Another day in football, another wave of transfer rumours to keep up on. Take a look at the most recent names and gossip being floated around in the media.
Will any of the following deals happen in January?
The Real Madrid superstar is set to turn down deals from Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur to sign a new contract at the Bernabeu, according to the Sun.
Isco has been instrumental this season so far and played a key role in Spain’s recent wins over Italy and Lichtenstein.
With his current deal set to expire at the end of the season, a host of clubs have stepped in try and lure the 25-year-old away from Madrid, but he insists his future remains in the Spanish capital.
No midfielder had been involved in more goals than Isco in La Liga last season (10 goals, eight assists) and the 25-year-old is a key man for Real moving forward.
West Ham will launch a fresh £35 million bid for Sporting Lisbon star William Carvalho in January, according to the Sun.
The collapse of a deadline day deal for the Portuguese midfielder has led to the relationship between the two clubs hitting rock bottom.
West Ham claim Lisbon kept changing details of the deal – including the price – while Lisbon have reportedly said no bid was ever made.
The 25-year-old has been previously linked with a move to Manchester United.
Sporting’s president said recently he would be willing to negotiate over the contract clauses of some of his players to raise funds and this could help Slaven Bilic in his pursuit of the 25-year-old.
Bilic needs to significantly bolster his midfield options and Carvalho is seen as the perfect recruit as the combative defensive midfielder would have no issue adjusting to life in the Premier League.
Jamie Vardy has revealed that he wants to join a foreign club when he leaves Leicester, according to the Daily Star.
Vardy was close to leaving Leicester last summer, when it seemed he was on the verge of a move to Arsenal, but the Foxes refused to let their star striker go.
It’s not known whether there’s a price at which Leicester would consider selling Vardy this summer.
The 30-year-old played a starring role in the Foxes’ miraculous Premier League triumph 16 months ago, and although he failed to hit the same heights last season there were signs that he was rediscovering his best form towards the end of the campaign.
Leicester may finally be ready to cash in on Vardy and the likes of Fenerbahce and Inter Milan could easily be the highest bidders.
Although 31 in January, the England international remains ambitious to win more trophies.