PManchester United have joined the pursuit of young £51m-rated Portugal international striker Andre Silva.
Mesut Ozil is closing in on a £200,000-a-week deal to stay at Arsenal.
Gareth Southgate will be offered a £1.5m-a-year contract until 2020 to manage England.
Chelsea will offer Frank Lampard a job at Stamford Bridge following his exit from New York City.
Daniel Sturridge is ready to quit Liverpool in January – in a move which will spark a major battle for his signature.
Lionel Messi will sign a new deal with Barcelona and overtake Cristiano Ronaldo as the world’s best-paid player.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers hads joined the queue of managers looking to sign Charlton’s Ezri Konsa; Manchester City, United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea have all been credited with an interest in the 18-year-old centre-back.
Manchester United outcast Bastian Schweinsteiger has opened talks with MLS side Chicago Fire over a January move.
Juan Mata’s father has revealed the Manchester United midfielder will not decide on his future until the end of the season.
West Ham are lining up a shock January move for Watford’s Troy Deeney.
Memphis Depay will become a target for Juventus if the Italians fail in their bid to sign James Rodriguez from Real Madrid.
Bastian Schweinsteiger is set to chance his hand on a move to Chicago Fire after being frozen out at Manchester United.
Chelsea will go head to head with Tottenham for Napoli’s teenage sensation Amadou Diawara.
Lionel Messi has rejected a new Barcelona deal over concerns regarding his tax fraud case.
Wayne Rooney could leave Manchester United for a new MLS franchise in Los Angeles in 2018.
Barcelona are interested in signing Chelsea target Joao Cancelo – but won’t be able to sign the right-back in January.
David Sullivan insists Dimitri Payet is staying at West Ham despite hinting at a January exit.
Liverpool’s hopes of signing Mahmoud Dahoud have taken a hit with Borussia Dortmund offering a player-plus-cash deal for the midfielder.
Manchester United are interested in signing Porto sensation Andre Silva.
Wayne Rooney is the top target for new MLS franchise Los Angeles FC.
Mike Phelan wants bad-boy Ravel Morrison to boost Hull’s battle to beat the drop.
Sheffield United and Bolton are ready to battle it out for Millwall defender Byron Webster in the January window.
Brighton, Nottingham Forest and Ipswich are all tracking former Arsenal striker Arturo Lupoli, who plays for Pisa in Serie B.
Tottenham will risk losing Harry Kane and Hugo Lloris if they refuse to improve the existing wage structure to accommodate their two biggest stars.
At least five MLS clubs are interested in Bastian Schweinsteiger after Manchester United handed him free rein to find new employers in January.
Memphis Depay is open to discussing a winter switch to Everton with his immediate Manchester United future looking bleak.
Memphis Depay is open to the possibility of moving to Everton after Ronald Koeman declared an interest in signing the out-of-favour Manchester United winger.
Bastian Schweinsteiger met with Chicago Fire head coach, Veljko Paunovic, at an Italian restaurant in the Cheshire village of Hale, where the midfielder lives, over the weekend to discuss a January move.
Harry Kane will demand he is paid at least £120,000-a-week to sign a new contract at Tottenham Hotspur.
Lionel Messi will see out his Barcelona contract after rejecting a new deal.
Leicester City will demand over £10m for Sunderland target Leonardo Ulloa in January.
Chelsea will offer Frank Lampard a role back at Stamford Bridge if the former England midfielder decides his playing days are over after announcing his intention to leave New York City in December at the end of his contract.
Alexis Sanchez has been declared fit by Chile for Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier against Uruguay, after Arsene Wenger warned that playing the forward could be a “suicidal decision” which would leave the 27-year-old on the injury list at Arsenal for months.
The Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has held talks with the Chicago Fire about a move to the MLS club.
Scottish giants Rangers have become the latest club to join in the race for Dundalk pair Andy Boyle and Daryl Horgan, who are both available for free next month.
Celtic are the favourites to sign Stevie Gerrard according to the bookies – and Owen Coyle recckons the move would be a stunning success.