20th Nov 2013
Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City are hoping to sign youngster Toni Sanabria from Barcelona. The Paraguay forward has a £2.7m buy-out clause in his contract.
Barcelona could turn to Chelsea's Brazilian midfielder Ramires at the end of the season if they fail to beat Liverpool and Manchester United to Atletico Madrid youngster Koke.
Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp has revealed he is willing to let Julio Cesar leave the club on a free transfer in January, with Manchester City interested in the Brazilian goalkeeper.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez has identified Portuguese winger Diogo Viana as a potential January reinforcement.
Dani Osvaldo is a target for Valencia and Atletico Madrid. The Italy striker has scored only once since joining Southampton in a £14.5m deal from Roma in August.
Lazio's Nigerian midfielder Ogenyi Onazi is ready to snub interest from Everton and Fiorentina in January after admitting he could see himself playing for Liverpool.
Arsenal and Liverpool are locked in a battle with several European clubs to sign Olympiakos striker Konstantinos Mitroglou.
Swansea hope to pip Cardiff in the January transfer window to the signature of £8m-rated Blackpool striker Thomas Ince.
Chelsea and Manchester United are interesting in securing Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso on a free transfer in the summer.
Australia's former Everton midfielder Tim Cahill is hoping to return to the Premier League on a short-term deal in January from MLS side New York Red Bulls to aid his fitness ahead of the World Cup in Brazil.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is set to slap a £20m price tag on goalkeeper Tim Krul. Italian Serie A side Juventus are believed to be tracking the player who is under contract at St James' Park until 2017.
Barcelona are believed to be tracking long-term Manchester United target Marco Verratti with a view to a future move for the midfielder.
Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini does not regard Liverpool or Tottenham as genuine Premier League title rivals.
Tony Pulis is considering an improved offer from Crystal Palace to become their new manager and could finally take charge of the Premier League's bottom club later this week.