Sunday December 16
Arsenal are considering a move for Parma midfielder Afriyie Acquah, who has been likened to his fellow Ghanaian, Michael Essien.
West Ham United are ready to offer Mohamed Diame a double-your-money contract to ward off interest from Arsenal in the midfielder.
Norwich City manager Chris Hughton has joined the chase for Curtis Davies after Reading and Southampton were also linked with the Birmingham City defender.
Liverpool are on the trail of Galatasaray striker Burak Yilmaz and will watch him against Fenerbahce today.
Manchester City have revived their interest in Sporting Lisbon winger Bruma after deciding against meeting the £24million asking price in the summer.
Sergio Aguero could leave Manchester City and Barcelona striker David Villa is being lined up as a replacement.
Everton have put Wigan midfielder James McCarthy top of their shopping list to replace Marouane Fellaini, if the Belgium international leaves.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is considering an £8million January bid for Toulouse midfielder Moussa Sissoko.
Reading have joined the hunt for Swansea striker David Graham, with Norwich, Sunderland and West Ham also interested.
Cardiff City are keen on signing Celtic left-back Emilio Izaguirre.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce wants to sign Argentine centre-half Lisandro Lopez from Arsenal de Sarandi.
Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway wants a January reunion with QPR striker DJ Campbell, although Bolton are also keen.
Manchester City are in talks with River Plate about signing midfielder Ezequiel Cirigliano and also hope to snatch Wolfsburg's teenage winger Julian Brandt.
Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has been told he cannot spend big in the January transfer window.
Marseille striker Loic Remy will be a target for West Ham in the January transfer window.
Newcastle forward Demba Ba is ready to fulfil his dream of playing for Paris St Germain as he is unhappy at St James' Park.
Swansea manager Michael Laudrup has got his scouts compiling reports on Athletic Bilbao youngster Alvaro Pena.
Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp has held talks with Joe Cole's representatives about a deal for the Liverpool midfielder.
Mario Balotelli is taking Manchester City to a tribunal after disputing a fine of two weeks' wages.
Martin Kelly has rocked Liverpool by rejecting the offer of a new £35,000 a week contract.
Newcastle striker Demba Ba will stun Arsenal and Liverpool by demanding a contract of £90,000 a week.
Chelsea have added Diego Simeone's name to the list of potential new managers if they fail to persuade Pep Guardiola to come to Stamford Bridge.
Newcastle will renew their interest in Lille's Mathieu Debuchy, FC Twente's Douglas and Toulouse's Moussa Sissoko in January.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Javier Hernandez is ready to quit Manchester United unless he gets more playing time, with Atletico Madrid, Fiorentina and Porto keen on the striker.
Chelsea are lining up a £12million move for Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic to replace Frank Lampard.
Manchester City have opened talks with River Plate regarding a deal for midfielder Ezequiel Cirigliano.
West Ham are planning a £9million move for Marseille striker Loic Remy.
Queens Park Rangers could move for Arsenal striker Marouane Chamakh next month.
MAIL ON SUNDAY
Jack Wilshere will provide a huge boost to ailing Arsenal by signing a new five-year contract.
Sir Alex Ferguson won't sign Theo Walcott or anyone else in January.
Tension is already growing between Roberto Mancini and Manchester City's new executives from Barcelona.
Liverpool are confident they can agree a new long-term contract with Raheem Sterling but have been rebuffed in their move to tie Martn Kelly down to a new deal.
Real Madrid have targeted Arsenal's under-fire boss Arsene Wenger as the man to replace Jose Mourinho
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has been advised to ditch Mario Balotelli - or risk losing his own job.
Sir Alex Ferguson is backing David Moyes as the preferred choice for his successor at Old Trafford
Crystal Palace are set to snub Manchester United by rejecting any offers for Wilfried Zaha.