THE January transfer window has been quiet so far, with much of the attention remaining on business which may happen in the summer.
However, speculation is sure to hot up in the coming days as the month draws to a close.
Plenty of rumours have made today’s headlines, with Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea among the clubs to feature.
West Ham United defender Winston Reid has told the club he will not sign a new deal, and wants to join Arsenal. (Daily Mirror)
Man United have put a £50m valuation on goalkeeper David de Gea, who is wanted by Real Madrid. (Daily Express)
Chelsea want £30m for Andre Schurrle, but Wolfsburg are ready to pay £23m. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal are set to offer midfielder Francis Coquelin a new contract. (The Independent)
German defender Mats Hummels wants to stay at Borussia Dortmund, despite interest from Liverpool, Chelsea and Man United. (Daily Star)
Man United are ready to make a £15m bid to re-sign defender Gerard Pique from Barcelona. (Daily Express)
West Bromwich Albion are ready to offer Saido Berahino a double-your-money deal to stay at the Hawthorns. (The Sun)
Valencia are lining up a move for Man United midfielder Darren Fletcher. (Sky Sports)
West Ham are also interested in Scotsman Fletcher. (The Times)
Bayer Leverkusen want to sign Tottenham Hotspur striker Roberto Soldado. (Daily Mirror)
Club Brugge goalkeeper Mathew Ryan says he wants to play in the Premier League amid interest from Liverpool. (Metro)
Palermo’s president says forward Paulo Dybala, who has been linked with a move to the Premier League, will not be transferred this month, but is likely to make the switch to England in the summer (London Evening Standard)
Stuttgart have rejected a £5.5m bid from Swansea City for midfielder Alexandru Maxim. (Daily Mail)
Ignacio Camacho, who has been linked with Liverpool and Arsenal, will not leave Malaga this month, according to the Spanish club’s sporting director. (talkSPORT)
Bafetimbi Gomis will be paid £8m in signing-on fees from Swansea if he leaves this month. (The Telegraph)
Meanwhile, it is relatively quiet on the transfer front at Newcastle United and Sunderland.