Everton are set to make a £40m offer to Chelsea for Michy Batshuay plus plenty more in today's bulletin.
Bayern Munich have offered Chelsea's Callum Hudson-Odoi weekly wages of £85,000 and guaranteed him first-team football to try and tempt him to the Bundesliga.
Everton are set to make a £40m offer to Chelsea for Michy Batshuayi but remain interested in a loan deal covering the rest of the season.
Manchester United are bemused Jose Mourinho criticised the club's management structure and claim it was him who blocked changes, including the appointment of a director of football.
Ashley Cole will thrash out personal terms with Derby County next week.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has challenged his Manchester United team to claim third in the Premier League.
England will not make use of spinners Jack Leach and Adil Rashid in the first Test against the West Indies.
Arsenal are ready to rival Juventus for highly-rated Braga forward Francisco Trincao.
Sunderland are determined to sign Wigan striker Will Grigg after having two bids rejected.
Marco Silva is certain Jordan Pickford will find the form that made him England's first-choice goalkeeper.
Thierry Henry wants to bring Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini to Monaco on loan even though he is set to miss a month through injury.
Real Madrid are ready to activate the £44m release clause in Porto defender Eder Militao's contract and beat Manchester United to his signature.
Aston Villa have asked Newcastle about the availability of midfielder Isaac Hayden this month.
Wantaway PSG star Adrien Rabiot will no longer be considered by manager Thomas Tuchel, as he continues to run down his contract in order to leave the French capital as a free agent.
Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri is set to show his ruthless side by axing Aboubakar Kamara from his squad for Sunday's visit of Tottenham.
West Ham are still pondering a decision to activate Celta Vigo striker Maxi Gomez's release clause but are resigned to losing Marko Arnautovic before the end of the month.
Borussia Dortmund want £250,000 in compensation for Huddersfield managerial target Jan Siewert.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes his management of Manchester United will face a different test when a game is finally lost.
Cowdenbeath chairman Donald Findlay claims Rangers kit man Jimmy Bell was the driving force behind their controversial Scottish Cup postponement.
Ryan Gauld admits he went to Portugal with a huge weight on his shoulders after being dubbed 'mini-Messi'.
Craig Levein has called a truce with Derek McInnes after the VAR summit at McDiarmid Park.