The January window might be closed, but you can still keep track of all the latest updates, rumours and done deals in our transfer blog.
The dates for the summer transfer window have not been announced yet, but with the Premier League scheduled to finish on Sunday May 23, it is most likely to reopen on Monday, June 1.
Rangers have secured the signing of Zambia attacker Fashion Sakala from Belgian side KV Oostende.
Sakala has signed a pre-contract agreement and will join on a four-year deal in the summer.
The 24-year-old has scored 13 goals in 29 Jupiler League games this season to put Oostende on course to qualify for the Europa League. His team-mates include on-loan Celtic defender Jack Hendry.
Rangers described the forward as “powerful and pacy”.
Robert Molenaar is certain Joey Veerman could handle life in the Glasgow goldfish bowl – but the coach who introduced him to first-team football has advised the Dutch ace not to be lured in by Rangers’ bait.
Former Leeds and Bradford defender Molenaar handed Ibrox target Veerman his professional debut back in 2016 while in charge of Volendam in Holland’s second tier.
The midfield playmaker quickly established himself as one of Dutch football’s brightest stars, winning a move to Eredivisie outfit Heerenveen three years later.
Molenaar, who spent three years at Elland Road before joining the Bantams in 2000, told the PA news agency: "I haven’t spoken to Joey lately, but if he wanted my advice I’d point him towards the big three in Holland instead of going abroad.
"I think that would be a better choice for him to develop."
The likelihood of Jadon Sancho quitting Borussia Dortmund in the summer is now a real possibility.
The club's sporting director Michael Zorc has confirmed that they will be willing to let the star go if the right offer came in.
"We already had a gentlemen's agreement with Jadon last year that he can switch under certain conditions," Zorc told ARD.
"He's been with us for a couple of years. However, this agreement does not exist with Erling (Haaland)."
David Moyes has ruled West Ham out of the running to sign Tammy Abraham.
The Chelsea frontman is understood to be one of Moyes’ top summer targets as he attempts to bolster his strikeforce. But the Hammers boss says Abraham’s reported £40million price tag means the 23-year-old is well out of his range.
“It would rule us out completely. We will be ruled out,” said Moyes. “So if that’s the figure and that’s what’s being said, we are ruled out.
“We don’t have that money, we don’t have that to buy a striker at that price, no. Is that sort of figure our total spend? It may well be. But you never know here.
“I don’t think we will be making a purchase of that for any one player. I’d be surprised if we were.”
Chelsea will reportedly have to smash their transfer record and pay at least £105million if they want to lure Romelu Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge.
The Belgian striker has scored 21 goals in Serie A this season, propelling Inter towards their first Scudetto in more than ten years.
Borussia Dortmund have joined the race for Brighton defender Ben White, with the Seagulls defender, who spent last season on loan at Leeds, catching the eye of the German club.
Brendan Rodgers is continuing to insist he is happy at Leicester, with Tottenham reportedly considering an approach for him.
The Northern Irishman has done a sensational job at the King Power, with the Foxes in the FA Cup final and third in the Premier League table having narrowly missing out on top-four finish last term.
Following Jose Mourinho's sacking as Spurs boss, and Rodgers' apparent lack of interest in the role, Ajax head coach Erik ten Hag has emerged as the new favourite.
Reports suggest that the Gunners are lining up a £22 million bid for Dortmund star Julian Brandt.
The German hasn't featured as regularly this season for BVB as he did last, and could want a move away from Dortmund as a result.
Steven Gerrard has been tipped to become Jose Mourinho's permanent replacement at Tottenham but Rangers are confident the Liverpool icon won't be lured away, according to reports.
Roberto Martinez has also reportedly thrown his name into the hat to replace Jose Mourinho as Tottenham manager this summer.
Tammy Abraham is reportedly growing increasingly worried about his future at Chelsea, having barely featured since Thomas Tuchel was appointed as head coach.
Some of that has been down to injury, but the German seems less set on utilising a traditional number 9, with neither Abraham nor Giroud getting much action.
The England international has started just three league games under Tuchel, and has never made it beyond half-time.
Manchester United are still chasing the signing of Raphael Varane, and are growing increasingly confident of signing the Real Madrid defender this summer.
The collapse of the European Super League has left Real in dire financial straits, likely in need to cash in on some of their most prized assets.
Varane, 27, is viewed as a potential long-term partner for Harry Maguire in United's defence, and the club is hopeful of getting the Frenchman at a cut-price deal.
Tottenham have reportedly stepped up their search for Jose Mourinho's replacement by contacting Athletic Bilbao manager Marcelino.
The 55-year-old Spaniard, who has spent his entire coaching career in his homeland, was only appointed Bilbao boss in January.
It is being reported that PSG and France star Kylian Mbappe is searching for a house in Madrid.
Speculation that he could leave Paris has intensified of late, with Real Madrid being one of the clubs on high alert.
The young World Cup winner is the leading scorer in Ligue 1 this term with 23 goals to his name, while also leading the league in expected goals per 95 minutes (0.70), continuing his rapid development.
Sevilla forward Youssef En-Nesyri has attracted the attentions of Manchester United and Liverpool, according to reports.
The Moroccan international has scored 16 goals in La Liga this season, but his expected goals (xG) per 95 minutes stands at 0.69, which is only bettered by Lionel Messi (0.76) and Villarreal striker Gerard Moreno (0.74).
That means that he is a striker who consistently gets in good scoring positions, performing marginally better than Karim Benzema (0.67) and Luis Suarez on this metric (0.67).
His all-action style would certainly suit the Premier League too.
Both Manchester United and PSG are reportedly planning audacious moves for Cristiano Ronaldo this summer, according to several of this morning's papers.
Portugal's legendary forward has been linked with a move to David Beckham's Inter Miami MLS franchise too, but a return to his former club, and Europe's latest emerging, big-spending giants have been thrown into the mix.
Declan Rice apparently sought the council of Manchester United duo Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw about what life as a Red Devils player is like during England's latest training camp.
The West Ham midfielder is expected to be one of the summer's biggest transfer stories, with multiple top-flight clubs believed to be chasing his signature.
Stoke have appointed former Bristol City boss Dean Holden as their new assistant manager.
Boss Michael O’Neill was on the lookout for a new number two after Billy McKinlay left his position earlier this week. He has turned to Holden, who has been out of work since leaving his position as Robins boss in February.
The Potters are 12th in the Sky Bet Championship with five games to go as they prepare for a fourth season outside of the Premier League.
According to the Daily Mail, Bayern Munich are confident they will land Erling Haaland next summer if he spends one more season at Borussia Dortmund.
Haaland has a reported €75m (£66m) release clause at the Westfalenstadion, but it does not kick in until next summer.
The Norwegian has scored 21 goals in the Bundesliga this season, trailing Bayern's lead man Robert Lewandowski by 14 goals. He tops the scorers chart in the Champions League, though, netting 10 times in Europe's premier club competition.
Paris Saint-Germain manager Mauricio Pochettino has been in touch with Harry Kane to learn his summer plan, according to reports in France.
Kane's future has been the talk of the country given Tottenham's struggles this season and his so far trophy-less career, and a link up with his former manager in Paris could be an option.
However, and somewhat understandably, Tottenham owner Daniel Levy is reportedly ready to play hardball and deny him a move.
After failing to sign him last season, according to reports, Manchester United are set to revisit a move for Dortmund and England star Jadon Sancho this summer.
Sancho has been out injured recently, and missed out on England's World Cup Qualifying squad as a result, but has had another strong season in Germany, averaging 0.64 expected goal involvements (xGI) per 95.
Six goals and nine assists in 21 Bundesliga appearances may be down on his extraordinary stats last season (17 goals, 16 assists), but his underlying performance data has remained consistent, which is a huge positive should United make the move for the 21-year-old.
Not sure what Tottenham fans reeling from a Sunday evening defeat will make of this, but former Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini is being strongly linked with north London in some of this morning's papers.
The Belgian, 33, is a free agent after leaving Chinese Super League club Shandong Taishan.
Paul Pogba stole the show in Manchester United's latest comeback win, as they fought back to beat Tottenham 3-1 in north London.
Graham Ruthven writes that it was the perfect example of how the Frenchman has become irreplaceable at Old Trafford.
This morning's papers are unsurprisingly awash with stories about the midfielder superstar.
Not that one, or the other one. Then again you might think Torres, and immediately go to Pau.
The Villarreal and Spain centre-back appears to be edging closer to a move to Manchester United, with the Red Devils reportedly in talks with the 24-year-old's representatives.
Probably the last thing you want you want to read as a Liverpool fan are rumours of one of your best players potentially leaving, but PSG appear to have their eyes on Mo Salah.
He notched his 28th goal of the season on Saturday to help the Reds end a six-game losing streak at Anfield in the Premier League and beat Aston Villa 2-1.
Salah has scored 122 goals for the club since joining from Roma in 2017.
Tottenham's latest setback has continued the growing speculation that Harry Kane will ask for a move at the end of the season, should they fail to qualify for Champions League football.
The story peaked on Sunday morning ahead of Spurs' disappointing defeat by Manchester United, which left them up against it in the race for a top-four finish.
As highlighted by Richard Jolly ahead of the fixture, the England captain would be a player ideally suited to Old Trafford, something further illustrated by Edinson Cavani's strong display on Sunday evening.
Bayern Munich stalwart Jerome Boateng will not be Barcelona-bound this summer, according to reports claiming that the Spanish giants want long-term replacements for Gerard Pique.
Champions League holders Bayern confirmed earlier this week that former Germany international Boateng would be ending his 10-year spell at the club, leading to the centre-back being linked with clubs across Europe.
But Barcelona boss Ronald Koeman has ruled out any move for Boateng and is thought to been impressed by 21-year-old Barcelona B defender Oscar Mingueza.
Thomas Tuchel has defended his refusal to give Tammy Abraham more opportunities, arguing that he cannot base selections on the striker's previous goalscoring exploits for Chelsea.
Abraham, who is Chelsea’s top scorer with 12 goals in 30 appearances this season, has endured a difficult time since Tuchel’s appointment in January.
The 23-year-old has been linked with Everton and Arsenal.
"Tammy had a bit of a rough time," said Tuchel.
"He was twice substituted for tactical reasons at half-time. He could not have the impact he demands from himself and we wish from him."
Kylian Mbappe has reportedly made up his mind that he wants to leave Paris Saint-Germain in order to move to Real Madrid.
The French forward has reportedly thrown his future into doubt by continuing to resist signing a new deal at PSG.
Barcelona chief Joan Laporta wants Erling Haaland signed first before negotiating a big new contract with Lionel Messi, according to reports.
As a result, Borussia Dortmund are weighing up a move for Jordan Larsson as a replacement for Erling Haaland, according to reports.
Sergio Aguero would reportedly consider a move to Tottenham when his contract expires in the summer.
The Argentina international is City’s record goal-scorer having amassed 257 goals in 384 appearances since arriving from Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2011 and is the highest-scoring overseas player in Premier League history.
RB Leipzig reportedly phoned Liverpool to discuss their intentions to sign Ibrahima Konate but the Reds have now informed them that they won't be pursuing the transfer.
However, Manchester United are reportedly considering whether to hijack Liverpool's bid to land RB Leipzig defender in the summer.
West Ham have announced that their on-loan defender Craig Dawson will join the club on a permanent deal from Watford at the end of the season.
The 30-year-old moved to the Hammers on loan in October and has scored three goals in 15 Premier League appearances this term.
He will remain at London Stadium until summer 2023.
On-loan Arsenal midfielder Martin Odegaard has reportedly been offered to Arsenal's rivals by Real Madrid.
The Norweigan midfielder has impressed in flashes since arriving in England in January, and as many as three Premier League clubs are after his signature.
David de Gea is being offered to Europe's top clubs by his representatives as the Spain goalkeeper prepares to leave Manchester United this summer.
The Spaniard has had a running battle with Dean Henderson for the no.1 jersey this season, and it appears as though Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has opted to stick with Henderson after he performed well while de Gea was absent.
Jose Mourinho says he has no influence over Harry Kane’s future at Tottenham, but that his door is always open if the striker wants to discuss it.
Speculation has intensified over what might lie in store for Kane over the last few weeks after Spurs’ season threatened to implode following their embarrassing Europa League exit and Manchester City’s need for a new frontman in the wake of Sergio Aguero’s pending departure.
“I’ve nothing to speak with him (about). Three years of his contract (remaining). I have nothing to speak with him,” said Mourinho.
“Unless he wants to speak with me about it and until now he never approached me in relation to anything.”
Brendan Rodgers is keen for Leicester to make a new contract for Kelechi Iheanacho a priority this summer.
The 24-year-old has been in superb form of late, named Premier League player of the month for March having scored nine goals in as many games for the Foxes since his strike at Fulham in early February.
But with his current deal up at the end of next season, Rodgers wants to agree new terms with the Nigeria international soon.
“He’s definitely someone you want to have,” Rodgers said. “You see the development and the improvement, and that’s what you aim to have – a squad that is developing and can contribute for you.
“I’m pretty sure there’ll be something organised between him and his representatives.”
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl hopes fit-again Danny Ings will provide an extra cutting edge for the rest of the season – and then commit his future to the club.
Saints' leading scorer Ings has been stepping up his recovery from a leg injury over the international break.
The former Liverpool forward has been linked with a protentional big-money summer move away from St Mary’s Stadium.
Aston Villa defender Ezri Konsa has signed a contract extension keeping him at the Premier League club until 2026.
The 23-year-old has become a key part of a defence which has kept 14 clean sheets in the league this season.
Since signing from Brentford in July 2019, the former England Under-20 World Cup winner has made 58 appearances in all competitions for Villa.
Erling Haaland’s heavily-rumoured switch to Manchester City has been thrown into doubt after City boss Pep Guardiola said the Premier League club signing a striker this summer would be “impossible”.
With record-goalscorer Sergio Aguero leaving at the end of the season, Manchester City have been linked with the 20-year-old Borussia Dortmund forward, with the Bundesliga club likely to command a transfer fee well in excess of £100 million.
"Listen, with these prices we are not going to sign any striker," said Guardiola.
"We are not going to sign any striker, it’s impossible – we cannot afford it. It’s impossible. That’s not going to happen, no."
Current World and European champions Bayern Munich are targeting a move for Tottenham Hotspur forward Heung-Min Son amid negotiations stalling over a new Spurs contract, according to reports.
Son has been a key player for Spurs this season, scoring 13 goals while assisting nine, with his expected goal involvement per 95 minutes (xGI/95) of 0.64 among the leagues elite.
Various reports are claiming that Erling Haaland's representatives have arrived in Barcelona for talks with club president Joan Laporta.
Haaland's agent Mino Raiola and the Dortmund striker's father Alf Inge are in Spain and were greeted at the airport by members of Laporta's team.
Laporta was elected as Barca president last month and it is reported that they will meet for talks about a potential move to the Camp Nou.
Sergio Aguero's former club Independiente will launch a shock free transfer bid for the out-of-contract Manchester City star.
The Argentinian, who is set to have a statue built outside of the Etihad in honour of his services at City, has struggled for fitness this season, but is expected to have plenty of suitors come the summer, including Barcelona.
Liverpool have a five-man shortlist including RB Leipzig defender Ibrahima Konate and Ozan Kabak as they look to strengthen at centre-back this summer.
France U21 international Konate reportedly has a buyout clause of around 40m euros (£34m).
While the Reds are yet to make a decision on Kabak who is currently on-loan from German side Schalke.
They have an option to buy him for £18m - with add-on clauses - but do not need to activate it until June.
Manchester City will have to fork out a mind-blowing £600,000-a-week to land Erling Haaland in a package costing over £300m.
Haaland, who has 49 goals in 49 games for Dortmund since his 2020 move to the German club, could serve as the perfect replacement for outgoing forward Sergio Aguero.
City's record scorer will not stay at the Etihad beyond the summer which suggest a high-profile replacement could be making a switch to Manchester when the transfer window reopens.
Real Madrid are adamant they don't want Gareth Bale back at the club, according to reports.
The Welshman, who has got himself back fit and firing at Tottenham, has netted five Premier League goals this season while averaging 0.50 xG/95, as he continues to get in good scoring positions.
Madrid have turned a corner themselves, recently qualifying for the quarter-finals of the Champions League while closing the gap at the top of La Liga, but these reports come just days after Bale said he never planned on staying at Spurs.
Tottenham are on the hunt for a goalkeeper.
Nick Pope is reportedly on their shortlist, but with Burnley wanting in excess of £30m for England stopper, Spurs could look elsewhere.
Wolfsburg's Koen Casteels and Lille's Mike Maignan are both options for Mourinho's side, who look set to lose captain Hugo Lloris.
West Brom Albion left back Kieran Gibbs will join MLS side Inter Miami when his contract expires at the end of this season.
He will join David Beckham's franchise, coached by Phil Neville, in the summer, and will link up with fellow Englishman Ryan Shawcross, French World Cup winner Blaise Matuidi and former Real Madrid and Juventus striker Gonzalo Higuain.
Arsenal are reportedly looking at activating Real Betis midfielder Guido Rodriguez's £68m release clause.
The Argentinian has been a mainstay in Manuel Pellegrini's side, as they have climbed the table into the European conversation, currently occupying sixth.
Rodriguez, 26, would bolster the midfield ranks at Arsenal, and provide more competition as Mikel Arteta continues his rebuild.
Nice are reportedly ready to offer France's World Cup winning captain, Hugo Lloris, a way out of Tottenham this summer.
Lloris started his career with Les Aiglons, and has recently come under pressure due to poor individual and team performances, most recently after their Europa League exit in Zagreb, where Lloris launched a scathing attack on his team.
Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos appears increasingly likely to end his 16-year spell at the club and leave on a free transfer at the end of the season.
Ramos, who has won every trophy with Los Blancos, has been a stalwart of Madrid's starting XI, and last season finished as the club's second top scorer in La Liga, as Real won the title.
Europe's elite will be on high alert if Ramos fails to agree to a new contract.
Erling Haaland is likely to be a man in demand come the summer, so Richard Jolly dissects his numbers before assessing who the Norwegian striker should sign for.
His Champions League numbers are crazy!!
Odds correct at 18:45 GMT (23/03/21)
Gareth Bale says he plans to end his Tottenham stay at the end of the season and return to Real Madrid.
Wales captain Bale rejoined Spurs on loan in September. The 31-year-old’s Madrid contract runs until the end of the 2021-22 season.
“I think the main reason I came to Spurs this year was to play football first and foremost, he said.
"The original plan was to do a season at Spurs and after the Euros still have a year left at Real Madrid. My plan is to go back, that’s as far I have planned.”
Everton are the latest team to be linked with Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly this morning - a deal would reunite him with former boss Carlo Ancelotti.
Manchester United, Manchester City and Liverpool have all been strongly linked over the past year.
Meanwhile, Moise Kean's permanent departure from Goodison is now looking like a distinct possibility, with Juventus drawing up a list of options for a possible player-plus-cash deal having seen their former striker thrive on loan at PSG.
Karl Darlow is considering switching national allegiance from England to Wales.
The Newcastle goalkeeper missed out on a place in Gareth Southgate's latest squad despite some strong form, pipped by West Brom's Sam Johnstone.
Arsenal are becoming increasingly hopeful that Martin Odegaard could stay with them beyond the end of his loan deal.
The midfielder is set to return to Real Madrid in the summer.
But Mikel Arteta, who spoke in glowing terms of the Norwegian after Sunday's comeback at West Ham, now thinks a permanent transfer could be on the cards.
Aberdeen are set to confirm Stephen Glass as their new boss, with the bigger shock being that Celtic's legendary captain Scott Brown will join him at Pittodrie.
It will be the former Scotland captain's first foray into coaching, and end his 14-year spell at Celtic Park.
It could be all change at Parkhead, with John Kennedy still in interim charge following Neil Lennon's sacking, and several players reportedly on their way out.
But Kennedy has played down rumours that former West Ham striker Albian Ajeti is set for an exit alongside the highly-rated Thomas Robert.
Tottenham could be forced to replace captain Hugo Lloris this summer.
The France number one may be on the lookout for a new club should Spurs fail to qualify for the Champions League for successive seasons.
Dean Henderson, Nick Pope and Sam Johnstone - all of whom were included in the most recent England squad, have been lined up as as potential signings.
Barcelona may not have it all their own way this summer as they look to complete a deal for Memphis Depay.
The Lyon winger almost joined on deadline day in February, with ex-Netherlands boss Ronald Koeman keen to recruit is his former international player.
But Paris Saint-Germain will reportedly rival Barca for the former Manchester United man's signature when the window reopens.