ESPNsoccernet's On the Move transfer blog is where you will find a hearty round-up of all the rumours and signings during the January transfer window. Get your teeth into the below to find out which player(s) your side are being linked with today.
Saturday sees a fixture at Anfield take precedence over tittle tattle. © Getty Images
00.00 GMT: It's been an unsurprisingly slow Saturday evening again, but with just three days to go, maybe we can expect some more action tomorrow. That's all we've got time for for now but goin us again on Sunday morning.
23.23 GMT: The Daily Telegraph says that Spurs are preparing to go head-to-head with PSG for the signature of Brazil striker Leandro Damiao.
22.51 GMT: QPR are rumoured to be plotting a swoop for Fulham veteran Danny Murphy.
22.08 GMT The Guardian reports that Liverpool may be planning an audacious bid for Carlos Tevez, offering Andy Carroll as part of a swap deal for the wantaway Argentina international. Great story. but surely not?!
21.35 GMT: Wolves forward Sam Vokes is set to sign for Brighton after being present in the directors' box to watch the Seagulls' FA Cup victory over Newcastle.
21.16 GMT: Portuguese dail A Bola is suggesting that Real Madrid may be planning a shock swoop for David Luiz, with Pepe being offered as bait to Chelsea.
20.43 GMT: Beppe Marotta again talking about Juve's transfer activity, although this time outgoing: “Luca Toni’s move to Al Nasr is not yet official, but we believe it will be completed tomorrow."
20.24 GMT: Everton have been linked with a £5 million move for out-of-favour Ajax striker Mounir El Hamdaoui.
19.56 GMT: Juventus general manager Giuseppe Marotta says the Turin club are looking to sign Cagliari midfielder Radja Nainggolan: "Nainggolan is a player that interests us. I have talked with [Cagliari president] Massimo Cellino but there is no real negotiation.
"We are trying to bring him to Turin as early as January, but there are many things to evaluate and first of all we must find out if Cagliari are willing to sell him.
19.31 GMT Kia Joorabchian has moved quickly to quash the Carlos Tevez-to-West Ham rumour: “He is a West Ham fanatic. That is one club that is very close to his heart but I think that would not be possible."
19.04 GMT: The agent of Milos Krasic has said that the Juventus midfielder favours a move to England, suggesting that Lazio are not a big enough club for him: “There is no news to report. Milos wants a change of team, but will only move to a top club, preferably in England. With all due respect for Lazio, they are not a side in Milos’ thoughts.”
18.42 GMT: Romanian side CFR Cluj have signed French midfielder Nicolas Godemèche on an 18-month deal.
18.25 GMT: Inverness have accepted an offer from Swindon for midfielder Lee Cox.Caley manager Terry Butcher said: "It looks like Lee Cox will leave on Monday. We have agreed a fee with Swindon. It's up to Swindon now.''
18.08 GMT: Diego Maradona has been criticising the transfer policy of his chairman at Al-Wasl: “The management did not make enough reinforcements to the squad, I was promised six new players but only two came. Like we say in Argentina, we would like to bring out all meat from the fridge to serve it, but we were not able to."
17.51 GMT: Felix Bastians has joined Hertha Berlin from Freiburg on a four and-a-half year deal. Hertha's manager Michael Preetz said: "We have agreed on an immediate switch. Felix Bastians will join our club immediately. It is the best solution for everyone involved.
We are happy to add another quality left-back to the squad."
17.32 GMT: Harry Redknapp claims he is not planning any late January swoops: "I can't see an awful lot". Not sure if we believe him.
17.14 GMT: Rumour time: Supposedly, the medium of Twitter and Jeff Stelling say that C****s T***Z will sign on loan for West Ham.
17.03 GMT: Werder Bremen are set to complete a deal to bring promising Austria Vienna playmaker Zlatko Junuzovic to the Weserstadion, say Soccerway.
15.00 GMT: Diouf story here to compound a day of misery for Manchester United. Story.
14.02 GMT: DONE DEAL: Hanover 96 have signed Manchester United forward Mame Biram Diouf on a contract until 2014, the club said on Saturday.
13.42 GMT: "Roman Bednar has this afternoon ended his four-and-a-half year spell at Albion by joining Blackpool on a free transfer," confirms West Brom's official website.
12.43 GMT: Wolves are interested in taking Leon Best on loan until the end of the season - while Alan Smith looks to be already heading for the St James’ Park exit door, says The Chronicle.
12.40 GMT: WBA boss Roy Hodgson has ended his interest in Fulham defender Chris Baird, who he worked with at the Cottage.
12.36 GMT: Ganso could be taking the usual route of Brazilian players into Portugal first. The Santos playmaker may be on his way to Porto, even after an offer described as 'comical' by his current club president was turned down. However, agent Diogo Kotscho has suggested that the move may be back on. "Porto are a great showcase because they play in a lot of competitions. Besides that, the language make it easier for a young player like him to settle," Kotscho tells O Globo.
12.09 GMT: Liverpool have money to spend in the transfer window but may stick with the squad they have, MD Ian Ayre tells Sky Sports News. "Money is not an issue," Ayre told Sky Sports News. "If we need somebody and there's a player I think our owners have shown the level of commitment you would expect from a good ownership group that the manager will get supported whatever he needs.But that's not the same as saying we will just go spend money because we have got it or just because we can."
11.20 GMT: Rangers manager Ally McCoist is hoping to beat the transfer deadline and secure the services of Polish striker Pawel Brozek. The Ibrox boss is keen for Brozek to join the Scottish champions on loan from Turkish club Trabzonspor.
11.07 GMT: Alex Bruce of Leeds United could be heading to LA Galaxy to play with Beckham, Keane and Donovan. His dad, Steve, was once a colleague of Becks at Manchester United. Leeds manager Simon Grayson tells the Yorkshire Evening Post that the move might be happening.
11.05 GMT: Silkmen latest: Rotherham United right winger Marcus Marshall has joined Macclesfield Town on a month’s loan.
10.10 GMT: Our friends at insidefutbol.com have an inside line on the future of Eden Hazard, one of Europe's most covered players. PSG and the lure of Carlo Ancelotti's eyebrow have Hazard making eyes. "Of course, PSG is a great club, and a personality like Ancelotti, he makes you want to play there," said Hazard.
10.09 GMT: Bolton boss Owen Coyle has made a £5 million bid for Crystal Palace’s brilliant young attacker Wilfried Zaha, say the Daily Mirror. Bolton need fresh blood, and Palace need dough. Could be a goer.
10.06 GMT: Plenty of talk about Edison Cavani and Liverpool, and though many have a late move for the Napoli man happening, we'd suggest that he won't move until the summer to link up with Luis Suarez. Napoli have Chelsea to come in the Champions League, after all.
10.03 GMT: QPR to sign Djibril Cisse, say The Guardian. The former Liverpool man, who never lived up to that early promise, is at Lazio but seeking a loan.
09.30 GMT: With even C****s T***z resigned to not moving clubs, a damp squib approaches and January 2012 may even be remembered for being about football. Tuesday night will see a raft of Premier League action to further dampen the frenzy. Let's see if we can find some developments.