Despite the January transfer window being closed, that hasn`t stopped the speculation surrounding players` futures.
Our friends at have scoured the continental press to bring you the latest transfer talk and big stories.
Arthur won`t be allowed to leave his current side Gremio until December at the earliest. (Sport)
Cristiano Ronaldo`s attitude after being substituted in Real Madrid`s 2-2 draw at Levante has upset several of his team-mates who felt his actions showed a lack of respect towards them. (Sport)
Clarence Seedorf is set to replace the sacked Cristobal Parralo as Deportivo La Coruna manager, with the La Liga strugglers currently sitting in 18th. The Dutchman is the third-choice candidate, with moves for Martin Lasarte and Diego Alonso collapsing. (AS)
Carlos Bacca says he wants to make his loan spell at Villarreal from AC Milan permanent. I hope the clubs reach an agreement soon so everyone can be relaxed and happy. I want to stay because both me and my family like it here, he said. (Superdeporte)
RB Leipzig head coach Ralph Hasenhuttl says Ademola Lookman could have been taken off before his debut goal for his new side. The Austrian said: He was lucky that he was still on the pitch for the goal. I really wanted to take him out because he`d just slipped again.
That was the same in practice on Friday. But he`d only brought one pair of boots from England and absolutely refused to take them off. After the game, the Everton loanee bought some boots locally, with longer studs. (Bild)
Inter have agreed terms with Racing Club striker Lautaro Martinez and are close to sealing a €23m (£20.2m) deal to see him join them in the summer. The 20-year-old has been subject of Atletico Madrid and , but has agreed terms with the Italian side on a three-year contract, with the option of a fourth. (Sportitalia)
Roma right-back Bruno Peres escaped unharmed from a car crash shortly after 5am local time this morning in the Italian capital. A passenger in his Lamborghini was also unhurt. (Corriere dello Sport)
Tyronne Ebuehi decided to stay at ADO Den Haag in the January transfer window to maximise his game time to get into the Nigeria squad ahead of the World Cup this summer. He is still expected to join the Portuguese giants when the season is over though. (O Jogo)