Chanot signs a new multi-year deal with NYCFC
The defender joined the club in 2016 and has made 43 regular season appearances with five additional playoff appearances.
“I’m very happy to sign a new contract with New York," he said. "The Club has been very successful over the past few years and I know we will continue to improve and remain one of the best teams in the league.
“I want to thank God for this opportunity. Of course, a big thank you to the Club and everyone involved at NYCFC who have helped me in my time here and will continue to support me going forward.”
Newcastle still searching for left back help
Newcastle United are in need of a left back and the club is prepared to hit the market to find one, according to the Chronicle.
Paul Dummett's injury issues have shown the need for competition, with Rafa Benitez recently admitting the position was one of need.
Man City eye Galatasaray's Kabak
Galatasaray would prefer to wait for the summer for a potential sale, which is fine with Manchester City but could deter Manchester United, who are in need of a defender.
Zidane wants Bale at Bayern
Welbeck wanted by Galatasaray
Bayern could join De Jong race
The 21-year-old has emerged as one of the most sought-after talents in European football after starring in the Eredivisie and is expected to be the subject of a big-money transfer at some point in the near future.
Wesley talked up for Arsenal move
'Chelsea should have signed Vardy'
The ex-Blues star said: “He’s a natural goalscorer in a team that doesn’t create loads of chances, I think he’d be fantastic in the Chelsea side.”
Man Utd eye bid for Bristol City striker
Wolves to shell out €38m for Jimenez
Wolves are set to pay €38 million (£34m) to sign striker Raul Jimenez on a permanent deal, per O Jogo.
Jimenez has scored four goals and provided five assists thus far this season while on loan from Benfica, and Wolves are set to trigger a clause that will allow them to acquire him on a permanent basis.
Navas facing uncertain Real future
Santiago Solari said Keylor Navas must make his own decision about whether to stay at Real Madrid after being dropped.
The Costa Rica international goalkeeper has slipped behind Thibaut Courtois in the pecking order at the Santiago Bernabeu and is weighing up his options as a result.
Chelsea wanted Chiellini
Azpilicueta never considered quitting Chelsea
Cesar Azpilicueta, fresh from signing a new four-year contract, claims to have never given any thought to leaving Chelsea.
He told the club's official website: "Since I have come here I have felt at home and I never had anything in my mind that made me think about moving abroad."
Spurs eyeing Vilhena move
Dortmund to keep Sancho
Asked if he could promise Sancho would stay, he told Bild: "Yes. Because he is still a very young player and there are absolutely no signs for a transfer."
Barca not giving up on De Jong
PSG are also interested in securing De Jong's services and reports had claimed that the French club had agreed a deal to sign the midfielder.
However, Barca retain hope of convincing De Jong to move to Camp Nou.
Navas keen on Premier League move
Klopp to allow Wilson to remain at Derby
Frank Lampard confirmed this week the Reds do have an option to cut short Wilson's spell at Pride Park in January.
But the Liverpool Echo says Jurgen Klopp wants to allow the 21-year-old to remain at the Championship side, where he has scored eight goals this season.
Milan turn to Origi and Sturridge
Zlatan Ibrahimovic remains their man target but if they fail to bring the former Sweden captain back to the San Siro there are a number of alternatives.
Jurgen Klopp has only used Origi and Sturridge in dispatches this term and either player could be available for a loan move in January.
Tottenham's Vincent Janssen, former striker Alexandre Pato and Pedro Guilherme of Fluminense are also being considered by the Rossoneri.
Plata agent 'excited' by looming Barcelona talks
And the player's agent Manuel Sierra is hopeful of holding discussions with the Catalan giants.
"I have been asked about Silver, the clubs want to know the situation of him with Independiente, we believe that, due to his characteristics as a footballer, he could complete his training in Europe," said Sierra.
He added: "There is nothing in particular, I'm excited to go to Barcelona."
Sandro could yet leave Juve
Alex Sandro's new deal at Juventus does not rule out him leaving the club in the near future.
The Brazilian extended his deal with the Serie A champions this week, keeping him at the club until 2023.
Premier League sides Chelsea and Manchester United have both previously been linked with the 27-year-old, and according to Tuttosport they still have a chance of luring the full-back away from the Allianz Stadium.
De Jong move to PSG denied
Monchi set for Sevilla return?
The Giallorossi have reported sounded out Mirabelli as a potential replacement, leading to speculation that Monchi could return to the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, where he spent 17 years as director of football.
Sanchez home for Christmas
Manchester United have allowed the forward to fly to South America, with his fresh injury set to keep him out until 2019.
Sanchez is also being given time to get over his recent break-up with actress Mayte Rodriguez, which ended in September, with the hope he will return to form in the New Year.
Madrid to hold Palacios talks
Real Madrid will hold talks with River Plate over signing midfielder Exequiel Palacios after the Copa Libatadores final second leg.
As Los Millonarios continue to prepare to face arch rivals Boca Juniors, speculation regarding the 20-year-old has continued to swell.
But Real must park their interest for the time being, though negotiations will continue.
Pochettino dismisses Man Utd rumours
Ramos not in running for FC Dallas job
The former U.S. national team star has helped lead the U.S. youth team through its most successful period, having recently captured the Concacaf U-20 title after a strong World Cup showing the previous cycle.
Dallas assistant Marco Ferruzzi and academy director Luchi Gonzalez are seen as the leaders for the role.
Celtic and Frankfurt eye Indiana University's Rennicks
The New England Revolution have the option of signing Rennicks to a homegrown deal, but the Indiana player has yet to be offered by the club after being handed a suspension for training with Frankfurt.
The German club remain keen, while the Scottish club are also said to be interested in acquiring his services.
PSG refutes reports of Neymar and Mbappe sale
PSG have refuted a report saying the club would be forced to sell Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.
Reports emerged this week that the club would be hit by Financial Fair Play issues that would force their hand, but the club insists that those reports are false.
Sarri says Chelsea likely won't buy a striker
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has said it's unlikely that his side will purchase a striker in January.
Neither of the Blues two main strikers, Alvaro Morata or Olivier Giroud, have found consistent scoring form this season, combining for just 11 goals in all competitions.
Lukaku could be on his way out at Man Utd
The striker has grown frustrated with Jose Mourinho over a lack of playing time
Once an automatic starter at Old Trafford, Lukaku has seen his role reduced in recent weeks as he has struggled to find the back of the net.
If his lack of playing time continues, the 25-year-old feels he will be forced to consider a move away from United.
Bayern still keen on Pavard move
The Bundesliga champions have been linked with the World Cup winner for some time, but Pavard has thus far rejected any offers to leave his current side.
Bayern, however, are planning a summer move for the defender, and have made room in their budget for a bid.
Roma make contact with Dortmund over Weigl
The Serie A side are interested in a loan for the 23-year-old, who has fallen out of favour under Lucien Favre this term, making just three league appearances thus far.
Guardiola rules out move for Hazard
Hazard's contract expires in 2020 and City are one of only a few sides in world football who could afford the Belgian superstar.
Speaking ahead of City's match with Chelsea on Saturday, however, Guardiola made it clear that Hazard would not be wearing sky blue anytime soon.
Wolves eyeing three Lille players
The Premier League side are scouting Nicolas Pepe, Zeki Celik and Xeka, who have all helped their club to a surprising second-place position in the table.