The transfer window is hotting up and our friends at Football Whispers have rounded up all the latest transfer rumours from across Europe.
Chelsea forward Diego Costa’s future could lie in Turkey. Besiktas are willing to take the Atletico Madrid transfer target on loan until January as a stopgap until Diego Simeone’s side’s player registration ban is over. (AS)
Real Sociedad defender Inigo Martinez is a Manchester City transfer target. Pep Guardiola’s side is willing to pay his €30m (£26.5m) buyout clause. But they aren’t the only ones – Juventus, AC Milan and Barcelona are also watching the 26-year-old. (Marca)
Dani Ceballos will be unveiled as a Real Madrid player this week on a six-year deal. The arrival of the Real Betis midfielder means James Rodriguez no longer has a place in the team at the Bernabeu, and the Colombian will leave the club. (Marca)
Jesus Navas’ return to former club Sevilla has been complicated by interest from Newcastle. (AS)
Leicester City striker Leonardo Ulloa would like a return to Spain, where he played for Castellon and Almeria before moving to England. The 30-year-old is attracting interest from Real Betis, Levante and Getafe. (Estadio Deportivo)
Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Paulinho says he hopes his transfer to Barcelona can be completed in the next week. The 28-year-old is currently playing his football for Guangzhou Evergrande, who have already rejected a bid of €20m (£17.6m). (Mundo Deportivo)
Juventus won’t sell Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea transfer target Alex Sandro unless they get an offer over €70m (£61.8m). (Tuttosport)
Blaise Matuidi is Juventus’ preferred option for the central-midfield role. Max Allegri’s side favour him over their alternatives, which are Emre Can and Steven N’Zonzi. (Tuttosport)
Manchester United transfer target Radja Nainggolan will not be leaving Roma after the sales of Mohamed Salah and Antonio Rudiger. (Corriere dello Sport)
Douglas Costa is set to join Juventus on loan for two years at a cost of €10m (£8.8m). The Bayern Munich winger will then join permanently in 2019. (Corriere dello Sport)
Dani Alves looks to have been seduced by a move to Paris Saint-Germain. He was expected to join up with former boss Pep Guardiola at Manchester City, but the French club’s sporting director Antero Henrique has gone all out and appears to have convinced him to move to Paris. (Le Parisien)
Barcelona transfer target Marco Verratti hasn’t given up hope of joining the Catalan club, despite PSG posting a video of him committing his future to his current side. (L’Equipe)
Despite meeting with Manchester City duo Eliaquim Mangala and Jason Denayer, Lyon appear to have chosen Besiktas defender Marcelo as the man they want to bring in at centre-back. (L’Equipe)
Carlos Bacca is a Marseille transfer target. If the AC Milan striker does sign for the French club, they will still remain interested in Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud. (L’Equipe)
Fabinho is keen to leave Monaco and has agreed a contract with PSG, but his current side do not want to sell him. (L’Equipe)
Everton have offered €25m (£22m) for Sporting Lisbon captain Adrien Silva, but have been told they’ll need an offer of €30m (£26.5 m) for the Portuguese side to consider selling him. Tottenham are also interested in the 28-year-old. (Record)Soccer Accumulator Bonus
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