Transfer news from Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, West Brom, Manchester United, Liverpool and Fulham.
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is set to hold talks with Chelsea about his future at the club. The Belgian, in his third loan spell at Atletico Madrid, has become one of football’s top goalkeeping talents during his time in Spain - but is still behind Petr Cech in the Chelsea pecking order.
"I don't know where I will be playing next season. In a short time I will discuss my future with Chelsea and I want to know their plans. After those discussions I will decide what will be the best option for me."
Youssouf Mulumbu has denied claims he reportedly made about wanting to leave West Brom. It is reported that the Congolese holding midfielder stated his desire to leave The Baggies should a bigger club come in for him.
He has however now stated his belief that he was misquoted.
Arsenal and Chelsea have been linked with his signature.
Manchester United are reportedly ready to make yet another move for Wesley Sneijder - and Turkish reports suggest two United players could go in the opposite direction. The deal would potentially see both Nani and Antonio Valencia swap Manchester for Istanbul with long-term United target Sneijder finally moving to Old Trafford.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is reportedly looking at Burnley striker Danny Ings as a potential transfer target. The England under-21 striker has been in fine form since stepping into the void left by Charlie Austin in the summer and the Anfield supremo sees him as the perfect option to provide back up to Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge.
Fulham are reportedly set to make a move for Dynamo Moscow winger Balazs Dzsudzsak. Meulensteen knows the player from his time in Russia and is reportedly set to splash £11 million on bringing the winger to Craven Cottage - and fight relegation.
It comes as rumours persist about Dimitar Berbatov’s future at the club. The Bulgarian is reportedly unhappy at the sacking of Martin Jol and the performance of the club and wants a January move.
His agent confirmed that he was unhappy and was looking for an exit - preferably one that would see him remain in England.
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