Man Uniteds Radamel Falcao Linked With Juventus And Roma Transfer Gossip From Fridays Papers
We are nearly halfway through the January transfer window – but there”s plenty of time for deals to be done yet.
Already, there”s been wheeling, there”s been dealing and if speculation is to be believed, we will have a lot to report on in the coming weeks.
We will keep you up to date with all the latest rumours, done deals and analysis all through January.
The January transfer window runs until February 2 – because it cannot close on a weekend – meaning that clubs have a few days next month to add to their squads and make that final push in the second half of the season.
So what stories do we have for you today? We”ve put them all right here in one handy place, just for you.
Transfer stories from today”s Daily Mirror
Louis van Gaal will be given the green light for ANOTHER £150million spending spree at a Manchester United transfer summit with chief exec Ed Woodward on Friday
West Brom have scouted Jonathas de Jesus, the Palermo striker on loan with Spain”s Elche, as Tony Pulis plots how the Baggies can be saved from relegation.
Kevin Mirallas has alerted the Premier League and Europe”s top clubs by putting on hold contract talks with Everton.
Adnan Januzaj has been told he must stay and fight for his place at Manchester United, rather than being allowed out on loan.
West Ham are confident that Liverpool will not beat them to the signing of on-loan Barcelona midfielder Alex Song.
Misfit striker Emmanuel Adebayor is refusing to be forced out of Tottenham, amid interest from Turkey and Italy, after becoming involved in a transfer stand-off.
Brendan Rodgers has told Inter Milan to forget about trying to sign Lucas because he is too important for Liverpool.
Chelsea duo Mohamed Salah and Nathan Ake are wanted by Turkish side Besiktas.
Swansea are in talks over a move for Norwich left-back Martin Olsson.
Legia Warsaw have confirmed that midfielder Krystian Bielik will have an Arsenal medical on Friday.
And Arsene Wenger has admitted he WILL be forced into the market after a double injury blow ruling both Mikel Arteta and Mathieu Debuchy out for three months.
Other stories from today”s Daily Mirror
Under-fire boss Paul Lambert has pleaded with furious Aston Villa fans to call off a protest planned for the early stages of Saturday”s game against Liverpool.
Adam Lallana could make a shock return from injury for Liverpool against Aston Villa on Saturday.
Bacary Sagna is set to become Manchester City’s Champions League fall-guy following the signing of Wilfried Bony.
Stories from other newspapers and the wider world
Both Juventus and Roma are ready to take Radamel Falcao should Manchester United choose NOT to sign him permanently (Star)
Arsenal target Virgil van Dijk has welcomed rumours linking him with a switch to the Emirates (Metro)
Elsewhere the Gunners are apparently leading the race for "new Xavi" Marcelo Brozovic (Mail)
Gonzalo Higuain will NOT be signing for Liverpool this month, says his brother (Mail)
David Moyes wants Burnley“s in-form Danny Ings at Real Sociedad this summer (Independent)
Manchester City are ready to go head to head with Arsenal for Lorient defender Raphael Guerreiro (Le10 Sport)
Alan Pardew has refused to rule out moves for both Bafetimbi Gomis and Jose Enrique (Star)
Aston Villa“s pursuit of Manchester City”s Scott Sinclair has stalled (Birmingham Mail)