Chelsea plan massive bid for Juventus star Paul Pogba
Every day we’ll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around look to splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they’re always entertaining…
Manchester United’s players believe Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone will be their new boss.
Arsenal are confident of signing Basel’s Mohamed Elneny for £5million ($7.3m) – even though the Egyptian is struggling to get a work permit.
Watford hotshot Odion Ighalo has told Atletico Madrid: "I want to stay in the Premier League." Ighalo, who has 14 goals this season, is a £12m ($17.7m) target for the Spanish side.
Ajax manager Frank De Boer has admitted he would be interested in holding talks about the Swansea vacancy. The Dutchman has more than a year to run on his contract in Amsterdam.
Arsene Wenger has hinted Arsenal will offer Jack Wilshere a new contract despite the midfielder not kicking a ball in anger this season.
Middlesbrough are keen on Fulham striker Ross McCormack.
Bournemouth are interested in Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford, who is currently on loan at Crystal Palace.
Schalke have told Manchester City that they don’t have enough money to buy attacking midfielder Leroy Sane. Liverpool were rebuffed in an approach for the 19-year-old Germany international last summer.
Jose Mourinho’s job options look likely to reduce with Paris Saint-Germain set to offer Laurent Blanc a new contract.
Arsenal’s plans to sign midfielder Mohamed Elneny from Basel hang by a thread over questions about his work permit.
Manchester United have confirmed goalkeeper Sam Johnstone has completed a loan move to Preston.
West Ham are keen to sign Juventus and Italy striker Simone Zaza. The Hammers tried to bring him in on loan in the summer.
Louis van Gaal has taken young striker Will Keane back from his loan spell at Preston as he tries to find a solution to Manchester United’s goal drought.
Watford wideman Valon Behrami is a target for Serie A side Udinese.
Cardiff City goalkeeper David Marshall has emerged as a target for Everton.
Norwich are returning for York starlet Ben Godfrey after having an initial bid rejected.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is planning to make a £64m ($94.3m) bid for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba, according to reports in Spain. The 22-year-old was released by Manchester United in 2012 after Sir Alex Ferguson declared him surplus to requirements at Old Trafford.
Arsene Wenger may allow goalkeeper David Ospina to leave Arsenal in the January transfer window.
QPR striker Charlie Austin has moved to the top of Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew’s New Year wishlist as injuries bite into his Premier League top five push.
Juventus star Paul Pogba will be at the center of another transfer tussle between Europe’s biggest clubs at the end of the season, according to his agent Mino Raiola.
Claudio Ranieri has insisted Leicester City will not be selling striker Jamie Vardy and winger Riyad Mahrez in the January transfer window.
Peter Crouch is set to stay at Stoke City after manager Mark Hughes indicated that he will not be sold during the January window.
Manchester City have made Leroy Sane, the highly-rated 19-year-old Schalke star, a prime transfer target but would hope to pay less than the £32m ($47.2m) the German club are holding out for.
- Ben Godfrey
- Cardiff City
- Charlie Austin
- David Marshall
- David Ospina
- Euro Cup
- FC Schalke 04
- Jack Wilshere
- Jamie Vardy
- Leicester City
- Leroy Sané
- Mohamed Elneny
- Odion Ighalo
- Paris SG
- Patrick Bamford
- Paul Pogba
- Peter Crouch
- Queens Park Rangers
- Riyad Mahrez
- Ross McCormack
- Sam Johnstone
- Serie A
- Simone Zaza
- Valon Behrami
- West Ham United
- Will Keane