Arsenal are looking at making a £6m move for PSG's French left-back Layvin Kurzawa, 27, before he becomes a free agent in the summer. (Sun)
The Gunners and local rivals Tottenham are among five Premier League clubs chasing Getafe centre-back Djene Dakonam. Monaco have already had a bid turned down for the 28-year-old Togo international. (Sun)
Tottenham are in talks to sign Cape Verde striker Ze Luis, 28, on loan from Porto. (Record)
Inter Milan have agreed personal terms with Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen, 27, over a permanent move this month but Tottenham want the Italian side to double their bid of 10m euros (£8.5m). (Calciomercato)
Spurs will face competition from Sevilla this month in a bid to land AC Milan's Polish striker Krzysztof Piatek, 24. (Daily Mail)
West Ham are planning a loan bid for Chelsea's England midfielder Ross Barkley, 26, who played under Hammers boss David Moyes at Everton. (Daily Mirror)
Uruguay striker Edinson Cavani, 32, is out of contract in the summer but Paris St-Germain have told Atletico Madrid to raise their offer of 10m euros to 30m. (Marca)
Liverpool are lining up a summer move of £107m for Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Kai Havertz, and lead Manchester United, Barcelona and Bayern Munich in the race to sign the 20-year-old Germany international. (Mundo Deportivo)
John Bostock could move to Charlton for the rest of the season after struggling to make an impact during his loan spell at Nottingham Forest. (Daily Mail)
The swap deal involving Inter Milan striker Matteo Politano and Roma left-back Leonardo Spinazzola, both 26, is on hold as Inter have asked Spinazzola to undergo more fitness tests on Thursday. (Corriere dello Sport)
Manchester United left-back Ashley Young, 34, believes Inter Milan will still want to sign him even if they sign Spinazzola. (Sun)
Manchester United want to sign a central midfielder on loan for the rest of the season and 24-year-old Spaniard Marcos Llorente, who plays for Atletico Madrid, has emerged as an option. (Manchester Evening News)
Barcelona are close to signing Brazilian midfielder Matheus Fernandes, 21, from Palmeiras for 7m euros, plus a potential 4m in add-ons. (Mundo Deportivo)
Barca are also monitoring the progress of 17-year-old Japanese midfielder Jun Nishikawa, who currently plays for Cerezo Osaka. (Mundo Deportivo)
AC Milan's Swiss full-back Ricardo Rodriguez, 27, has chosen to go out on loan to Fenerbahce rather than PSV Eindhoven, with a view to a permanent move for 6m euros. (Calciomercato)
Southampton will not sell Che Adams this month as boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has ordered the board to keep the English striker, 23. (Daily Express)
Dutch full-back Mike van Beijnen, the son of Frenkie de Jong's agent, has left Barcelona without playing a game - six months after the 20-year-old signed a deal with a 100m euro release clause. (Daily Mail)
Rangers midfielder Greg Docherty, 23, would prefer to join Sunderland on loan for the remainder of the season rather than Charlton.
Liverpool are appointing Arsenal's lead doctor Gary O'Driscoll as their new head of medical services. (Daily Mail)
Former Chelsea and Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has hinted he could leave Marseille after ex-West Ham and Sheffield Wednesday chief executive Paul Aldridge was appointed as a 'special advisor' without his knowledge.
Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil, 31, said he had a "hard time" under previous coach Unai Emery but the former German international is "happy with everything" under new boss Mikel Arteta. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal will assess security advice before deciding whether or not to press on with plans to spend a four day mid season break in Dubai, although the FA Cup could also interfere with Mikel Arteta's intention to take his players away. (Guardian)
Uefa changed the formation of the fans' team of the year to accommodate 34-year-old Juventus and Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo. (Daily Mail)
The Premier League are set to scrutinise Alisher Usmanov's extraordinary naming rights deal for Everton's proposed new stadium amid concerns from rival clubs that it could constitute a breach of the organisation's rules.