Brendan Rodgers wants Steven Gerrard to end his career at Liverpool.
Arsenal target Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has extended his deal with Schalke.
Reading want Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone.
Ex-Everton winger Royston Drenthe will snub a Premier League return and join Russian outfit Alania Vladikavkaz.
Paul Lambert and Norwich have agreed a settlement over his summer exit.
Daniel Sturridge will get an amazing £1.5million golden handshake from Chelsea before joining Liverpool.
Brendan Rodgers wants Steven Gerrard to stay at Liverpool for life.
Tottenham supremo Daniel Levy is ready to launch a bid for Derby's teenage sensation Will Hughes - but it will spark a Premier League stampede.
Roberto Mancini insists Joleon Lescott is still part of his Manchester City plans.
Wolves are ready to make a January loan swoop for Arsenal midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong.
Ipswich boss Mick McCarthy wants to raid old club Wolves for Ronald Zubar, Richard Stearman and Sylvan Ebanks-Blake.
Andy O'Brien is considering joining Huddersfield or Ipswich on loan during the MLS close season.
Reading are looking to bring in Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone.
Southampton are set to move for Brighton winger Will Buckley.
Tottenham are set to offer Brad Freidel a new contract amid interest from Blackburn.
Paul Lambert is willing to risk the wrath of old club Norwich by making a move for Steve Morrison.
Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge had a medical at Liverpool yesterday ahead of a £12million January switch to Anfield.
Reading manager Brian McDermott is ready to send an SOS to Tottenham midfielder Tom Huddlestone.
Southampton are lining up a January raid on south coast rivals Brighton for winger Will Buckley.
Liverpool's owners will be asked to give Steven Gerrard an extension to his current contract.
Romelu Lukaku is not interested in returning to Chelsea from West Brom.
Chelsea are putting together a £1.5million golden goodbye for Daniel Sturridge to make sure he joins Liverpool.
Harry Redknapp is facing a fight to offload his "over-paid" players as he plans a QPR clear-out.
Sir Alex Ferguson called on the Football Association to hit Ashley Williams with a lengthy ban after claiming the Swansea City defender "could have killed" Robin van Persie.
Rafael Benitez has warned there is better to come from his Chelsea side after an 8-0 defeat of Aston Villa, the heaviest in their visitors' 138-year history.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
Under Rafa Benitez in December, Chelsea have put six past Nordsjaelland, five through Leeds and now eight in Aston Villa's net.