Manchester rivals in battle for Barcelona midfielder Rakitic
Each 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 goalkeeper David De Gea insists he will stay at the club despite reported interest from Real Madrid.
Tottenham could be the subject of a £1billion takeover from the Qatari government.
Manchester City could make a £9million move for Netherlands and Galatasaray midfielder Wesley Sneijder.
West Brom striker Saido Berahino is reluctant to sign a new deal at The Hawthorns, with Tottenham and Liverpool monitoring developments.
Manchester City are pondering whether to go back to midfielder James Milner with a final offer after contract negotiations broke down last week.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has confirmed that Hatem Ben Arfa has no future at the club after the midfielder's loan spell at Hull City ran into difficulties.
Arsenal are keen on teenage prodigy Martin Odegaard and are trying to tempt the 16-year-old to come to London ahead of Bayern Munich.
Crystal Palace are trying to bring former Arsenal, Chelsea and England full-back Ashley Cole back to the Premier League on loan from Roma.
Newcastle will try to bring in Wigan's Ali Al-Habsi as a back-up goalkeeper if the Premier League allow them to bring in a player on an emergency loan deal.
Real Sociedad boss David Moyes hopes to agree a loan deal with his former club Manchester United for Adnan Januzaj.
West Ham are not planning to offer a new deal to manager Sam Allardyce, who will be out of contract in June.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has played down talk of his side winning four trophies after their superb start to the season.
Sunderland and Newcastle are both keen on Burnley striker Danny Ings, who will be a free agent at the end of the season.
Liverpool are planning a surprise loan bid for Chelsea back-up keeper Petr Cech in January.
The Reds could also bring in Barcelona full-back Martin Montoya, although the fee of £18million could cause problems.
Burnley and Leicester are lining up moves for Crystal Palace striker Dwight Gayle, who has struggled for regular first-time football this season.
Real Madrid are prepared to break the goalkeeping transfer record of £33million to sign Manchester United's David De Gea.
Both Manchester clubs are ready to make £20million bids for Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic in January.
Tottenham could offload both Emmanuel Adebayor and Roberto Soldado to fund a move for Jackson Martinez.
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