Wesley Sneijder is unaware of any interest in his services as exit speculation builds again ahead of the winter transfer window.
Former Chelsea defender Dan Petrescu would like to land a managerial post in England when the time comes to leave Dynamo Moscow.
Sporting Lisbon president Bruno de Carvalho claims there will be no movement on the transfer front in January.
Adrian Mutu has announced that he will return to his native Romania to play in January.
Spartak Moscow winger Aiden McGeady has been forced to train with the club's youth team for disobeying team orders.
Ezequiel Garay has stated he is happy at Benfica, potentially ruling out a January move to the Premier League.
Olympiakos admit they have a fight on their hands to keep hold of their star striker Konstantinos Mitroglou.
Anderlecht say that their star defender Cheikhou Kouyate is unlikely to leave the club in January, but he can depart in the summer.
Alen Halilovic admits to being a fan of English football and claims a club linked to him over the summer remains keen.
UEFA has revealed that six clubs are to be investigated for possible breaches of its financial fair play regulations.
Axel Witsel admits he still has his mind set on a move to a 'big club' and he cannot see past the Premier League.
Belgian champions Anderlecht have opted against offering a contract to free agent Mohamed Sissoko.
William Gallas had contact with Crystal Palace over the summer, had hoped to return to France, but ended up in Australia.
Crystal Palace captain Mile Jedinak has won the Football Federation Australia (FFA) Player of the Year award.
FC Porto striker Jackson Martinez has hinted towards an exit from the club, with Chelsea reported to be keen on his services.
Younes Belhanda missed out on a move to England over the summer, but admits he is still hoping to grace the Premier League.
Brazilian outfit Palmeiras admit to being admirers of Zenit St Petersburg striker Hulk, but have no plans to bring him home.
Anderlecht's general manager Herman van Holsbeeck has confirmed the club will try to sign former Liverpool midfielder Mohamed Sissoko.
Sao Paulo have denied holding an interest in Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Julio Cesar after the Brazilian admitted he could be ready to move in January.
Serbia's bitter football rivals are set to incur the wrath of UEFA after crowd trouble marred the Belgrade derby.