Bailly offered assurances over United role
The Ivory Coast international has fallen out of favour at Old Trafford and after returning to the first team, was left out again for the 4-1 weekend win.
But Mourinho has informed Bailly that the decision was purely down to keeping him fresh, and that his next opportunity is around the corner.
Iwobi had Palace, Celtic and Saints meetings
The Nigeria international was uncertain if he would be retained by the Gunners at 16 years old.
And as a result he considered moves away from north London before committing his future to the club.
In 2015, he then signed a new long-term contract and has this term become a central part of Unai Emery's first team.
Orlando acquire Moutinho
The Portuguese defender arrives in exchange for Mohamed El-Munir, who moves to LA.
Moutinho was the No.1 pick in the MLS draft and made 14 appearances for LAFC last season.
City considering Moreno loan offer
The 22-year-old has never made a senior appearance for City, and has had loan spells at Deportivo La Coruna, Girona and Flamengo.
Moreno wants to stay in Brazil having settled back on his home continent, but City's plans remain to be seen.
What chance an Ozil-Alexis swap deal?
With Mesut Ozil seeing his value questioned at Arsenal and Alexis Sanchez facing a similar situation at Manchester United, Ray Parlour has floated the idea of another possible swap deal.
He told talkSPORT of Ozil's links to the Red Devils: "Where would he fit in there though? Would he be a player that they need? Would they lose Sanchez and get in Ozil? Would there be a swap deal?"
Kovac dismisses Bayern link with Pavard
Palermo keen on Roofe deal
Palermo have contacted Leeds over the possibility of signing forward Kemar Roofe, according to blogsicilia.it
Leeds are believed to value Roofe between £4.5million and £5.5million - a figure that will not deter the Italian side.
Roofe is Leeds' top scorer this season with 10 goals in 15 Championship appearances.
Sane open to new Man City deal
Man Utd enter race for Pablo
Toure leaves Olympiacos
Olympiacos have announced that Yaya Toure's contract has been terminated with immediate affect after just five appearances in his second spell with the Greek giants.
The 35-year-old returned to the Karaiskakis Stadium in September after being released by Manchester City following eight years at the Etihad Stadium.
Guardiola rules out €150m Saul swoop
Reports in Spain suggested City were ready to meet Atleti's €150 million (£136m/$170m) release clause for Saul, as they search for a long-term successor to Fernandinho.
Dembele price tag set at €400m
Arsenal aware of Barca star's valuation
Arsenal are among those to have been heavily linked with a move for the World Cup-winning winger, but those at Camp Nou have no intention of sanctioning a sale.
James would like to work with Mourinho
Rangers could make January move for unsettled Brown
The 19-year-old is said to be frustrated by a lack of opportunities, and is considering a transfer to gain first team experience.
Newcastle United and Huddersfield are also reported to be interested.
Guardiola rules out Saul approach
Reports made in Spain earlier in the week had suggested that City would line up a £150 million bid for the Spain international, but Guardiola has been quick to quash these rumours.
Speaking on Tuesday, he said: "He is a fantastic player but we are not interested in him. He is an Atletico player and will stay there for a long time."
Toure set to leave Olympiakos
The 35-year-old has failed to impress during his time in Greece and has struggled to hold down a first team place.
It is understood that his deal Epirus will be ended my mutual consent, leaving him free to look for a new club.
Chelsea set to rival Bayern Munich for Fekir
However, Chelsea officials are hoping to add more quality to their attacking ranks and have identified Fekir as the perfect man to link up with Eden Hazard, after watching his star turn against Manchester City in the Champions League back in September.
Everton ready move for Augustin
Everton are considering a January move for RB Leipzig forward Jean-Kevin Augustin, according to reports in the Daily Mail via France Football.
The 21-year-old is beneath Timo Werner and Yussuf Poulsen in the pecking order at ther German side, but has scored an all three of his Bundesliga starts this season.
If Leipzig are persuaded to sell they will likely look to make a profit on the £11.5 million they spent on the Frenchman last year.
Barca eye up shock move for ageing Kompany
The 32-year-old is out of contract at the Etihad next July and is yet to hold serious talks about an extension.
It is understood, however, that neither club nor player are in any great rush to enter negotiations, with the Belgian being well aware of the fact that he has the option to join the coaching staff when he retires.
Atletico Madrid join the race to sign Wilmar Barrios
According to Don Balon, Diego Simeone was in the stands to watch the Brazilian in action during the Copa Libertadores final second-leg on Sunday, which was staged at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Barrios was sent off late on in the tie and River Plate went on to win 3-1 after extra time, but Atletico are still hopeful of brokering a deal with Boca, with his current value set at €15m (£13m, $17m).
Solari demands Real move for Mata
The Spaniard is out of contract at Old Trafford next summer, and is reported to be hesitant to extend his stay in Manchester.
Solari sees the midfielder as a replacement for the out of favour Isco.
Liverpool eye shock move for Brighton's Gross
Jurgen Klopp is understood to be weighing up a swoop for the German, who scored seven goals and made eight more for the Seagulls last season.
It is believed that any prospective bid would amount to around £15 million.
Napoli won't listen to offers south of €100m for Koulibaly
According to Calcio Mercato, the Italian giant's believe Koulibaly is worth more than Liverpool's Virgil Van Dijk, who moved to Anfield from Southampton for €83m (£75m/$95m) back in 2017 - which stands as the current world record fee for a defender.
Jose Mourinho is desperate to bring in defensive reinforcements at United, but it looks like he will have to break the bank to lure Koulibaly away from Naples.
Emery identifies Real Valladolid's Calero as January target for Arsenal
Real Valladolid defender Fernando Calero is wanted by Premier League giants Arsenal, with his current market value set at €11m (£10m, $13m).
Emery sees Calero as the ideal short-term replacement for Rob Holding, who has been ruled out for the remainder of the current season with a cruciate ligament injury.
Herrera set to sign contract extension at Manchester United
The Spaniard's current deal is set to expire at the end of the season, at which point he will become available on a free transfer.
However, United are confident of tying Herrera down to an extension before the new year after positive negotiations with the player's representatives.
Mendes looks to engineer Neves Juve move
Tottenham join Man United in pursuit of Man
Spurs have joined Man United in the pursuit of highly-rated Romanian midfielder Dennis Man, according to The Sun.
The 20-year-old has shone for FCSB, formerly Steaua Bucharest, this season, and has already been capped by the national side.
Generally deployed in an attacking midfield role, Man has scored seven in 22 appearances so far this campaign.
Man United 'most determined' to land Ndombele
Manchester United are the club 'most determined' to sign Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, according to reports in the Mirror, via France Football.
It is believed that the French club will demand around £90 million for the midfielder, with United most willing to meet that valuation.
Juventus join the race to sign Isco
The Spaniard has fallen down the pecking order at the Santiago Bernabeu in recent months and could be offloaded in January, with Bayern Munich, Chelsea and AS Monaco all lining up as potential suitors.
Juventus have now also joined the race to secure the 27-year-old's services next year, which raises the possibility of a reunion between Rodriguez and Cristiano Ronaldo in Turin.
Rodriguez insists he will return to Real Madrid next year
According to Marca, the Colombian told a journalist from his homeland: "I'm going to return to Real Madrid."
Bayern had already stated their interest in signing the 27-year-old permanently, but it now appears that he will instead attempt to reignite his Madrid career next year.
Liverpool considering €50m move for AC Milan's Suso
The Spaniard swapped Anfield for the San Siro back in 2015 and is currently enjoying his best year yet in Italy, having contributed four goals and eight assists in 15 matches.
The Reds have been impressed by Suso's recent progress and are considering a €50m (£45m, $57m) swoop for their former charge in 2019, according to Calcio Mercato.
AC Milan hope to sign Fabregas for €10m
The Rossoneri could acquire the Spaniard for a cut-price fee when the transfer window reopens, with his current deal at Stamford Bridge set to expire next summer.
Fabregas would be free to leave for nothing at the end of the season and therefore Chelsea might prefer to cash in, as Milan boss Gattuso looks to bolster his midfield options.
Leicester lead chase for non-league striker
The forward has scored 17 goals for the National League club this season, catching the eye of several teams in the higher divisions.
Kamara leaves Whitecaps
Kamara has chosen to enter the MLS Re-Entry Draft rather than sign a new deal with the club.
"Kei was an important part of the team last year and we're thankful for his time at the club," said new head coach Marc dos Santos "We evaluated what we want in this position for next season, while also keeping in mind the medium and long term."
Kamara scored 14 goals in 28 matches last season.
Hysaj linked with Sarri reunion
Hysaj preivously played under Sarri at both Napoli and Empoli and was linked with Chelsea before his club blocked any more moves to Stamford Bridge.
Sarri previously brough Jorginho to the club with him, but would need to spend major money to sign Hysaj.
Opara asks Sporting KC to consider trade
Opara was the 2017 MLS Defender of the Year and, following the introduction of highly-paid defender Andreu Fontas midseason, is now looking for a raise.
Head coach Peter Vermes says the club is "not shopping anybody."
No former offers for Almiron
Rangers tracking Gillingham's Eaves
Eaves currently leads League One with 13 goals and several Championship sides are also said to be keen.
Rangers boss Steven Gerrard sees Eaves' size as a major asset as the club eyes a bigger forward.
Fulham after Deportivo La Coruna teen
The 19-year-old striker is a Portugal youth international, has featured for the Segunda Division side's B team and is believed to be approaching the final six months of his contract.
Martelo is thought to have a buyout clause of £900K, but Fulham will have to battle Portuguese sides in order to sign the youngster.
Fekir talks ended after Liverpool ‘change of heart’ - Aulas
Nabil Fekir’s failed transfer to Liverpool did not fall apart as a result of a medical issue, according to Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas, who insisted he ended negotiations after a "change of heart" by the Anfield outfit.
Fekir was expected to join Liverpool prior to the World Cup but the move fell apart at the last moments with reports of a knee problem during the medical potentially scuppering the deal.
Aulas has delivered his own take on the events of the summer, suggesting that the tight deadline of the World Cup affected the talks between the two clubs and Fekir, with Liverpool's "change of heart" causing him to end negotiations.
Leicester chasing next Vardy
The 23-year-old Leyton Orient forward has scored 17 goals in 24 games in the National League, the fifth tier of English football.
Pogba told he won't be allowed to leave in January
The midfielder has been dropped from Man Utd's XI for their last two games
The midfielder is set to return to the XI for the Champions League with United already qualified for the knockout stage after being dropped for the club's last two games, though he is expected to return to the bench against Liverpool this weekend.
Despite that, and Juventus' interest in a reunion, United do not want to sell their marquee midfielder as they still see a bright future for him at Old Trafford.