Man United may be 12 points behind Arsenal in the Premier League, but they are hoping to beat the Gunners to one of Dortmund's midfielders.
The German club's CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has admitted he may be forced to sell Ilkay Gundogan to Man United or Arsenal if either club is willing to match his £25m valuation (Daily Star)
Gundogan scores in the Champions League final
Despite Liverpool insisting Luis Suarez will not leave the club in January, Chelsea will tempt their resolve with a huge £65m offer (Caught Offside)
Radamel Falcao will only be sold if anyone is willing to pay Monaco £80m for his services in January, according to reports in France (Le10Sport)
Everton boss Roberto Martinez is lining up an agreement with former Celtic winger Aiden McGeady, who is out of contract at Spartak Moscow in the summer (Express)
And finally, a trio of Premier League clubs will be frustrated in their efforts to land Xherdan Shaqiri on loan because of Arjen Robben's six week injury lay-off at Bayern Munich (Sports Direct News)