McCarthy agrees to take over as Ireland manager
Everton eye Gabigol loan
The Brazilian has rediscoverd his form on loan at Santos in his home country, scoring 17 goals this season after a difficult spell with Inter and then on loan at Benfica.
Inter would prefer to sell Barbosa outright, but the Toffees will look to make a loan move for the 22-year-old in January.
Simeone confirms contract talks for Oblak
Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone has confirmed that the club have opened contract talks with goalkeeper Jan Oblak.
The Slovenia international has developed into one of the world's top shot-stoppers, and Atletico are keen to tie down their star man.
Kepa hails Sevilla's permanent Andre Silva signing
After Silva's hot start to the season, Sevilla sporting director Joaquin Caparros has claimed his side will trigger the purchase option in the Portugal striker's loan from Milan.
U.S. finalizing agreement with Berhalter
U.S. Soccer is finalizing an agreement with Gregg Berhalter to be the new manager of the U.S. men's national team, Yahoo! Sports reports.
The Columbus Crew manager has long been considered the front-runner for the position, which has been filled by Dave Sarachan on an interim basis for more than a year.
An announcement is expected late next week, with a press conference to be held in early December.
Chelsea must be cautious over Icardi - Hasselbaink
Icardi has been tipped for a move to England after scoring at least 20 league goals in three of the past four seasons, and has yet to agree to a contract extension with Inter.
Galatasaray interested in Solanke
Galatasray have been in pursuit of Liverpool's Divock Origi in recent weeks but, if that move doesn't come to fruition, the club has another target.
According to Fotosport, the Turkish club is interested in Reds forward Dominic Solanke, who Jurgen Klopp hinted could go on loan in January.
Origi is seen as likely to go to Wolves, while Solanke could certainly use the first-team minutes after struggling last season before failing to appear, so far, this campaign.
'Barcelona too big for Dembele'
Former Barcelona midfielder Bernd Schuster says Barcelona made a mistake signing Ousmane Dembele, adding that the club is "too big for him”.
Dembele has scored six goals for Barcelona this season, but reports of tardiness have only intensified the pressure on the World Cup winner.
“There are players who are worthy of playing for Barcelona and others who aren't and you can see that from the start,” former Blaugrana star Schuster.
Choudhury signs new deal with Leicester City
Choudhury came up through Leicester's academy and began his breakthrough with the first team with eight appearances last season.
The 21-year-old midfielder has appeared just once this campaign, though, as Leicester sit 10th in the league.
Rabiot set for one final meeting to determine PSG future
Adrien Rabiot is set to meet with PSG president Nasser Al Khelaifi one final time in an effort to work out a deal, according to Sport.
Rabiot is out of contract this summer, with Barcelona seen as one of several clubs after his signature.
PSG are expected to offer a significant contract to the midfielder, who would command a high signing-on fee should he move on a free transfer this summer.
Campbell linked with Macclesfield Town
Former Arsenal star Sol Campbell has been linked with the vacant managerial position at League Two side Macclesfield Town.
According to BBC, Campbell is in talks with the club, which currently sits bottom of the league with just one win from 18 matches.
Campbell has never managed before but has been involved with the England U-21 setup.
The former defender has previously been linked with Grimsby Town and Oxford United
Klopp stunned by Fabinho rumours
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is baffled by the “completely crazy” speculation suggesting that Fabinho could be moved on after just a few months at Anfield.
The Reds boss is, however, prepared to consider letting Dominic Solanke leave on loan if a suitable offer is tabled in January.
Chelsea hopeful on Hazard deal
Juve to block Benatia & Rugani moves
Juventus are ready to block January departures for Medhi Benatia and Daniele Rugani, Goal understands.
'Rashford will be considering Real Madrid move'
The former Red Devils striker told Betfair: “I would be very sad to see him leave and Manchester United need to do all they can to keep him, but you can see why players head get turned when names like Real Madrid are mentioned."
Barcelona planning January move for Ivanovic
The Catalan giants are attracted to the possibility of acquiring Ivanovic on a short-term deal, given that they are hopeful of signing Matthijs De Ligt from Ajax next summer.
New Man Utd deal for Smalling?
Jose Mourinho claims to be in the dark when it comes to contract talks with Chris Smalling.
The Manchester United manager said when quizzed about fresh terms for the defender: "I don’t know, honestly, I don’t know."
Alcacer completes Dortmund switch
Arsenal and Tottenham monitoring Quintero
Both Premier League clubs are set to send scouts over to South America to watch the Columbian play in the Copa Libertadores final this weekend against Boca Juniors.
Real Madrid are also interested, but Spurs may have the edge as compatriot Davinson Sanchez has already offered Quintero a glowing reference.
Perez wants to bring Cavani to Real Madrid
Los Blancos President Florentino Perez has long been an admirer of the Uruguayan star and hopes to secure his signature for a €60m (£53m, $68m) fee in the new year.
Cavani, 32, has scored eight goals in eight Ligue 1 games for PSG this term and remains one of the most deadly centre-forwards in European football.
Schone extends his Ajax contract until 2020
Ajax midfielder Lasse Schone has put pen to paper on a new one-year deal at the Johan Cruyff Arena.
According to Ajax' official Twitter account, the 32-year-old's original deal was set to expire at the end of the season, but he will now remain with the club until at least 2020.
Schone expressed his delight following the announcement on Friday, stating: "I am happy that the option has been lifted and that I can stay with this great club for another year."
Higuain could be sent back Juventus from AC Milan
The Rossoneri paid €18m (£16m, $20m) to bring in the Argentine on loan during the last transfer window, before agreeing a €36m (£32m, $41m) option to buy.
However, Milan could end up losing €37m (£33m, $42m) from their overall budget by the time his contract exipres in 2021 and would therefore rather send him back to Turin in May than take the loss.
Premier League big hitters eye Fry
Dortmund set to sign Alcacer from Barcelona for €23m this weekend
According to Kicker, the Bundesliga giants can secure his long-term services by paying a €23m (£20m, $26m) fee to Barcelona, who allowed him to leave the Camp Nou on an initial season loan during the summer transfer window.
Alcacer has hit nine goals in just four starts for Dortmund and they are now hoping to tie him down to a lucrative four-year contract.
Milan offer Ibra €2.8m deal
Gayle pushing for WBA move
Blackburn to keep Spurs target Dack
Spurs are said to be monitoring the attacking midfielder, but Tony Mowbray, Dack's manager, says all bids will be rejected.
“He won’t go anywhere, even if we get big bids, in this next window,” Mowbray said at an annual fans’ forum.
Record Chelsea deal for Kante
N'Golo Kante has expressed his delight at committing to fresh terms at Chelsea, with Goal of the understanding that his fresh terms are worth around £290,000-a-week.
"I’m happy to extend my time with Chelsea, it has been two beautiful years and I wish for more to come," he told the club's official website.
'Martial has to stay if Man Utd want to win trophies'
Anthony Martial should be staying at Manchester United if the Red Devils want to “create a platform to win trophies again”, says Louis Saha.
The France international forward has sparked transfer talk of late, but his return to form over recent weeks has highlighted how important he is to the Red Devils cause.
Kante commits to Chelsea contract
'Zero chance of Neymar returning to Barca'
Man Utd want £31.5m Manolas
Roma defender raid plotted by Red Devils
The Red Devils remain in the market for additions at centre-half and could land the Greece international for just £31.5 million ($41m) due to a release clause in his contract.
Mbappe 'plan B' for Real Madrid if move for Neymar fails
The Spanish publication reports that a move for Mbappe would be somewhat cheaper than the acquisition of Neymar, allowing for the La Liga giants to also pursue the signings of another attacker - with Harry Kane, Roberto Firmino and Mauro Icardi the options mentioned.
Ajax talent Frenkie de Jong has also been touted as a possible target with Madrid attempting to rejuvenute their squad after their struggles in La Liga this season.
Real Madrid unlikely to renew Modric contract
The 33-year-old was close to a move to Inter Milan in the summer but remained in the Spanish capital at the conclusion of the transfer window.
Mundo Deportivo reports that Madrid president Florentino Perez will look to replace the ageing Croatian - who recently claimed FIFA's Best player award and was named the Goal 50 best player of 2018 - with Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen.
Inter Milan are understood to still be keen to bring Modric to the San Siro.
Dortmund eye Everton teen Gordon
The 17-year-old attacking midfielder is one of the more highly-rated products of the Toffees academy in recent years and has made a senior appearance in the Europa League this season.
Chelsea join race to sign Lyon star Aouar
The Blues are to fight interest from other clubs for the Ligue 1 starlet
Aour has enjoyed a breakout season with Lyon and has scored in three of his last four appearances for the club.
Origi wanted by Galatasaray
The Belgium international has struggled for regular first team game-time at Anfield and could be set for a move from Merseyside.
Galatasaray are thought to be interested in taking the 23-year-old on loan – but the Reds are said to be only willing to hear permanent offers, which may thwart such a temporary approach.
Adam not ruling out return to Rangers
The 32-year-old spent six years with the Scottish Premiership club, though spent significant periods away on loan.
Adam won the EFL Cup while at Liverpool with Gerrard but has been with the Potters since 2012 and stayed with the club following their relegation from the Premier League last season.
Man United eye Milenkovic to bolster back-line
The 21-year-old, who featured for his nation in his year’s World Cup in Russia, has stated all 12 league games for the Italian outfit this year, scoring twice.
Jose Mourinho is thought to be shopping around for options to strengthen his defence as United seek to stay in the race for the Premier League.