Yevhen Konoplyanka Finally Set For Premier League With Tottenham Transfer Gossip From Sundays Papers
Yevhen Konoplyanka finally set for Premier League with Tottenham? Transfer gossip from Sunday's papers
The halfway point has been reached in the winter 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.
Stories from today”s Sunday Mirror
Manchester United have ditched plans to splash the cash in the January transfer window and will now wait until the summer to try to land Matts Hummels and Kevin Strootman.
Arsenal have been urged to buy either Bayer Leverkusen”s Lars Bender or his twin brother Sven Bender, of Borussia Dortmund, as a defensive midfielder by former Liverpool star Dietmar Hamann.
Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew is weighing up a swoop on former club Newcastle for striker Papiss Cisse.
Everton have allowed Samuel Eto’o to join Sampdoria – and saved £6million in wages on the Cameroon striker.
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Stories from today”s Sunday People
Manchester United are plotting a complex £100million deal for Real Madrid”s Gareth Bale – with David De Gea heading to the Bernabeu in part-exchange.
Everton forward Kevin Mirallas is a target for Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp.
David Moyes is waiting on an answer from Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger over a loan deal for striker Joel Campbell as he bids to strengthen his attacking options at Real Sociedad.
West Brom are looking at West Ham winger Matt Jarvis – but face losing out to relegation rivals Crystal Palace for Blackburn striker Rudy Gestede.
Stories from other newspapers and the wider world
Real Madrid are ready to make a £50million world record bid for Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea. (Star on Sunday)
Manchester United are set to open negotiations with AS Monaco to lower the £43million fee which they have to pay to make Radamel Falcao”s loan permanent. (Sunday Telegraph)
Meanwhile, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City are all said to be monitoring Falcao”s future and could swoop if United decide not to buy. (Sunday Times)
Arsenal are ready to make a bid for £45million-rated Edinson Cavani after Paris Saint-Germain admitted they are looking to sell players. (Sunday Express)
Tottenham have renewed their interest in long-term target Yevhen Konoplyanka, with Liverpool still looking at a potential deal for the 25-year-old. (Mail on Sunday)
Liverpool will let Rickie Lambert leave the club if they can secure a return for Divock Origi, who is currently on loan at Lille. (Sun on Sunday)
Everton manager Roberto Martinez will meet with Samuel Eto”o to discuss his future at Goodison Park. (Mail on Sunday)
Manchester United and Chelsea could battle it out for the signature of Luka Modric, whose family is said to be unhappy living in Madrid. (Sunday Express)
Crystal Palace are hoping to secure the signings of Neil Taylor from Swansea and Rudy Gestede from Blackburn for a combined total of £9million. (Sunday Telegraph)
And finally… Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has rejected claims that his side are trying to sign Lionel Messi from Barcelona. (Sunday Times)