1pm Transfer Talk Update: Pablo Osvaldo, Mario Mandzukic, Leigh Griffiths

Pablo Daniel Osvaldo of Southampton shoots to score the equalising goal during the Barclays Premier League match between Southampton and Manchester City at St Mary's Stadium on December 7, 2013
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Sports Mole brings you the latest transfer gossip with just six days until the window slams shut.

With less than a week until the January transfer window closes, Sports Mole has rounded up the latest news and gossip from transfer land.

This afternoon's headlines:

Southampton want Eder to replace Pablo Osvaldo?
A report claims that Southampton want Sampdoria's Eder to replace striker Pablo Osvaldo.

Franz Beckenbauer hints at Mario Mandzukic's Bayern Munich departure
President Franz Beckenbauer concedes that competition for places may see Mario Mandzukic leave Bayern Munich in the summer.

Neil Lennon hints at Leigh Griffiths interest
Celtic manager Neil Lennon refuses to rule his side out of the running to sign Wolverhampton Wanderers centre-forward Leigh Griffiths.

Jamie Carragher: 'Manchester United need more than Juan Mata'
Jamie Carragher believes that Manchester United need to sign "three or four" more players to accompany Juan Mata.

Cardiff City, Stoke City discuss Kenwyne Jones, Peter Odemwingie swap?
A report claims that Cardiff City are open to swapping Peter Odemwingie to secure the signature of Stoke City's Kenwyne Jones.

Agent: 'Galatasaray want John Heitinga'
John Heitinga's agent says that Galatasaray have made an approach to sign the Everton defender.

Luuk de Jong open to Borussia Monchengladbach exit
Borussia Monchengladbach striker Luuk de Jong, who has been linked with Newcastle United, admits that he wants to leave the club.

Blackpool loan defender Tony McMahon
Blackpool loan defender Tony McMahon from Sheffield United, with Bob Harris moving in the opposite direction.

Queens Park Rangers unlikely to sign Kolbeinn Sigthorsson
Ajax striker Kolbeinn Sigthorsson will not leave the Dutch giants to sign for a club in the Championship, according to the player's brother.

James Dunne heading for St Johnstone?
A report claims that James Dunne is close to joining Scottish side St Johnstone.

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