- Sep 19, 2012
8th February 2020
Manchester United are reportedly at the front of the queue for Kalidou Koulibaly - but they face competition from four Premier League rivals.
Chris Wilder has warned his Sheffield United players to stop dreaming about big-money moves and focus on the Blades.
Barcelona and Manchester United both took a long look at Gabriel Martinelli but snubbed the Brazilian youngster before his Arsenal transfer move.
Manchester United's Andreas Pereira saw a hypnotherapist as sleep problems threatened to wreck his season.
Winston Reid's proposed move to MLS side Nashville SC is off.
Chelsea have reportedly entered the race to snare Manchester United target Lautaro Martinez away from Inter Milan and are willing to offer them a player-plus-cash deal
Frustrated Barcelona could take a £60m hit on £145m "miss" Philippe Coutinho and accept with their "eyes closed" a bid of around £68m to £77m.
Arsenal have joined the race to sign Brentford star Said Benrahma, but face competition from Newcastle and Leicester.
David Moyes admits Declan Rice would surely leave if West Ham go down as he targets four wins.
Kepa Arrizabalaga could be handed an immediate Chelsea reprieve after Willy Caballero's Leicester blundershow.
Goal-shy Crystal Palace face losing Alexander Sorloth for just £5m.
Marcus Rashford is being courted by Roc Nation, the American entertainment agency founded by rapper Jay-Z.
Neymar remains streets ahead of Kylian Mbappe in the race to be Ligue 1's richest asset, with Paris Saint-Germain boasting a clean sweep of the top 11 highest-paid players in France.
Manchester United are set to miss out on Inter Milan striker Lautaro Martinez as the Argentine prefers a Barcelona switch.
Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana is set to leave Anfield as a free agent in the summer as north London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham monitor his situation.
Barcelona's interest in re-signing Adama Traore has intensified out of fear that Real Madrid could snap him up from under their noses.
Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson has told confidants that he is not interested in returning to his parent club unless he is recognised as the club's No 1 goalkeeper.
Chelsea are close to agreeing new deals with two of their top prospects, 18-year-old midfielder Tino Amjorin and 17-year-old defender Ian Maatsen.
The escalation of the coronavirus has led to internal disputes at several Premier League clubs between medical and commercial departments over their plans for summer tours.
South Africa are on course to join the Six Nations after the next World Cup, in a move which will radically alter the international rugby landscape.
Roy Hodgson denies there is a rift at Crystal Palace over the club's disappointing January transfer window.
Southampton expect to agree a new contract with manager Ralph Hasenhuttl before the end of the season, having been rewarded for their faith in the Austrian since the 9-0 defeat to Leicester City in late October.
Premier League clubs have told referee chiefs to fix the farce of "armpit offsides" under VAR - and want to give attackers 10cm leeway in marginal decisions.
Liverpool and their sporting director Michael Edwards will escape action from the FA over the alleged hacking of Manchester City's scouting system despite the two clubs agreeing a £1m settlement.
Roy Hodgson expects to agree a new contract that will extend his stay as the Crystal Palace manager.
The introduction of safe-standing areas in football grounds has moved a step closer after an interim report of the Sports Ground Safety Authority, which found venues built with integrated barriers such as Tottenham's new stadium are safer.
Moeen Ali and James Anderson are set to miss out on selection for the two-match Test tour to Sri Lanka next month when the squad is announced on Monday.
Sheffield United could miss out on a deal to sign Dean Henderson as Manchester United have slapped a hefty price tag on the goalkeeper.
Krzysztof Piatek's wife has denied reports claiming she did not want her husband to join Manchester United or Tottenham in the January transfer window.
Chelsea reportedly want to sign 13 players in the summer transfer window, after failing to make any signings in January. Manager Frank Lampard could have as much as £150m to spend in his first full summer as Blues boss.
Tottenham are monitoring Liverpool academy graduate Rafa Camacho with the attacker open to returning to England. Camacho left Liverpool for Sporting Lisbon in the summer in search of regular first-team football.
Celtic have announced a huge £24.4m profit with the sale of Kieran Tierney boosting financial results.
Chelsea have been linked with summer moves for Inter Milan and Argentina striker Lautaro Martinez, 22, and Lyon's French forward Moussa Dembele, 23. (Evening Standard)
Barcelona's interest in re-signing Spaniard Adama Traore has intensified out of fear that Real Madrid could move for the 24-year-old Wolves winger. (Mail)
Barcelona could allow former Liverpool playmaker Philippe Coutinho, the 27-year-old Brazilian, to leave for as little as 80m euros (£67m). (Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)
Borussia Dortmund are in no hurry to sell England winger Jadon Sancho, 19, before Euro 2020, after which they think his value will inflate. (90min)
Manchester United are favourites to sign Napoli and Senegal defender Kalidou Koulibaly, 28, this summer. (Star)
Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo, 30, has been undergoing double fitness sessions with the GB Taekwondo team since his arrival at Manchester United. (Telegraph)
Liverpool are not expected to offer a new contract to England midfielder Adam Lallana, 31, whose current deal expires at the end of the season. (Liverpool Echo)
Arsenal have joined Leicester in the hunt for Brentford's Algeria winger Said Benrahma, 24. (Sun)
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is a candidate to become Rennes' new president. (ESPN)
West Ham manager David Moyes concedes the club may lose England midfielder Declan Rice, 21, in the summer. (Guardian)
Chelsea are close to agreeing new deals with English midfielder Tino Anjorin, 18, and Dutch defender Ian Maatsen, 17. (Mail)
Southampton expect to agree a new contract with manager Ralph Hasenhuttl before the end of the season. (Telegraph)
Juventus have identified Chelsea and Italy full-back Emerson Palmieri, 25, as one of their primary targets for the summer transfer window. (Inside Futbol)
Tottenham, Burnley and Aston Villa are all interested in Fenerbahce's Turkey forward Vedat Muriqi,25. (Calciomercato - in Italian)
Crystal Palace's English forward Connor Wickham, 26, is seeking to return to Selhurst Park this summer after hinting there is no long-term plan behind his loan move to Sheffield Wednesday. (Evening Standard)
Tottenham are monitoring Sporting Lisbon's 19-year-old former Liverpool academy graduate winger Rafa Camacho. (Express)
West Brom defender Nathan Ferguson, 19, will undergo exploratory surgery on the knee injury that scuppered his move to Crystal Palace - but the 19-year-old's representatives have again made it clear the defender wants to leave the Baggies. (Express & Star)
Derby County manager Phillip Cocu says the club tried to sign Groningen's 27-year-old defender Mike te Wierik on deadline day, but a deal failed to materialise. (Derby County)
Barcelona are trying to figure out ways that they can come to an agreement with Real Sociedad for Brazilian striker Willian Jose, 28. (Marca)
Pep Guardiola has told Germany winger Leroy Sane, 24, he needs to rediscover his confidence and rhythm before he can make a return to action for Manchester City. (Manchester Evening News)
If French forward Kylian Mbappe, 21, signs a new deal with Paris St-Germain then he will earn 25m euros (£21m) per year. (L'Equipe - in French)
Real Madrid's players were appalled at their defensive display in their 4-3 Copa del Rey defeat by Real Sociedad. (ESPN)
Manchester United and Brazil midfielder Andreas Pereira, 24, saw a hypnotherapist after struggling to sleep when travelling with the club. (Sun)