Manotas extends Dynamo stay
Houston Dynamo forward Mauro Manotas has signed a new three-year contract through to 2021.
The 23-year-old has scored 46 goals for Houston since joining from Colombian side Uniautonoma in 2015.
Everton make Meunier approach
The Toffees are on the hunt for a new right-back as a long-term replacement for Seamus Coleman.
That has seen them turn their attention to Meunier, who may be open to a move to Goodison Park in order to secure first-team football.
Sarri could make Roma move
Sarri is under severe pressure at Stamford Bridge with speculation suggesting he could be sacked if results don't improve in the next few weeks.
Should Sarri leave then Rome looks to be his next destination, though the former Napoli boss has denied meeting Roma club adviser Franco Baldini to discuss a move to the Stadio Olimpico.
Zidane could make Juve return
However, the Frenchman has now been tipped to make a dramatic return to Juve, where he spent five years as a player between 1996 and 2001.
Ospina set to stay at Napoli
The Colombia international has impressed since joining Carlo Ancelotti's side on a season-long loan last summer.
Ospina now looks set to stay in Naples permanently, with the Serie A club paying around €4million (£3.4m/$4.5m) for the 30-year-old.
Rodriguez could make Real return
The Blues have appealed against the ban but if it is upheld then it could scupper Real Madrid's attempts to sign forward Eden Hazard.
That may open the door to a first-team return for Rodriguez, who is currently on loan at Bayern Munich and has to decide whether to make the move permanent at the end of the season.
Andrason leaves Fulham
The 20-year-old midfielder joined Fulham from KR Reykjavik in 2016 but failed to make a senior appearance for the Cottagers.
Andrason spent six months on loan at Vikingur last season and has now returned to the club on a permanent basis.
Chilwell and Wan-Bissaka can't turn down City move – Dunne
Former Man City defender Richard Dunne believes Ben Chilwell and Aaron Wan-Bissaka would be unable to resist a summer move to Pep Guardiola's side.
Leicester man Chilwell and Crystal Palace's Wan-Bissaka have emerged as two of the Premier League's top full-backs this season, and both have the added bonus of being home-grown players.
Gutman joins Charlotte Independence on loan
Celtic defender Andrew Gutman has joined Charlotte Independence of the USL, the North American second tier, on loan.
Gutman signed with Celtic last month and saw an original loan move to Nashville SC fall through due to the Tennessee club's impending move to MLS next season.
Sobhi's agent casts doubt on his future
Ramadan Sobhi's agent has said his client, currently on loan at Egyptian side Al Ahly, is unsure where his future lies.
Sobhi joined Huddersfield Town from Stoke last off-season but failed to break through with the Terriers and was sent on loan to his home country last month.
“Ramadan’s deal at Al Ahly ends in July, there’s still too much time left before making any decision," Nader Shawky told OnSport FM.
Everton pay Watford compensation for Silva hire
After hiring Silva this past summer, Everton "have reached an amicable agreement" with Watford to compensate for his departure.
According to the Telegraph, that fee will be around £4 million.
Laporte signs new Man City contract
Manchester City centre-back Aymeric Laporte has signed a two-year contract extension with the club.
The 24-year-old joined City from Athletic for a fee of £57 million ($74m) in January 2018, but has impressed so much in his short time with the club that his deal has been extended through 2025.
Zanetti hoping for swift Icardi return
Inter director Javier Zanetti is hopeful that Mauro Icardi will return to the field in the next two weeks.
Icardi's future with the club was thrown into doubt when he was stripped of the captaincy last week, and he hasn't played since.
Chelsea earn sympathy from non-league club over transfer ban
Non-league side Gateshead have offered sympathy after Chelsea were handed a transfer ban on Friday.
Gateshead were hit with a ban of their own for spending above their budget, but still sit in contention for promotion.
Chelsea, meanwhile, will be unable to register players for the next two transfer periods after being hit by FIFA's ban.
Orlando City sign goalkeeper Rowe
Chelsea to consider Holland if club sacks Sarri
Holland, a former Chelsea assistant, is seen as the top choice but will look to combine Chelsea and England duties the rest of the campaign.
He had been with the club in various roles for eight seasons before joining Gareth Southgate's staff two years ago with Chelsea's blessing.
Blancos still happy with Bale
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'Neymar & Perez led Ronaldo away from Real'
Cristiano Ronaldo left Real Madrid because he was unhappy with the club’s links to Neymar and Florentino Perez’s reluctance to offer him fresh terms, claims former president Ramon Calderon.
PSG hopeful on Alves extension
Thomas Tuchel is hopeful Dani Alves will agree on a new contract with Paris Saint-Germain as he confirmed the player is in negotiations with the club.
Alves has become a key man since joining PSG from Juventus in 2017, but the two-year deal he signed at Parc des Princes expires at the end of this season.
Klopp expecting Solskjaer stay
Upon inheriting the reins at Old Trafford from Jose Mourinho, a man currently filling an interim post with the Red Devils has overseen a nine-match unbeaten run in the Premier League and 11 victories from 13 games across all competitions.
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Bayern set to rival Inter for Rakitic
The Bavarians are prepared to rival Inter Milan for the Croatian's services, with Barca reportedly willing to listen to offers in excess of €50m ($57m, £44m).
Despite being the early frontrunners, Barca are not certain that Inter will have the funds to finance a bid for Rakitic, which opens the door for a Bayern swoop this summer.
Romero signs Genoa extension amid Juve links
According to Calcio Mercato, the Old Lady have held an interest in the Argentine for a while now, but it appears his future is no longer in any doubt.
Romero, whose initial deal was due to expire in 2022, has featured in 15 Serie A matches for Genoa this season.
Sissoko happy at Spurs after early exit talk
Moussa Sissoko says he is happy at Tottenham, with his persistence and belief in his own ability having helped him to recover from a testing start and silence any transfer talk.
Exit talk was sparked as he struggled to justify a hefty price early on in north London, with Fenerbahce among those said to be keen on doing on a deal before distancing themselves from the 29-year-old.
Sissoko refused to give up on his Tottenham challenge though, and has flourished this season after being moved inside off the flanks to operate as a central midfielder under Mauricio Pochettino.
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Quintero agrees River Plate extension
River Plate midfielder Juan Quinerto has agreed terms on a new contract with the club, according to TyC Sports.
The Colombian's current deal is due to expire in 2021, but he is now expected to sign a new one-year extension.
Spurs open to Eriksen & Bale swap deal
Bale has fallen out of favour at the Santiago Bernabeu this season, while Eriksen has long been linked with a switch to Spain.
However, Madrid are likely to hold out for a higher fee, believing that Bale is worth €150m ($170m, £131m) compared to their valuation of Eriksen at €60m ($68m, £52m).
Hull chasing Motherwell's Hastie
The 19-year-old has impressed since breaking into the first team in the Scottish Premier League this season, scoring four goals in his last three appearances.
Motherwell are hoping to tie Hastie down to a new deal, but Hull could launch a bid for his services in the summer.
Tottenham need trophies to keep Kane & Pochettino
The former Spurs striker said of Kane: “He might want to go and have a new experience to take his career to another level. At the same time, if he can win something fairly soon with Tottenham then I think they have the chance to keep him. But it’s going to be difficult."
Real Madrid piecing together Hazard plan
Kelly pens new Palace deal
Chelsea stung with transfer ban
Atletico star of interest to Barcelona
Raillo claims he turned down Nottingham Forest
Real Mallorca defender Antonio Raillo has claimed that he rejected the chance to sign for Nottingham Forest during the January transfer window.
The Spaniard says he had a "really good opportunity" to join Forest, with an offer to double his current salary mooted.
However, Raillo opted to remain with Mallorca in the Spanish Segunda, as AS reports via the Nottingham Post.
Paul Glatzel signs first Liverpool contract
The striker, who has scored 23 goals at youth level so far this season, expressed his joy after the announcement was made on Thursday.
“I’ve been at the club for a long time and to sign a professional contract means a lot to me, and on my birthday as well made everything special," said Glatzel.
Oblak set to sign new lucrative Atletico contract
The Spanish giants are looking to increase his buy-out clause from €100m ($113m, £87m) to €200m (£174m, $227m), fully recognising his value to the squad as one of world football's finest shot-stoppers.
Oblak has been ever present between the sticks for Atletico this season and he ended 2018 with the highest number of clean sheets across all major European leagues.
Milan chasing Bruno Fernandes
The Portuguese playmaker has a €100m (£87m, $113m) buy-out clause in his current contract, but the Rossonneri are readying an opening €30m (£26m, $36m) bid.
Fernandes is enjoying a stellar 2018-19 campaign at Sporting, scoring 11 goals and contributing 7 assists in 21 Primeira Liga matches.
Barca join race to sign Nicolas Pepe
Pepe has scored 16 goals in 25 games for Lille this season, while also contributing eight assists.
Ozil, Coutinho and the star players who don't play
Mesut Ozil and Philippe Coutinho are two of a number of big-name stars struggling for playing time despite their massive wages.
The two have been linked with moves away with their respective clubs as their salaries have far outweighed their production.
Modric set to renew with Real Madrid
The Croatian has been linked with a move to Inter
The Croatian has come to terms with the club to extend his deal until after the 2020-21 season amid numerous reports that he wished to leave Madrid.
Inter was seen as the front-runner to sign the midfielder, who wishes to retire at the club when his contract expires as he turns 36.
Three NYCFC players granted U.S. Green Cards
Jesus Medina, Ismael Tajouri-Shradi and Anton Tinnerholm have all been granted permanent resident status in the United States after joining the club last season.
As a result, NYCFC only uses four of the eight alotted international spots on the club's roster.
Vidic: Solskjaer a better fit for Man Utd than big-name managers
Nemanja Vidic says he sees Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as a better fit for the Manchester United job than other managers.
Solskjaer has certainly proven his worth thus far, losing just one game since taking charge from Jose Mourinho.
Man United went for big names and prior success with the club's last two hired in Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho, but Vidic hopes the club keeps things in-house this time.
Chelsea must sell winger to keep Hudson-Odoi - Sarri
Maurizio Sarri has stated Chelsea will need to sell a winger if they are to keep Callum Hudson-Odoi at the club beyond this season.
The winger was gvien the start against Malmo and put in an impressive performance, scoring a goal, and Sarri stated he played “very well” after the match.
Sarri claims if he remains on, Hudson-Odoi will be given more game-time in future years, though the sale of one of the team's wingers will be required or "the manager is in trouble."
LAFC sign US youth international
Los Angeles FC have announced the signing of three players including, 19-year-old United States youth international goalkeeper Phillip Ejimadu.
The Minnesota-born Ejimadu had been the youth ranks of Brazilian club Nacional Atletico Clube.
LAFC also signed Lamar Batista, most recently with Portland Timbers 2, and Adrien Perez, who played indoor soccer with the Ontario Fury of MASL.
Ajax want Fosu-Mensah as De Ligt replacement
The Manchester United defender is coveted by director of football Marc Overmars
The Amsterdam-born Fosu-Mensah already speant time in Ajax's youth system before moving to Old Trafford and is currently on loan at Fulham.
De Ligt is expected to be lured away by a top club in the near future and Overmars has already had discussions over a move with Fosu-Mensah's agent.
Sarri denies Roma contact
Maurizio Sarri has denied holding discussions with Roma officials about swapping Stamford Bridge for Stadio Olimpico.
A report in the former Napoli coach's native Italy claimed the Chelsea coach recently met with Roma president James Pallotta and club adviser Franco Baldini to speak about replacing Eusebio Di Francesco.
Sarri has come under pressure for poor results of late, but the manager has insisted he plans a long stay at Chelsea and denied contact with Roma.
New York Red Bulls transfers Abang to China
"We wish Anatole all the best in this next step,” Red Bulls Sporting Director Denis Hamlett said in a statement. “We are pleased to have found a transfer that is beneficial for both the player and the club.”
Leicester will consider Benitez
Benitez's contract with Newcastle will expire at the end of the season, and questions have swirled over whether he will commit long term to the club, with Brendan Rodgers and David Wagner possible replacements.
Meanwhile, Puel has come under pressure for inconsistent results this season with the Foxes.