Every day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around look to splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...
Cesc Fabregas has been left battling for his future at Chelsea amid serious interest from Juventus and Inter Milan.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy wants £14m ($20.7m) to part company with Andros Townsend with West Brom, Watford, Aston Villa and Newcastle all interested.
Victor Anichebe admits he could quit West Brom when the transfer window opens despite a starring role in the win over Newcastle.
Liverpool starlet Jerome Sinclair could be a shock target for Manchester City. He is out of contract in the summer.
Belgium international Axel Witsel wants to leave Zenit St Petersburg next month.
Leicester City have enquired about PSV Eindhoven defender Santiago Arias.
Norwich are closing on a £2.2m ($3.2m) deal to sign Dinamo Zagreb defender Ivo Pinto and have offered £8m ($11.8m) for Everton striker Steven Naismith.
Manchester United are monitoring Everton's emerging midfielder Joe Williams. The 19-year-old is an integral member of the Toffees' Under 21 side having joined the club as a seven-year-old.
Swansea City are ready to turn to Chelsea's Patrick Bamford to solve their goalscoring woes.
Leicester City's £9m ($13.3m) striker Andrej Kramaric is wanted by Torino. The 24-year-old joined a year ago from Rijeka after rejecting the chance to go to Chelsea.
Stevan Jovetic has no regrets about his exit from Manchester City, and is enjoying life at Inter Milan following his £14m ($20.7m) move to Serie A.
Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish says he would not stand in the way if Real Madrid came calling for manager Alan Pardew.
Mohamed Elneny will undergo a medical on Tuesday in Paris ahead of signing his Arsenal contract on Wednesday. The FC Basel midfielder will join in a deal worth £7.4m ($11m).
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is considering a £4m ($6m) bid for Leicester's England under-20 international Ben Chilwell.
Saido Berahino could be finally off with Spurs lining up another bid as the West Brom striker receives a warning over persistent lateness by his manager Tony Pulis.
Chelsea are seeking talks with Crystal Palace about Patrick Bamford's future but the striker is not part of Guus Hiddink's immediate plans despite announcing that he will end his loan spell at Selhurst Park.
Celtic might have to bring in stop-gap January signings as cover for their lengthy casualty list.
Norwich look set to land Everton striker Steven Naismith in January for an £8m ($11.8m) fee.
Manchester City are preparing to poach Liverpool starlet Jerome Sinclair away from Anfield.
Crystal Palace will try and sign Chelsea striker Loic Remy after Patrick Bamford cut short his loan spell at the club.
Sergio Aguero has revealed it will be almost impossible for Manchester City to sign his international team-mate Lionel Messi.
Juventus are in pole position to sign Rolando Mandragora from Italian club Genoa, beating Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool to the 18-year-old's signature.
Arsene Wenger is hoping to secure his second signing of the January transfer window before it even opens by adding Honduran winger Andy Najar to the Arsenal squad.
Barcelona forward Sandro Ramirez has emerged as a shock target for Tottenham in January.
Arsenal have been told to fork out £18m ($26.6million) if they want to sign Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic.
Newcastle boss Steve McClaren is readying a £10m ($14.8m) bid for Russian international Alan Dzagoev as he looks to add more quality to his squad in January.
Chelsea striker Patrick Bamford has revealed there are Premier League clubs interested in signing him next month.
Manchester United have confirmed goalkeeper Joel Castro Pereira has arrived back at the club following a loan spell at Rochdale.
Sam Allardyce has threatened to clear out his flops as Sunderland continue to struggle at the bottom of the Premier League.
Norwich City have agreed a deal in principle with Everton for the £8m ($11.8m) purchase of Steven Naismith having revived interest first expressed in the summer.
Manchester City have categorically ruled out signing Jamie Vardy or Neymar in next month's transfer window following recent reports linking the players with a move to the Etihad Stadium.