Soccer24 looks at all the biggest transfer rumours from the English Premier League, La Liga, ABSA Premiership and beyond.
English Premier League
Manchester City are still hopeful of signing Alexis Sanchez in January despite the Gunners holding out for £35 million and a reported approach from Manchester United, Goal reports.
Mohamed Salah dismissed rumours linking him with a move to Real Madrid. He told Soccer Laduma that he have no intentions to leave Liverpool anytime soon.
Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte says “anything is possible” in response to reports he could leave at the end of the season, according to Sky Sports.
Manchester United are ready to give David de Gea a massive pay raise of £300 000 per week in an attempt to fend off interest from Real Madrid, according to The Sun.
Leicester winger Riyad Mahrez has opened talks with Liverpool over a potential January move to Anfield, the Express reports.
Liverpool are ready to sell wantaway striker Daniel Sturridge for £30 million, the Daily Mail reports.
Everton manager Sam Allardyce has confirmed that the club would like to sign Arsenal winger Theo Walcott this month.
West Ham are ready to listen to offers for flop striker Javier Hernandez, according to The Sun.
Karim Benzema turned down two offers to leave Real Madrid in August, with Arsenal and Chelsea having been interested, according to Don Balon.
Villarreal’s Cedric Bakambu moved to Chinese Super League side Beijing Guoan for £65m and became the most expensive African player in history.
Inter Milan have proposed a swap deal that would see them send Joao Mario to Atletico Madrid in exchange for Nicolas Gaitan, Don Balon reports.
Former Chelsea midfielder Ramires says he hopes to return to European football with Inter Milan in the January transfer window, according to Sky Sports.
SuperSport United’s Prince Dube has joined National First Division side Black Leopards on a season long loan, according to Soccer Laduma.
Platinum Stars have announced the signing of SuperSport United midfielder Zama Rambuwane on a six-month loan deal.