With a little over nine days left for teams to do trading in the January transfer window, Sports Mole rounds up all the latest news and speculation from over the course of the day.
This evening's headlines:
Norwich deny Holt swap
Norwich City deny reports that they are willing to swap Grant Holt for Gary Hooper.
Tottenham enter Hooper race?
Should Norwich continue their pursuit of Hooper, speculation has claimed that they will face competition from Tottenham Hotspur.
Sneijder completes Galatasaray move
Wesley Sneijder puts the finishing touches on his transfer from Inter Milan to Galatasaray.
Man City want Asmir Begovic?
A report claims that Manchester City are plotting a summer move for Stoke City goalkeeper Asmir Begovic.
Marko Marin Russia bound?
Marko Marin's agent admits that his client could leave Chelsea on a loan basis and join a Russian club.
Yanga-Mbiwa having Newcastle medical
Newcastle United close in on the signing of Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa as the Montpellier captain undergoes a medical on Tyneside.
Newcastle agree Yoan Gouffran fee?
It could be a busy few hours at Newcastle United as reports claim that Yoan Gouffran is about to join Yanga-Mbiwa at St James' Park.
Agent: Mauro Zarate could leave Lazio
The agent of reported Sunderland target Mauro Zarate admits that his client could leave Lazio this month.
Falcao denies Real Madrid link
Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao rubbishes reports that he has held transfer talks with Real Madrid.
Diarra wants out of West Ham
Alou Diarra reveals that he is keen to leave West Ham United this month.
Wenger denies Zaha interest
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger dismisses speculation that he made a bid for Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha.
Barnsley hand Mathieu Manset trial
Barnsley offer a trial to former Reading and Hereford Town striker Mathieu Manset.
Ashley Cole signs new deal at Chelsea
England defender Ashley Cole signs a new one-year contract extension at Chelsea.
Brek Shea fails to travel to Stoke City?
FC Dallas midfielder Brek Shea's proposed move to Stoke City has broken down, according to reports.