As we edge closer to the start of the January transfer window, Sports Mole has gathered the latest news emerging from the rumour mill.
Monday morning's headlines:
Manchester United target Gareth Bale speaks on transfer rumours
Gareth Bale reveals that he may re-join a Premier League club one day, but insists that he is happy at Real Madrid for the moment. Read more.
Report: Chelsea to make £20m bid for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang
Chelsea are reportedly looking to beat a host of rivals, including Arsenal and Liverpool, to the signature of Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Read more.
Ashley Cole on Manchester United transfer wishlist?
A report claims that former Arsenal and Chelsea defender Ashley Cole could be offered a six-month contract at Manchester United when the transfer window reopens. Read more.
Report: Tottenham Hotspur to sign former AC Milan forward Alexandre Pato
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly keen on bringing Alexandre Pato to White Hart Lane if they fail to sign Saido Berahino. Read more.
Manuel Lanzini: 'It's an absolute honour to be linked with Liverpool'
West Ham United loanee Manuel Lanzini describes interest from Liverpool as an "absolute honour", but adds that he is happy to stay with the Hammers. Read more.
Report: Manchester United to double Jesse Lingard's wages with new contract
Manchester United winger Jesse Lingard will reportedly receive a new, improved deal at Old Trafford as a reward for his impressive first team performances. Read more.
Report: West Ham United line up Andros Townsend move
A report suggests that West Ham United are readying a bid in the region of £12m to attempt to sign Tottenham Hotspur winger Andros Townsend. Read more.
Reading: 'Chelsea want to recall Michael Hector'
Reading executive Samrit Thanakanchanasut reveals that Chelsea want to recall defender Michael Hector from his season-long loan at the Madejski Stadium. Read more.
QPR chief: 'Charlie Austin could be sold in January'
Queens Park Rangers will sell Charlie Austin if they feel that they can find an adequate goalscoring replacement with the funds, according to chief executive Lee Hoos. Read more.
Red Star Belgrade: 'Marko Grujic staying until summer'
Red Star Belgrade sporting director Blazo Raosavljevic says that his club are determined to keep hold of in-demand attacker Marko Grujic until at least next summer. Read more.