Transfer Rumours 29/01: PSG make Pogba top target, Diaz agrees personal terms with Liverpool

PSG have reportedly made Pogba their top target
PSG have reportedly made Pogba their top target / Jonathan Moscrop/GettyImages

The January transfer window is nearing its 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.

PSG make Pogba top target

Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly made Paul Pogba their top target for the summer, according to L'Equipe.
The Manchester United star is out of contract at the end of the current campaign and has been linked with a move away from Old Trafford for a while, with Juventus, Real Madrid, and PSG interested in the Frenchman. However, PSG, who could lose Kylian Mbappe as a free agent, have identified Pogba as a replacement for the 23-year-old.

Diaz agrees personal terms with Liverpool

Luis Diaz has reportedly agreed personal terms with Liverpool, according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.
He claims that the Reds and Porto are preparing paperwork to finalise the transfer and the player has agreed to sign for Jurgen Klopp's side immediately on a five-year deal.

Spurs chasing Juve star

Tottenham are reportedly working on a deal to sign Juventus star Dejan Kulusevski, according to The Athletic.
The report claims Spurs are looking to bring in the forward either on a loan with an option or an obligation to buy. Kulusevski has made 20 appearances for Juve this season and is contracted to the Serie A giants until 2025.

Rooney turns down Everton talks

Wayne Rooney has turned down the chance to become Everton's next manager, insisting he wants to stay on at Derby County and help them fight relegation.
Rooney was asked if he had to think 'long and hard' about the decision. "I had to, yes," he said. "They got in touch with my agent, he let the administrators know. It was a difficult decision but that is where we are at."