Jones announces retirement
D.C. United land Ellis
Roma join race for De Jong
The 21-year-old is valued at €50 million (£45m/$58m).
Birmingham facing 12-point deduction over transfer
The Championship club paid £2 million to sign Danish defender Kristian Pedersen over the summer while they were under a transfer embargo.
The Blues were under a ban for breaking financial rules, but believed the signing was allowed due to being under a "soft embargo".
Usmanov not making a move for Charlton
Former Arsenal owner Alisher Usmanov is not considering purchasing Charlton Athletic, his spokesman has told CNBC.
Reports in the England media emerged on Thursday evening suggesting the 64-year-old Uzbeki was interested in the League One side.
Stan Kroenke paid Usmanov £600 million ($775m) last month to buy out his stake in the Gunners.
Griezmann explains Barcelona snub
The France World Cup winner was on Barca's radar but ultimately snubbed interest from the Catalans in favour of remaining with Diego Simeone's side.
And while he admits that rejecting the Liga winners was a difficult decision, he felt that Atleti did "everything" to make him feel good, including the signing of new, "important" players.
Emery needs two transfer windows to get it right
Arsenal boss Unai Emery will need two more transfer windows to get things as he wants them at the club, according to Lee Dixon.
The Gunners have suffered two defeats out of their four matches thus far this season and Dixon thinks the north Londoners still need to bring in new players to be ready for a title challenge.
Newcastle loan Aarons to Czech side
Newcastle winger Rolando Aarons has joined Czech side FC Slovan Liberec on a six-month loan.
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The 22-year-old has made 27 appearances for the Magpies since making his debut in 2014.
Neymar has wished me luck at Amiens - Ganso
Vinicius Junior to remain at Real
Vinicius Junior is set to remain at Real Madrid rather than secure a loan return to Flamengo, claims the teenage forward’s agent.
Speculation regarding a possible switch to familiar surroundings has surfaced on the back of the highly rated 18-year-old being denied senior football in Spain.
France hero Areola wanted Chelsea move
Halilovic already out of favour at AC Milan
Worse, he was not injured, simply dropped from the matchday 18.
Pedro Guilherme is Real Madrid's latest target
Man Utd shelve Pogba contract talks
The Red Devils want to keep the midfielder at Old Trafford for years to come, but while he is unsettled they will not be discussing terms.
Furthermore, Pogba is not expected to push for a January move but could be tempted by Barcelona next summer.
Navarro announces retirement
Rabiot not on Liverpool's radar
Barcelona to offload Rafinha in January
Stanislas pens new Bournemouth deal
Cahill ready to quit Chelsea
Barca thought they had Griezmann
Indeed, the reason Philippe Coutinho was not given the No.7 shirt was because they felt it was destined for the World Cup-winning attacker.
However, Griezmann chose to extend his deal with Atleti in a shock move.
Barcelona launch a renovation plan
The club are seeking to lay long-term foundations for the squad and will also offer new contracts to Sergio Busquets and head coach Ernesto Valverde, whose deal is up next year.
Martial puts Man Utd talks on hold until Mou's future is clear
Attacker not willing to discuss terms now
The former Monaco man has been pushed aside by the Portuguese and would look to leave if the manager was to stay in place.
However, if the embattled Mourinho was set to depart, his outlook would drastically change.
Champions League essential for Hazard Chelsea stay
Blues must finish top four to keep Belgium ace
Out of contract in 2020, there was no sustained interest for the Belgium ace this summer, but that situation is not expected to last.
If the Blues finish outside the Premier League's top four, Real Madrid are among the teams waiting to pounce.
Milan will try to lock up Rabiot in January
The 23-year-old is in the final season of his contract with PSG
Rabiot's contract expires at the end of the 2018-19 campaign, and he will be free to sign with a new team for next season starting in January.
Milan sporting director Leonardo, who used to hold a similar position at PSG, is hoping to use his connections with his former club to land the France international.
Hoolahan and Martin on trial at West Brom
Real Madrid tracking Brahim Diaz
The 19-year-old is entering the final year of his contract and has opted to stay with the club and fight for minutes this season, rather than go on loan.
City are desperate to keep Diaz at the club, fearing the loss of another talent like Jadon Sancho, who is currently starring for Borussia Dortmund.
Maradona named manager of second-tier Mexican side
Hysaj close to Napoli renewal
Beckham eyes Ronaldo for Inter Miami
The expansion MLS franchise are set to begin play in 2020
Usmanov considering move for Charlton Athletic
Former Arsenal owner Alisher Usmanov is considering a move for Charlton Athletic, reports the Mirror.
Stan Kroenke paid Usmanov £600 million ($775m) last month to buy out his stake in the Gunners, and the 64-year-old Uzbeki wants to remain in English football.
Usmanov could look to Charlton, a League One side currently in financial turmoil.
Lainez's future lies away from America
Club America wonderkid Diego Lainez is heading for a future in Europe, perhaps sooner rather than later.
America have already been forced to turn down advances for the winger from Ligue 1 clubs and from Roma.
Betis turned down €12m-€15m West Ham offer for Mandi
The 26-year-old has become one of Betis' most vital players, and can play any position across the back line.
Betis are hoping to tie Mandi down to a new contract that includes a release clause of nearly €60m (£54m/$70m).
Mou wanted centre-back signing to change playing style
Jose Mourinho wanted to bring in a centre-back this summer to change Man Utd to a 3-5-2 system, according to the Evening Standard.
Mourinho wanted to sign either Harry Maguire or Toby Alderweireld, as either ball-playing centre-back would allow United to shift wing-backs further up the field.
With neither player arriving, Mourinho used Ander Herrera as a makeshift defender in United's 3-0 defeat to Tottenham last week.