Tuesday January 8
Pep Guardiola has opened the door for a move to the Premier League after declaring: I'll be back next season.
Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is closing in on France Under-21 ace Aldred N'Diaye.
Southampton are set to swoop for Inter Milan's £10million-rated Brazilian midfielder Philippe Coutinho.
Spurs expect to lose Emmanuel Adebayor for up to a month after he changed his mind about playing in the African Nations Cup and may now target Leandro Damiao or David Villa.
West Ham face competition from QPR and Fulham as they move for Newcastle's Danny Simpson.
West Ham are set to join the race for Sylvain Distin.
Reading hope to sign Swansea striker Danny Graham.
Steve Lomas tops Doncaster's wish-list to succeed Dean Saunders.
Pep Guardiola fired the starting pistol on the biggest managerial scramble in years by revealing he is ready to return to the dug-out.
Chelsea could lose out on £11million target Taison after Manchester City tried to hijack the deal at the last minute.
Rafa Benitez claims the Chelsea board accept this is a "transition" season at Stamford Bridge.
QPR's bid to hijack Loic Remy's Newcastle switch has failed.
Mario Balotelli has been offered a return to Italy by Napoli.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is on red alert after Anderlecht's Lucas Biglia made it clear he wants to move this month.
Southampton want to raid Serie A again for Philippe Coutinho and Davide Astori.
Swansea will make a second bid for Real Betis star Jose Canas.
Sunderland have agreed a fee with Bursaspor for Alfred N'Diaye.
West Ham will return with an improved offer for Blackburn defender Martin Olsson.
Pep Guardiola put Premier League clubs on red alert by admitting publicly he is eager to get back into football.
Sunderland are eyeing three new signings this week as they pursue Alfred N'Diaye, Roland Juhasz and Tim Cahill.
Newcastle are confident they can fight off competition from Borussia Dortmund and Schalke to sign Loic Remy.
Zeki Fryers was left feeling 'disrespected' by Manchester United ahead of his summer exit from Old Trafford.
Roman Abramovich has been given the green light to make another approach for Pep Guardiola.
Blackburn defender Martin Olsson has urged the club to accept a £2million offer for him from West Ham.
Borussia Dortmund will offer Nuri Sahin a way out of Anfield and back to Germany.
Manchester United are showing interest in Galatasaray keeper Fernando Muslera.
Newcastle face competition from Inter Milan for Loic Remy.
Fulham are working on a deal for Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone.
Arsenal have been offered Lazio striker Eduardo Vargas on loan.
Ryan Nelsen will be unveiled today as head coach of Toronto FC.
Tottenham new boy Lewis Holtby consulted with a "mind coach" before committing his future to White Hart Lane.
New Wolves boss Dean Saunders is promising to release players unless there is an immediate response from the struggling squad.
Chelsea have identified Marouane Fellaini as their preferred replacement for Frank Lampard and are planning to trigger a buyout clause in the Everton midfielder's contract at the end of the season.
Sir Alex Ferguson is considering a summer move to take Frank Lampard to Manchester United following Chelsea's decision to allow the midfielder to leave Stamford Bridge at the end of his contract.
Sir Alex Ferguson has been monitoring Frank Lampard's position at Chelsea and is considering making a sensational summer move for the player, whom he has always admired.