Premier League outfit Crystal Palace are reportedly eyeing two strikers from Serie A - Inter Milan's 'Gabigol' and Sassuolo's Francesco Caputo.
Cardiff City’s Josh Murphy has been linked with Burnley and Crystal Palace.
Crystal Palace have been linked with Fulham’s Jean-Michael Seri.
Crystal Palace, Southampton and Norwich City have been linked with Birmingham City’s Che Adams.
Brentford’s Ezri Konsa has been linked with Crystal Palace.
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur will be looking to be busy when the transfer window re-opens in the summer.
Christian Benteke has not scored a single goal in seven Premier League games for Roy Hodgson's Crystal Palace this season.
Millwall have reached the FA Cup quarter-finals after victory over AFC Wimbledon.
Crystal Palace are in need of a striker and West Ham United's Andy Carroll has recently returned from injury.
Crystal Palace have been linked with Chelsea’s Tammy Abraham.
Ainsley Maitland-Niles made a rare appearance for Arsenal on Monday night.
Stendel was strongly linked with the recent managerial vacancy at Sunderland.
Frank Lampard has not been able to pick Antonio Rudiger during his time in charge at Chelsea so far.
Arsenal are considering Paulo Sousa as the club's next manager.
Leeds United won't be losing Ben White in January it seems.
Tottenham Hotspur's best youngsters will now be allowed to go out on loan, with Jose Mourinho keen to see them in first-team action.
Tottenham Hotspur have closed the gap on the Champions League places once again.
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool side are in action on Tuesday evening when they take on Red Bull Salzburg in the Champions League.
Steven Gerrard’s Glasgow Rangers lost against Neil Lennon’s Celtic on Sunday.
Everton are still on the lookout for a new manager.
Crystal Palace are reportedly in talks with West Ham United about a deal for Cheikhou Kouyate.
Roy Hodgson admitted he had directed “spiteful” words at the referee, Andre Marriner, after watching the Brighton striker Glenn Murray put his Crystal Palace team out of the FA Cup with a potentially controversial late winner for 2-1. But Hodgson changed his tune entirely after being assured that Murray had not used his hand to ease the ball over the line. The assurances came via the Video Assistant Referee, which had been used for the first time in an English club match.
Five Premier League managers have lost their jobs so far this season before we are a third of the way in, and looking at the bottom three in particular the figure could still rise again before Christmas.