The saga over Wesley Sneijder's mooted move from Inter Milan to Galatasaray has taken more turns than an F1 driver this week, with the latest reports claiming Liverpool are poised to make a late bid for the midfielder. Meanwhile, Pep Guardiola continues to be heavily linked with a move to Manchester City and QPR boss Harry Redknapp is keen on making a swoop for a France international.
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23:10 GMT: Romelu Lukaku remains hopeful of transforming his loan spell at West Brom into a permanent move from Chelsea, saying: "Hopefully after the January window we will be able to start talking about that. At this time I'm just looking at my own career and West Brom, I don't really care about what Chelsea are doing at the moment."
22:45 GMT: The Metro reports that former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song could make a shock return to the Premier League with Chelsea after Barcelona boss Tito Vilanova decided the Cameroonian was not up to scratch.
22:11 GMT: Chelsea and Manchester City target Radamel Falcao is being linked with an unlikely move to Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint-Germain after praising the club. Falcao told Telefoot: “Paris Saint-Germain has a very ambitious project. France is a wonderful country. I went and I loved it."
21:31 GMT: Borussia Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc has revealed that Nuri Sahin had to take a pay cut to return to the club where he started his career. "I think we're all aware that the salary structure here is different from Real Madrid's," Zorc told the Bundesliga website. "However, Nuri accepted what we offered as for him it was all about wearing Borussia Dortmund's shirt again. There wouldn't have been a chance to sign him otherwise."
21:10 GMT: Martin O'Neill has reiterated his desire to sign more players to strengthen Sunderland in January. He said: "We are trying our best, obviously, to try to bolster the squad, which will be very, very important if we can do."
20:33 GMT: Arsenal boss Wenger has been speaking about possible signings after his side's 2-0 loss against City. He said: "We try very hard, believe me. We have a team around me who analyse everything. We select targets, I watch them, but it is difficult to speak about
20:01 GMT: Liverpool winger Stewart Downing has played down reports linking him with a move to Sunderland or a return to Middlesbrough, telling the Sunday Times he is happy to fight for his place under Brendan Rodgers.
"My response had to be to play well," he said."As my dad said, 'Prove to him, give him food for thought'. I don't know if it was a gee-up or what, he [Rodgers] certainly tests players - it was good, I appreciated the straightness, most players do.
19:20 GMT: Tottenham, Arsenal, Newcastle and Sunderland target Alvaro Negredo has talked up a move to the Premier League. The Sevilla striker, who has scored six goals in 12 appearances for Spain is quoted as saying: "The Premier League is a great competition, I really like it and I think my style of football would be well suited to it."
18:50 GMT: Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has told the club's fans to expect one more new signing in the January transfer window.
"We are in the January window and we are still looking for one player,” he said. "I don't think we are going to look for a centre-half because we still have Antolin Alcaraz to come back from injury and Roman Golobart has done really well in the cup.
"I think we will have to cope with it internally, but we'll still try to add one more face before the window closes."
18:23 GMT: Highly-rated Nordsjaelland defender Nores Okore is wanted by half of the Premier League according to his agent, Nikola Juric. His agent also says that Fulham have already had a bid rejected for the Dane, 20, who impressed in the Champions League this season.
18.00 GMT: Both Mercato365 and the Journal are claiming the agent of Toulouse midfielder Moussa Sissoko met with Newcastle representatives on Friday. The 23-year-old has ben a long term target for the Magpies and is out of contract in the summer.
17.31 GMT: Peterborough chairman Darragh MacAnthony on Twitter talking about George Boyd: "In answer to all the queries on Boydy, We have rejected a formal written offer from Nottingham Forest which I felt was derisory. The other clubs who have made enquiries for Boyd are Reading, Millwall and Crystal Palace. Unless its a proper offer for player of his calibre I would rather he see out the rest of his contract with us."
17.00 GMT: Sky Sports are reporting that Ryan Giggs has said that no decision will be made about his future with Manchester United until the end of the season.
16.30 GMT: Goal.com are reporting that Stoke City are keeping tabs on Blackpool’s Alex Baptiste as they seek to take advantage of the turmoil embroiling the club during the January transfer window.
16.02 GMT: According to Walesonline.co.uk Swansea manager Michael Laudrup is closing in on Belgium striker Roland Lamah.
15.40 GMT: Numerous reports now saying that Arsenal will wait until the summer to make a move for Barcelona forward David Villa.
15.15 GMT: Tottenham have reportedly told Real Madrid they'll need to to bid £55 million to get Gareth Bale.
14.42 GMT: BREAKING: More news on Loic Remy. It's being reported that he is on a flight to Newcastle now, for a medical and contract negotiations. He could be a Newcastle player by the end of the day.
14.37 GMT: Numerous sources are linking Arsenal with a move for Inter Milan forward Diego Milito. The 33-year-old was the final player to win the UEFA Club Forward of the Year award.
14.11 GMT: BREAKING: Marseille president Vincent Labrune: "We have an agreement with Newcastle for the transfer of Rémy. Loïc can negotiate with them."
13.57 GMT: Edin Dzeko has conceded he could be the player sold to make room for a new striker at Manchester City. "Anything is possible," Dzeko told The People. "I wouldn't rule out leaving now or in the summer, but I'm trying not to think about it."
"It is up to me to try to use the opportunities I am being given at City, everything else is beyond my powers at the moment. We have four strikers and I suppose we can bring in another one, but only after one of us leaves the club."
13.35 GMT: An update on Liverpool's pursuit of Kevin Grosskreutz. The Borussia Dortmund winger has said: "I have no trouble with Borussia Dortmund and, basically, I don’t want to leave," he told Sport Bild. "I am not giving up just because I am not in the first team. Borussia Dortmund always were and still are my favourite club. Until now I have not been offered a new deal that I could sign straight away, but I am looking forward to receiving that kind of proposal."
13.10 GMT: BREAKING: Insidefutbol.com are reporting that Borussia Dortmund have entered the race to sign Loic Remy. However they believe Newcastle still hold the advantage.
Some sources are now reporting that an £8.7 million deal has been agreed by Newcastle and Marseille for the forward. Joey Barton believes the deal is done, he tweeted: "Good luck to Loic in Newcastle. Don't worry i've told him what to expect. Great guy. Perfect club for him."
12.45 GMT: BREAKING: Brendan Rodgers has moved to say that Liverpool will not be signing Wesley Sneijder from Inter Milan.
12.30 GMT: BREAKING: West Ham have announced that Joey O'Brien has signed a new long-term contract with the club.
12.20 GMT: BREAKING: PSG forward Nene has confirmed he'll be leaving the club. Found out where he'll go here.
12.00 GMT: However, Mirror Football's Ed Malyon has tweeted to say: "Chelsea have NOT bid for Iago Aspas but they are one of the interested clubs."
11.45 GMT: More reports today from Marca suggest that Chelsea are ready to stump up the required £8.2m fee to trigger the release clause of Spanish striker Iago Aspas. This follows from reports from yesterday that Chelsea will move for the Celta Vigo forward.
11.20 GMT: According to insidefutbol.com Panathinaikos are set to bid for their former striker Djibril Cisse to snatch him away from QPR.
10.57 GMT: With Demba Ba's arrival at Chelsea and the fine form of Romelu Lukaku on-loan at West Brom, Fernando Torres' future at Stamford Bridge continues to be a subject for debate. The Metro claim that Torres, 28, could return to Atletico Madrid for a cut-price fee in the summer - and there is even a chance he could go on loan there for the remainder of this season.
10.20 GMT: Rennes manager Frederic Antonetti has revealed that QPR are interested in signing Yann M'Vila, with quotes attributed to him in L'Equipe saying: "The bottom club in England want to sign one of our best players."
09.53 GMT: West Ham's 3-0 defeat at Sunderland has led manager Sam Allardyce to admit he may have to sign defensive reinforcements in the January transfer window. He said: “We might have to take a look at the market and see if there is someone who can help us on the defensive side. Watching our performance today in defence, we were inept.”
09.20 GMT: Reports in the Sunday Mirror suggest that Ashley Cole has still received no new contract offer from Chelsea despite strong interest from Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid.
08.50 GMT: Newcastle look to have stolen a march on their rivals in the race for Loic Remy. The Mail on Sunday say that the Magpies have had a bid accepted for the Marseille forward.
07.03 GMT: Manchester United will need to pay £15 million for Wilfried Zaha and loan him back to Crystal Palace for the remainder of the season if they want to land the winger, according to a report in the Daily Mirror.
05.31 GMT: Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp has welcomed new recruit Nuri Sahin with open arms, heaping praise on the midfielder and describing him as "an absolute quality player" in Bild.
04.05 GMT: Inter Milan boss Andrea Stramaccioni has played down a show of dissent from Antonio Cassano as he was substituted against Pescara, claiming he is not agitating for a transfer. He said: "He had every right to be disappointed as he could not take his chances. Perhaps he wanted to stay on the field for longer. That just shows how much this club means to him."
03.15 GMT: And we're back! We'll have all the latest transfer news and views throughout the day to see who may be On The Move.
The Sunday People state Liverpool are preparing themselves for a last-gasp bid for Inter Milan midfielder Wesley Sneijder, hijacking a move to Galatasaray. Sneijder, who is out of favour at the San Siro, has had talks with the Turkish outfit stalled in recent days while personal terms are discussed. It is believed that during this time, Brendan Rodgers has made contact over the 28-year-old. Working in Liverpool's favour is Sneijder's preference to play in the Premier League should he leave Serie A.
A different type of transfer news, this time on the coaching front, dominates headlines in The Sun newspaper on Sunday. It is suggested former Barcelona mentor Pep Guardiola is edging closer to a return to the management fold, and Manchester City are reported to be his first-choice destination. A deal is tipped to be discussed this summer, with City now favourites ahead of Manchester United, Chelsea, Bayern Munich and AC Milan to snare the talented tactician.
Fresh from a clean sheet in QPR's stalemate with Tottenham on Saturday, manager Harry Redknapp is on a plan bound to discuss a transfer with Rennes midfielder Yann M'Vila, according to the Daily Mail. Redknapp is believed to be an admirer of the 22-year-old, but the only stumbling block appears to be the agreement of a transfer fee. Rennes are holding out for £10 million, while QPR to date have thus far offered £7.4 million.