Injury-hit Tottenham have become the latest side linked with out-of-favour Barcelona forward Malcom. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.
Fulham have signed Dutch international forward Ryan Babel from Turkish club Besiktas on a permanent deal running until the end of the season.
Mousa Dembele never fit categorization during his time in the Premier League and his unique skill set might never be seen again.
Sven Mislintat is to leave Arsenal after a series of disagreements over the Gunners' organisational structure and transfer strategy, sources say.
Harry Kane limped off the field following Spurs' 1-0 defeat to Manchester United at Wembley.
You can trace Arsenal's financial difficulties back to last year when the club signed expensive players who've yet to live up to their price tags.
Cesc Fabregas and Alvaro Morata's disagreement over the theory that an egg never breaks on grass may have sparked 2019's first social media craze.
Sevilla had expressed an interest in acquiring the Spain international, who is also a reported target of Atletico Madrid and Barcelona.
As Petr Cech announces his plans to retire, we should pay tribute to a legend between the sticks but also with them in his hands behind a drum kit.
David De Gea is happy to commit his future to Manchester United but wants a deal that would make him one of the club's highest paid players.
Liverpool have a defensive crisis looming with the club unable to recall Nathaniel Clyne from his loan at Bournemouth.
Petr Cech has won on four Premier League titles, five FA Cups and a Champions League title in 15 years in English football.
Manchester City have no interest in making a move for Isco, sources have told ESPN FC, despite again being linked with the Real Madrid midfielder.
UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Chelsea on a charge of racist behaviour relating to antisemitic chants by their supporters.
Manchester United have joined Arsenal, Tottenham and Bayern Munich in the race for Roma winger Cengiz Under, sources have told ESPN FC.
"I said to [the players] don't look a the schedule, don't watch the calendar for the Liverpool games, forget about it," Guardiola said.