THE transfer window closes for business on Monday, and clubs are adding the final touches to their squads ahead of the last few months of the season.
It has been a relatively quiet month so far, but the final days of the window regularly throw up unexpected late deals.
Today, speculation continued at pace, with the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool making the headlines.
Mats Hummels has agreed a deal to join Man United from Borussia Dortmund in the summer. (Daily Star)
Fiorentina manager Vincenzo Montella says Chelsea have signed winger Juan Cuadrado. (Daily Express)
Andre Schurrle is on the brink of joining Wolfsburg from Chelsea for £22.5m. (Daily Mail)
Burnley have insisted Danny Ings will not be signed by Liverpool and then loaned back to the club, as Premier League rules do not allow it. (The Independent)
Aaron Lennon is set to join Hull City on loan from Tottenham Hotspur. (London Evening Standard)
Darren Fletcher is set to sign from West Ham United from Man United. (BT Sport)
Chelsea are set to make a £21m bid for West Ham United striker Enner Valencia. (The Sun)
Aston Villa have made a late bid to hijack Newcastle United’s move for MK Dons midfielder Dele Alli. (Daily Mirror)
Man United and Chelsea have been alerted after Paul Pogba’s agent admitted the midfielder’s long-term future is not at Juventus. (Daily Star)
Inter Milan manager Roberto Mancini has admitted his interest in signing Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure. (Sky Sports)
Despite interest from Liverpool, striker Paco Alcacer says he was happy to sign a new contract at Valencia. (talkSPORT)
Spurs could offer captain Younes Kaboul to Stuttgart in exchange for 18-year-old forward Timo Werner. (Daily Mirror)
Stoke City will allow Robert Huth to join Leicester City on loan. (Stoke Sentinel)
Man United midfielder Anderson could leave Old Trafford this month, with Brazilian side Internacional in talks over a transfer. (Daily Telegraph)
West Bromwich Albion have been offered the chance to take former Man United striker Diego Forlan on loan from Japanese club Cerezo Osaka. (Express and Star)
Meanwhile, Gus Poyet says Sunderland will remain alert in case a late transfer opportunity presents itself, the Gazette today reported.