Nasri's West Ham move in doubt
Samir Nasri's move to West Ham has been thrown into doubt over converns over the midfielder's fitness, reports the Mirror.
Nasri looked set to reunite with his former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini in a heavily incentivized contract once his ban for doping finished at the end of December.
However the Hammers are concerned about being weighed down by another highly paid player who is a fitness question, with Andy Carroll, Jack Wilshere and Andriy Yarmolenko already sidelined.
De Ligt to Barcelona? Koeman says yes
De Ligt has been heavily linked with a move to Barcelona and his national boss believes the move would be a good one.
"I think it's clear that a player like Matthijs de Ligt in a certain moment decides to make a step to a bigger league, to another level," Koeman said.
Martino no lock to be Mexico manager
Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti's time leading the Mexico national team will come to an end this month and fans could be forgiven for thinking his long-term successor is already signed up.
Though reports of Gerardo "Tata" Martino having an deal to lead El Tri, and confirmation he will depart Atlanta United at the end of the year, he has maintained no agreement has been reached.
Reports have now surfaced that Mexico have met former Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores and reached out to former Real Madrid manager Julen Lopetegui as some uncertainty has emerged in the hunt for the next El Tri boss.
Man Utd in discussions with Young over new contract
The 33-year-old defender is the club's longest serving player, but his current deal expires at the end of the season.
The Red Devils are looking to sign him for another season and though talks are at an early stage, Young would like to remain.
Conte rules out Madrid and talks up June decision
The ex-Blues boss had been lined up to replace Julen Lopetgeui at Santiago Bernabeu, but for the time being Santiago Solari has been installed as manager on an interim basis.
And Conte has addressed those rumours, confessing that despite interest from top clubs, he intends to wait until the end of the season before signing up for a 'new project'.
Colback admits to ‘bleak’ Newcastle future
Jack Colback concedes that his future may lie away from Newcastle, with there little to suggest that the Nottingham Forest loanee will be welcomed back into the fold at St James’ Park.
He has said: “My situation at Newcastle looks pretty bleak, with Rafa [Benitez].
“That is one of those things. I am not too fussed about that, but it was disappointing with the way it ended, with Newcastle being my home town club.”
Christie pens new Celtic deal
Leipzig want former Man Utd star Powell
Solari in permanent charge of Real
Madrid hand contract to coach
It is claimed that a contract was processed following a 4-2 victory over Celta Vigo, with the Argentine only allowed to work on a temporary deal for two weeks.
Lamela not planning River return
Besiktas hope to sign Karius permanently
The German goalkeeper completed a switch to the Turkish outfit during the summer, signing a two-year loan deal, after falling down the pecking order at Anfield following the arrival of Alisson.
Some recent reports had suggested that Beskitas were looking to send Karius back to England in January, but club president Fikret Orman has expressed his desire to secure his services long-term, as he stated on Monday: "Karius is an excellent keeper, God willing we will sign him on a permanent transfer."
Nasri undergoing West Ham medical
The Frenchman has been without a club since leaving Antalyspor and serving a doping ban, but could link up with the Hammers as a free agent.
Solari green lights Llorente's Madrid departure
Real Madrid boss Santiago Solari is willing to let Marcos Llorente leave the club in January, with the 23-year-old struggling for regular playing time at the Santiago Bernabeu.
A season-long loan deal looks most likely, but the Periquitos could offer star centre-back Mario Hermoso in exchange for Llorente to make the switch permanent.
Pato squashes AC Milan rumours
Brazilian striker Alexandre Pato has denied reports linking him with a return to AC Milan during the January transfer window.
According to Tuttosport, the 29-year-old has dismissed the possibility of leaving Chinese outfit Tianjin Quanjian, as he stated on social media: "I never said I would be away from Tianjin Quanjan. I did not say I would not go back to San Paolo and I did not say I'm going to Milan."
Pato played for the Rossoneri between 2007 and 2013, scoring 57 goals in 140 appearances.
Milan interested in Diawara to fill in for Biglia
The Milan legend is hopeful of arranging a deal with Napoli chairman Aurelio De Laurentiis in the new year, as the club chases a top-four Serie A finish.
Chelsea and Man United set to battle PSG for Belgian prodigy
The young left-back has been attracting attention with a series of impressive performances for PSV's under-17 side.
The Belgian prospect is thought to favour a move to France after speaking of his admiration for Kylian Mbappe and Neymar in a recent interview.
Brahimi wanted by Premier League trio
The Algerian is out of contract with the Portuguese side next summer and is expected to open talks with potential suitors in January over the possibility of a free transfer.
Alves planning Premier League move
At 35, time is not on Alves' side, but the full-back appears to have his heart set on a move to the Premier League before calling time on his career.
Hazard happy at Chelsea
Napoli table Aspas offer
Pellegrini sparked Man Utd interest
Almiron shines amid interest from European teams
For months, Miguel Almiron has been linked with a European move, and the Atlanta United star showed why on Sunday.
Vidal linked with Juventus return
The Chilean midfielder has struggled to find consistent time with the Spanish club, who fell to Real Betis on Sunday.
Vidal became one of the world's best during his time with Juventus, and now the club is looking to bring him back to fortify the midfield.
Sao Paulo parts with manager Aguierre
Sao Paulo and manager Diego Aguierre have parted ways, according to a statement from the club.
The club calls the decision a mutual one after the club told the manager that his contract would not be renewed at the end of the season.
Sao Paulo are currently fifth in the league, nine points behind first-place Palmeiras.
Earthquakes' Lima set to train with Hertha Berlin
Lima, who recently completed his second professional season, is expected to report to the club on Monday and begin training on Tuesday.
The defender has made 60 total appearances for the Quakes in those two season, scoring four goals.
Man City to beat United to De Jong signing
Club faces investigation over FFP allegations
The Premier League leaders have been rocked by investigations prompted by Football Leaks revelations that the club allegedly skirted Financial Fair Play rules.
But they will nevertheless push on with a deal for the Ajax star worth an estimated £50 million ($65m) in the summer.
Messi wants Neymar back at Barcelona
Gabbiadini set for Milan move
Premier League trio chase Brahimi
Solari yet to clarify his future at Real Madrid
Real Madrid's interim coach Santiago Solari refused to be drawn on questions over his future following yet another win at the Merengue helm.
"The only thing that matters is doing what it takes for the good of the team, the rest is not important," the Argentine said after seeing his team past Celta in a 4-2 win.