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Saturday January 16
Manchester United are lining up a record-breaking bid for Real Madrid's James Rodriguez.
Willian has finally got some good news for Chelsea fans by declaring: 'Sign me up'.
Luke Shaw is making positive steps on the road to recovery from his horrific double leg break against PSV Eindhoven in September.
Mario Gotze will meet with Bayern Munich sporting director Matthias Sammer to discuss his future at the German Champions with Liverpool waiting in the wings.
Chelsea will not sign a striker this month despite on-loan Radamel Falcao being too unfit to play for his parent club, Monaco.
Jurgen Klopp says he snubbed a chance to fill Alex Ferguson's boots at Manchester United. The Liverpool boss was approached by Fergie himself three years ago.
Alexandre Lacazette has warned the Premier League's top clubs he will not move to England to warm their bench. Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea have all been linked with the 24-year-old Lyon striker.
Liverpool are lining up a January offer for Southampton striker Shane Long.
Everton 'keeper Tim Howard is wanted by MLS side Colorado Rapids, who could offer him up to £2m per season.
Bacary Sagna has accused referees of sabotaging Manchester City's title chances.
Watford hope to tie up a £6.5m deal for Malaga winger Nordin Amrabat.
Newport County have confirmed the loan signing of Chelsea goalkeeper Mitchell Beeney.
Guus Hiddink has warned Chelsea not to do anything "stupid" in the transfer market. Hiddink believes clubs have to be "rather desperate" to sign new players in January.
The Chelsea transfer saga of last summer made a man of John Stones, says Everton manager Roberto Martinez.
Southampton risk star striker Graziano Pelle returning to Italy after delaying talks over a new contract. Pelle - wanted by both Juventus and Fiorentina - is into the final 18 months of his current deal.
Tony Pulis has called for the transfer window to be scrapped after claiming the "jungle" mentality it creates has messed with West Brom striker Saido *Berahino's head.
Leeds United, Sheffield Wednesday and Blackburn Rovers are interested in signing Aiden McGeady on loan from Everton.
Cristiano Ronaldo could be returning to England before Euro 2016...but only as part of the Portugal squad being lined up for a friendly with Roy Hodgson's side, potentially at Old Trafford.
Norwich have agreed an £8.5 million fee for Swiss international defender Timm Klose. Klose, 27, has grabbed his chance to play in the Premier League after dropping down the pecking order at German club Wolfsburg.
Liverpool are competing with Arsenal for Athletic Bilbao forward Inaki Williams. The winger broke the record in Spain after being clocked at 22.2 miles per hour.
Arsenal are looking at Leicester's head of technical scouting Ben Wrigglesworth as they start an overhaul of their player recruitment system.
Harry Kane inspires the same fear that Romario and Ronaldo once did, claims Tottenham boss Pochettino
Celtic have opened talks with Manchester City over taking their best young talent on loan, with Patrick Roberts and Bersant Celina talked about.
Everton are facing a fight to land Sam Byram after Newcastle and West Ham launched attempts to hijack the deal. Leeds have accepted a £3m bid from the Merseyside club.
QPR could offer Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford a first-team lifeline.
Bristol City will look at Oxford United manager Michael Appleton as a possible replacement for Steve Cotterill, who was fired on Thursday.
Manchester United want Tottenham youth supremo John McDermott, influential in bringing through the likes of Harry Kane at White Hart Lane, to take over as their head of youth recruitment when Derek Langley leaves at the end of the season.
Tony Pulis is in a battle with former club Crystal Palace over a £1m bonus payment they made to him just before he left Selhurst Park
Sam Allardyce, the Sunderland manager, has warned that English football will struggle to produce another Harry Kane if the FA does not resist Fifa's *attempt to end the emergency loan system.
Manchester United's head of youth development is to quit the club at the end of the season after becoming disillusioned with the state of the academy.
Despite the criticism from pundits and supporters, Simon Mignolet is set to sign a new deal at Anfield and believes he is improving as a goalkeeper.
Liverpool are monitoring Athletic Bilbao's forward Inaki Williams, who has a release clause in his contract of 20m euros.