The summer transfer window is closed for the major leagues in Europe. However, with an eye on January, there's plenty of gossip swirling about who's moving where. Transfer Talk brings you all the latest buzz on rumours, comings, goings and, of course, done deals!
TOP STORY: Brighton wary of Chelsea's Caicedo interest
Brighton are set to begin contract talks with Moises Caicedo amid concerns over a possible approach from Chelsea, writes The Sun.
The Blues were linked with the 20-year-old midfielder in the summer, and after coach Graham Potter made the switch from the Amex Stadium to Stamford Bridge, the Seagulls believe that he could be tempted to follow his former manager in January.
The Ecuador international has caught the attention of a number of clubs this season after his performances in the Premier League have helped his side into fourth place. It's reported that he could now be offered a significant salary increase in a bid to encourage him to remain on the south coast.
Caicedo has become a regular starter for Brighton since joining in February for £4.5 million from Independiente del Valle, after Yves Bissouma's place in midfield was freed up by his move to Tottenham Hotspur.
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21.49 BST: Leicester City's new head of recruitment, Martyn Glover, will look to the winter window to turns things around at the club, who are currently last place in the Premier League.
Asked about working with Glover on potential signings in the winter transfer window, head coach Brendan Rodgers said "He's been in from the weekend, so I've had some good conversations with Martyn."
Rodgers is in a fight to keep his job, having been at the helm since 2019, because of a poor start to the season and after only one signing this summer, Wout Faes, he will look to make more changes in the coming transfer windows.
20.45 BST: Barcelona will continue their efforts to sign Manchester City's Bernardo Silva after they failed to come to an agreement this past summer window, according to The Mirror.
Although the 28-year-old has three years left on his contract with City, he might exit this January or the next summer transfer window.
Silva has won seven major trophies with Manchester and has 70 caps for the Portugal national team under his belt.
19.45 BST: AC Milan's transfer deadline day loan-signing Aster Vranckx will have the opportunity to join the club on a permanent deal from VfL Wolfsburg if he impresses this season and all parties agree.
At his first press conference today, the 19-year-old Belgian told Calciomercato that "For me Milan are a great club that have made football history, with many great players from the past. Now I'm here and I'll train hard to deserve this opportunity."
He also mentioned is admiration for Mousa Dembele, his compatriot, saying "When I was young, but also now, I used to watch Dembele. There are many good players, but Dembele is one I have always looked up to with respect and admiration."
17.22 BST: Wolves are preparing their second attempt to sign Enzo Fernandez, reports The Sun.
Benfica beat Wolves in the race to land the 21-year-old Argentinian from River Plate during the summer transfer window, but Bruno Lage's side will use their extensive contacts in Portugal and work hard to sign Fernandez in either January or next summer.
He has played 11 times for Benfica so far this season, and scored three goals.
15.39 BST: Ajax teenager Amourricho van Axel Dongen has spoken of his admiration for former boss Erik ten Hag, but says for now he is happy at the Amsterdam club.
Van Axel Dongen will be eligible to move to the Premier League in January after he has turned 18, but the forward would also be happy to discuss a contract extension with Ajax.
New Manchester United boss Ten Hag has already raided his former club to sign Antony and Lisandro Martinez.
"I will remain eternally grateful to [Ten Hag] for giving me the opportunity as a young player to play football with players like Antony and Dusan Tadic," Van Axel Dongen told Voetbal Zone. "I think it's great to see that things are going a bit better with Manchester United.
"I haven't had the chance to speak to him since his transfer to United, but who knows, our paths may cross in the future."
14.45 BST: Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry has praised Folarin Balogun's decision to swap the Emirates for Stade de Reims for first-team football.
Balogun, 21, will play for the Ligue 1 club throughout the 2022-23 season and has been a revelation, scoring five goals in six appearances.
"I'm really happy for him because in general English players don't go abroad -- normally players are loaned either to another Premier League side or in the Championship," Henry told Amazon Prime Video Sport. "He's a very English-style player who likes to run down the channels but he was missing something, which was his finishing.
"He's now starting to score goals regularly and I'm happy for that -- happy he has gone abroad. It's especially so considering he is a Londoner, in general Londoners struggle to leave London. When I heard he was coming to France, it made me think he has a refreshing mindset."
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13.42 BST: Sport reports that Barcelona still want to get players off their wage bill when the transfer window reopens in January.
On Friday, Barcelona's spending cap for the season increased by almost €800m to €656.5m following the sale of club assets this summer. That allowed them to spend more than €150m on new signings Robert Lewandowski, Raphinha and Jules Kounde in the transfer window, while Andreas Christensen, Franck Kessie, Hector Bellerin and Marcos Alonso all arrived on free transfers.
But the report says that Barca still need to get unwanted players off their wage bill if they are to invest in the squad again next summer.
Frenkie de Jong, linked with Manchester United and Chelsea in the summer, is a candidate, along with Jordi Alba, Gerard Pique and Memphis Depay.
12.40 BST: West Ham are being linked with a £12m move for Sheffield United defender John Egan.
The Sun reports that David Moyes has identified the 29-year-old as one of his key winter targets.
The Republic of Ireland international was wanted by the Hammers last month but a deal could not be agreed.
If Egan arrives, Craig Dawson could leave West Ham for Wolves.
11.41 BST: Newcastle are hoping to take 15-year-old England youth international Chris Rigg off their arch rivals, Sunderland.
Rigg has been tracked by the Magpies all year, with the midfielder so impressive he has been playing for Sunderland's under-18 side since the age of 14 -- and now for the under-21s at the age of 15.
Everton have also been linked with Rigg, but the player's family are all reported to be Newcastle fans.
Earlier this year it was reported that Sunderland were looking for a transfer fee of £1m, but that has now risen to £2.5m.
10.45 BST: Chelsea could turn to Luis Campos as their new sporting director to work with Graham Potter, reports the Sunday Times.
Potter left Brighton to replace Thomas Tuchel as manager at Stamford Bridge last week, and the club are restructuring from the top following Todd Boehly's takeover earlier this year.
Campos only joined Paris Saint-Germain in June as the French club's football advisor after making his name at AS Monaco and Lille. He also worked with Jose Mourinho during his time at Real Madrid.
09.48 BST: Wolfsburg forward Jonas Wind has said a move to Arsenal would be a "dream."
In an interview with Bulinews, the 23-year-old said that his aim was to play in the Premier League, ideally for the Gunners.
The Denmark international joined Wolfsburg from FC Copenhagen in January, going on to score five goals in 14 games in the second half of the season.
"I've only been here for a bit more than a half year, and I've been happy with my time at the club so far, so I'm not thinking about a move away at all," Wind said. "But If we look into the future, Arsenal would be a dream destination for me, as it has always been my favorite club.
"In general, I think the Premier League is the best league in the world, and it would be exciting to play there. But as I said, that's not what I'm focusing on at the moment. I'm doing well here in Wolfsburg, it's a good club for me, and the Bundesliga is a great league to play in."
09.00 BST: Fiorentina defender Igor is a January transfer target for Juventus, reports Calciomercato.
Igor, 24, has been in Serie A since 2019, with the Brazilian playing for SPAL before moving to Fiorentina two years ago.
The report says that a central defender is one of Juve's key areas to strengthen in the winter window, with a replacement for Leonardo Bonucci still required.
Igor's contract expires in the summer of 2024, so his transfer value will start to reduce after January unless he signs a new deal.
- Marco Asensio is being tracked by AC Milan and Juventus, according to Calciomercato. While the Rossoneri were linked with the 26-year-old Real Madrid winger over the summer, it looks as though they could now face a challenge for his signature. It's reported that both clubs are considering waiting until January, when they will be able to begin negotiations with him over a possible precontract agreement as he enters the final six months of his contract -- which would see him move on a free transfer next summer. Asensio has played just eight minutes in LaLiga this season.
- Uncertainty over the future of AC Milan forward Rafael Leao has emerged after initial contract talks, according to Corriere dello Sport. The 23-year-old is understood to be looking for a salary of around €6.8m per year, and the San Siro hierarchy are unsure whether to meet his demands. The Portugal international has been on the radar of Chelsea, and has two years remaining on his current deal.
- Carlo Ancelotti is in line to receive a new contract offer from Real Madrid, reports Marca. Club president Florentino Perez is happy with the 63-year-old manager, who secured the LaLiga and Champions League double last season, and is looking to tie him to a new long-term deal. His contract is set to expire in the summer of 2024.
- Manchester United passed on the opportunity to sign Sergino Dest on deadline day, according to The Athletic. The 21-year-old United States right-back joined AC Milan on a season-long loan from Barcelona, but an approach by Erik ten Hag was blocked by the Old Trafford hierarchy, who made the decision to keep faith in the club's two current options -- Diogo Dalot and Aaron Wan-Bissaka
- Lazio are keen on a move for Suso, reports Calciomercato. The Serie A club are considering an approach for him in January, and it is believed that Sevilla would be prepared to let the 28-year-old attacking midfielder leave amid concerns over his form. The former Liverpool star previously played in Italy's top flight during a spell with AC Milan.