All the top stories and transfer rumors from Monday’s papers…
Barcelona could reduce Chelsea’s chances of securing a permanent deal for Joao Felix with the LaLiga giants keen on the Portugal star.
Manchester United have received 10 offers from clubs who want to take Anthony Elanga on loan for the rest of the season.
Emiliano Martinez was pictured hosting a World Cup party with his Argentina teammates at a luxury hotel nine miles from Villa Park.
Inaki Williams missed his first LaLiga game for Athletic Bilbao since April 2016 on Sunday as he was forced to sit out with an injury.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al-Nasr coach has claimed the forward will ‘go back to Europe’ before retiring from football, according to reports.
Mesut Ozil’s agent has admitted the midfielder’s end to his Arsenal career was ‘difficult’.
West Brom completed a double loan move for Nottingham Forest midfielder Lewis O’Brien and Fulham’s Nathaniel Chalobah.
Tottenham have agreed a fee to sign Chelsea Under-21s striker Jude Soonsup-Bell to support the club’s academy.
Marco Asensio has a contract renewal offer on the table from Real Madrid, but several other top European clubs have also contacted him through his agent Jorge Mendes.
Erik ten Hag’s former Ajax favorite Dusan Tadic has seen a move to Roma fall through as Jose Mourinho tries to decide the future of misfit Nicolo Zaniolo.
Tottenham have reportedly submitted a late bid to Bayer Leverkusen for the services of Piero Hincapie as Antonio Conte looks to strengthen his defensive ranks ahead of Tuesday’s all-important deadline day.
Crystal Palace hope Wilfried Zaha can return to action in February after the striker suffered a hamstring injury.
Galatasaray are leading the chase to sign Liverpool defender Nat Phillips before Tuesday’s transfer deadline.
Nicholas Raskin is wanted by Rangers – but there is a clutch of Europe’s elite in the case of the Belgian midfielder.
Tony Watt is edging closer to a move away from Dundee United after the forward was left out of the squad for Sunday’s 2-0 defeat by Celtic.