With Edwin van der Sar set to retire at the end of the season, Manchester United are in the hunt for a new first-choice stopper (sorry Anders Lindegaard!) and there have been plenty of names thrown into the hat, including the likes of David De Gea and Gianluigi Buffon. The latest player to be linked is Inter Milan custodian Julio Cesar, mainly because of recent comments he made, saying "England is sensational for football because of the atmosphere and fans' passion".
Julio Cesar has been praising English football© Getty Images
17.35: And that's all we've got time for folks, join us on Saturday for more updates on all the latest transfer gossip and done deals.
17.30: Birmingham have been busy this evening - David Bentley has joined the Blues on loan from Tottenham until the end of the season.
17.16: Valencia have reportedly made tentative enquiries about Getafe midfielder Derek Boateng.
16.51: Rangers have accepted an offer from Birmingham for prolific striker Kenny Miller, according to Sky Sports News.
16.33: Fulham are closing in on the Â£3.5 million signing of Steve Sidwell from Aston Villa. Cottagers boss Mark Hughes said: "We are just waiting for a little bit of documentation. He has passed his medical, no problems there."
16.08: Swiss side FC Sion have completed a deal for Club Africain's Malian striker Mohamed Traore, who joins the club on a four-and-a-half year deal.
15.51: Manchester City look set to seal the signing of Edin Dzeko, but reader Lenny believes that Roberto Mancini should be focusing on strengthening elsewhere.
Does anyone else believe that Man City over spend on players that arent worth their value?! Gareth Barry and James Milner, seriously!! Milner couldnt take on space 1 on 1 never mind a defender and Barry is way too soft to be a defensive midfielder and not creative enough to be an attacking mid!!
Get Adam Johnson on the field, sign another wide player - NOT Edin Dzeko!! Tevez and Adebayor or Balotelli or even Jo can handle the load up front!! A player like Pablo Aimar would be great for a year or two as the playmaker!! I have no problem with over spending, but get some real value for your money!!
15.33: Juventus have been hit by the news that top scorer Fabio Quagliarella will be out for the season with a knee ligament injury - but fear not Bianconeri fans, as the club have snapped up tall striker Luca Toni.
15.16: Tottenham Hotpsur have completed the transfer of Bongani Khumalo from South African side Supersport United on a four-and-a-half year deal. Full story here.
14.59: Perennial young hope Freddy Adu has moved on to the seventh club of his career, signing for German Second Division side Ingolstadt. The club's coach Benno Mohlmann said: "We know his history, we know he has not confirmed in recent years the potential he showed when he was 15-16 years old." American teenage prodigy Adu, who is now 21 - I know, it brought gasps of shock from ESPNsoccernet HQ too - has already played in the USA, Portugal, France and Greece.
14.45: Aston Villa manager Gerard Houllier has confirmed his interest in signing Manchester City full-back Wayne Bridge on loan. Houllier said: "There has been dialogue (regarding Bridge). It is true we have been talking to them.''
14.40: Sunderland boss Steve Bruce is hoping to bring Inter Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari and PSG's Benin international Stephane Sessegnon to the Stadium of Light on loan this month. Full story here.
14.27: L'Equiphttp://blogs.espncricinfo.com/MT/images/formatting-icons/link.gife reports that Benfica have signed 23-year-old Argentine Jose Luis Fernandez from Racing Club for €1.5 million. Benfica fans will be hoping he can replicate the success of compatriot Angel Di Maria, who starred in Portugal before moving to Real Madrid last summer.
14.08: As usual in On the Move, the Liverpool comments are flooding in - with the latest coming from Seth, who has launched an impassioned defence of Brazil midfielder Lucas. Well, I guess someone has to.
LUCAS- What defensive midfield problem? Lucas is irreplaceable in the side. He lifts morael in the camp while being a steady influence on the field and a consistent performer. Central Midfield is the one place that Liverpool has plenty of depth (Gerrard, Lucas, Meireles, Shelvey, Spearing, and Cole if necessary) and is the last position that needs strengthening.
13. 46: Birmingham are confident of sealing a deal for Spurs striker Robbie Keane in "the next few days".
13.23: West Brom left-back Nicky Shorey has urged the club to complete the signing of his former Aston Villa team-mate John Carew, who is reportedly on the brink of a move to the Hawthorns.
13.11: Galatasary seem to be mentioned umpteen times a day in this blog and today is no different - though they have actually signed someone. Argentinean midfielder Juan Culio has moved to Turkey for €2 million from Romanian side CFR Cluj.
12.48: Blackburn boss Steve Kean says he is still optimistic on the club's chances of signing Ronaldinho, though he may be the only person who is! Kean told the Mirror: "No it's not over, as far as I'm aware that hasn't happened, It seems to have gone back on, and gone a little bit more positive in the last 24 hours rather than negative which is encouraging.
12.20: Genoa are willing to let Giuseppe Sculli leave for Roma this month, but only if they get Matteo Brighi in return, according to Football Italia.
11.58: CONFIRMED: Highly-rated young Tottenham striker John Obika has signed for Peterborough on loan until the end of the season.
11.34: Tottenham are expecting a deal to be done for LA Galaxy star David Beckham before this Sunday.
11.21: gerard Houllier is reportedly interested in bringing Borussia Dortmund No.1 Roman Weidenfeller to Aston Villa. The 30-year-old is available on a free transfer in the summer, but quite why he would want to swap the Bundesliga leaders for relegation-threatened Villa is anyone's guess.
11.08: CONFIRMED: Former Manchester United reserve team captain James Chester has joined Championship side Hull City for an undisclosed fee.
10.48: Edin Dzeko has passed a medical at Manchester City but has yet to officially sign. But the Bosnian striker looks certain to move to Eastlands and he says that he can guide Roberto Mancini's side into the Champions League.
10.26: Be sure to keep leaving us your comments and any rumours you may have heard through the grapevine. That's what eddie has done, suggesting that Liverpool need a more capable defensive midfielder than Lucas or Christian Poulsen:
I think Liverpool should go for Ghana defensive midfielder Antony Annan, who plays just like Makelele. He is also one of the best defensive midfielders in Noway and had a wonderfull World Cup, he will be able to solve the Reds' defensive midfield problem.
10.19: Fiorentina are ready to get rid of Adrian Mutu after he walked out on training , but while Cesena had previously been touted as a likely destination, Galatasary have now emerged as leading contenders for the troubled striker's signature.
10.08: We reported yesterday that Wigan had made enquiries about a loan move for Hamburg starlet Eljero Elia. Well I'm sorry Latics fans, but the Netherland international appears to have his sights set a little higher. Elia said: "Clubs such as Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester United really are something special." And Wigan, Eljero, and Wigan.
09.42: Manuel Almunia's Arsenal career could be nearing an end, with Atletico Madrid, Malaga and Galatasaray all poised to offer the out-of-favour Spaniard and Emirates exit.
09.29: Cameroon midfielder Jean Makoun appears to be on his way out of Lyon, with Turkish giants Fenerbahce and Premier League strugglers Aston Villa hoping to secure his services.
09.18: Arsenal are favourites to land Lille's highly-rated Belgian winger Eden Hazard, though it's likely the Gunners would have to fork out Â£15 million for the 19-year-old, who has also been a target for Manchester United and Real Madrid.
09.00: Our transfer news hound Harry Harris has been sniffing around Upton Park and a reliable source has informed him that West Ham have upped their bid for Hoffenheim striker Demba Ba to Â£7 million.
08.48: Bolton have their sights set on Middlesbrough defender David Wheater, as they brace themselves for Gary Cahill's exit to either Liverpool or Chelsea, according to the Mail.
08.44: The Mirror is reporting that Birmingham midfielder Seb Larsson is on his way to Newcastle in a Â£1.5 million move. The Swede has just six months left on his contract and Alex McLeish is keen to cash in if he can't tie him down to a new deal.
08.34: Firstly, a scout round the English press. The red-tops are usually pretty good value for transfer gossip.
The Sun: Arsenal are considering swooping for Porto's Colombian striker Falcao, who has scored 18 goals in 24 games this season; Manchester United are tracking Inter Milan goalkeeper Julio Cesar, who is believed to be interested in a move to the Premier League after he said: "England is sensational for football because of the atmosphere and fans' passion."
The Mirror: Man City are holding on to Roque Santa Cruz, at least until Blackburn will agree to turn a potential loan move into a permanent deal at the end of the season; Birmingham are steping up their interest in Blackpool talisman Charlie Adam, though Blackburn are waiting in the wings; Aston Villa look set to land Wayne Bridge from Man City, while Villa midfielder Steve Sidwell now appears to be on his way to Fulham.
08.20 GMT: Hello everyone and welcome to another day of transfer gossip, rumours and hopefully some actual deals if we are lucky. Edin Dzeko is expected to be confirmed as a Manchester City player today, while Robbie Keane could sign for Birmingham. You can bet your bottom dollar that West Ham will be linked with someone too!