Besiktas, Monaco in for Okaka
The forward was close to joining Galatasaray last January, but a move fell through, and the Italian is not in Watford's plans going forward.
Okaka is expected to leave the club in January, with Thierry Henry's Monaco involved due to the Frenchman's previoust relationship with the player.
Kovacic will not return to Real Madrid with Tottenham and Chelsea interested
The relationship between Kovacic and Madrid deteriorated over the summer with the club now ready to part with the player.
Chelsea are keen to keep hold of the Croatian while Tottenham are also said to be keen.
Spartak likely to part with Eremenko
Spartak are likely to part ways with Roman Eremenko this winter, according to Championat.
The Finnish midfielder has played four matches for the club since returning from a two-year ban for using crack cocaine.
Simeone insists Atletico won't sign Costa replacement
With Diego Costa nearing a return from injury, Diego Simeone insists the club won't look to sign a forward in January.
Costa underwent foot surgery in Brazil recently, but Simeone says the club has "several option" in that position going forward.
Arsenal make Pepe a priority
With so many big clubs in for the Ivorian, Lille could be set to demand upwards of €50 million (£45m/€57m) for Pepe in the summer.
Four PL clubs chasing Loftus-Cheek
After spending last season on loan with Palace, Loftus-Cheek has yet to start a league game for Chelsea this term while playing just 119 Premier League minutes.
Guardiola to bid for Leeds teenager in January
Man City's boss has been following the promising winger for some time
City had scouts attend Leeds' match at Sheffield United on Saturday, where Clarke came off the bench and set up his side's late winner.
Clarke, 18, came through the academy at Leeds and made his debut for the club in October.
I should have joined Man Utd, not Liverpool - Diouf
The Senegalese forward was one of the game's hottest stars when he signed with the Reds, but struggled mightily once he officially joined the club.
Leeds' Cibicki linked with MLS move
Cibicki is said to be attracting interest from at least one MLS club while Molde are also interested as the forward is not in Marcelo Bielsa's plans
Everton hoping to sign Gomes on permanent deal despite massive release clause
The club previously talked Barcelona down from a massive release clause in Yerry Mina's deal, and Everton believe they can do it again with Gomes.
Liverpool join Manchester City in race for Lyon's Aouar
Both clubs have spoken to the Ligue 1 club about Aouar's situation as he continues in his second full season with the senior team.
Prem pair tracking Betis star
Sarri tight-lipped on Pulisic interest
As reported by Goal, the Blues are trying to talk BVB down from their £70 million ($89m) valuation of the United States international, but are unlikely to see the 20-year-old arrive in England in January.
Sarri, however, feels it would be unprofessional to speak about players owned by other clubs.
Sarri wants to keep Chelsea duo
Athletic sack Eduardo Berizzo
Mbappe wants De Jong at PSG
"[De Jong's] vision of the game and quality of passes breaking the lines makes him very valuable. He's welcome at Paris! I put in a good word, because he'd help us a lot," Mbappe said.
Colombia approach Scolari
Former head coach Jose Pekerman left after Colombia crashed out on penalties to England at the World Cup in the round of 16, ending a six-year spell in charge.
Gerrard plans loan move for Dowell
Dowell has admitted his frustration over a lack of playing time this season under Marco Silva, having failed to register a single minute in the Premier League and making just two appearances in the Carabao Cup, which Everton have been knocked out of.
And Rangers boss Gerrard has apparently identified him as the perfect player to fill the number 10 role at Rangers and is keen on a loan move for the 21-year-old, having watched him several times.
Sherwood: Alderweireld almost certainly leaving
Alderweireld was dropped for Spurs' 4-2 North London derby defeat against bitter rivals Arsenal in favour of the inexperienced Juan Foyth, despite having started the last 12 consecutive Premier League fixtures.
Manchester United were heavily linked with the Belgian in the summer but a move never materialised, although the Red Devils are still reportedly keen on defensive reinforcements.
London clubs eye Isco
The Spaniard has not started a game since Santiago Solari took over from Julen Lopetegui, who placed great faith in the attacking midfielder, and Los Blancos have won six of the seven games they have played in his absence.
All three clubs face a fight to land the Spain international, however, as he revealed that he has turned down "serious offers" from the Premier League in the past to stay at Real.
Saints appoint Hasenhuttl
Hasenhuttl will watch Saints' match against Tottenham from the stands while the contract details are finalised before taking over officially.
Premier League trio chase Wolf
The 19-year-old Austrian has been likened to Christian Eriksen and has been impressive so far this season, notching four goals and nine assists in 21 appearances, several of which were from the bench.
Wolf has also attracted interest from several Bundesliga clubs, but Leipzig may prefer their young talent to follow the path of Sadio Mane and Naby Keita and move to England for a lucrative fee rather than sell to a direct rival.
Milan want Fabregas and Bakayoko
The Italian outfit made contact over Fabregas recently, but have now expressed their desire to make Bakayoko's loan deal permanent as well.
However, the two clubs are yet to come to an agreement over their valuation of either player. Bakayoko's option to buy is relatively steep at €35m and while Fabregas is valued at a more modest €10m, his wages are currently proving a stumbling block.
FA asked to investigate Seri transfer
The lawyer behind the Bosman transfer ruling, Jean-Louis Dupont, has written to the FA requesting them to investigate the transfer of Jean-Michael Seri to Fulham.
Seri joined the Premier League side last summer from Nice, along with Maxime Le Marchand for a combined fee of £25m, with Seri being rated at around £10m of that deal
Fabinho happy at Anfield
Brazilian midfielder Fabinho has assured Liverpool fans that he has no plans to leave Anfield in the upcoming transfer window..
The 25-year-old has been linked with a return to PSG in January, but has stated the reports are unsubstantiated.
“I was told there was something in the press, but I never said I would like to leave Liverpool," Fabinho told Brazilian outlet UOL.
“I was aware that I needed to have the patience to wait for my moment, but I’m happy at Liverpool - there’s no reason for me to leave.”
Juventus 'fond of Pogba'
Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici has admitted to being ‘fond’ of Paul Pogba.
The World Cup winner had been linked with a return to his former club throughout the season, and Paratici’s claims could be seen as hint that Juve are actively pursuing the midfielder's signature.
“A return? We have already discussed this many times,” he told Sky Sports Italia. “He’s a great player we've had before and are fond of, but now he plays for Manchester United.”
‘Ramsey destined to hit free agency’
Aaron Ramsey will not be signing a new contract at Arsenal and is destined to hit free agency, says Paul Merson.
The former Gunners star told Sky Sports: "I think Ramsey's future is sorted. I know how it works in football. I'd be shocked if his agent hasn't already got a deal from elsewhere on the table and it's as good as agreed without him being able to sign yet."
Man Utd not planning to stage Fury-Wilder II
The two heavyweight superstars battled out a draw in Los Angeles over the weekend and a second showdown could be heading to English shores, with Fury having expressed a desire to fight at the Theatre of Dreams.
Rabiot leaves door open for Arsenal & Spurs
Azpilicueta pens new Chelsea deal
Blues defender commits to fresh terms
Cesar Azpilicueta has committed his future to Chelsea by penning a new four-year deal through to 2022.
Goal revealed on Monday that the Spaniard was set to agree an extension on £150,000-a-week, and that contract has now been confirmed.
Modric wants to retire at Real Madrid
Aston Villa to hand new deal to Adomah
The winger scored 15 goals for the Championship club last season and was named Player of the Year.
Adomah has earned the trust of new manager Dean Smith, who is set to keep the winger on board going forward.
Guardiola expects Sane to remain at Manchester City for 'many years'
Red Bulls part ways with Collin, Redding, Rivas as part of offseason moves
Following the end of their season, the Red Bulls are set to part ways with Aurellien Collin, Tommy Redding and Carlos Rivas according to the Athletic.
The moves would clear up significant cap space for the Red Bulls, who fell to Atlanta in the Eastern Conference semifinals.
Tyler Adams' sale also gives the club some money to play with, although the Red Bulls will have to find a way to keep defender Tim Parker, who could be bound for Europe.
Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs to battle PSG for teen
The 17-year-old midfielder has starred for the club's U-19s, is training with the Feyenoord's first team but could depart the team in January.
Scouts from across Europe have been watching Kokcu, and the Premier League clubs are fighting to be in front of the line if he's sold.
Emery considers Ramsey contract situation 'closed'
Unai Emery says Arsenal's contract negotiations with Aaron Ramsey remain "closed" despite being impressed with the midfielder's form and focus.
The 27-year-old is a free agent at the end of the season with Bayern Munich, who could table a pre-contract agreement as early as January, believed to be the frontrunners for his signature.
Ramsey's efforts in the North London Derby have had some calling for Arsenal to reverse course on their decision, but Emery indicated that will not be happening.
Sandro has interest of Premier League club
The defender is seeking €8m per season with Juventus
Juventus full-back Alex Sandro is subject to Premier League interest and wants around €8 million (£7m/$9m) per season, plus bonuses, to sign a new deal with the Serie A champions, according to Calciomercato.
A contract offer of €10m has come from an unnamed club in England, but aside from Cristiano Ronaldo, no one at Juventus makes what the defender is demanding, with Paulo Dybala the next highest paid at €7m.
That has led to concern the sides are too far apart for a compromise to be reached, especially with the club's financial situation delicate following Ronaldo's acquisition.
Atlanta United executives to meet with Barros Schelotto
Club president Darren Eales, and sporting director Carlos Bocanegra were also reportedly to meet with Gabriel Milito as the MLS Cup finalists look to replace Tata Martino, who is departing the team at the end of their season.
Loftus-Cheek focused on Sarri-ball amid exit rumours
Ruben Loftus-Cheek says he is fully focused on earning his place in the Chelseasquad under Maurizio Sarri as speculation around his future at the club continues to circulate.
The 22-year-old has yet to start a Premier League match under the Italian, but now has five goals in his last six games for the club that he joined at just eight years old.
But as the transfer window nears, Loftus-Cheek is blocking out all the rumours and focusing on doing what he can to make himself a larger part of his manager's plans.