Revolution decline options on six players
Defender Claude Dielna, midfielder Guillermo Hauché, forward Femi Hollinger-Janzen, midfielder Cristhian Machado, defender Nicolas Samayoa, and midfielder/defender Mark Segbers have seen their options declined following the conclusion of the MLS season.
Chris Tierney and Juan Agudelo, meanwhile, are also out of contract starting on Dec. 31 with the former eligible for MLS free agency.
'Monster' Van Dijk could have ended up at West Brom - Fletcher
Darren Fletcher says he wanted West Brom to move for Virgil van Dijk back in 2015.
The Dutch defender is now recognized as one of the Premier League's best after joining Liverpool from Southampton in January, but Fletcher says Van Dijk's career could have taken him to West Brom several years back.
Ajax want Magallan in January
Van Beek inks new Feyenoord contract
Henry not ready to retire from playing
PSG appeal to CAS to stop UEFA's FFP probe
Paris Saint-Germain have appealed to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) to stop UEFA re-examining its decision to clear the club of breaching Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.
UEFA opted to review the investigation in July, having cleared the Ligue 1 champions of contravening FFP a month earlier.
PSG, who in 2017 signed Neymar for a world-record €222 million and Kylian Mbappe on an initial loan before making the deal permanent for €180m, raised funds of around €50m through transfers at the request of UEFA to avoid sanctions for the 2015, 2016 and 2017 financial years.
Martin joins Mainz on permanent deal
Aaron Martin has signed a contract with Mainz until 2023.
Big news alert— Mainz 05 English (@Mainz05en) November 5, 2018
Aarón Martin has signed a contract at Mainz 05 until 2023! Following his 10th season appearance yesterday, a clause was activated to sign the Spanish U21 loanee on a permanent deal. #UpTheMainz pic.twitter.com/bOV0zIBWBq
Diame set for new Newcastle contract
Chelsea target Felix signs Benfica deal
The midfielder has caught the eye since emerging from the Portuguese giants' renowned youth academy.
He has since been linked with a switch to Premier League high-flyers Chelsea, but Felix has put pen to paper on a deal which ties him to Benfica until 2023.
Wenger close to AC Milan move
The ex-Arsenal boss is set to return to management
It is said that the Frenchman has been negotiating with the Serie A side for some weeks and talks have almost reached a conclusion.
The report claims Wenger will replace Gennaro Gattuso as the club's coach, while he will also have additional responsibilities in the inner workings of the club alongside sporting director Leonardo.
Four clubs chasing Roma's Monchi
It is said that the 50-year-old has a buy-out clause in his current four-year deal with the Giallorossi.
No Prem snub regrets for Bailey
Bayer Leverkusen starlet Leon Bailey has said that he has no regrets over snubbing a move to the Premier League in recent transfer windows.
Manchester United, City, Chelsea, Liverpool are all admirers of the 21-year-old, but the youngster is keen to keep his feet on the ground, progress in Germany and make a move when the time is right for his career.
Mertens open to China move
Mertens, now 31, understands that his time at the top is nearing its end but feels that he may have one non-Europe adventure left in him.
The Belgian revealed that he has spoken to countrymen Axel Witsel and Yannick Carrasco about the CSL and received positive reviews.
Everton weigh up Wan-Bissaka move
The Toffees reportedly see the defender as a long-term replacement for Seamus Coleman and may look to bed the new signing in alongside his senior counterpart as they have done with Lucas Digne and Leighton Baines on the opposite flank.
However, Palace are not thought to be keen to sell, and Everton may be forced to include promising winger Ademola Lookman as part of any potential deal.
Burnley keen on Rodriguez reunion
Sean Dyche is reportedly keen to bring the Burnley-born striker - who has scored eight goals in 15 appearances so far this season - back to the club where he started his career this January.
The Clarets were apparently considering a move for Brentford's Ollie Watkins, but have been priced out of a move after the Championship outfit slapped a price tag upwards of £20m on the forward.
Inter brace for Skriniar bids
Internazionale have made significant progress in their contract extension talks with central defender Milan Skriniar, and are prepared to resist any bids that come their way, according to FcInterNews.
It appears that an agreement is imminent between club and player, but that is not likely to deter any potential suitors from pursuing the highly-rated defender's signature, with Manchester United strongly linked, as well as Manchester City, Chelsea and Barcelona.
However, it seems the Italian outfit value Skriniar somewhere between €80m and €100m, a price tag they hope will be enough to retain their prized asset.
Di Maria not joining Ronaldo at Juve
Ronaldo was reportedly keen on a reunion with the Argentine in Turin, but the PSG winger recently penned a contract extension to put an end to those hopes.
Di Maria also spoke of a desire to retire in his native country with Rosario Central when he eventually leaves Paris, stating he would not play for another European club.
AC Milan target January move for Bailly
The Ivory Coast centre-back was substituted just 19 minutes into United's 3-2 victory over Newcastle last month and has not featured since.
Manchester United are reportedly seeking defensive reinforcements in the January transfer window and Bailly is among those who could be replaced.
Verratti sees PSG contract talks break down
Sane dismisses Man Utd transfer claims
Germany winger had been linked with Red Devils
The Germany international has been linked with a sensational switch to Old Trafford, but Sane insists he has no interest in joining the Red Devils.
Griezmann to Bayern?
Antoine Griezmann has praised the standard of German football, suggesting that he would be open to the possibility of a move to the Bundesliga in the future.
Speaking to Kicker he said: "It could be (a league I could play in) but I feel very comfortable here with Atletico."
Pedraza on Real's radar
Benatia set to evaluate Juve future
Van der Vaart confirms retirement
Hazard's brother backs Chelsea stay
Thorgan Hazard, who plies his trade for Borussia Monchengladbach, believes his high-profile sibling should remain at Stamford Bridge past the end of this season.
Ronaldo eyeing MLS move?!
Could Cristiano Ronaldo be set for a career swansong in MLS?! Maybe not quite yet, but he has dropped a hint over a potential reunion with Wayne Rooney.
'Neymar wants Barcelona return'
Neymar wants to return to Barcelona, according to his former team-mate, Martin Montoya.
The Brighton defender told Goal: "I think Neymar wants to go back because he was really comfortable and adapted the three years he was at the club. He had a great connection with Luis Suarez and Messi."
Red Devils have doubts over Ake deal
The versatile Dutchman is among those to have been linked with the Red Devils ahead of the winter window, but questions remain regarding his suitability to life at Old Trafford and the chances of getting a deal done with Chelsea boasting a buy-back clause.
Sanchez wants namesake at Man Utd
Klinsmann linked with Stuttgart role
Jurgen Klinsmann has been linked with a role with Stuttgart, the club which he starred for from 1986-1989.
The German legend could return to the club in a sporting director position, according to Bild, but there have been no concrete talks over his position..
Klinsmann maintains a good relationship with club president Wolfgang Dietrich, but the former U.S. national team boss has stated he is open to a job as either a coach or executive.
West Ham fan sets up GoFundMe page to pay for Rice contract
Declan Rice has been linked with a move away from West Ham after turning down a new contract, and one fan is looking to help the club keep the talented youngster.
A West Ham supporter created a GoFundMe page with the aim of raising money to pay Rice's wages.
Rice has played in eight Premier League matches and three Carabao Cup ties this season.
Benatia could leave Juventus in January
Medhi Benatia appears to be the odd man out at Juve, and could leave the club in January, according to Calcio Mercato.
With the return of Leonardo Bonucci, Benatia is the club's third centerback behind the duo of Bonucci and Georgio Chiellini.
Ronaldo recommends Navas to Juventus
Keylor Navas is unhappy with his backup role at Real Madrid, and the Costa Rican may have a way out thanks to a former teammate.
Juve currently has Mattia Perin and Wojciech Szczesny on the books following the departure of Gianluigi Buffon.
Chelsea eye Watford's Pereyra as potential Hazard replacement
Roberto Pereyra is a player earmarked as a potential Eden Hazard replacement, according to the Mirror.
Barca target Premier League duo
Ernesto Valverde's side currently only have two fit central defenders following injuries to Thomas Vermaelen and Samuel Umtiti.
The Premier League duo are just two players on a lengthy shortlist, that also includes former Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic.
Chelsea facing battle to land Felix
Blues boss Maurizio Sarri is reported to be a big fan of the 18-year-old, who has established himself in the Benfica first-team this season.
However, the London club will need to seal a deal quickly or risk being priced out of a deal for the talented yongster.
Real to offer Asensio as part of Hazard deal
The Chelsea forward remains Los Blancos' prime target
Real president Florentino Perez is desperate to land the Belgian to finally replace Cristiano Ronaldo and is prepared offer Asensio to help get the deal done.
However, any deal is unlikely to be completed in January as Real interim coach Santiago Solari is a fan of Asensio and is reluctant to see him leave mid-season.
Sporting identify Peseiro replacement
Peseiro was sacked on Thursday just four months into his second stint at the Estadio Jose Alvalade following a Portguese League Cup defeat to Estoril.
Keizer is keen to talk to Sporting about the vacant managerial position, but Al-Jazira are reluctant to lose the Dutchman who only signed a two-year deal with the club in June.
West Ham keen on Gervinho
However, it is believed the Italian club have no intention of selling the former Arsenal frontman.
The 31-year-old only joined Parma in the summer on a three-year deal after terminating his contract at Chinese side Hebei China Fortune early.