De Leeuw leaves Fire for FC Emmen
The forward had his 2019 option declined by the MLS side, but the club and player had been negotiating a potential return.
However he has instead agreed to a return to his home country with the team currently 13th in the Dutch top flight.
Huddersfield owner promises ‘active’ January
Huddersfield Town will not be allowed to “sleepwalk into relegation” and will be active in the January window, promises owner Dean Hoyle.
Though they face difficulty in remaining up, club chairman Hoyle has promised to fight as hard as he can to help the Terriers defy the odds once more and avoid the drop.
Four Premier League clubs chase Abraham
The 21-year-old striker has 14 goals in 19 games in the Championship and Wolves, Burnley, Huddersfield and Crystal Palace all have interest in landing him if the Blues decide he needs to play at a higher level.
Acosta nears FC Dallas move
Ramsey to negotiate with five teams in January
Aaron Ramsey is set to negotiate with five teams in January ahead of his contract expiring in June, reports the BBC.
Contrary to reports, Ramsey has not agreed to move anywhere yet.
Though he is amenable to departing in January, Arsenal do not believe the fee they could receive is worth losing the depth the midfielder can provide for the rest of the season.
Chelsea's £113m in transfer sales fuel record turnover
Player sales reaching £113 million ($144m) helped Chelsea record their best ever profits for the year ending June 30 2018.
The Blues have revealed they made £62 million after tax amid turnover of £443.4m.
Diego Costa, Nemanja Matic, Nathan Ake and Juan Cuadrado were among the players to leave the club during the 2017-18 campaign.
Nasri joins West Ham
Samir Nasri will return from his doping ban with West Ham United, the club have confirmed.
The Frenchman has not played for over a year while serving an 18-month doping ban.
Formerly of Manchester City, Nasri won two major trophies working with Manuel Pellegrini and reunites with the Argentine in East London.
Boro land Van La Parra
The 27-year-old has been left out of the Terriers squad for the last nine Premier League games - despite making 33 top flight appearances last term.
Boro meanwhile are fifth in the Championship, just four points off the automatic promotion places.
Manager Tony Pulis said: “He’s got a promotion with Huddersfield on his CV, he’s played for them in the Premier League and he’s played in the Championship with Wolves so he has a good pedigree.
“I think he will be a really good signing for us and offers something that we’ve been looking for.”
Ajax's Matuiwa to boost De Graafschap's survival bid
Ajax youngster Azor Matusiwa has joined De Graafschap on loan for the rest of the season, the club have confirmed.
The 20-year-old has only made one senior appearance in his career with the Dutch giants.
De Graafschap are bottom of Eredivisie with 12 points from their 17 games, with three points separating them from safety.
PSG target Dortmund's Weigl
The 23-year-old has barely figured for the Bundesliga champions this season, making just four top fight appearances.
Dortmund are unwilling to consider offers for the German, but the Paris club have a €30 million (£26m/$34m) budget to play with and could make a bid next month
Milan continue Fabregas pursuit
As per Calciomercato
The Spaniard has not played in either of the Blues' last two games but Maurizio Sarri wants him to stay.
Milan are conscious that Fabregas wants to play football on a regular basis and could make a deal happen in January.
Gooch commits to the Black Cats
Lynden Gooch has committed his future to Sunderland until 2022 after signing a new three-and-a-half year contract with the League One side.
The USMNT international has started 20 of the Black Cats' 25 league games this season, scoring five goals and contributing eight assists.
“The club has completely changed since the summer and the manager [Jack Ross] was a big reason for me wanting to stay," said the 23-year-old.
“He has had a big impact on me this season and given me the license to do what I do best. Hopefully I can continue to show the form I have done in the first-half of the season and help us get promoted.”
Baggies nab Holgate
West Brom will sign Mason Holgate on loan for the rest of the season when the transfer window re-opens on January 1.
The 22-year-old has made five Premier League appearances for parent club Everton this season, but has not played since September.
Lewandowski planning Bayern stay
Poland striker has a contract until 2021
But the 30-year-old is keen on remaining with the Bavarian giants. Read why he wants to stay with Niko Kovac's side here.
AC Milan targeting Gabbiadini
That has prompted the club to switch their attentions to Gabbiadini, who has fallen out of favour at St Mary's under new Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl.
Tottenham tracking Hull winger Bowen
Bowen has scored ten goals for the Tigers this season including six goals and two assists in December alone.
Tottenham are likely to face competition from Leeds and Everton, who have also expressed an interest in signing the talented 22-year-old.
Tottenham below PSG's Rabiot
Rabiot's contract expires at the end of the season but is expected to be allowed to leave for around €10million (£8.9million/$11.4million) next month.
Hernandez unlikely to leave West Ham
West Ham are reluctant to let Javier Hernandez leave the club next month, according to Football.London.
Hernandez is reportedly a target for Valencia as they look to find a replacement for Michy Batshuayi, who is expected to return to parent club chelsea.
However, Hammers boss Manuel Pellegrini is not interested in selling the Mexican striker given the lack of squad depth he currently has in that position.
Modric and Kroos among Inter targets
Lunin to stay at Leganes
Los Blancos are considering bringing the Ukrainian back to the Spanish capital amid reports of renewed interest in Keylor Navas.
However, Lunin is settled at Leganes and reluctant to leave, despite spending much of the campaign as back-up to Ivan Cuellar.
Sevilla interested in Mavropanos
The Greece U21 international, who only moved to the Emirates Stadium from PAS Giannina in January, has yet to feature for the Gunners this season due to a groin injury.
As a result new Arsenal boss Unai Emery has yet to see the defender in action, meaning Sevilla may have until at least the end of the season for a decision on his availability.
AC Milan and Inter join race for Godin
Godin's Atletico contract expires in the summer and has yet to agree an extension, sparking interest from a number of European clubs.
Ramsey agrees Juventus move
The Wales international is believed to have agreed a contract worth in the region of €10million (£8.9million/$11.4million) a year.
Ramsey seems certain to leave Emirates Stadium this summer after the Gunners withdrew their offer of a new deal.
Marseille interested in Moreno
Moreno is expected to leave Anfield after falling out of favour under Jurgen Klopp this season.
Rudi Garcia's side are interested in discussing a deal, but it's believed Moreno would prefer a move to Spain should he leave Merseyside.
Varane keen to spend career in Madrid
The French defender has reportedly told Sergio Ramos of his intentions to remain with the club and continue a partnership that remains among the world's best.
Varane's decision is said to be music to Fiorentino Perez's ears, as the Real Madrid executive sees Varane as a centerpiece for years to come.
Warnock admits Clyne interest
Neil Warnock admitted that Cardiff are interested in Nathaniel Clyne.
Clyne has made just five appearances for Liverpool as Trent Alexander-Arnold remains the first-choice starter for the Reds.
Warnock says the club have "nine or 10" concrete enquiries at the moment, including Clyne, as the club looks to strenghten in January.
"But honestly, we've got nothing set for any position at the moment, I'm hoping that changes this week."
Atlanta United signs Brek Shea
Atlanta United has signed Brek Shea, the club announced on Sunday.
In total, Shea has made 205 MLS appearances while earning 34 caps for the U.S. national team.
“We’re pleased to add a player of Brek’s caliber and versatility to the club,” Atlanta United Vice President and Technical Director Carlos Bocanegra said. “He has significant experience, playing numerous years in MLS, overseas and for the U.S. Men’s National Team, and will be a great addition to our locker room.”
Manchester City and Real Madrid after Firpo
Real Madrid see Firpo as a potential long-term replacement for Marcelo while Pep Guardiola is also keeping a close eye on the defender as cover for Benjamin Mendy.
Firpo, who was born in the Dominican Republic, has played for Spain at Under-21 level and is seen as a future Spain international.
Isco not considering Madrid exit this winter
Inter could have never afforded Ronaldo
Ausilio though, in a wide-ranging interview, admitted that Juve’s Milan-based rivals would have not been able to muster the financial power to both sign and retain Ronaldo, despite their interest.
Muriel to snub Milan for Fiorentina
La Liga trio keen on Everton’s Mina
The Columbia international made the move from the Catalan outfit to the Toffees following a fine World Cup but has seen his time limited by injury.
Icardi hoping for Man United move this summer
Forward wants to compete on all fronts at Old Trafford
His ideal destination was Spain, with Los Blancos, but the club have shown little interest and he is now hoping to earn a move to Old Trafford in the summer
DeMarcus Beasley re-signs with Houston Dynamo
Veteran United States defender DeMarcus Beasley has re-signed with Houston Dynamo for the 2019 MLS season, for what will be the 20th professional campaign of his career.
The 36-year-old, who has been with the club since halfway through 2014, captained them to the 2018 U.S. Open title this year.