Real Madrid, Sevilla and Barcelona have been dealt with a transfer blow amid reports they are eyeing Diego Costa.
Arsenal are one of the clubs which have shown interest for the star striker along with Wolves and Tottenham.
According to Goal, the ex-Chelsea star is more likely to move abroad rather than joining a Spanish team like Barcelona or Real because Atletico have agreed to let him go without putting their La Liga title bid at risk
Arsenal target Isco is determined to leave Real Madrid by the end of the season.
Liverpool eye Brighton Hove Albion midfielder Yves Bissouma despite Arsenal’s strong interest.
Arsenal set to sign Hertha Berlin star, Omar Rekik if they pay around €600,000 (£542,000)
Arsenal interested in Eriksen
The Gunners have identified the 28-year-old, who has struggled in Italy since leaving Tottenham in January, as a potential target, but must get Mesut Ozil off their books before signing another midfielder.
Man Utd line up January move for Norwich star.
Manchester United are considering a January bid for Norwich defender Max Aarons
They want to increase competition on the right side of defence and Aarons is at the top of their list of targets.
Juventus are eager to bring Fernando Llorente back to the club in January.
Manutd set to let Timothy Fosu-Mensah leave this January after stalling Manchester United new three and a half year contract.
AC Milan to make shocking Wilfred Zaha move this January
Van Dijk trains with Seedorf
Liverpool’s Virgil van Dijk has been stepping up his return to fitness with Dutch football legend Clarence Seedorf.
Wijnaldum tipped for Liverpool stay because of Messi
Gini Wijnaldum has been tipped to sign a new contract at Liverpool due to the uncertainty regarding Lionel Messi's Barcelona future.
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