5th Dec 2013
Arsenal and Manchester City have expressed an interest in bringing former Chelsea, Gunners and Portsmouth midfielder Lassana Diarra back to the Premier League from Lokomotiv Moscow in January.
Chelsea are lining up a loan deal to bring unsettled Monaco forward Radamel Falcao to Stamford Bridge.Full story: Daily Star
Manchester United are planning to offload midfield duo Ashley Young and Anderson in January.
Chelsea defender Ashley Cole is among a host of the top Premier League players being targeted by the United States' Major League Soccer ahead of its 2015 expansion plans.
Benfica are facing a battle to keep £20m-rated Serbia midfielder Nemanja Matic in January, with interest from Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund.
Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina says he hopes to seal a move back to Barcelona next summer.
Liverpool are targeting Swedish striker Valmir Berisha after the Halmstad youngster was leading scorer in the Under-17 World Cup in the autumn.
Barcelona scouts have been watching Arsenal midfielder Aaron Ramsey but Arsene Wenger prices him at £50m.
Auxerre striker Paul-Georges Ntep says he is keen on a move to Arsenal, despite interest from Chelsea, Tottenham and Aston Villa.
Atletico Madrid are hoping to bring Chelsea midfield duo Juan Mata and Kevin De Bruyne to Spain as they prepare to let Manchester United and Liverpool midfield target Koke leave in the January transfer window.
Andre Villas-Boas says he was relieved with his side's comeback victory over Fulham after the under-pressure Tottenham boss saw them record a 2-1 win to move up to sixth in the Premier League.
Dimitar Berbatov is unhappy at struggling Fulham and the striker's agent is trying to engineer a January move out of Craven Cottage
Former West Ham midfielder Stewart Robson says that the Hammers have "every chance'" of being relegated after three defeats in their last four matches.
Everton left-back Bryan Oviedo has labelled his winner against Manchester United at Old Trafford on Wednesday as the biggest moment of his career so far, and declared: "now anything is possible."