The 2022 January transfer window is closed, but there's still plenty of gossip swirling about who's moving where. Transfer Talk brings you all the latest buzz on rumours, comings and goings and, of course, done deals!
TOP STORY: Would Bayern really let Lewa leave?
Talks are yet to begin as the 33-year-old striker looks to sign a new long-term contract with the winner's of nine-straight Bundesliga titles, but he is beginning to lose patience as the clock runs down on a deal that expires in 2023.
The report says that he is ready to leave immediately if a solution has not been reached by the time the summer transfer window opens, with the hierarchy at the Allianz Arena yet to initiate talks with Lewandowski's representatives.
The Poland international has remained in impressive form this season, scoring 43 goals in 36 games to take his tally to a staggering 232 in all since joining from Borussia Dortmund in 2014. He was previously linked with a move to Real Madrid in recent windows and a Manchester United side desperately in need of a striker have also been named as a possible destination.
21.46 GMT: Real Madrid forward Rodrygo could be set to leave the club in the summer, according to Calciomercato, which reports that the 21-year-old's exit could depend on the signing of Kylian Mbappe.
The 29-year-old is set to be a free agent in the summer, with uncertainty over a stay at Stamford Bridge due to their current inability to renew contracts. Talks are said to be ongoing between the Germany international and that of Real Madrid and Juventus, however the Bianconeri are said to have made a breakthrough in landing his signature.
20.40 GMT: Manchester United are set for a big summer ahead of them, and Calciomercato reports that one new arrival could be Bayern Munich defender Lucas Hernandez. The 26-year-old can play at both left-back and centre-back, potentially shoring up the United backline.
The youngster signed a three-year deal with Fenerbahce at 16, making the breakthrough this season for the club. He has featured in six league games this season, scoring once and assisting twice in that time.
The report states that the Gunners made a move for the 23-year-old last summer, but were unable to land him, instead signing Martin Odegaard from Real Madrid. Mikel Arteta is said to have revived potential interest, with Aouar looking to make the move. Juventus and Internazionale are also said to be monitoring the situation.
19.00 GMT: Leicester City midfielder Youri Tielemans has been linked with a number of clubs in the past year, with his contract expiring in less than 18 months playing a part in the interest. Speaking to Belgian outlet Nieuwsblad, the 24-year-old claimed he will look at his options over the summer.
"I am very calm about my future. My contract runs out in 2023," Tielemans said. "During the summer I will take a look at all my options and take a decision. It is not the case that I want to leave at all costs. I still haven't made up my mind."
18.23 GMT: Amid reports earlier that Robert Lewandowski could leave Bayern Munich in the summer, there is also talk of the potential destinations for the Poland international. According to Nicolo Schira, Paris Saint-Germain are pushing to sign the 33-year-old if pending free agent Kylian Mbappe leaves the club in the summer.
17.43 GMT: Dani Ceballos is set to join Real Betis in the summer after missing out on a move in January, reports Rudy Galetti. It would mark a return for the 25-year-old to the club in which he made a breakthrough, having struggled for playing time with Real Madrid. The deal is said to be worth between €15m to €18m.
17.00 GMT: Chelsea midfielder Jorginho could be one of a number of players leaving in the summer, with Juventus reportedly interested in a move. Speaking to Calciomercato, the player's agent discussed his future and said: "I haven't talked to Juve, but I know of their interest in Jorginho.
"We have a contract with Chelsea until 2023 and it is a particular moment for the club, where there are no negotiations, also because the market is blocked both in entry and in exit. If the situation unfolds, the priority will be to deal with the renewal. Should Chelsea fail to renew their contract, then we will listen to all the teams involved."
The 30-year-old has been at Stamford Bridge since 2018, when he joined from Napoli under Maurizio Sarri. He has made 179 competitive appearances for the club, winning four trophies in that time.
16.14 GMT: Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum would seek a return to the Premier League if he does not receive assurances that he is part of the club's long-term plans, TEAMtalk reports.
Wijnaldum joined PSG as a free agent last summer after his contract at Liverpool expired. But the Netherlands international has started fewer than half of PSG's matches this season, and he has voiced his frustration at not being a more integral part of the team.
TEAMtalk reports that Arsenal, West Ham United and Newcastle United, where Wijnaldum played for a season before joining Liverpool in 2016, are all interested bringing the 31-year-old back to England. Spanish club Atletico Madrid and Italian side AC Milan are also reported to monitoring his situation.
15.26 GMT: Sources told ESPN's Alex Kirkland and Moises Llorens this week that AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie is set to be Barcelona's first signing this summer. What makes the Ivory Coast international ideal for Xavi's team?
14.19 GMT: Manchester United have added Thomas Tuchel and Julen Lopetegui to their list of potential managers, The Guardian reports.
Sources told ESPNs Mark Ogden last month that Paris Saint-Germain coach Mauricio Pochettino, Ajax manager Erik ten Hag and Spain boss Luis Enrique are on the shortlist of candidates to be the club's next permanent appointment.
Now Chelsea manager Tuchel and Sevilla coach Lopetegui are reportedly being considered are contenders to fill the vacancy which will be created when Ralf Rangnick's stint as interim boss comes to an end in the summer.
Tuchel and Lopetegui are both still competing to retain the European trophies they won last season, the Champions League and Europa League respectively.
13.27 GMT: Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger had agreed personal terms over a new contract, but he has stopped short of signing amid the financial uncertainty at the club, according to Bild.
Rudiger is one of several Chelsea defenders who are out of contract this summer, but the Germany international had bene in the process of committing his future to the reigning Champions League holders.
However, Chelsea's status as a frozen asset of owner Roman Abramovich means Rudiger remains available as a free agent at the end of the season.
According to Bild journalist Christian Falk, the 29-year-old is attracting interest from Real Madrid, Manchester United, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus.
12.34 GMT: West Ham United are interested in signing Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette, TEAMtalk reports.
Lacazette, 30, is out of contract at the end of the season, but has taken on the club captaincy since Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang was stripped of the role late last year before leaving to join Barcelona in January.
Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has previously said that no announcement on Lacazette's future would be made before the summer, but ahead of Wednesday's Premier League clash with Liverpool he told a news conference: "I think with Alex it's very clear what he brings to the team.
"He's shown it consistently since I've been here, and what we have to resolve is the contractual timing, in the best possible way, and when we all align on the same page."
11.39 GMT: AC Milan are interested in signing Liverpool striker Divock Origi this summer, according to the Daily Mail.
Origi is out of contract at the end of the season, although there is a clause to extend his deal if he start a certain number of games. However, the 26-year-old has only started three matches this season, with none of those in the Premier League.
The Belgium international has scored five goals in 14 appearances this season, most recently against Milan in the group stage of this season's Champions League back in December.
10.42 GMT: Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed the club has opened talks over a new contract for midfielder Kieran Dewsbury-Hall.
The 23-year-old is enjoying a breakout season with the Foxes, making 28 appearances in all competitions.
"It's something the club will be talking to the likes of Kieran Dewsbury-Hall and I know he is very committed and wants to be here," Rodgers told a news conference ahead of Thursday's Europa Conference League trip to Rennes. "Talks have opened with his people.
"He's still got a lot more development to take place and he loves playing here. Any other ones I'm not aware of at the moment."
09.49 GMT: Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland would prefer to play in La Liga than in the Premier League, according to Cadena SER.
Haaland is a target of top European clubs, with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester City keen to land his services. The Norway international has a contract until June 2024 with Borussia but is widely expected to leave the Bundesliga outfit this summer.
Haaland reportedly does not want to sign a long-term contract and would opt for a three-year deal. Should Haaland get matching offers from Premier League and La Liga clubs, the 21-year-old would prefer to join a Spanish club.
Real Madrid, who are likely to sign Kylian Mbappe as a free agent this summer, are also keen to bring Haaland to the Bernabeu stadium. However, COPE reports that Los Blancos will not enter a bidding war with other clubs for the talented forward. Madrid have the money to sign Haaland, who has a reported transfer value of €150m, but want the player to choose if he wants to play for the club or not.
08.54 GMT: Liverpool lead the race to sign Real Sociedad forward Alexander Isak, according to Noticias de Gipuzkoa.
The Sweden international has been a target of Barcelona and Premier League clubs in recent transfer windows.
Liverpool have monitored Isak for some time and reportedly made a €70m bid for the striker via an intermediary in January.
Isak is under contract with the La Liga club until June 2026 and has a €90m release clause.
The 21-year-old has scored eight goals in 32 club appearances this season
08.00 GMT: St. Louis City SC have announced the signing of Swiss goalkeeper Roman Burki to a three-year contract.
No financial terms were disclosed for the deal, which runs through the end of 2025.
Burki, 31, will join the 2023 Major League Soccer expansion club this July at the end of his Bundesliga season at Borussia Dortmund.
Burki has been with Dortmund since 2015, totaling 83 clean sheets in 232 appearances.
Before that, he played for Germany's SC Freiburg (2014-15) and the Swiss clubs Grasshoppers and Young Boys.
PAPER GOSSIP (by Adam Brown)
- While Juventus are interested in signing Paul Pogba, there are concerns over the Manchester United midfielder's salary, according to Calciomercato. The 29-year-old currently earns in the region of €345,000-per-week on a deal that is set to expire in the summer, and that has forced the Serie A club to take some time before deciding whether to pursue a plan to bring him back to Turin.
- After agreeing to personal terms with Chelsea, a new cloud of uncertainty has left the future of Antonio Rudiger back in the balance, according to Bild. The latest suggests that the 29-year-old centre-back was close to a new deal at Stamford Bridge, but recent sanctions taken against the club have allowed teams back into the race for his signature. The report says that Real Madrid, Juventus, and Paris Saint-Germain are all looking to reach a pre-contract agreement with the Germany international.
- PSG have decided against offering Angel Di Maria a new contract before it expires at the end of the season, reveals RMC Sport. The 34-year-old winger has made 25 appearances this season for PSG, but with the Ligue 1 club assessing a potential deal for Ousmane Dembele, they are planning to part ways with Di Maria, who earns around €250,000-per-week.
- Promotion chasers Fulham are looking to complete a double swoop of Liverpool defenders Joe Gomez and Neco Williams in the summer, reports the Express. The Reds are reported to be looking for a fee of around £32 million if they are to part ways with the duo. Williams, 20, is currently on loan at Craven Cottage and has enjoyed a positive start to life there, having contributed to four goals in nine Championship starts. Jurgen Klopp could also be prepared to let 24-year-old Gomez go, with the centre-back making just one start in the Premier League this season.
- Lyon are impressed with the impact Tottenham Hotspur loanee Tanguy Ndombele has made so far and want to extend his stay by another year, writes Ekrem Konur. The 25-year-old midfielder has enjoyed a bright start in his return to France, playing 90 minutes last Thursday in a standout performance during Lyon's 1-0 win over FC Porto in the Europa League. And while the Ligue 1 club have the option to make his move from Spurs permanent in the summer for a fee in the region of €55m, the latest suggests they will look to land a second loan deal instead.