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: Juventus after Chelsea's Jorginho
The 30-year-old is reported to be a target for Massimiliano Allegri's side, with the Bianconeri confident that they can convince the Italy international to make the switch to the Allianz Stadium.
Jorginho has previously said that he wanted to return to the Serie A, but with recent confirmation that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich will sell the club that could mean a move for the player takes place sooner than anticipated.
The Italian outlet says that Jorginho will push for a move if the Blues are taken over by a new owner, and that would end a four-year spell with Chelsea after he arrived in west London from Napoli in 2018 in a £50 million deal.
Jorginho has made 34 appearances for Thomas Tuchel's side this season, though he only has one more year remaining on his contract.
21.30 GMT: Stuttgart left-back Borna Sosa is reportedly keen on a move to the Premier League with Chelsea, Arsenal, and Tottenham on eyeing the Serbian youngster.
Sosa, 24, joined the Bundesliga side in 2018-19 season for a fee of around £5m but is "desparate for a move" to England.
Sosa confirmed his desire for a move in an interview with outlet Germanijak, adding that he was close to a winter transfer.
The ex-Dinamo Zagreb player added that Stuttgart "decided not to let me go, but I received a promise that they would let me go if a satisfactory offer came in the summer."
20.10 GMT: Napoli's Fabian Ruiz is interested in a move to either PSG or Real Madrid and has rejected an offer to join Arsenal.
According to Teleclub Italia's Raffaele Auriemma (via Area Napoli), the Spanish midfielder is holding out for a more attractive bid than that of the Gunners.
Ruiz, 25, has one more year on this contract and is looking to leave Serie A for a new opportunity. Arsenal have reportedly met with Ruiz's representatives over a move to London, but talks have stalled.
Ruiz has also been previously linked to Manchester United and Newcastle.
19.15 GMT: Gabriel Martinelli said he hopes to stay at Arsenal "for life" with the objective of winning titles at the Emirates.
Martinelli joined the Gunners in 2019 from Brazilian side Itauno, with nine goals in 44 league appearances so far.
Speaking to ESPN Brasil, Martinell said: "We want more, obviously Arsenal is a big club. If I can, I'll stay here for life. I want to win things, get titles, with my teammates.
"We have a young group, we have a lot of time ahead of us, players with a lot of quality ... the Champions League is a big focus of ours."
The 20-year-old is under contract at Arsenal through 2024, with a club option for another season.
18.15 GMT: Real Madrid have signed 16-year-old Enrique Herrero from Eintracht Frankfurt, Diario AS reports, after the forward posted a photo on social media at the club's Valdebebas training ground.
"Happy to form a part of this great club," Herrero wrote on Instagram on Friday.
Herrero starred for Villarreal at youth level before leaving last summer, when he was courted by Madrid and Barcelona before opting for Frankfurt.
According to AS, he has now chosen to return to Spain, and will feature for Madrid's under 19 side once FIFA gives the move international clearance.
17.15 GMT: Georginio Wijnaldum has been linked with an exit from Paris Saint-Germain for months, and after overnight reports linking him with Aston Villa the latest club to show an interest are Atletico Madrid.
Mundo Deportivo says that Atletico are ready to offer the 31-year-old a route out of the Parc des Princes, with just 13 Ligue 1 starts to his name since joining on a free from Liverpool last summer.
The Netherlands international was expected to go to LaLiga when he left Anfield, but a late change of heart saw him move to PSG. Atletico will need to find around €20m to sign him ahead of transfer rivals.
16.32 GMT: Gazzetta dello Sport is reporting that Juventus are preparing a huge contract offer to bring Paul Pogba back to the club.
Pogba, 28, sees his Manchester United contract expire in the summer, when he is expected to leave the club on a free transfer. Juve have always been at the head of the queue to re-sign the France international, who left Turin for United six years ago.
The report states that Juve have asked Pogba's representatives to let them know if any other suitor makes an offer while they prepare a package. Clubs have been able to hold talks with Pogba over a pre-contract agreement since Jan. 1.
A base salary of €7.5m net per season would give him parity with January signing Dusan Vlahovic, with incentives able to increase his wage up to €10m per season across a three-year contract.
However, Pogba is happy to take his time and see what other offers are on the table.
15.38 GMT: Barcelona coach Xavi Hernandez refused to deny that he met with Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland in Germany earlier this week.
Haaland, 21, is expected to leave Dortmund in the summer and ESPN has reported that Barca, along with Real Madrid and Manchester City, are interested in signing him.
Reports in the Spanish media on Tuesday claimed that Xavi, along with Jordi Cruyff, who is working as a sporting advisor at Barca, met with Haaland in Munich, where he has been receiving treatment on an injury.
"I can't give details, I can just say that we're working on the future," the Barca boss said in a news conference on Saturday when asked about meeting Haaland. "I understand the interest and am aware that everyone wants to know about these things, but we have to be focused on the present, on the Elche game [on Sunday]."
14.50 GMT: Alejandro Moreno details the importance of the signing of Atletico Madrid's Hector Herrera is for the Houston Dynamo and the rest of MLS.
Torre is viewed as a potential future star but will initially feature for the club's reserve team Barcelona B beginning this summer, before challenging for a first-team place in the medium term.
Barcelona stated the transfer fee was €5m with the amount potentially reaching €20m based on variables.
The 18-year-old attacking midfielder has signed a contract through to the summer of 2026, with a release clause of €100m.
13.15 GMT: Marseille president Pablo Longoria has told La Provence that he hopes to agree a deal to keep William Saliba at the club.
Saliba, 20, joined Marseille on loan from Arsenal last summer and has been hugely impressive in a side that sits second in Ligue 1.
The central defender has been on the books of Arsenal since the summer of 2019 but has not played a single first-team game, instead being loaned out to St Etienne, Nice and now Marseille.
Longoria hopes he can find agreement with the Gunners, though the player himself says he will only consider the move if the club qualify for next season's Champions League. Marseille are locked in a battle with Nice, Rennes and Strasbourg for the two places behind Paris Saint-Germain -- with Lyon and Lens a little further back.
"It's a three-way question. For the player's club, Arsenal, the player and OM," Longoria said. "We have to see our possibilities. He is very good here, we are very satisfied with his performance. William is one of the best young defenders I've seen in my career.
"After all, everything depends on the three parties. It's a matter of market value. But we have extraordinary relations with Arsenal."
12.36 GMT: Sergi Roberto is looking increasingly likely to leave Barcelona when his contract expires in the summer, according to various reports in Spain.
The journalist Gerard Romero has reported on his Twitch channel that negotiations to renew the midfielder's deal are non-existent and that "save any late twists" he is expected to be looking for a new club come the end of the season.
Roberto, 30, has previously expressed a desire to play in Major League Soccer but Mundo Deportivo says he would prefer a transfer to another European club, claiming Premier League interest, before making a switch to the United States.
Coach Xavi Hernandez has said he would like Roberto to stay, but the emergence of Gavi and Nico Gonzalez -- plus the possible signing of Franck Kessie, as reported by ESPN earlier this week -- has seen him fall down the midfield pecking order.
Roberto has not played for Barca since October after undergoing surgery on a thigh injury. In total, he's made over 300 appearances for the club since being handed his debut by Pep Guardiola in 2010.
11.52 GMT: Juventus are leading the chase to sign Renato Sanches this summer, according to Tuttosport,
Sanches, 24, is set to leave Lille at the end of the season and Juve face competition from AC Milan and clubs in the Premier League.
The forward, who won the Golden Boy award in 2016, will leave Lille even if the club make an unlikely late bid for a place in next season's Champions League. He only has one year remaining on his contract and the club will need to receive a transfer fee.
He helped Lille win a shock Ligue 1 title last season ahead of Paris Saint-Germain.
11.06 GMT: Fabrizio Romano reports that Andreas Christensen will turn down interest from other English clubs and move abroad when his Chelsea contract expires in the summer.
Christensen, 25, has been in talks with both Barcelona and Bayern Munich -- though the proposal from the LaLiga club is more lucrative and he is close to agreeing a deal.
The defender wants to show respect for Chelsea by not playing for another Premier League team.
Andreas Christensen has turned down proposals from English clubs to be respectful with Chelsea. He's now really close to join Barcelona as free agent, contract proposal's better than Bayern one. 🇩🇰 #FCB— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) March 5, 2022
Final details missing - new meeting expected next week to complete the deal. pic.twitter.com/U7ocK5Q2xK
10.21 GMT: AS reports that Barcelona have not yet made a decision on the future of Adama Traore, who is on loan at Camp Nou from Wolves.
Traore, 26, has been a huge success back at the club after returning on loan in the January window. However, the report says the club have to think long and hard about the €30m agreement to sign Traore permanently, and how that outlay could affect other potential summer deals.
The could be a solution in the future of Francisco Trincao, who is on a season-long loan at Wolves from Barca and has a clause for the same transfer value. But it is not certain the Premier League club will want to keep the 22-year-old forward.
09.30 GMT: Real Madrid will move to speak to Borussia Dortmund about Erling Haaland's situation in the coming days, sources have told ESPN.
The club chose some time ago to focus their efforts on landing Kylian Mbappe this summer, believing Manchester City lead the race to sign Haaland. However, Madrid are not ruling out the possibility of trying to bring in both superstar forwards.
Sources close to Barcelona have told ESPN that the Norway forward is a priority for president Joan Laporta, but there are doubts at the Bernabeu as to whether Barca could afford a deal that, with transfer fee, commission and salary, could rise to over €350 million ($373m).
There is a feeling in both Spain and Germany that City are best positioned to sign Haaland. The Premier League club have been working on his signing since last August and could offer superior terms to those from his LaLiga suitors.
- Borussia Dortmund are considering making a move for Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele, reveals Pedro Almeida. The Bundesliga side are keeping a close eye on the 24-year-old winger's contract situation, with still no resolution over his deal at the Camp Nou. Dembele is reported to be keen on returning to Dortmund, the club he left to join Barcelona in 2017. The striker is out of contract in the summer.
- There's been plenty of interest in Georginio Wijnaldum in recent months, and the latest reports suggest that Paris Saint-Germain could be prepared to let him leave. Sport writes that the Ligue 1 club is looking for a fee in the range of £21m for the 31-year-old midfielder, with Aston Villa one of the clubs interested.
- Juventus are closing in on resolving two contract situations, according to Tuttosport. The Serie A club are struggling to reach an agreement with Paulo Dybala, but there is more promise in talks involving Juan Cuadrado and Mattia De Sciglio. The report suggests that both full-backs could sign new terms soon at the Allianz Stadium, with Allegri keen to keep them as part of his squad.
- Uncertainty over the future of Xavi Simons could be coming to an end, with PSG prepared to offer a long-term contract with improved terms, reveals Fabrizio Romano. The 18-year-old midfielder was on the radar of Barcelona earlier on in the season as contract talks stumbled, but PSG have now made their intentions clear with hopes of keeping him at the Parc des Princes.