The January transfer window is now open as Manchester United eye possible reinforcements to boost their top-four chase following an inconsistent first half of the season.
After a summer which saw them let Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez leave without bringing in a direct replacement, an attacker is thought to be the club's priority this month.
Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest news on possible comings and goings from Old Trafford.
Wednesday morning's headlines:
Atletico Madrid 'open talks with Paris Saint-Germain forward Edinson Cavani'
Atletico Madrid reportedly open talks with Paris Saint-Germain over a January transfer for Edinson Cavani. Read more.
Paris Saint-Germain 'determined to keep Edinson Cavani until summer'
Paris Saint-Germain are reportedly determined to keep Edinson Cavani until the summer transfer window amid interest from Atletico Madrid and Manchester United. Read more.
Manchester United captain Ashley Young offered Serie A move?
Manchester United reportedly offer Ashley Young the chance to complete a move to Serie A over the January transfer window. Read more.
Juventus 'make Tahith Chong offer to leave Manchester United'
Manchester United youngster Tahith Chong is reportedly offered a wage of £35,000 a week in order to complete a move to Juventus. Read more.
Everton to move for Benfica midfielder Gedson Fernandes?
Everton are allegedly keen to secure an 18-month loan deal for Benfica midfielder Gedson Fernandes, who is attracting interest from several Premier League clubs. Read more.
Manchester United 'set for talks with Arturo Vidal agent'
Manchester United reportedly hold discussions with the agent of Barcelona midfielder Arturo Vidal regarding a potential move in January. Read more.
Inter Milan chief 'denies Christian Eriksen contact'
Inter Milan chief executive Giuseppe Marotta says that the Italian giants have made no contact with Tottenham Hotspur regarding midfielder Christian Eriksen. Read more.
Manchester United 'concede James Maddison January deal is unlikely'
Manchester United allegedly acknowledge that they have little chance of pushing through a January deal for Leicester City midfielder James Maddison. Read more.