The January transfer window is fast approaching and while Everton's search for a new manager looks to be heading towards a possible conclusion, there are a lot of rumours swirling about some new faces who could arrive at Goodison Park in 2020.

There is also one Blues star who has been linked with a move away from the club.

Here's a round-up of all the latest Everton transfer rumours and speculation.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Zlatan Ibrahimovic playing for LA Galaxy
Zlatan Ibrahimovic playing for LA Galaxy

Who?

The 360-goal colossus has pretty much won it all during a glittering career which has spanned years and taken the Swede to .. different leagues.

Where?

Tutto Mercato have said Ibrahimovic was reportedly in talks with a Premier League club and it has been suggested that team could be Everton. A post to Twitter from Italian football journalist Tancredi Palmeri read: "BOOM! Ibrahimovic in negotiation advanced with Everton." With a potential move to AC Milan also mentioned.

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What?

This move seems unlikely for the 38-year-old striker. But can we write off Ibrahimovic from doing something out of the ordinary like making the move to Goodison Park? Absolutely not.

Not forgetting he has worked with Carlo Ancelotti in the past at Paris Saint-Germain, and if the Italian coach does become the new Blues boss, maybe he would look to call upon some familiar faces, and Ibrahimovic does have experience in England from his time with Manchester United.

Steven Nzonzi

Steven Nzonzi in action against Real Madrid for Galatasaray
Steven Nzonzi in action against Real Madrid for Galatasaray

Who?

The former Stoke City midfielder will be familiar to Everton fans after arriving in the Premier League in 2010 with Blackburn Rovers. Nzonzi, who won the World Cup with France, secured a move to Sevilla in 2015 before heading to Serie A giants Roma. The 31-year-old is currently on loan with Super Lig outfit with Galatasaray.

Where?

Tutto Mercato have reported the potential arrival of Carlo Ancelotti to Goodison Park could convince Nzonzi to make a return to England. The Italian publication also suggest the Blues had made an attempt to sign Nzonzi this summer but he is said to have preferred to make the move to Turkey to play Champions League football.

What?

Nzonzi has five years of Premier League experience under his belt but Galatasaray do have an option to buy the defensive midfielder at the end of his one-year loan deal. His contract with Roma is scheduled to end in 2022. The Europa League winner would certainly be a feather in Everton's cap and ha

Alessandro Florenzi

Roma defender Alessandro Florenzi
Roma defender Alessandro Florenzi

Who?

Alessandro Florenzi is a right-back who plays for Roma. The 28-year-old has spent his entire career with I Giallorossi, barring a brief stint at FC Crotone.

Where?

It has been reported by Calcio Mercato that again the potential arrival of Ancelotti could see the full-back targeted by Everton. It is proposed that Florenzi may be worth around €18million, with a possible loan deal - with an option to buy - also mentioned.

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What?

The defender has made 11 appearances for Roma this season but might look to reinvigorate his career - which he has spent entirely in Italy - with a move abroad. Inter Milan and Fiorentina are also mentioned as potential suitors for Florenzi.

Everton could look to bolster their options at right-back with Djibril Sidibe on loan from Monaco, Jonjoe Kenny currently at Schalke and Seamus Coleman now aged 31, it wouldn't be a surprise to see the Blues take a look at some alternative options.

Mason Holgate

Mason Holgate applauds the fans

Who?

The 23-year-old defender joined Everton from Barnsley in 2015 and has featured 61 times for the Blues, with 13 appearances coming this term.

Where?

The Star report Sheffield United could be eyeing a move for the centre-half with Holgate identified as a player who could be exactly the type of player the Blades are looking to recruit.

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What?

Holgate showed his versatility as he played in midfield against Manchester United on Sunday. With the Blues currently light on the ground, Holgate has shown his importance and flexibility. It is unlikely Everton would want to part with a player who has started the last nine Premier League games.