The winter market can be a make or break opportunity for clubs at both end of the table, and this year looks as if it will be no different.
For Leeds United, the general impression appears to be that any new additions would be an added bonus for Marcelo Bielsa’s squad, rather than a necessity that will have a major bearing on their Premier League status come the end of the campaign.
Of course, that hasn't stopped the usual sources from dedicating their fair share of column inches to the Whites, and if the tabloids are to be believed, there remains a distinct possibility that a deal of some description could be struck in the coming weeks.
As always, we’ve gathered all of the latest speculation from across the Premier League. Click and scroll through the pages below to bring yourself right up to date with all of the most recent goings-on.
Sheffield United are interested in signing 21-year-old CSKA Moscow striker Adolfo Gaich. The Argentine joined the Russian club last summer for around £7.2 million, but could head out on loan this month. He has failed to score in 13 league appearances this term. (Metaratings)
Leeds United remain interested in Chilean midfielder Erick Pulgar, and have made contact with Fiorentina to determine whether a deal is doable before the end of the current transfer window. (Corriere dello Sport)
Northampton Town, Shrewsbury Town, and Cheltenham Town are all battling it out to land Brighton striker Danny Cashman on loan this month. (Football Insider)
Liverpool are considering making a move for Real Madrid centre-back Sergio Ramos. The veteran Spaniard will be available on a free transfer at the end of the season. (Daily Star)
Marcelo Bielsa is keeping tabs on Real Madrid forward Lucas Vazquez. The 29-year-old is struggling to come to an agreement on a new contract in the Spanish capital. (Defensa Central)
Fikayo Tomori is understood to be unhappy at Chelsea, and has demanded a January exit in search of more playing time. Both Leeds United and Newcastle United are said to be keen on signing the centre-back. (Mundo Deportivo)
Celtic are in talks with Leicester City to re-sign defender Filip Benkovic. The Croatian is still yet to make his Premier League debut for the Foxes, and previously spent a successful loan spell in Glasgow. (Sky Sports).
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has admitted that he is expecting a tough transfer window – even with the potential bonus of a cash injection from the Clarets’ new owners. He said: “Not many want to lose their players. It is always a tough window whether you have got money or not.” (Various)
Belgian side Antwerp are eyeing up a move for out of favour Aston Villa defender Bjorn Engels this month. The club want a loan with an option-to-buy clause attached. (Walfoot)