- Arsenal have been told to back off in their pursuit to sign Klass-Jan Huntelaar by his club Schalke. The Bundesliga giants have slammed clubs trying to lure their Dutch striker. Liverpool are also keen on signing Huntelaar during the January transfer window.
- Both Arsenal and Liverpool are moving towards a transfer war to sign another Schalke star midfielder Lewis Holtby.
- Meanwhile, Theo Walcott and Bacary Sagna have been left out of Arsenal's new 2013 calender but manager Arsene Wenger has denied reports of their sale.
- Chelsea are considering a January move for Bayern Munich and Germany striker Mario Gomez. The Blues are concerned about their current £50 million striker Fernando Torres' form but are willing to spend nearly £40m for Gomez. Chelsea are also eyeing a mega transfer for Radamel Falcao from Atletico Madrid.
- Manchester United are lining up a £9 million bid for Saint-Etienne centre-back Kurt Zouma. The Red Devils will invite Zouma, who is also a target for Manchester City, to watch a game at Old Trafford.
- Liverpool are seriously considering a bid for Chelsea outcast Daniel Sturridge in January. The England international has fallen down the pecking order despite first-choice striker Torres continues to disappoint.
- Chelsea are considering a move for Bayer Leverkusen striker Andre Schurrle with Everton's Marouane Fellaini also in the target list. Both players are valued in the region of £30 million after the Blues' first attempt to sign the German was rejected.
- Premier League giants Manchester United and Arsenal have alerted with the £30 million release clause of Borussia Dortmund star Mario Gotze. The 20-year-old sensation has helped Dortmund win national titles in the past two seasons and is a target for top clubs across Europe including Real Madrid.
- Scott Sinclair has been told he can leave Manchester City if in case he is unhappy with the bit-part role at Etihad.
- Roberto Mancini has insisted he won't be selling controversy kid Mario Balotelli after the Italian scored his first Premier League goal since March.
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