Transfers: Ruben Neves not tempted by Manchester United move
Manchester United have their work cut out in their bid to sign Ruben Neves from Wolves.
The Red Devils have been keen to sign Neves for a long time now but Goal.com claims that the midfielder is fully focused on Wolves.
The report further claims that Neves would need serious convincing to move across from Molineux.
Transfers: Manchester United set to complete Fernandes move this month
Bruno Fernandes could start next month as a manchester United player according to Talksport.
The Red Devils have already had one bid involving a player swap rejected by the Portuguese club, but they are set to return with an only cash offer.
United would reportedly bid 50million upfront plus 15million in add-ons.
Transfers: Thomas Muller open to leaving Bayern Munich
Thomas Muller has refused to rule out a move away from Bayern Munich in the next few months.
The 30 years old has never played for another club until now but he knows that change could be necessary as he has lost his first-team place.
He claims that he is focused on Bayern’s cause this season, but he has just 18 months left on his current deal and has left the door open for a move away.
Gossip: Barcelona target Carlos Vela and Lautaro Martinez after Luiz Suarez injury
Barcelona has had to rethink their plans for this month’s transfer window after the long term injury to Luis Suarez.
The Uruguayan attacker has been sidelined for the next four months and that has opened the Catalans up for a need to bring in a new attacker.
Goal.com claims that Barca has made Lautaro Martinez and Carlos Vela their top target to replace Suarez.
Transfer: Liverpool youngster returns to Germany
After helping Liverpool beat Everton in the FA earlier in the month, Nathaniel Philips has returned on-loan to Germany.
The young defender joined Stuttgart on loan last summer, but he was recalled amid an injury crisis at Liverpool and he played in the FA Cup against Everton which Liverpool won.
He has now returned to the German side as Dejan Lovren and Joel Matip are close to first-team return to action.