Man United, Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea and Celtic made today’s transfer headlines

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TODAY has been relatively quiet on the transfer front, with the world of football concentrating on the draws for the knockout stages of the Champions League and Europa League.

However, Premier League clubs will already have half an eye on the market, with the window set to open on January 1.

A number of sides have been linked with moves today, both for next month and next summer, with Manchester United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea among those to be talked about.

West Ham United want to sell midfielder Ravel Morrison – and are prepared to do so for a fraction of his £18m release clause. (Daily Mail)

Man United could sign Gareth Bale for £90m, and that would pave the way for Chelsea’s Eden Hazard to join Real Madrid. (Daily Star)

Arsenal have convinced the parents of 16-year-old Legia Warsaw midfielder Krystian Bielik they are the right club for him. (Daily Star)

Swansea City striker Wilfried Bony has caught the attention of Manchester City. (Daily Mirror)

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher wants the club to sign Bony. (Daily Express)

Roma have insisted they have no intention of selling midfielder Kevin Stootman in January. (Sky Sports)

Man City have joined the battle for £47m-rated Borussia Dortmund defender Mats Hummels. (Daily Express)

New York Red Bulls want to take Steven Gerrard from Liverpool. (Daily Mirror)

Arsenal are targeting Schalke defender Benedikt Howedes. (Metro)

Adnan Januzaj could leave Man United on loan in January, with Inter Milan, Ajax and Real Sociedad interested. (Daily Star)

Tottenham Hotspur may bid for Maccabi Tel Aviv striker Eran Zehavi, who could be available for £1.6m. (Caught Offside)

Celtic and Manchester City have agreed a £3m deal to make John Guidetti’s loan to the Scottish club permanent. (Daily Record)

Atletico Madrid have turned down a bid of £17.4m from Man City for defender Jose Gimenez. (AS)

Meanwhile, the Gazette today revealed Werder Bremen are interested in Sunderland striker Jozy Altidore.

It is relatively quiet on the transfer front at Newcastle United, though.