Malcolm's agent rubbishes links to Roma move
Malcolm's agent has spoken out, denying links to a move to Rom via an Instagram post.
Luis Fernando Menzes Garcia labeled the reports as "fake news" as Malcolm has been linked with a number of clubs due to his lack of game time at Barcelona.
Brazilian legend Ronaldo aims to turn Vallodolid into 'talk of Europe'
Ronaldo is planning on turning Real Valladolid into the "talk of Europe".
The former Brazil star has proven a very hands-on owner in his initial days in charge of the Spanish club, and he has a number of plans when it comes to turning the club into a sustainable competitor.
Madrid and Juventus to swap Marcelo and Sandro
Ramsey can play anywhere in Europe - Giggs
Aaron Ramsey can play anywhere in Europe, according to his international manager Ryan Giggs.
The midfielder is being linked with a move away from London and has been given limited game time at Arsenal since he failed to come to terms with the club over a new contract earlier this season.
With Ramsey's time at Arsenal appearing to near an end, Giggs believes there will be plenty of offers for the Wales international's signature.
Lennon considering Hibernian future over 'racism'
Neil Lennon is considering his future as Hibernian manager over what he described as "racism" after he appeared to be hit by a coin during the Edinburgh derby.
Former Northern Ireland international Lennon was struck towards the end of Wednesday's Scottish Premier League game between Hibs and leaders Hearts at Tynecastle, which featured five arrests over the incidents.
Lennon gave an impassioned speech after the match admitting he has considered walking away before and could do so again.
Ajax name De Ligt price
The club believes that the summer could be the time for a move as its becoming harder to keep hold of their highly-covered defensive star.
Tottenham, Inter and Juve eye 'next Alderweireld'
The club is demanding €35 million for Andersen, and Inter are hoping to wrap up a deal in January before the defender draws more outside attention.
Real Madrid target Pochetitino wants to "feel glory with Tottenham"
The Argentine says he has responsibility to create a long-term project with Spurs while adding that he feels that he's in the middle of his journey with the club.
Revolution finalize permanent deals for Penilla and Caicedo
The New England Revolution finalized deals for on-loan forward Cristian Penilla and on-loan midfielder Luis Caicedo, the club announced Friday.
Penilla was on loan from Liga MX side Pachuca and scored 13 goals in 33 games. Caicedo, meanwhile, made 29 starts in midfield.
“This year both Penilla and Caicedo were impactful players on the field for us and we felt it was important to exercise both players’ permanent transfer options at the start of the offseason,” General Manager Michael Burns said. “We look forward to seeing both players continue to grow and contribute to the team’s success moving forward.”
PSG remain in chase for Ndombele
Ndombele broke through last season with 36 league appearances and has made 11 to start the Ligue 1 campaign this time around.
'Turin is my home' - Pogba drops Juventus return hint amid Man Utd unrest
Speaking ahead of United's Champions League trip to Juventus on Wednesday, Pogba has stated he has always wanted the opportunity to go back to Turin.
Buffon considered Serie A stay
"I could have considered something romantic like Parma, or Genoa, because when I was a fan as a kid," said Buffon. "Or Lazio, because Lazio fans have always treated me like a champion and a man to honor and this for me has a really important value.
"But despite this, I think the best situation was to get out of Italy and expand my world of knowledge ".
Pochettino planning for long-term at Tottenham
Pochettino was again the subject of speculation linking him with a move to the Bernabeu this week following the departure of coach Julen Lopetegui.
“We work with the responsibility to create a long-term project," he told reporters. "I think the success here is that we always work in thinking of today but also in thinking in tomorrow, and I think that’s the most important thing. I work like I’m going to be here for all of my career."
I've never tried to sign Messi - Guardiola
Man City boss denies reports of world record bid
“When I left Barcelona and went to Bayern Munich and Manchester City I never asked Messi to come here,” Guardiola told reporters. “I never went to both clubs and said I want this player.
“I know how important he is for Barcelona. I never made the first step to say I want this player. Never. I said a thousand times I want him to stay at Barcelona. I want that.”
Klavan never wanted to leave Liverpool - until Cagliari came along
Klavan was keen to remain on Merseyside an rejected a number of other offers before eventually making the move to the Serie A club in August.
Sarri on possible January departures
Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri says there is 'no chance' Ruben Loftus-Cheek will leave the club on loan in January but was less certain about Gary Cahill.
Both players have been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge after struggling for regular first-team football under the Italian, though they have featured more frequently in recent weeks.
"Ruben in October played four out of five matches. At the moment, the situation is not for a loan," said Sarri. "Cahill, it depends on him. He played very often in the last seven or eight matches. It depends on him and the club. He is very important on the pitch and out of the pitch."
Valverde refuses to rule out January move for defender
Gerard Pique and summer signing Clement Lenglet are currently Barcelona's only two fit central defenders following injuries to Thomas Vermaelen and Samuel Umtiti.
"I'm happy with the central defenders that I have. Although Barca must be attentive to the market," said Valverde.
Messi considered Manchester City move
Deal would have broken world transfer record
The Premier League champions were willing to pay Messi €250m after tax over five years and a €50m bonus to Jorge Messi if he could convince his son to move to the Etihad Stadium.
Messi considered leaving Barca during the height of the Catalonia political crisis, amid concerns that Catalan independence could leave Barcelona outside of Europe's major leagues.
Ajax want €60m for De Ligt
Centre-back a target for Europe's elite
And with Bayern Munich also monitoring his progress, the Eredivise outfit are keen to earn as much as they can from De Ligt's inevitable sale.
Mourinho dodges January transfer questions
De Bruyne facing another month out
Kevin De Bruyne fears he will miss another month of action with his latest knee injury, according to the Daily Telegraph.
The Manchester City midfielder limped off in the closing stages of Thursday's win over Fulham in what was just his fifth appearance of the season having sat out most of the campaign with a right knee problem.
And though De Bruyne's latest issue is with his left knee, the early diagnosis does not look good for the Belgium international.
Real Madrid join Suso race
Barca rule out Koulibaly move
The Blaugrana have watched the Senegal international on a number of occasions as they weigh up potential centre-back targets.
But with the Serie A club likely to hold out for around €70 million (£61.5m/$80.1m), Barca have decided against making their move.
Fabregas must take pay cut at Chelsea
The Spain international's current contract is up at the end of the season, though Fabregas has hinted that he would like to stay with the Blues.
But with talks over a new deal yet to be started, it has emerged that the west London outfit are not willing to offer Fabregas anything close to his current salary.
Martinez sidesteps Madrid links
Martinez guided the Reds Devils to a third place finish at the World Cup yet has a chequered managerial record.
Asked by VTM Nieuws about the speculation, Martinez responded: "We won't waste our time on that."
The end of 'deliberate' handball?
Football rule-makers are considering making an important change to the handball rule, according to The Daily Telegraph.
The alteration which will discussed at a meeting next week in London which could see the word 'deliberately' removed from the regulations regarding handling the ball.
Instead, referees will be asked to judge whether a player's arm or hand is in an unnatural position - possibly above shoulder height.
If the talks prove successful then the change in the rule could be voted on at International FA Board's annual general meeting next March.
PSG alerted to frustrated Fabinho
Fabinho is "bored" at Liverpool and could leave the club as early as the January transfer window.
The Brazilian only moved to Anfield in the summer from Monaco but has found opportunities hard to come by.
Jurgen Klopp has fielded the 25-year-old just once from the start in the Premier League this season.
United identify Ryan to replace De Gea
Jose Mourinho and the United hierarchy is concerned the Spaniard will not commit to extending his contract.
Australia international Ryan has impressed for the Seagulls since moving to the Amex and has kept three clean sheets in 10 appearances this season.
Suarez: Barcelona search for replacement is normal
Luis Suarez is not worried if Barcelona reignite their search for a new striker.
The 31-year-old netted a hat-trick in El Clasico against Real Madrid but has endured an otherwise slow start to the campaign, with some criticism over his weight.
But he told Uruguayan radio station Sport 890: "For Barcelona to look for a [number] nine is normal. I am already 31 years old."
Chelsea unsure about Ramsey
No January bid for the Welshman
The Blues were thought to be among a clutch of sides monitoring the 27-year-old, following's Arsenal's decision not to extend his contract which expires at the end of the season.
Maurizio Sarri has as many as seven central midfielders available to him, with the recent form of Ross Barkley and Ruben Loftus-Cheek adding to his selection dilemma.
There is therefore a feeling within Stamford Bridge that signing another midfielder would be an unnecessary purchase, particularly with the club not thought to be interested in a permanent deal for the on-loan Mateo Kovacic.
Former USMNT boss Arena linked with Galaxy return
Arena departed the club to take over as manager of the U.S. national team, but left after the group failed to make the World Cup.
Now, he's linked with a return to the club in a front office position while the club has yet to make a decision on interim boss Dom Kinnear.
Conte demands impacting potential Real Madrid move
Conte is looking for a contract of at least two years should he be hired to replace Julen Lopetegui while the Italian is also calling for full control.
Real Madrid hasn't given a coach total control since Jose Mourinho, and that fact is proving to be a major hurdle for the two parties.
Gomez set for new Liverpool deal
Gomez has forged a partnership with Virgil van Dijk this season, helping guide Liverpool towards title contention.
Despite the fact the young English defender has several years remaining on his current deal, the club is looking to compensate the defender with a new contract worthy of his recent play.
Guardiola: Man City will do everything to keep Brahim
Brahim Diaz's future with Manchester City is in doubt according to reports, but his manager says the club will put in a major effort to keep the Spanish midfielder.
After seeing Brahim score twice against Fulham on Thursday, Pep Guardiola says the club will certainly work to keep hold of Diaz, who could be tempted to follow the path of Jadon Sancho away from Man City.
Torino aim to bring back Zappacosta
The defender played for the club from 2015-17 before joining the Blues on a four-year deal.
However, playing time has been hard to come by as Zappacosta has played just six Premier League minutes this season under fellow Italian Maurizio Sarri.
A move could be tempting for the defender, who hopes to remain in the picture for the national taem.
Bailey wants Bayer exit
The Jamaican has been named on the bench in five of his side’s last six games and is plotting a potential departure come January in order to increase game time.
However, the 20-year-old remains contracted to the Bundesliga side until 2023 following an extension and they are thought to be unlikely to want to let him go.
Hodgson vague on Puncheon future
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has stressed that Jason Puncheon remains in his plans, though he admits that he is unsure on the 32-year-old’s future.
Puncheon was heavily linked with a move to join old boss Tony Pulis at Middleborough in the summer and former England coach Hodgson has previously acknowledged that he won’t stop the winger from leaving in search of regular football.
“Who knows what January is going to bring, what offers are going to come our way – I'll have to wait and see,” the 71-year-old said, according to the Teesside Gazette.
Arsenal among quintet chasing Vinicius Jr loan
The Brazilian star failed to break out for Los Blancos under departed coach Julen Lopetegui and may seek more regular game-time elsewhere on a temporary basis.
Milan wary of FFP in Suarez pursuit
However, they are keen to avoid a repeat of their rival Inter’s predicament with Rafinha, where they were unable to secure the Brazilian from the Liga champions due to FFP rules.
Solari seeks Hermoso reunion
The 23-year-old would be a like-for-like replacement for fellow defender Jesus Vallejo who is expected to be moved on by Los Blancos in the new year.