Transfer news LIVE updates: All the latest from the likes of Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and more
Friday December 21
Man Utd eye American
07.15: Manchester United are considering a move for Borussia Dortmund ace Christian Pulisic.
United are monitoring the winger, according to the Daily Mail, as they look to add more quality to their attack.
The American has impressed in Germany and Mourinho is keen for another winger having been linked with Willian and Malcolm.
But Pulisic is another name in the frame with Liverpool also keen last year.
Cristiano Ronaldo up for sale
05.15: Real Madrid have reportedly put Cristiano Ronaldo up for sale.
According to Diario Gol, Real are keen to get Ronaldo’s massive salary off their wage bill.
And that means president Florentino Perez has taken it upon himself to offer the 32-year-old to other elite clubs.
However, none of the clubs that have been contacted are willing to meet Real’s valuation.
Nor are they prepared to match the wages Ronaldo currently receives in the Spanish capital.
Arsenal and Man City chase Burnley ace
04.45: Arsenal and Man City are chasing Burnley defender James Tarkowski, according to reports.
The centre-back has been in incredible form this season as the east Lancashire outfit sit sixth in the table.
However, because Sean Dyche lost Michael Keane to Everton in the summer it is thought he is hoping to keep Tarkowski until at least the end of the season.
According to the Times, Arsenal and Man City are prepared to wait to get their man.
Chelsea looking to safeguard Courtois
04.15: Chelsea are reportedly set to make Thibaut Courtois the best paid goalkeeper in the world with their latest contract offer.
Chelsea don’t want to take the chance of losing their shot-stopper and are prepared to offer him a lucrative new deal worth more than £200,000-a-week.
That’s according to The Telegraph, who claim the new contract could run to 2023.
Jack Butland had been touted as a possible replacement for Courtois, but Chelsea are said to have put all their attention on keeping their current No1.