12th Jan 2014
Chelsea are prepared to pay £21m to bring Benfica midfielder Nemanja Matic back to the club during the January transfer window. Matic moved to the Portuguese club from Stamford Bridge in January 2011.Full story: Sunday Telegraph
Manchester City are ready to pay £30m to sign Southampton defender Luke Shaw. The fee would be a world record for a full-back, beating the £29.5m Barcelona paid Sevilla to sign Dani Alves in 2008.
West Ham have agreed a deal to sign centre-back Joleon Lescott from Manchester City but the move may collapse as the Etihad club do not want to release the player until after 20 January.
Arsenal and Chelsea are battling to sign Atletico Madrid's midfielder Saul Niguez.
Manchester United are set to sign Real Madrid defender Fabio Coentrao on a loan deal until the end of the season.
Manchester City want to sign former Manchester United player Paul Pogba. The French midfielder is currently at Italian Serie A leaders Juventus.
Tottenham head coach Tim Sherwood is unhappy with the attitude of some of his players and is ready to sell midfielder Etienne Capoue.
Manchester United midfielder Anderson is set to join Italian side Fiorentina, while wingers Nani and Wilfried Zaha will seal loan moves to Sporting Lisbon and Cardiff City respectively this month.
Arsenal will step up their bid to sign Schalke forward Julian Draxler after discovering he has a £40m buy-out clause.
Striker Papiss Cisse wants to leave Newcastle in order to move to Qatar but the Tyneside club's desire to recoup most of the £9m they paid for the Senegal international is holding up a deal.
Former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson held an unscheduled meeting with successor David Moyes after the Old Trafford club's FA Cup defeat by Swansea last Sunday.
Chelsea centre-back John Terry is set to come out of international retirement and make himself available for England's next game, which is a friendly against Denmark in March.
Former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay will become the next boss of struggling West Ham if the Hammers dismiss Sam Allardyce.
West Ham co-chairman David Gold says Allardyce's position has never been under threat and he should not be blamed for injuries to key players.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has tipped midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to replace Liverpool's Steven Gerrard in the England team when the Three Lions captain retires.
Liverpool legend John Barnes believes the Reds do not have a strong enough squad to win the Premier League title, but says they may claim a top-four place.