THE January transfer deadline is just days away with many potential deals still to be done.
Bruno Fernandes' move to Man Utd is imminent while Barcelona are not giving up on Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Follow all the latest updates and gossip below...
Arsenal have reached a new agreement to sign defender Pablo Mari, according to reports.
The deal for the Spanish defender was in major jeopardy as negotiations between Arsenal and Flamengo stalled.
Arsenal had initially agreed a sign the Spaniard, 26, permanently but then wanted to make it a loan deal instead.
According to reports in Brazil, Arsenal will pay a £4.2million loan fee to bring Mari in for the rest of the season.
KEEPING AT BAY
Man City have been boosted by Leroy Sane's return to training this week – but may have to be braced for another approach from Bayern Munich for the winger's services.
The German giants were very keen on acquiring the 24-year-old in the last transfer window.
With Perisic in particular looking unlikely to remain at the Allianz Arena next season, the Bundesliga giants will be ready to move for Sane again, now that he is healthy.
Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge told journalist Manuel Bonke: “If we are still interested in principle, which I do not rule out, we will first talk to the club in order to create a friendly atmosphere of conversation.”
Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder is snapping up Dutch striker Richairo Zivkovic in a surprise deal.
The Blades chief is adding to his Premier League high fliers by signing the former Ajax Amsterdam talent who is playing in China.
Zivkovic, 23, flew in for talks and a medical ahead of a move from Changchun Yatai where he was in prolific form in his debut season.
Blades are beating Galatasaray and even former club Ajax in the chase after Zivkovic scored a dozen goals in just 19 games in China.
The tall attacker will fill the gap left by Callum Robinson’s departure for West Brom.
And gives Wilder new variety in his front line.
Zivkovic came through the ranks of the national youth aides in Holland.
He was capped at under-21 level before heading to the Far East.
ATLETICO NO GO
Atletico Madrid will not let Thomas Lemar leave this month, despite interest from the Premier League.
Arsenal are among a host of clubs that have been linked with a move for the Frenchman – who has struggled since moving to Spain in 2018.
But the La Liga giants want him to stay, after the club's chief executive Gil Martin told Goal: “Lemar is not for sale. There is no way he can change.”
The 24-year-old has managed just ten starts in all competitions this season, leading to rumours of a move, with Chelsea and Man Utd also linked.
CAN-T BELIEVE IT
Juventus midfielder has reportedly turned down the likes of Arsenal, Man Utd and Spurs in favour of Borussia Dortmund.
According to Football Italia, the German ace has agree terms with the Bundesliga side in a deal worth £22million.
Can is free to leave Turin after Maurizio Sarri omitted him from his Champions League squad.