Bayern confirm Flick to remain
Hansi Flick will continue as head coach at Bayern Munich 'until further notice' says Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
Rummennige said "you can expect that" when asked if Flick would take charge for Bayern's next game, against Fortuna Dusseldorf after the international break.
Wolves sign Dutch teen
He follows his brother out of the club, with the older Justin moving to FC Utrecht with no fee changing hands.
Celtic loanee's return to Glasgow likely to be brief
Manny Perez will be assessed at Celtic over the next few weeks but is likely to go back out on loan quickly.
The U.S. Under-20 international spent last season on loan at North Carolina FC and is now back in Scotland after the American season ended.
Atalanta look to make Pasalic switch permanent
The player himself is looking for a move after being frustrated by six different loan moves while on the books at Stamford Bridge.
Leicester's Perez nearly joined Valencia over Foxes
“I miss the food, the weather and the life in Spain, of course I would like to return,” Perez said.
PSG pair set to leave this summer
The contracts of the two PSG heavyweights are due to expire this summer and there are no plans to extend them into next season.
The South American pair arrived at the Parc des Princes shortly after the club's Qatari owners took charge and have been part of the parade of titles won by the team.
Lundstram set for Blades contract talks
Lundstram's rise to prominence has been one of the stories of the season so far at Bramall Lane, after making only five starts as United won promotion from the Championship last term.
Gerrard not putting price tag on Kamara
Kamara’s value has rocketed over the past ten months with Gerrard admitting he is pleased that Dundee allowed him to leave so easily and so cheaply.
He said: “Glen has settled in really well. He has been schooled really well, both on and off the pitch.
“He is a good-mannered boy who wants to learn and wants to work. He is in a fantastic place doing well for Finland as well."
Cole blasts Zaha after poor displays
Joe Cole doesn't think that Wilfried Zaha's performance against Chelsea on Saturday befits a man with ambitions to move to a top club.
"I think credit to Reece James but Wilf Zaha needs to show more if he wants to make that next step," Cole said on BT Sport.
Premier League clubs eye Nigeria starlet
Merson urges Chelsea to sign a striker
In addition he thought another ex-Gunner Olivier Giroud would not settle for a continued role as a substitute.
Klopp opts to retain Lovren
They were willing to allow the Croatia international to leave this summer but no club was willing to match the £20 million ($26m) fee the Anfield club was seeking.
Jurgen Klopp will not sanction a January departure as the Reds' continued involvement in the Carabao Cup and obligations at the Club World Cup, in addition to the busy festive period in the Premier League, mean they have a hectic schedule which will demand a full squad.
Hudson-Odoi explains Bayern Munich snub
The 19-year-old sought a move away from Stamford Bridge in January, after growing frustrated with a lack of playing time under Maurizio Sarri.
Bayern Munich were reportedly very keen on luring the talented winger to the Allianz Arena, but Chelsea were unwilling to sanction his departure.
Read the full story on Goal.
Man Utd eyeing Valencia trio
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could swoop for all three men in the January transfer window, as United look to make ground up on the Premier League's top four.
Barca ready for Havertz battle with Real Madrid and Man Utd
Bayer Leverkusen star to cost over €100 million
The Catalan side are one of the favourites to land the Bayer Leverkusen star, but the 20-year-old is expected to cost upwards of €100 million (£86m/$110m).
Arsenal approach Juventus defender Demiral
Serie A champions want over €30m for Turkey international
The Premier League side have already started sounding him out, but Juventus will be demanding upwards of €30 million (£26m/$33m) for him.
Roma reach agreement with €25m Napoli star
Barcelona to open Ter Stegen extension talks
The 27-year-old's current deal has three years left on it but the Catalan side are eager to tie him down to a longer deal.
Even though the Germany international is eager to sign, the confirmation will have to wait until next year, when there will be room in Barca's budget.
Klich signs new Leeds contract
Mateusz Klich has committed to a four-and-a-half-year contract extension at Leeds United, it has been confirmed.
The 29-year-old has impressed in the Championship, having joined from Twente two years ago.
“He’s gone on to become a really important player for us and I’m delighted that he’s committed to spend the best years of his career with us," director of football Victor Orta said.
Man Utd track Leeds stars Phillips and White
Midfielder Phillips and centre-back White have impressed the United scouts several times this season and a bid could be on the cards.
Giroud close to Inter agreement
Juventus open Haaland talks
Raiola relationship could give Serie A side advantage
The Serie A side are among a long list of top clubs trying to sign the 19-year-old scoring sensation, but hope to gain an advantage due to their good relationship with his agent, Mino Raiola.
Real Madrid target Fabian over Pogba & Eriksen
But president Florentino Perez has been convinced that Spain international Fabian is the better option and hopes to seal the deal soon.
Perraud confirms Celtic talks in summer
Brest left-back Romain Perraud has confirmed he was in talks with Celtic over a summer move.
The 22-year-old joined the club from Nice in the summer window, but he admits he could have left France.
With Celtic, the discussions started at the beginning of the transfer window, but Nice did not want to hear anything, so they did not come back," he told Goal.
"There remained Dijon and Brest. In the end, I chose Brest. I was seduced by the project and the speech I received."
Mbappe and PSG in talks over new deal
Paris Saint-Germain are trying to convince Kylian Mbappe to sign a new contract, but have not presented him with an offer yet.
Man Utd to make £40m January bid for Eriksen
Manchester United will try to seal the signing of Christian Eriksen in January with an offer worth over £40 million in January.
El Desmarque reports that the Red Devils are the favourites to sign him as Spurs need to sell in January or lose him for free in the summer.
Real Madrid are the main challengers, but they are eyeing other options to strengthen their options.
Juventus plot €40m bid for Roma star Zaniolo
AC Milan stall on Ibrahimovic offer
Swedish star will decide next move in a month
The Swedish striker has been closely linked with a return to Italy and Milan are the top candidates to sign him.
But talks between Ibra and the player have stopped, though he is open to hearing all offers before he makes his decicion next month.
River Plate coach Gallardo disputes Barcelona rumours
Marcelo Gallardo played down rumours he could take over as Barcelona coach, saying his focus was on River Plate.
Gallardo has been linked with a move to Camp Nou amid reports Ernesto Valverde will leave no later than the end of the season.
However, the River coach discussed the rumours ahead of a big finish to the year, including a Copa Libertadores final clash against Flamengo on November 23.
Western United sign injury replacement
A-League club Western United have signed Ryan Scott after a long-term injury to back-up goalkeeper James Delianov.
Scott, 23, links up with the club on an initial three-month contract and is yet to play in the A-League.
Timbers hoping Valeri signs TAM deal
Valeri helped guide the Timbers to an MLS Cup in 2015 and remains the best player in club history, although his contract is set to end this winter.
The Timbers are waiting to hear if Valeri will accept a TAM deal to stay with the club ahead of the deadline next week for each club to submit protected lists ahead of the expansion draft.
Ten Hag likely to leave Ajax after season
The Dutch boss rose to prominence last season after guiding the Dutch club to the Champions League semi-finals.
And now, he's a front-runner for the Bayern Munich job, although Thomas Tuchel is also a candidate.
Flick focused on Dortmund
Bayern Munich caretaker boss Hansi Flick is focused on the task in hand, even though Bayern's hiring of a new manager could affect his role at the club.
Ahead of one of the biggest games of the season, Der Klassiker between Bayern and Dortmund, Flick said he is viewing the game as the finish line.
Newcastle boss discusses Xhaka transfer
Newcastle manager Steve Bruce was asked about the possibility of signing Arsenal's Granit Xhaka in January.
The Gunners former captain could leave the club after his relationship with the fans soured and he was stripped of the captaincy.
Bruce refused to be drawn on the situation but acknowledged the player's quality.
Darwin Quintero set for Minnesota exit
2024 Champions League final in New York?
Potential corporate partners and media rights holders have been told that the New York market is a possible location for the event.
Should the move go ahead, it would be the first time the final has been held outside Europe.
Three in line for Barca job
Catalan club draw up short list of possible Valverde replacements
River Plate manager Marcelo Gallardo, Ronald Koeman and Erik ten Hag are the names being considered, but Barcelona will not rush into a decision to sack Valverde.
Xhaka could have played his last game for Arsenal
Arsenal's Granit Xhaka could be available in January after Unai Emery admitted the rift between the 27-year-old and some Arsenal fans may not be able to be repaired.
The Swiss midfielder ruled himself out of the trip to Vitoria on Thursday and Saturday's Premier League meeting with Leicester.
"I don’t know if he’s going to play again,” admitted Emery.
Mbappe to Liverpool?
The PSG man has been linked with the European champions
"No chance," according to Jurgen Klopp.
"Absolutely no chance, sorry for killing that story," he said. "I don't think there is a club in the world that can buy Kylian Mbappe from PSG."