Salah set for long Liverpool stay - Kuyt
Former Liverpool star Dirk Kuyt says Mohamed Salah “feels happy” at Anfield and is planning a long-term stay.
The 26-year-old has starred for Liverpool since his arrival in 2017, netting 50 goals for the Reds in record time.
His form has led to rumours linking him to Real Madrid, but Kuyt believes Salah will be sticking around for some time.
Justin Kluivert would 'love' Barca move, says father Patrick
Kluivert only moved to Roma from Ajax in the summer, but the 19-year-old is already being tipped to follow in his father's footsteps and join the Blaugrana.
Puel set to surprisingly drop Vardy
Under-fire Leicester boss Claude Puel will drop Jamie Vardy for Saturday's game against West Ham, reports The Telegraph.
Vardy is reportedly furious with the manager's decision, with the Foxes having lost four of their last six Premier League matches.
The 31-year-old striker has scored three goals in seven appearances for Leicester this season.
Former Juventus chief Marotta set to take Inter role
Marotta recently left his post after a reign in which he helped Juve to seven consecutive Serie A titles and two Champions League final appearances.
Warnock: I could have signed Van Dijk for £6m!
Neil Warnock has claimed he could have signed Virgil van Dijk for £6 million ($8m) while he was managing Crystal Palace.
The current Cardiff boss will face Van Dijk and Liverpool on Saturday, after the Dutchman joined the Reds in a £75m ($96m) move in January.
Inter and Tottenham eyeing move for Malcom
The Brazilian has been mostly relegated to the bench since a summer move from Bordeaux
Barca are open to selling Malcom in January, but only if they receive more than the €40 million (£36m/$46m) they paid for his services in the summer.
Young wants new two-year deal at Man Utd
The potential deal would keep Young at Old Trafford until he is 35, extending his stay with the club to 10 years.
Young has become a key figure with United in recent seasons, and will see his current contract with the club expire next summer.
Thorgan Hazard doesn't want to play alongside brother at club level
Thorgan Hazard has said it would be “difficult” for him to play alongside his brother Eden at club level.
Pochettino laughs off links to Real Madrid job
Mauricio Pochettino has denied having knowledge of any reports linking him to the Real Madrid job.
The Tottenham boss has been mentioned as a possible replacement for the under-fire Julen Lopetegui, who could be sacked imminently.
Pochettino signed a five-year extension with Tottenham in May.
Alli nearing a new deal with Tottenham
The midfielder, whose current deal expires in 2022, has reached an agreement with the club after previously indicating his desire to stay.
Alli returned to training on Friday after overcoming a hamstring injury and could feature on Monday against Manchester City.
Kovac: Bayern won't raid surging Dortmund
Robert Lewandowski, Mario Gotze and Mats Hummels headline the list of big moves from Dortmund to Bayern, and, with the former ahead of the latter to start the season, rumours were swirling that another raid could be on the horizon.
Bayern scout Brugge striker Moraes
The Brazilian has a clause that would allow him to leave if an offer from a “big club” surfaces, paving the way for a potental Bayern move should the club choose to pursue.
Ter Stegen considered Barca exit during battle with Bravo
Marc-Andre Ter Stegen revealed that he considered leaving Barcelona during the period where he was the club's backup goalkeeper.
The German sat behind Claudio Bravo for two seasons before assuming the role of starter, and the goalkeeper admited that it was a trying time.
Liverpool planning Gomez talks
Willian never considered Man Utd or Barca move
The Brazilian has spoken of how much he is enjoying life under Maurizio Sarri, with the Blues playing “proper football” again.
Vokes pens new Burnley deal
Dembele tops Tottenham exit list
Arsenal & Man City join Under chase
Premier League giants join hunt for Roma star
Wenger on AC Milan's wanted list
Ramsey puzzled by Arsenal offer withdrawal
Aaron Ramsey admits to having received no fresh contract offer from Arsenal, with it still puzzling as to why terms he was close to agreeing were withdrawn by the club.
He said: "We all know that the contract was taken away off the table. I’m not sure exactly why because a few weeks before we sort of agreed and I was ready to sign."
Mourinho not confident on De Gea deal
Man Utd fear keeper won't pen new contract
Jose Mourinho says he is not confident in Manchester United's chances of extending David de Gea's contract.
"I am not confident, but I'm also not worried," he told Sky Sports. "I cannot find the word in English, but let's see what happens.
Juventus sees Sandro talks break down
Loftus-Cheek urged to leave Chelsea
The former Blues boss told BT Sport: “I fear for the lad. If he isn't going to get the opportunities soon then he has got to move. He's a talent - with my England hat on I need to see him playing.”
Alexis to miss Everton clash amid PSG rumours
Alexis Sanchez is set to miss Manchester United's weekend clash with PSG amid rumours he could move to PSG in January.
“In this moment he’s struggling because he’s injured and we come to the Chelsea match to try to help the team but his physical condition was not good and then he had to stop and was not available for Juventus and is not available for tomorrow again, so now is to be physically in the best conditions," he said.
Mourinho denies reports of Ibra return
Jose Mourinho has denied that Manchester United will attempt to sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic to provide cover for the misfiring Romelu Lukaku.
"No, no," he told reporters when asked if there was concrete interest.
Man Utd to announce free agent signing
Spurs line up Pope bid
Mourinho fears lack of Man Utd backing
Mourinho and his side arrived late for the Champions League clash with Juventus, and he was disappointed to discover Juve bigwigs in the tunnel, including members of the club's board, with no United representatives present.
Spurs to beat Arsenal to Almiron signing
Schweinsteiger's Fire future unsure
Chicago Fire midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger could be playing his last match for the club on Sunday.
The German told the Chicago Tribune that he didn't know if he would be back with the club next season.
"That’s a question for the general manager or the owner,” he said.
The Fire suffered through a season that, with one match remaining, saw the club pick up just eight wins and a recent release by the player's union shows that Schweinsteiger is the fourth-highest paid player in the league.
Madrid make last-ditch run at Pochettino
Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is reportedly the favourite to replace Julen Lopetegui as manager with the Spanish giants.
But club brass would rather have the Spurs boss, who they missed out on in the summer.
Mexico's Guzman drawing European interest
Victor Guzman has been the subject of interest both from clubs based in Europe and from other Mexican teams, Pachuca president Jesus Martinez said to PressPort.
The midfielder continues to play well both with Tuzos and the national team and could follow Hirving Lozano and Erick Gutierrez out the door, with the president saying he'd prefer to have the player keep growing at Pachuca before moving across the pond rather than join up with a regional rival.
Man Utd outcast Sanchez eyes January move to PSG
The forward hopes for a move to away from Old Trafford this winter
The forward has fallen out of favour at Old Trafford and grown tired of Jose Mourinho's criticisms of him, so his agents are looking for a potential exit.
Chelsea target Piatek hit with £35 million price tag
Piatek has landed on the Blues radar as Maurizio Sarri has lost faith in Alvaro Morata.
Martial rejects Man Utd contract offer
Talks to continue as the Red Devils try to lock him down
Jose Mourinho wished to sell Martial this summer, but the Red Devils brass has been working since then to try to tie the forward down with a new deal.
Though Martial, who's contract expires in 2019 but carries a one-year option, has rejected the latest offer, discussions will continue.
Crystal Palace to back Hodgson in January with striker
The Eagles are the second-worst scoring team in the Premier League this year thanks to both injuries and ineffectiveness.
Palace know they cannot rely on Christian Benteke and Conor Wickham's return to fitness to provide the boost and Hodgson will be given funds to improve his team's output.
Mourinho fears De Gea will leave on free to Juventus
De Gea has been hesitant to sign an extension to his current deal, which expires this summer but can be extended another year by the Red Devils.
Juventus have earned a reputation for luring top talent on frees and are known to be interested in De Gea - which could cause United to sell him cheaply in the summer rather than lose him for nothing.