Inter priced out of Alaba move
Brands set for Man Utd role?
Eriksen could make Arsenal move
Alcala heading for LA Galaxy
Upamecano to leave Leipzig in the summer
Dayot Upamecano will leave RB Leipzig at the end of the season, according to Jan Aage Fjortoft.
The former Norway international is now a media pundit and he wrote on Twitter that the defender will head for pastures new at the end of the season, with Bayern Munich, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United all interested.
Inter eye Eriksen swap deal
United had deal for Ansu Fati
Puel under pressure after seven straight losses
Giroud to Inter Miami in January?
Alaba should 'take responsibility' in Bayern Munich contract saga, says Flick
Lyon looking at Memphis replacements
Eriksen can leave Inter in January
Elche set to tie up Marcone deal
Elche will turn Ivan Marcone’s loan from Boca Juniors into a permanent arrangement, according to Marca.
The Spanish side will pay $5 million (€4.2m / £3.7m) to secure the midfielder’s services.
City close door on Messi pursuit
Manchester City have ended their interest in Lionel Messi, according to Spanish football expert Semra Hunter.
Speaking to Sky Sports News, Hunter said: “I have it on good authority from someone close to the situation that Manchester City are not going to bid for Lionel Messi."Based on the information I have, as of today, that door is closed.”
Birmingham close to deal for Halilovic
PSG ready to sell Neymar to fund Mbappe contract
Inter make Rovella their priority target
Rovella is due to become a free agent next summer, and will be free to speak to potential suitors when the market reopens.
Inter may be willing to send the 18-year-old back to Genoa on loan if they can finalise a deal for the Italian in 2021.
Giroud: I'll have to make a decision on my future in January
Olivier Giroud has admitted that his current situation at Chelsea is worrying, and says he'll have to make a decision on his future in January.
Giroud has scored 29 goals in 95 appearances in all competitions since joining Chelsea from Arsenal in January 2018.
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Madrid plan to sell Odriozola
Zinedine Zidane has been unable to fit the 24-year-old into his starting XI since his return to Santiago Bernabeu from a six-month loan stint at Bayern Munich in the summer.
Madrid will look to get Odriozola off their books permanently next year, with a possible move to his former club Real Sociedad being mooted.
West Ham interested in Khedira
The Hammers are weighing up a January approach for the German, whose current contract at the Allianz Stadium expires next summer.
Khedira, who has also been linked with Tottenham, has yet to play for Juventus this season.
Juve to rival Man Utd for Johannesson
The Red Devils have been heavily linked with the 17-year-old midfielder, who is currently on the books of Norrkoping.
However, Juventus are planning to make a move for Johannesson in January, meaning United may have to step up their own pursuit.
Alioski in talks to sign new Leeds contract
Celtic want to bring Laxalt on their books permanently
The 27-year-old joined the Hoops on a season-long loan from Milan in October, and the two clubs are set to discuss his long-term future in the coming weeks.
Celtic are hoping to sign Laxalt outright, having seen him make a bright start to life in Scotland.
Man City looking to re-sign Douglas Luiz
Real Madrid are also keen on the 22-year-old, who moved to Villa Park from Etihad Stadium in 2019.
City may look to bring Luiz back to the club in January, but will have to fork out €35 million (£31m/$41m) to complete a deal.
Arsenal interested in Isco
Gunners target Madrid midfielder
The Gunners are exploring the possibility of signing the Spanish midfielder on a loan-to-buy deal in January.
Arsenal are eager to bring in Isco on an initial six-month loan, before buying him outright for €30 million (£27m/$36m) next summer.
Man Utd still have high hopes for Dalot
The 21-year-old is currently taking in a season-long loan spell at Milan, who do not have the option to buy him outright next summer.
Dalot is still under contract at Old Trafford until 2023, and United are confident he will become an important first-team member in the future.
Arsenal, Chelsea & Leeds chasing Bartley
All three clubs are keeping tabs on the 16-year-old, with a bidding war set to erupt in 2021.
Bartley is in no rush to leave Wimbledon though, and is hoping to push his way into the first team over the course of the season.
Benfica boss eyeing Carvalho reunion
Tottenham willing to sanction Sanchez' departure
The 24-year-old has fallen out of favour with Jose Mourinho at the start of the 2020-21 season.
Sanchez was left out of Tottenham's 2-0 win over Manchester City on Saturday, and could be sold when the transfer window reopens.
Celtic in talks with Christie
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has revealed Ryan Christie is keen on a new challenge as the club discusses his future.
“Ryan has also said he would like a different challenge at some stage in his career. Talks are ongoing between the club and his representatives," Lennon said on Saturday.
“Currently, I think he still has a lot to do and prove here at Celtic and to be fair to him he’s worked really hard the last few games."
Juric open to A-League return
Australian forward Tomi Juric is open to returning to the A-League after parting ways with CSKA Sofia.
“If there was an option (in the A-League) to play regular football it would definitely be something to look at,”Juric told The World Game.
“I’m at a point in my career where I know I still have so much more to give, and it’s a shame that’s not been happening the last season or so. The next step is playing week-in week-out, and I’m looking for somewhere that will give me the best opportunity to do that.”
Klopp plays down links to Germany job
Speculation has been rife that Low could face the sack following a disappointing run of results, which reached a nadir with the 6-0 Nations League thrashing at the hands of Spain earlier this month.
Klopp, naturally, would be the public’s choice to take over, but the 53-year-old has always played down the idea.
Winks told to seek loan move
Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks should look to leave the club on loan in January, according to Danny Mills.
“In January he’s got to be looking at a move because you’ve got Hojbjerg who has come in with Sissoko and Ndombele who has turned things around with Mourinho," Mills told Football Insider.
“So I just look at it and think Harry Winks needs to be playing to have a chance of getting in that England squad for the Euros.
“A loan move may well be the best thing for him, not long term, just to get out and play football, so he can show Gareth what he’s capable of and he can keep his fitness levels up and keep his sharpness up."
Man Utd lower Romero price
Jesus to double Man City wages
Giroud a target for Inter Miami
Rooney: Everton wanted me to join Chelsea
“Everton were really struggling for money at the time and I found out they were listening to offers from people as well. They were trying to push me to sign for Chelsea because they were going to pay the most money," Rooney told the UTD Podcast.
"But, once I knew United were interested, I wanted some confirmation that they did want to sign me. Once I knew they did want to sign me, it was the only club."
Henderson wants Man Utd exit
The shot-stopper wants to be No.1
Man City to offer Sterling new deal
Manchester City will shift their attention to locking down Raheem Sterling after Pep Guardiola committed to the club.
The Mirror claims the club's new priority is ensuring both Sterling and Kevin De Bruyne also sign contract extensions.
The duo are expected to be offered improved deals worth around £350,000 a week.