Real Madrid to wait until De Gea’s contract runs out

Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea is thought to be a target for Real Madrid.

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Real Madrid are prepared to test Manchester United’s resolve over the future of David de Gea by waiting to sign the goalkeeper on a free transfer when his contract expires at the end of next season.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez is not looking to sign a replacement for Samuel Eto’o during the January transfer window.

Paris St-Germain have held talks over taking Tottenham Hotspur striker Emmanuel Adebayor on loan for the rest of the season.

Birmingham have rejected a bid of £3.5million from Bournemouth for Demarai Gray.

Swansea have been told St-Etienne target Franck Tabanou is going nowhere.

West Ham have put in a shock £8million bid for Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis.

Aston Villa chief Tom Fox has insisted fan pressure will not force him to sack boss Paul Lambert.

Harry Kane will today sign a new double-your-money deal that will keep him at Spurs until 2020.

Emmanuel Adebayor is facing a choice between a move to megabucks Paris Saint-Germain – and QPR or Stoke.

Manchester United midfielder Nick Powell could get his career back on track at Hull.

Blackpool want to sign Celtic keeper Lukasz Zaluska on loan – to avoid paying out for Joe Lewis.

West Brom have stepped up their interest in brilliant Birmingham winger Demarai Gray.

Derby boss Steve McClaren wants to take Hull’s Tom Ince on loan.

Aston Villa and Hull have joined the race to bring Besiktas striker Demba Ba back to the Premier League.

Manchester United are ready to make David De Gea the best paid goalkeeper in the Premier League to ensure he stays.

Newcastle will have to move fast if they want Frank de Boer this summer.

Hull boss Steve Bruce wants to hand troubled Nick Powell the chance to get his career back on track.

Emmanuel Adebayor could move to Paris Saint-Germain.

Chelsea have again been warned they will have to meet Juan Cuadrado’s £26.8million release clause if they want to sign him before Monday’s deadline.

Aston Villa have reopened discussions with Manchester City over winger Scott Sinclair.

Bournemouth are lining up a fifth bid, in excess of £4million, for Birmingham’s teen sensation Demarai Gray.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is considering summer deals for Hannover midfielders Lars Stindl and Leonardo Bittencourt.

Gabriel Paulista claims the only way is up for Arsenal after finally clinching his £15m transfer from Villarreal.

Gareth Bale has dashed Louis van Gaal’s hopes of luring him to Manchester United.

Arsenal target Moussa Sisoko is set to stay at Newcastle for the rest of the season.

Randy Lerner might not sell Aston Villa, according to his right-hand man.

Porto striker Jackson Martinez has overlooked a move to Tottenham, Liverpool and Everton for the opportunity to play in Serie A, according to his agent.

Gareth Bale has suggested he will snub any approach from Manchester United in the summer because he is "having a good time at Real Madrid".

Liverpool are preparing a £29m bid to beat Paris St-Germain, Real Madrid and Juventus to 17-year-old Porto midfielder Ruben Neves.

Leicester forward Andrej Kramaric says he feels the pressure of his £9million price tag.

Crystal Palace have agreed a £4.75milion deal with QPR for Jordon Mutch and signed Shola Ameobi until the end of the season.

Swansea are considering trying to sign Blackburn striker Rudy Gestede, but so far no club has matched the Championship side’s £6m valuation.

Southampton are closing in on a deal for Benfica midfielder Filip Djuricic.

QPR’s Junior Hoilett could join Borussia Monchengladbach.

Newcastle are close to singing three highly-rated teenagers but are concerned that Moussa Sissoko is seeking a move away from the club.

Newcastle are favorites to sign Dele Alli this month, but the England Under-19 midfielder is expected to remain at Milton Keynes Dons in a loan arrangement until the summer.