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Arsenal are close to signing Lyon star Nabil Fekir in a deal worth more than £60m.
Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud, 31, insists he has a future at the Premier League club.
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi wants the club to move for Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli, 21, before Real Madrid do.
Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres, 33, is keen to return to the Premier League, with Southampton and Newcastle interested.
Manchester United are prepared to pay £177m to sign Real Madrid midfielder Marco Asensio, 21.
Manchester United want to sell 22-year-old England left-back Luke Shaw for about £20m in January.
Manchester City and Juventus want to sign Liverpool midfielder Emre Can when the 23-year-old's contract expires in the summer.
Patrice Evra has had contact from "several clubs" interested in signing him despite him kicking a Marseille fan, says the 36-year-old defender's agent.
(Gazzetta dello Sport)
West Ham forward Marko Arnautovic, 28, says he will not be sold in the January transfer window.
Liverpool are willing to spend £5m to sign Wolves' 17-year-old midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White in January.
Wolves have promised manager Nuno Espirito Santo "limitless" transfer funds to turn the club into Champions League contenders.
Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian, 27, is wanted by Italian sides Juventus, Napoli and Roma.
(Gazzetta dello Sport)
Barcelona defender Thomas Vermaelen, 31, says the club stopped him negotiating a move to Everton in the summer.
PSG and Belgium full-back Thomas Meunier, 26, says the club rejected an offer from Chelsea on transfer deadline day.
Manchester United approached Jurgen Klopp - now in charge of Liverpool - with an offer to take over as manager a week before David Moyes was sacked in April 2014.
Newcastle's takeover by an investment consortium led by Amanda Staveley's company PCP Capital Partners will be completed this week.
Alternatively, a bid is yet to be made by Staveley, and owner Mike Ashley's hopes of selling by the New Year are hanging in the balance.
Paris St-Germain are considering sacking Unai Emery as manager, despite the club being unbeaten in 17 matches since the start of the season.
Brazil's star-studded squad trained under the floodlights at Fulham's Craven Cottage on Sunday as they prepared for their glamour friendly against England at Wembley.
Boss Gareth Southgate could put England through a mock penalty shootout during a friendly at Wembley before next year's World Cup.
Gareth Southgate has hinted he already knows his England squad for the 2018 World Cup finals in Russia.
Northern Ireland’s World Cup dream ended in Basel as a 0-0 draw helped Switzerland secure a 1-0 aggregate victory in the play-offs.
Liverpool midfielder Philippe Coutinho has declared himself 100% fit to play for Brazil against England on Tuesday.
Jack Cork nearly missed his chance to finally make his England debut, as he was about to go on a family holiday to Dubai.
Werder Bremen and Denmark midfielder Thomas Delaney says playing against the Republic of Ireland was like trying to "open a can of baked beans with your fists".
England midfielder Ruben Loftus Cheek struggled to break through at Chelsea because established first-team players felt threatened by his ability, national team boss Gareth Southgate says.
Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata says he walks home from Stamford Bridge after games, stopping for a beer if the Blues have won.
Marcus Rashford has revealed he tried to emulate Brazil legend Ronaldo when he was growing up.
Tottenham and England's Harry Kane is the best striker in the world, according to the Three Lions' World Cup hat-trick hero Sir Geoff Hurst.
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale has suffered 24 injuries since signing for the Spanish club in June 2013.
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