Europe's largest clubs continue to work behind the scenes as the transfer window approaches in winter. Transfer Talk has searched the media around the world to see who might be heading to your club when January 1st arrives.
TOP STORY: Lukaku looks to Manchester United's exit?
Despite claims by Jose Mourinho that Manchester United will not sell anyone in January, The Sun claims Romelu Lukaku wants to leave the club. The Belgian striker, who joined Everton's Red Devils for £ 75m in 2017, is reportedly frustrated with life in Manchester and considering his future.
The 25-year-old failed to beat Arsenal in a 2-2 draw on Wednesday, despite scoring his goal against Southampton last week, and struggled to play only five times in 14 Premier League matches this season after beating 27 in all competitions in the 2017/18 season.
The newspaper insists Lukaku "signed up with Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez when he was frustrated with boss Jose Mourinho," so there is only one option left.
10:56 GMT: Divock Origi and Daniel Sturridge is said to be on the radar of AC Milan, according to the Italian media. Although Milan has been in contact with almost all players over the past few weeks and it is imagined if he would land Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Origi and Sturridge may be a little less on their wish list.
10:21 GMT: Manchester United You may want to aim a little higher, but they have been linked to the 18-year-old striker Bristol City Antoine Semenyo who is currently in Newport County is lent in League Two. He scored five goals in 24 appearances and the Daily Express reports that the United Scouts are watching him.
09:55 GMT: Wolves have impressed the Premier League this season, as has the Mexican striker Raul Jimenez . The problem is that he borrowed from Benfica. Although wolves want to solve this problem by breaking their transfer record and pay after O Jogo 34 million pounds for the 27-year-old.
09.00 GMT: A Frenkie de Jong Update for you.
As De Telegraaf reported yesterday, PSG are now the preferred targets for the 21-year-old Ajax midfielder. According to ESPN, however, the sources revealed that the Dutchman's desire to move to Paris depended on the fact that he was playing a lot there – more than in Barcelona or Man City.
Ajax has set a price of 75 million euros De Jong, but PSG is anxious to negotiate a deal in the vicinity of 60 million euros in view of their FFP concerns. The French club will probably lose Adrien Rabiot in the summer through a free transfer, and De Jong would be a perfect substitute, so they try to tie him up as quickly as possible.
PAPER TALK (By Matt Gault, Football Whispers.))
Guardiola: City Does Not Sign Hazard
Pep Guardiola has ruled out the possibility that Manchester City will sign a Chelsea Star Eden Hazard . After the Evening Standard, Guardiola continues to be an admirer of the Belgian, but does not see that he plays for the Premier League champions.
"That will not happen," said Guardiola before the Saturday night of the City with the Blues.
However, Hazard continues to be reluctant to leave Stamford Bridge. Real Madrid is believed to be interested in the 27-year-old, and although there is a chance that the winger will land in the Spanish capital, the chances of his coming to Guardiola's talented ranks in the Etihad are slim.  Mourinho rejects Jan leaving
Unlike Sun's story about Romelu Lukaku, Mourinho says none of his Manchester United players have expressed a desire to leave the club during the January transfer. According to a report in the Manchester Evening News, the Portuguese boss has rejected speculation that Old Trafford will leave some members of the first team next month.
In recent weeks, some of United's most recognizable players, including Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez have been associated with churn after life became disillusioned under the former Chelsea manager was.
Andreas Pereira, Anthony Martial, Matteo Darmian, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling and Antonio Valencia move closer to the exit door and the contracts expire next summer.
Arsenal no longer able to remember Chambers
. Although Rob Holding had lost the rest of the season, the Gunners could not remember Calum Chambers from his loan period in Fulham.
According to a report by the Evening Standard, there is no clause in Chambers' loan agreements with the Cottagers that could make him a solution to the escalation of Unai Emery's crisis.
Konstantinos Mavrapanos and Nacho Monreal are also injured, while Laurent Koscielny will not return to action as he approaches a return following a nine-month dismissal with an Achilles problem.
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Raul Jimenez vs. Wolves – 3.8
Nuno Espirito Santos's team is expected to sign off the Mexican striker from Benfica on a lasting basis for a staggering £ 33 million. The 27-year-old has scored four goals and contributed four assists since he was loaned out by the Primeira League in the summer, including the equalizer in the midweek win over Chelsea in Molineux. Antonio Valencia (19659007) West Ham – 1.9
Manchester United's right-back is linked to a surprise move to the Hammers. The 33-year-old struggled to stay fit this season with only four Premier League appearances, and as the Ecuadorian was knocked out next summer, West Ham could win the defender for a free transfer.
Andy Carroll to Galatasaray – 2.0
The Istanbul giants were linked with a shock to West Ham's long-time injured target man. Carroll, who had a first taste of the action for the first time this season in Hammers '3-1 win against Cardiff on Tuesday night, meets Gala's suggestion for an affordable striker who will postpone the attack after Bafetimbi Gomis' move Reinforcing Al-Hilal in summer
Angelo Ogbonna to Valencia – 2.4
The defender of West Ham has emerged as the target for the La Liga fighters. Los Che wants to dive into the winter market after a tough start to the season, who is 14th in the table. Although they have conceded only eleven goals in 14 games – eight less than bottom of the table Barcelona – coach wants to reinforce Marcelino in the rear, while he wants to bring the six-time Spanish champions to the front.
Malcom to Guangzhou Evergrande – 2.2
The Chinese Super League has allegedly targeted the Brazilian striker. Malcom has experienced a difficult start in Barcelona after his summer change from Bordeaux. The Catalan club paid £ 36 million to seal Malcolm's signature to the Roma in the summer, but the striker struggled to adapt to his new environment.