Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal are all lining up moves for Everton playmaker Ross Barkley in January, say reports in the British press.
Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri has warned Liverpool off trying to lure Kasper Schmeichel to Anfield, claiming the Reds do not need the goalkeeper to win the Premier League.
Everton boss Ronald Koeman says he is not looking to sell any players in the January transfer window, including Gerard Deulofeu, although the Dutchman added they must all perform to remain at Goodison Park.
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Manchester United forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic claims he has no intention of leaving the Red Devils when his contract expires at the end of the season.
Benfica manager Rui Vitoria says centre-back Victor Lindelof has not been axed from the team because he is set to be offloaded to Manchester United.
Marcus Rashford will remain at Old Trafford in January, according to West Ham boss Slaven Bilic.
Southampton central defender Virgil van Dijk won't be sold this season, Saints coach Claude Puel has confirmed.
Burnley have benefited from sticking by manager Sean Dyche, according to his Sunderland counterpart David Moyes.
Jermain Defoe says there will always be speculation about him given his record on front of goal, but the Sunderland frontman has also stated he is happy with life on Wearside.
Birmingham boss Gianfranco Zola says the Blues are set to agree a new loan deal for striker Alex Jones, with his current club Port Vale the favourites to land the player until the summer.
West Brom manager Tony Pulis claims he will not lose any sleep if the Baggies fail to sign out-of-favour Manchester United midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin in January.
Stoke manager Mark Hughes has revealed that there is only a couple of days left in which to tie up on-loan Derby 'keeper Lee Grant's permanent move.
Besiktas want to land out-of-favour Stoke striker Wilfried Bony in the January transfer window, say reports in Turkey.
West Ham are interested in re-signing Stoke full-back Glen Johnson in January, according to reports in the British press.
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Southampton boss Claude Puel says the club will only enter the transfer market next month if they can find players "superior" to what they currently have on the south coast.
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Nottingham Forest forward Britt Assombalonga would be the ideal signing for Hull, according to former Forest captain Stuart Pearce.
Hull boss Mike Phelan has revealed he would love to bring Arsenal full-back Carl Jenkinson to the north east in January.
Blackburn manager Owen Coyle insists contract issues were not the reasons Scott Wharton was an unused sub against Reading earlier this month.
The Scot has also admitted he has still to speak to the club's owners Venky's about how much money he will have to spend in the January transfer window.
Sassuolo have turned down Leicester's £8.5m offer for defender Francesco Acerbi, says reports in Italy, although it is also claimed the player is keen to join the Premier League champions in January.
Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri says there is "no chance" of 'keeper Kasper Schmeichel moving to Liverpool.
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QPR centre-back Steven Caulker has been linked with a return to struggling Swansea, who he played for on loan in the 2011-12 season.
Ex-Derby boss Paul Clement is the favourite to become the new Swansea boss.
Derby manager Steve McClaren claims it would cost the Rams a fortune to replace a 'keeper of Scott Carson's quality.
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Norwich chairman Ed Balls gave under-pressure manager Alex Neil "a secret summer deal" which means the Canaries will now have to fork out £2m to get rid of the Scot, according to reports in the British press.
Middlesbrough are hoping to sign Aston Villa frontman Rudy Gestede in January, according to reports.
Internacional midfielder Anderson has turned down the chance to join Boro, say reports in Brazil.
Derby will make a move for Boro striker Jordan Rhodes next month, according to reports in the British press.
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock says he and his Brighton counterpart Chris Hughton are both after the same forward in the January transfer window.
On-loan Bournemouth striker Glenn Murray is keen to make his season-long loan switch to Brighton a permanent move next summer.
Ipswich owner Marcus Evans has given boss Mick McCarthy a vote of confidence before Friday evening's trip to face Bristol City.
Sheffield Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal claims Callum McManaman can resurrect his career at the Owls following the winger's recent loan move from West Brom.
Huddersfield manager David Wagner is adamant there is much more to come from on-loan Chelsea striker Kasey Palmer.
Meanwhile, the German also claims he is too busy preparing for games to start thinking about the January transfer window.
Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has remained tight-lipped over the chances of the South Coast club signing on-loan Chelsea defender Nathan Ake on a permanent basis.
Bournemouth midfielder Andrew Surman claims working under coach Eddie Howe has given him a taste for management.