Pardew: Injury could stop Evans move
Pardew revealed on Friday that the club have received approaches for the 30-year-old but that none had met the Baggies' valuation of the player, who has 18 months left on his contract.
Pellegri explains Monaco move
Italian wonderkid Pietro Pellegri has explained that Monaco's famous talent for youth development persuaded him to choose the club over a host of top European sides.
Monaco completed the signing of 16-year-old Pellegri from Genoa for a reported fee of €25 million on Saturday.
Arsenal & Chelsea scout Rochdale teenager
Arsenal and Chelsea have both made enquiries about signing Rochdale’s teenage midfielder Daniel Adshead, reports ESPN .
The 16-year-old has made seven appearances for Dale this season after making his first-team debut for the League One club back in September.
He has been scouted regularly by Arsenal and Chelsea, who are now preparing to step up their interest as Rochdale manager Keith Hill attempts to hold on to Adshead.
Gibbs-White agrees Wolves deal
Wolves teenager Morgan Gibbs-White has agreed a professional contract with the Championship leaders, reports The Sun .
However, the midfielder has decided to commit his future to Wolves and stay at Molineux, rather than push for a move to the Premier League.
Juve move for Arsenal target Carrasco
Juventus have opened talks for Arsenal target Ferreira Carrasco according to Sky Sports Italia (via CalcioMercato ).
The Belgian has a €100 million release clause in his contract with Atletico Madrid, and the Serie A side are desperate to replace the recently injured Juan Cuadrado.
Burnley eye Holding loan
Burnley are keen on signing Arsenal defender Rob Holding on a loan deal until the end of the season, according to The Sun on Sunday .
Clarets boss Sean Dyche wants to add more competition for first-choice centre-backs Ben Mee and James Tarkowski, and sees Holding as the ideal alternative.
The Gunners will only consider letting Holding leave, though, if they can secure a move for West Brom's Jonny Evans.
Arsenal told to pay up for Aubameyang
The Gunners are interested in signing the Gabon international but have thus far refused to meet Dortmund's £55m valuation.
A £45m bid was rejected by the German club, who are determined to play hardball as they attempt to retain their key man.
Mourinho: Alexis was cheap!
Jose Mourinho has insisted that Alexis Sanchez was a "cheap" signing for Manchester United, despite his astronomical wages.
"He was cheap, wasn't he?" said Mourinho. "A free transfer! He was free. For that price, he is fantastic. I think everyone thinks the same in this country."
Dortmund issue Aubameyang warning
Dortmund have told Arsenal that they will not easily be parted with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc said: "We have our position, just as last summer when Barcelona tried to sign him. We are willing to work on a transfer if certain criteria are met.
"Arsenal have tried several times but we have refused everything up until now. Either our demands will be fulfilled and there will be a transfer, or they won't be and Auba plays for Dortmund until the summer.
Arsenal agree terms with Benzema
The France striker's transfer to London is still up in the air, however, with Madrid demanding €60m for the 30-year-old and Arsenal only prepared to pay €40m.