Transfer Rumours 26/01: Premier League duo want Thomas Muller, Chelsea an option for Ousmane Dembele

Muller's current Bayern contract expires in 2023
Muller's current Bayern contract expires in 2023 / Markus Gilliar/GettyImages

The January transfer window is nearing it's end and rumours continue to grow as clubs monitor their mid-season and the upcoming summer window's targets.

Some big names could be on the move in the coming few months, and we're here to keep you posted on the latest transfer rumours.

With that, here are the top transfer rumours of the day.

Chelsea an option for Ousmane Dembele in January transfer window

Mirror [via SPORT] claim Chelsea are contemplating a move for Ousmane Dembele in January. Dembele's current contract with Barca expires in the summer, and has been linked with an exit. The latest coming from English media suggests Chelsea have emerged as an option for Frenchman,

Liverpool in talks with Paulo Dybala camp over free transfer

SportItalia [via Metro] claim Liverpool have made contact with Paulo Dybala's representative about the prospect of signing the Argentine star on a free transfer in the summer.

Dybala's current contract with Juventus expires in the summer, and, although talks have held between the Italian club and the Argentine's camp, both are yet to reach an agreement over extending his contract.

Newcastle United and Everton want Thomas Muller

Christian Falk report that both Everton and Newcastle United want to sign Thomas Muller, who has a contract with Bayern Munich till 2023.

Muller, 32, remains one of Bayern's most important players and one of the best in his position in the world.

Meanwhile, Newcastle and Everton languish at 18th and 16th in the Premier League and are fighting to avoid relegation from the English top-flight.

Real Madrid put brakes on potential January exit for Jovic

Marca report Real Madrid has put brakes on a potential January exit for striker Luka Jovic after Karim Benzema picked up a hamstring injury last week. The La Liga side do not want to be left with only Mariano Diaz as an option up front should Benzema be forced into an extended spell on the sidelines, and hence are not prepared to let the Serbian striker leave the club in January.