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Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho will bring in “two or three” new players in the January transfer window, according to the club’s former defender Phil Neville.
Genk forward Leon Bailey claims he will only move to Man Utd if they can “guarantee” him regular minutes on the pitch.
Man City will go head to head with rivals Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea for the signature of Atalanta defender Mattia Caldara, say reports in the Italian press.
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Spurs must make some “important” signings in January, according to the north London club’s former striker Clive Allen.
Charlton are on the verge of naming Karl Robinson as their new manager.
Melbourne Victory have “a million to one shot” of signing Steven Gerrard, says the A-League club’s chief executive Ian Robson.
Everton remain interested in Napoli striker Manolo Gabbiadini, according to reports in the Italian press.
Out-of-favour Everton forward Oumar Niasse may join Trabzonspor on loan in January, say reports in the Turkish media.
Sunderland manager David Moyes has likened club-record signing Didier Ndong’s inconsistent displays so far this season to a “roller coaster”.
AEK Athens are set to end Joleon Lescott’s contract in the Greek capital after the defender had a disagreement with officials at the club.
Birmingham City ‘keeper Tomasz Kuszczak is keen to remain at St Andrews when his Blues contract expires next summer.
Stoke winger Marko Arnautovic says stories linking him with a move away from the Bet365 Stadium are inevitable.
Stoke defender Marc Muniesa has revealed he is ready to leave the club, on loan or permanently, when the transfer window reopens in January in order to gain regular first-team football.
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Southampton forward Sam Gallagher says he wants to put himself in the Premier League shop window during his season-long loan spell at Blackburn Rovers.
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Swansea are hoping to sign Reading midfielder Danny Williams, according to reports in the English press.
Andreas Christensen and Nathan Ake say they have no plans of ending their loan spells at Borussia Monchengladbach and Bournemouth respectively to return to parent club Chelsea in January.
Derby boss Steve McClaren believes record-signing Matej Vydra will become a “very dangerous” player for the Championship club.
Former Man Utd midfielder Paul Scholes is on the verge of becoming part of Warren Joyce’s backroom team at Wigan, say reports in the British media.
Cardiff may try and offload Bruno Manga when the transfer window reopens in January as the Championship club try and release funds to add to other areas of their first-team squad.
Reading boss Jaap Stam says he is “not surprised” other teams are interested in midfielder Danny Williams after Swansea were linked with the player.
Sheffield United centre-back Ethan Ebanks-Landell, who is on a season-loan at Bramall Lane from Wolves, says he wants to remain with the Blades until the end of the campaign after it was suggested he could return to Molineux in January.
Former Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson thinks Bournemouth’s “extraordinary” manager Eddie Howe will “definitely be in the frame” to take over from Arsene Wenger at the Emirates when the Frenchman eventually opts to leave the north London club.