Former Man City defender Onuoha signs with Real Salt Lake
Nedem Onuoha has signed with Real Salt Lake of MLS, the club announced.
The former Manchester City and Queens Park Rangers defender was signed just ahead of the MLS roster freeze date as the club looks to integrate the defender ahead of the playoffs and, ultimately, the 2019 season.
“Nedum will add tremendous experience and leadership to our group,” RSL general manager Craig Waibel said. “The expectation is that he will come over, regain full fitness and contribute as we enter the stretch run and into next year."
Nuno ignores Man Utd talk
Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo has rejected the notion that he could replace Jose Mourinho at Manchester United.
It has been claimed he is on a shortlist of candidates capable of succeeding the Red Devils, but Nuno said such talk makes "no sense".
Ferdinand joins St Mirren
Anton Ferdinand has signed a contract with St Mirren until the end of the season.
The 33-year-old was without a club after leaving Southend but joined the Scottish Premiership side on Friday and went straight into the starting XI for the game against Celtic.
Wagner won't leave Huddersfield during season
David Wagner has promised not to leave Huddersfield to join a bigger club during the season.
The coach signed a new deal with the Premier League side in May and his chairman said this weak that he will stay in charge even if they get relegated this season.
And Wagner says he plans to see out his contract and help Huddersfield progress, telling reporters: “I will never leave this football club during a season, I respect my contract, and this is based on both sides."
Defour signs new Burnley deal
Burnley have extended Steven Defour's contract by another year.
The Belgium international is nearing a return to action following a lengthy lay-off through injury and Sean Dyche has confirmed he recently committed to the club until 2020.
Liverpool get green light to sign Hoever from Ajax
Reds beat Man City and Chelsea to sign teenager
Liverpool have been given international clearance to complete the signing of Ki-Jana Hoever from Ajax, Liverpool Echo reports.
The 16-year-old chose Liverpool ahead of the likes of Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea and has been training with the Reds since last month.
But the club had to wait on international clearance to be able to play the defender in the Under 18s.
"His journey begins now because he can train and try and force his way into the team," coach Barry Lewtas said. "It's really exciting for us."
Monreal in talks over new Arsenal deal
Nacho Monreal says he is in discussions to extend his Arsenal deal, according to the London Evening Standard.
The Arsenal defender, whose contract expires in the summer, has been linked with a move back to Spain, but Monreal says talks are ongoing on a new deal with the Premier League club.
"That is my idea, that is what I want," Monreal said. "We will see what happens but I feel good.
"My idea is to play football until my body says 'Nacho, so sorry but that's the end'. But I think it is far away. I hope so"
Monaco keen to hold onto Falcao
Monaco is hoping to hold onto Radamel Falcao despite persistent transfer rumors.
The Colombian striker has been linked with moves to AC Milan and the Chinese Super League, but Monaco vice-president Vadim Vasilyev insists there are no plans to sell.
Man Utd have no plans to sell Martial
Manchester United isn't looking to sell Anthony Martial, according to the Sun.
Due to terms set with Monaco when the club signed the French forward, Manchester United would owe the Ligue 1 club half of any fee generated by Martial's sale.
As a result, club executives are not interested in the ideal for a sale of what they see to still be a potential world-class player, despite Martial only featuring for 60 minutes so far this campaign.
West Brom signs Hoolahan
West Brom have signed West Hoolahan, according to a club release.
The former Republic of Ireland midfielder, who won 122 caps before retiring from the international game in March, has agreed to a short-term deal with the club that could be extended in January.
Hoolahan was a free agent after leaving Norwich City at the end of last season, ending a 10-year stay with the club.
Guardiola: De Bruyne has no €250m release clause
Pep Guardiola clarified recent comments about a potential release clause in Kevin de Bruyne's contract.
The Manchester City midfielder is under contract with the club through 2023, and Guardiola says €250m wouldn't be enough to seal a move for the Belgian star.
Wolves eyeing Portuguese midfielder Pizzi
Wolves are interested in a move for Benfica midfielder Pizzi, according to Record.
The club is eyeing a January move for the Portuguese midfielder, who has been capped 11 times for the national team.
Wolves has a number of Portuguese stars already on the books under Portuguese manager Nuno Espírito Santo, including Ruben Neves, who has been linked with a departure from the club.
Guardiola urges City to do Sterling deal
Raheem Sterling is into the final two years of his contract with Manchester City and Pep Guardiola has reiterated his desire to tie the former Liverpool winger to a long-term deal.
He said: "It's well known that we are delighted with him and want him to continue."
Chicago Fire welcome new arrival
'Zaha could play for Barcelona or Real Madrid'
Wilfried Zaha has the potential to play for one of the top four teams in England, Barcelona or Real Madrid, according to Crystal Palace legend Clinton Morrison.
The former Eagles striker told Yahoo Sport: "He’s a top, top player, I believe he could play for one of the top four teams or even Barcelona or Real Madrid. He’s a superstar and when he has the ball at his feet he makes things happen."
Dembele offered to Juventus
Tottenham midfielder Mousa Dembele has offered his services to Serie A champions Juventus, according to Calciomercato.
The Belgium international is set to be out of contract next summer and has been attracting plenty of interest from Italy.
Lopetegui rubbishes Herrera rumours
Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui has rubbished reports linking Porto midfielder Hector Herrera with the club.
The Mexico international, who is currently in the final year of his contract, will be able to arrange a pre-transfer in January.
However, Blancos manager Lopetegui insists Herrera is not on the club's radar.
Read the full story on Goal HERE.
Premier League target Cervi inks Benfica deal
Benfica have announced that Franco Cervi has signed a new contract at the club.
The highly rated winger had previously been linked with Premier League trio Newcastle United, West Ham United and Brighton.
Griffiths signs new Celtic contract
Cardiff boss Warnock eyes Ampadu loan
Cardiff City manager Neil Warnock has admitted that he would be keen to take Chelsea midfielder Ethan Ampadu on loan in January.
The teenager starred for Wales during the international break, and Warnock will use Saturday's clash with the Blues to potentially open negotiations regarding a move.
Man Utd block Mourinho bid for Bonucci
Red Devils boss wanted Italy international
Manchester United blocked Jose Mourinho's bid to sign Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci over the summer, according to The Sun.
Mourinho wanted to bring an experienced defender to Old Trafford in pre-season, and had Bonucci - then of AC Milan - on his shortlist of options.
But the Red Devils hierarchy did not believe the Italy international offered value for money.
Lampard rules out signing Terry for Derby
Frank Lampard has ruled out the possibility of signing his former Chelsea and England team-mate John Terry for Derby County.
Terry remains a free agent after turning down a move to Spartak Moscow, despite a reported £3 million-per-year salary package being on offer.
However, reports linking the 37-year-old with a switch to Pride Park have been quashed by Lampard.
Read the full story on Goal HERE.
Roma want to eliminate Manolas & Pellegrini's clauses
Roma are aiming to tie down Kostas Manolas and Lorenzo Pellegrini to new contracts to eliminate their current release clauses, per La Roma 24.
Manolas, who has been linked with Chelsea and Manchester United, currently has a €36million release clause in his contract, while Pellegrini - wanted by Arsenal and Manchester City - has a €30million option.
And the Serie A side want the star duo to ink fresh terms to prevent them from joining Europe's superpowers on the cheap.
Sterling demands £100k wage increase
England star currently earns £175,000 per week
Manchester City forward Raheem Sterling is demanding a £100,000 wage increase as contract talks continue, according to The Times.
The England international currently earns £175,000 per week, with his current deal set to end in 2020.
And though Sterling remains happy at the Etihad Stadium, his agent is holding out for a substantial rise in the player's earnings.
PSG call for Madrid 'respect'
Paris Saint-Germain have called for Real Madrid to show them respect over their pursuit of Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.
The Blancos continue to be linked with the attacking duo, but PSG president Nasser Al-Khelaifi believes the two clubs have an understanding over any potential moves.
Barca have first refusal on Saul
Barcelona have first refusal on Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez, according to Mundo Deportivo.
Saul enjoyed a superb international break, scoring in both of Spain's Nations League wins over England and Croatia.
And it has been revealed that should Atletico receive a bid for the 23-year-old, Barca must be notified so they can match the offer should they wish.
'Pogba return to Juventus is possible'
Pirlo sees French star back with Bianconeri
Paul Pogba completing a second switch from Manchester United to Juventus would come as no surprise to former Bianconeri star Andrea Pirlo.
The World Cup-winning midfielder continues to see his future called into question after enduring a testing spell back in England at Old Trafford.
Palace want Loftus-Cheek back
Crystal Palace would be willing to open their doors to Ruben Loftus-Cheek again if he starts looking for a way out of Chelsea.
Eagles boss Roy Hodgson has said: "If the question is should Ruben Loftus-Cheek be made available in January, would Crystal Palace be interested in loaning him again, then the answer is yes."
Real Madrid have £330m for a new Galactico
Real Madrid have £330 million ($433m) to spend on a new 'Galactico', reports AS.
Paris Saint-Germain pair Neymar and Kylian Mbappe are considered to be top targets for the Blancos, with the Brazlian and French forwards having figured on the transfer radar at the Santiago Bernabeu for some time.
Pogba to favour Real over Barcelona
Paul Pogba is ready to snub a switch to Barcelona having seen close friend Zlatan Ibrahimovic struggle to make a mark at Camp Nou in the past, claims Don Balon.
The Manchester United midfielder continues to be heavily linked with the Liga giants, but it is now being suggested that any move to Spain could take the World Cup winner to Real Madrid.
Cury makes €6.6m from Neymar transfer
Cury is close to Neymar's father and when the Brazil star moved from Santos to Barca in 2013, it was agreed Cury would receive three per cent of any future transfer fee.
Barcelona attempted to avoid paying Cury, but the Brazilian ultimately received his commission for the transfer.
Guardiola: De Bruyne has €250m release clause
The Belgian star signed a new deal with City in January
Pep Guardiola has said Manchester City star Kevin De Bruyne has a release clause of €250 million (£223/$292m).
De Bruyne signed a new six-year Manchester City contract in January, and his manager has now revealed the Belgian star's exit clause.
Arsenal monitoring Pepe
Arsenal are tracking the progress of Lille striker Nicolas Pepe, reports Le10Sport.
The 23-year-old Ivorian is off to a strong start in Ligue 1, scoring once and adding three assists in his first four league matches.
Schalke have already seen a bid of €20 million (£18m/$23m) for Pepe turned down, with Lille believe to be holding out for €30m (£27m/$35m).
Maguire's deal has no release clause
Harry Maguire's new Leicester City contract does not contain a release clause, according to the Leicester Mercury.
The England defender was targeted by Manchester United this summer before ultimately deciding to pen fresh terms with the Foxes.
And that deal, which runs until 2023, does not contain a release clause after the Foxes were forced to sell N'Golo Kante to Chelsea in 2016.
Atalanta nearing renewal with Toloi
Tottenham passed on Asensio in 2014
Tottenham declined the chance to sign Marco Asensio in 2014, according to Mundo Deportivo.
Spurs scout Ramon Planes recommended the Mallorca player, but the club ultimately passed on signing the midfielder.
Asensio would go on to sign for Real Madrid, where is is currently thriving in addition to his exploits with the Spain national team.
Ajax set De Jong asking price
Interest in the Dutch international midfielder continues to grow
Ajax are set to demand €75 million (£67m/$88m) for midfielder Frenkie De Jong, according to Sport.
Barcelona covet De Jong, and are likely to do everything in their power to sign the 21-year-old Netherlands international.
But interest in De Jong continues to grow, and Tottenham, Roma, PSG and Real Madrid could spark a bidding war.
Roma want to eliminate release clauses for in-demand stars
Roma are hoping to sign Lorenzo Pellegrini and Kostas Manolas to new deals that don't include release clauses, reports LaRoma24.
The in-demand pair are nearing contract renewals through 2022, with sporting director Monchi working hard to eliminate the exit clauses.
Manolas has been linked with Manchester United and Chelsea, while Pellegrini is being watched by United and Man City among others.
Inter turned down Areola in the summer
Inter turned down the chance to sign PSG goalkeeper Alphonse Areola this summer, claims Calciomercato.
The France shot-stopper was looking for a move away after Gianluigi Buffon’s arrival in Paris, with his agent Mino Raiola offering him to the Milan side.
However, Inter rejected the opportunity, choosing to keep faith with incumbent Samir Handanovic.
Wolves agree to pay €18m for Rui Patricio
Wolves have agreed to pay Sporting CP €18 million (£16m/$21m) for goalkeeper Rui Patricio, according to A Bola.
The 30-year-old Portugal international joined Wolves in the summer after terminating his contract with the Portuguese side.
Sporting have disputed the nature of Patricio's exit, however, and the Premier League side have now reached an agreement for compensation.
Ndombele signs new contract with Lyon
Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele has signed a one-year contract extension that will keep him at the club until 2023.
The France U-21 international has emerged as a target for several clubs across Europe, including PSG, Tottenham and Roma.