QPR may struggle to persuade Marseille's Loic Remy to join their relegation fight, while Sunderland continue to be linked with Danny Graham.
Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho is ready and willing to take over as manager of Manchester City next summer.
Luka Modric has pleaded with former Tottenham team-mate Gareth Bale to join him at Real Madrid.
Brendan Rodgers has warned Liverpool's teen sensation Raheem Sterling: You'd be foolish not to sign your Kop contract.
Rodgers is tailing Feyenoord's £3.5million-rated Netherlands international centre-back Stefan de Vrij, 20.
Jermain Defoe wants to commit himself to Spurs for the rest of his career.
QPR are lining up an £8million bid for Marseille's France international striker Loic Remy, 25.
Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill's move for Swansea striker Danny Graham could be scuppered by Darren Bent's Aston Villa axe.
Wolves midfielder Stephen Hunt is top of Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy's January wish list.
Chelsea are set to clinch the £10million signing of Brazilian attacker Taison from Metalist Kharkiv in January.
Brendan Rodgers has told Raheem Sterling to commit his future to Liverpool or face looking like a fool.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp is set to go head to head against one of his former clubs in the race to sign Benfica's exciting Spanish forward Nolito.
Sunderland are weighing up a £5million January swoop for Swansea striker Danny Graham.
Swansea are in talks with Wayne Routledge over a new contract.
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres has a month to prove to Rafa Benitez he can be the player he was at Liverpool.
Nemanja Vidic is back in full training with Manchester United and could return to first-team action within a fortnight.
Brendan Rodgers has told Raheem Sterling he would be foolish not to sign a new contract with Liverpool.
Gabby Agbonlahor is confident Darren Bent has not played his last game for Aston Villa.
Harry Redknapp wants £10million-rated Marseille striker Loic Remy to shoot QPR out of trouble.
Stephen Warnock wants Aston Villa to flog him to Bolton in January.
Owen Coyle has expressed an interest in the vacant Scotland manager's job.
Rafa Benitez will give Fernando Torres a month to prove he can turn his and Chelsea's season around.
Brendan Rodgers has warned Raheem Sterling he would be very foolish not to pledge his long-term future to Liverpool.
Sheffield Wednesday manager Dave Jones has been given a vote of confidence by chairman Milan Mandaric.
Arsenal players will be forced into taking significance wage cuts if they fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Liverpool's Joe Cole is wanted by Harry Redknapp to push Queens Park Rangers away from the drop zone.
Tottenham have joined the list of clubs following Nancy left-back Massadio Haidara.
Liverpool are on the trail of Feyenoord defender Stefan de Vrij.
Newcastle have revived their interest in Anderlecht's Senegal international defender Chiekhou Kouyate.
Marseille's Loic Remy is likely to rebuff any attempts by QPR to take him to Loftus Road.
David Beckham is set for talks with Monaco and Paris Saint-Germain about a lucrative move to France once he brings the curtain down on his six-season career at LA Galaxy this weekend.
Andre Villas-Boas has offered fresh reassurance over the future of Gareth Bale, insisting that Tottenham had no intention of selling the Wales winger next summer.
Roberto Mancini is prepared to listen to loan offers for out-of-favour Manchester City defender Joleon Lescott in January.
Darren Campbell, the Olympic gold-medal winning sprinter who worked with out-of-sorts Chelsea striker Fernando Torres towards the end of the 2010-11 season, says he could solve the Spaniard's problems with just two weeks of intensive sprint training.
Arsenal have begun negotiations to get their core of young English players committed to new long-term contracts, but the deals will involve reduced payments if the club fail to qualify for the Champions League.
Patrick Vieira has called on football's leading authorities to introduce new rules that recommend clubs are docked points or thrown out of European competition for repeat racist abuse.
If Newcastle United finish at least eighth in the Premier League this season, their administrative and commercial staff can look forward to sizeable bonuses.
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