BREAKING: Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe has confirmed that Chelsea knocked back their approach for Nathan Ake. "We had discussions with Chelsea. We made an enquiry about bringing him back on loan or permanently. They were denied," said Howe.
BREAKING: Relegation-threatened reigning Premier League champions - Leicester City - have signed Udinese defender Molla Wague on loan until the end of the season. The Foxes have the chance to make the deal permanent in the summer. Will he help Claudio Ranieri's side stay up in the Premier League.
BREAKING: Southampton have confirmed the signing of Napoli forward Manolo Gabbiadini. The Italian has put pen to paper on a four-and-a-half-year deal. The fee has not been disclosed by the Saints but Sky Sports claim it is £17m.
BREAKING: Swansea City announce the signing of Jordan Ayew from Aston Villa with Neil Taylor going the other way. Jordan's elder brother, Andre, had left the Swans for West Ham United in the summer. The two could have played together but.....
BREAKING: Burnley have confirmed the club record signing of Robbie Brady from Norwich City. The full-back has put pen to paper on a three-and-a-half-year deal with the Clarets. In case you didn't know, he goes up to 83 on PES 2017!
But, that doesn't end the story of Moussa Dembele, apparently, the story is not over. Chelsea are likely to renew their interest, and are willing to go up to £35m for the Celtic man. Keep an eye on this one.
There are rumours flying around that AFC Bournemouth have tabled £18m bid for Chelsea defender Nathan Ake. The defender was loaned to Bournemouth for the first part of the season but the Blues called him back from the loan after the youngster impressed with the Cherries.
BREAKING: Real Madrid have announced that forgotten star Lucas Silva has joined Cruzeiro on loan until the end of next season. Madrid had signed the midfielder from Cruzeiro in 2015 but failed to impress the Santiago Bernabeu hierarchy and was loaned to Marseille last season.
While the fans wait with bated breath for clubs in Premier League and La Liga to strengthen their teams, it is the teams form China who are stealing the show as of now. Come on Premier League, give these guys a run for their money!
Breaking: Our in-house Indian Football expert, Soumalya Moitra is thoroughly unimpressed with the inactivity around Europe and is live blogging the FC Bengaluru vs Al Wehdat game. If you too believe that the only thing that will move today is the moon across the night sky, catch the action Here
BREAKING: Watford striker Odion Ighalo is currently undergoing a medical with Chinese Super League outfit Chongchun Yatai. The 27-year-old Nigerian will move to China in a deal believed to be in the region of £20m - crazy crazy deal for the Premier League side.
There are rumours floating around that Galatasaray are considering a move for Tottenham Hotspur striker Vincent Janssen. The Dutch striker, who moved from AZ in the summer, has struggled to find his scoring boots for the White Hart Lane outfit but it is unlikely that Spurs will allow him to leave.
Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic has landed in Russia to undergo a medical with Zenit St. Petersburg ahead of completing his proposed move to the Russian Premier League side. The Serbian has agreed a two-and-a-half-year-long contract with Zenit.
BREAKING: According to reputed Spanish journalist Guillem Balague, Atletico Madrid superstar Antoine Griezmann is yet to decide on his future but the Frenchman is keen on a move to the Premier League with Manchester United, Manchester City and Arsenal interested. Griezmann, who finished 3rd in the FIFA Best Player, has a £87m buyout clause in his contract.
Further to that, his future is not linked on whether Diego Simeone stays with the club or not. However, the forward had rejected advances from City and United last summer.
BREAKING: Leicester City have rejected Sunderland's bid of £7.5m plus add-ons for Leonardo Ulloa. The Argentinian has declared that he won't be playing for the Foxes again and he feels cheated by Claudio Ranieri's refusal to let him go.