It is only a few days before the January transfer window is closed.
Despair is growing and phone calls are getting more and more frantic from Premier League bosses, club directors, agents and players.
We reviewed the latest transfer news and gossip from the division.
Man Utd to chase Koulibaly in summer
Manchester United is unlikely to secure any hiring in the January transfer window and, instead, concentrate all its efforts on bringing a defender in the summer.
According to the Evening Standard, Napoli central defender Kalidou Koulibaly is the No.1 transfer target for the end of the year.
The 27-year-old has made 18 Serie A appearances this season and his form has attracted a lot of attention from all over Europe.
The Red Devils made an incredible transformation under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, winning all nine games since the Norwegian was appointed acting head.
But with just three clean chips from all nine games, Solskjaer will have to secure his defense if he can keep his job.
Liverpool rejects reports of £ 17m settlement to sign Omur
Liverpool have rejected Turkish reports that it has struck a £ 17m deal to hire Trabzonspor's Abdulkadir Omur, according to Liverpool Echo.
It had been alleged that the Reds had "shaken hands" in an agreement that would make the 19-year-old "Turkish Messi" move to Anfield in the summer.
The report even said that Trabzonspor asked Liverpool to keep the announcement of the agreement a secret, as they do not want the news to bother the club's fans.
But Echo says the Reds have said there have been no discussions about a change for the teenager, and that Omur is not on Liverpool's list of transfer targets for the summer.
Lazar Markovic could leave Liverpool this month
Lazar Markovic, Liverpool player, may leave Anfield in January with several clubs interested in his signature.
The £ 20 million flop is out of contract at the end of the season and the Reds want to recoup part of the fee paid to hire him.
Besiktas have been linked to a move to the striker but, according to Liverpool Echo, they have yet to take an approach.
Rodriguez wants to leave Bayern
Arsenal striker James Rodriguez is expected to leave Bayern Munich – but not until the end of the season.
The Colombian ace is in second season of loan uninspired at the Allianz Arena and is strongly linked to the move to Arsenal in January this year.
Reports suggested that the Gunners could try to face Rodriguez for the remainder of the season by paying the remainder of the loan fee due to parent club Real Madrid.
According to Marca, a January play is unlikely, but Rodriguez made it clear he wants to leave Bayern at the end of the season.
Bournemouth interested in Drinkwater
Bournemouth is interested in a loan deal for Chelsea man Danny Drinkwater.
The former Leicester City midfielder never settled in Stamford Bridge and the Daily Mail said Cherries could offer him a lifeline in the Premier League.
He has also been attracting interest from Fenerbahçe, who has just secured a loan to Blues teammate Victor Moses.
Gueye asks to leave Everton
Everton midfielder Idrissa Gueye has asked to leave Everton, according to Sky Sports News.
The Senegalese international has been the target of a 21.5 million pound offer from Paris Saint-Germain, which was rejected by the Toffees.
But now he begs them not to deny him the chance to join one of Europe's top clubs as they try to make a deal before the January transfer window is closed.
Gueye did not even send a request for an official transfer, but it is understood that he made his feelings clear in a letter to the club officials.
Everton is now preparing for an improved offer from the Ligue 1 giants as they try to hold onto their man.
Man City agrees rate of £ 11m & # 39; to sell Matondo
Rabbi Matondo looks set to become the newest British footballer to join the Bundesliga after Manchester City has agreed to an £ 11m deal to sell it to Schalke this month.
Matondo, 18, won his first Wales national team berth with a friendly 1-0 loss to Albania in November and his contract at City will be exhausted by the end of next season.
This has created a stir among several clubs in Europe, but Schalke seems to have won the race for its signing, according to The Telegraph.
Borussia Monchengladbach, RB Leipzig and Hoffenheim are credited with interest in Matondo, with Milan also making a late attempt to hire him.
Rafa Benitez in shock admission on the future of Newcastle
Rafa Benitez refused to give up being the head of Newcastle.
And in an explosive series of responses, the United chief also declined to give reasons why Geordie fans should shell out a season ticket for next season.
The admission of the Spaniard will shake the club, and anger the owner Mike Ashley, that fans will renew the protests against in St James Park on Tuesday.
Read more here.
Unai Emery makes Arsenal transfer promise
Unai Emery has promised that Arsenal will go through the summer after insisting that not all their clubs have spent money like Paris-Saint Germain.
The Spaniard oversaw the French club, guaranteeing £ 365 million in the hiring of two players – Neymar and Kylian Mbappe – in the summer of 2017.
Advancing to January 2019 and the Gunners coach said that between "zero and two" loan deals will be completed before the winter window closes on Thursday.
Negotiations for Barcelona's Denis Suarez and Inter Milan's Ivan Perisic are proving difficult to end with European giants wanting permanent deals.
But before Cardiff's visit to tonight, Emery insisted January was not "a good time" to buy – and he's comfortable going from waste to thrift in the transfer market.
Read more here.
Sadio Mane never considered " Real Madrid's move
Sadio Mane says he has never considered trading Liverpool for Real Madrid, despite speculation about his future in the summer.
The Senegalese signed a new five-year contract with the Reds in November.
"Speculation is part of football," he told World Soccer magazine. "You just learn to live with it and not take it too seriously.
"All I can say is that my only concern is Liverpool. Mo, Bobby … it seemed like everyone was signing contracts and they were saying "Hey, Hey, when are you going to sign?" I said to each of them, "Do not worry, bro, I'll sign."
"And what did I do? I signed … so they're satisfied now!
"I'm very happy here and I think people are happy with me too, we want to write our names alongside the big names in the history of this club, I hope it's the beginning of something special."