deal
Talks over a new long-term deal have resumed and the goalkeeper stands to earn an bumper pay rise if he stays - something manager Jose Mourinho says he is confident will happen.
But with United set trigger a 12-month option on De Gea’s current contract, which expires at the end of this season, before January 1, the report says there is no immediate panic to get a deal finalised.
Villa to leave New York City
David Villa will leave New York City FC when his contract expires later this month.
“My experience here was amazing,” said the 36-year-old told the club's website. “It gave me everything as a soccer player, as a person, and as a family man."
"My heart is here and I’m an NYC FC supporter forever.”
Some reports claim he could have a final swansong in Japanese football.
Bayern lead race for Hudson-Odoi
Schweinsteiger back at Chicago Fire for 2019 season
Sousa in line to replace Hughes as Southampton boss
They report the Portuguese coach is understood to have attended the Saints' 3-2 defeat at Fulham last weekend and is their preferred choice to succeed the under-fire Hughes should they dismiss him.
Southampton have won only once this season and sit in the relegation zone above Cardiff and Fulham.
Gracia signs new deal with Watford
Watford boss Javi Gracia has agreed to a new contract, the club announced.
The Spanish manager has signed a new four-and-a-half-year deal, committing him to Vicarage Road until 2023 with the option for three further seasons.
Gracia was appointed in January and was named Premier League Manager of the Month in August.
“I am very happy to extend my contract,” added Gracia. “I am very proud in this moment to be part of this club and to belong here for more seasons.”
'Bayern haven't considered Wenger or any other coach'
Bayern Munich sporting director Hasan Salihamidzic insists the club have not looked into moving on from Niko Kovac, for Arsene Wenger or any other coach.
Kovac has come under fire as Bayern sit fifth in the Bundesliga, but Salihamidzic insists the club is sticking by him.
Manchester United eye Pickford and Oblak as potential de Gea replacements
Keylor Navas is seen as another option should Man Utd be unable to convince the two clubs to part with their prized goalkeepers.
Barca set to offer Alba new deal
The club are set to offer the Spanish star a deal that will keep him with the club through 2023, although Alba will request a significant pay raise.
Dortmund respond to Kagawa transfer comments
It is thought that Sevilla are the frontrunners in the race for his signature.
Hudson-Odoi keen on Bayern move
The 18-year-old is understood to be frustrated by a lack of first team opportunities at Stamford Bridge this term and Bayern Munich are said to be eager to snap up the prospect.
Milan hold Christensen loan talks
The Danish international has fallen behind Antonio Rudiger and David Luiz in the defensive pecking order at Stamford Bridge, and is believed to be seeking more game time elsewhere.
Talks have supposedly opened in recent days, with the availability of Cesc Fabregas and Gary Cahill also on the agenda.
Man City ready to seal deal on Steffen
The goalkeeper currently plays for Columbus Crew, and it was reported earlier in the week that City were weighing up a move to provide cover for Ederson.
It is now believed that a deal worth around £7.8 million is almost complete, although Steffen could be loaned out to Girona until the end of the season.
Dembele tells Barca he wants to stay
The French winger has been linked with a move away following a tumultuous spell at Camp Nou, but it is also understood that Barca have no intention of selling him this winter.
Dembele scored his seventh goal of the season with a late equaliser against Atletico Madrid at the weekend.
Mourinho eyes move for Militao
Jose Mourinho has been open in his desire to recruit defensive reinforcements but is of the opinion that he will have limited funds in January, ruling out the likes of Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly.
As such, he has started exploring younger and more affordable options, with Militao standing out after a stellar first season in Portugal.
Lukaku opens up on Man Utd future
Perisic wants PL move
Ivan Perisic wants to move to the Premier League.
Llorente considers Real exit
Marcos Llorente says he will make a decision on his future in January.
“When the winter market arrives I will talk to the club and my family. I will decide from there what is best for me," he said.
Cole offered return to England
Cole was released by LA Galaxy, but has reportedly been offered a reduced contract by the MLS club. However, the 37-year-old could be ready to call time on his spell in the United States and ply his trade in the second tier.
AC Milan confident of signing Fabregas
The Spanish midfielder will be a free agent at the end of the season, but the Italian side have already made contact with him over a mid-season transfer.
Fabregas has made just three appearances in the Premier League this term and is open to getting his career back on track in Italy.
Juventus lead Europe's giants in race for Todibo
Barca, Man Utd, Bayern and Dortmund eye teenager
The 18-year-old Toulouse centre-back has made just 10 senior appearances since breaking into the first-team this season, but he has already convinced Europe's biggest teams to swoop in for him in January.
Todibo will not sign a new contract with the French side as he hopes to leave and has a big selection of clubs to choose from.
Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Manchester United, Napoli, Borussia Dortmund, Schalke and Lyon all want him, but it is Juve who have the best chance as he fancies teaming up with Cristiano Ronaldo and Giorgio Chiellini.
Lyon's Rafael reveals Flamengo offer
The defender left Fluminense to join Manchester United without making a senior appearance in his homeland and then went to Lyon seven years later.
Still a key player for the French side, the 28-year-old told Globoesporte that he is not ready to go back to Brazil and will only do so for Fluminense or Botafogo.
"There was a proposal, it was very good, but I don't think of going back to Brazil now," he said. "I thank Flamengo for the proposal, but I'm not thinking about returning."
De Jong & De Ligt will cost €140m
Ajax outline huge fees for Man City & Barca
But Ajax are confident of getting around €65m (£58m/$73m) for De Ligt, while they want a bit extra for superstar midfielder De Jong - rated at €75m (£66m/$85m).
LAFC decline option on Costa Rica international Urena
Van Gaal: Neymar not good for Barcelona
The former Barca boss sees the Brazilian as a young player who needs to grow up and has warned the Spanish club to think carefully before bringing him back into the side.
Arsenal to make €60m offer for James
The Colombian is unhappy at Bayern, and is hoping to leave the club as soon as he can.
Arsenal will look to rescue the 27-year-old, but any transfer will be complicated by the fact the Gunners must negotiate with both Rodriguez's parent club Real Madrid and his on-loan home Bayern.
Club Tijuana looking to sign two former FC Dallas players
Club Tijuana boss Oscar Pareja is after Maynor Figueroa and Walker Zimmerman, according to ESPN Mexico.
Pareja was named Tijuana's new manager on Tuesday, one week after announcing his departure from FC Dallas after five seasons in charge.
Figueroa, 35, is out of contract after FC Dallas declined his option, while Zimmerman, 25, is also a free agent after his deal with Los Angeles FC expired.
Liverpool won't sell Fabinho in January
However, Jurgen Klopp has told Liverpool's hierarchy he does not want to let the Brazilian leave the club.
Harkes set to leave D.C. United
The 23-year-old homegrown midfielder saw his playing time diminish in 2018 and had his contract option declined by the club.
Isco considering Real Madrid exit
The midfielder has seen his playing time reduced under new manager Santiago Solari
The 26-year-old has not started any of new manager Santiago Solari's six matches in charge so far, and wasn't even named to the bench for Tuesday's win over Roma.
Mourinho: De Gea 'wants to stay'
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is confident that goalkeeper David de Gea wants to stay at the club.
Recent reports have suggested United may be forced to sell the Spain international, whose contract is up at the end of the season but contains an option to extend for one more year.
Chelsea, Inter and Juve chasing Tonali
The 18-year-old has caught the eye of several big sides around Europe, having recently earned his first senior Italy call-up and being dubbed the "new Andrea Pirlo."
Inter have been scouting Tonali for a while and have made contact with his entourage, while Juve and Chelsea have recently sent their own scouts to follow the teenager.
Galaxy offer Cole reduced new deal
The 37-year-old saw his contract option for 2019 declined by the Galaxy on Monday, making him a free agent.
Spurs planning £35m Allen offer in January
The 27-year-old has become an integral part of his side and has recently broken through to make his debut for Brazil as well.
Though Spurs are in the market for midfield reinforcements, Napoli are unlikely to entertain any bids for Allen in the January window.