We are glad to inform and update you about the happenings across Europe on the ongoing January transfer window.
Here are some updates we are tracking for you at this time.
Arsenal have yet to make an impact in the current transfer window but could end up being involved in the biggest one this year.
Mesut Ozil has been strongly linked with a move away with Fenerbahce desperate to snap up the playmaker.
The German is keen on that, as well, and Mikel Arteta has given an update on his progress
Man Utd to battle Chelsea for Rice
The 22-year-old is in high demand
Manchester United will battle Chelsea for Declan Rice in the summer, according to ESPN.
The Blues have coveted Rice for some time after the midfielder came up through their academy before being released at age 14 and joining West Ham.
But United are also prepared to move for the England international, who could cost up to £70 million ($95m).
Drinkwater set for Kasimpasa loan
Danny Drinkwater is in Istanbul to complete a loan move to Turkish Super Lig club Kasimpasa – and Chelsea will subsidise his salary to help complete the deal.
Marseille in talks to sign Milik
Arkadiusz Milik is edging closer to a January exit from Napoli, Goal can reveal.
Marseille who jumped to the front of the queue ahead of Juventus and Atletico Madrid, with Andre Villas-Boas last week confirming their interest in him.
Zlatan plans Milan contract talks
Zlatan Ibrahimovic is planning on holding contract talks with AC Milan that could see him stay on at San Siro beyond his 40th birthday.
The Swede told Corriere dello Sport: “I’ll continue playing as long as I feel well. Then we’ll see, we’ll talk about my contract.
Pochettino is highest-paid coach in PSG history
Mauricio Pochettino is Paris Saint-Germain highest-paid coach ever following his decision to take the job with the Ligue 1 champions, L’Equipe reports.
The former Tottenham boss, who took over in Paris following the sacking of Thomas Tuchel, is reportedly earning €940k per month, before tax.
All Locatelli bids to be shunned
Sassuolo will be snubbing any bids for Manuel Locatelli, claims the Daily Mail.
Manchester City, Juventus and AC Milan are all said to be keeping a close eye on the midfielder with another window open.
Diego Costa would add character to Arsenal squad’
Diego Costa would add much-needed “character” to Arsenal’s squad if Mikel Arteta decided to make a move for the former Chelsea striker, saysWilliam Gallas, with a proven Spain international currently available as a freeven the opportunity to set his career back on track with Bournemouth, reports the Daily Mail.
The midfielder has impressed on trial at m Columbus Crew
Derby appoint Rooney as new manager
Rams appoint Man Utd legend on permanent basis
Derby County have confirmed they have appointed Wayne Rooney as their permanent manager on a two-and-a-half-year contract.
Ian Evatt confirms ‘realistic’ number of more Bolton Wanderers January window transfer signings
The Club is delighted to announce the permanent signing of the defender Pablo from Bordeaux. The Brazilian will wear the No. 3 shirt.