VALENCIA, SPAIN - DECEMBER 12: Paul Pogba of Manchester United  during the UEFA Champions League  match between Valencia v Manchester United at the Estadio de Mestalla on December 12, 2018 in Valencia Spain (Photo by Jeroen Meuwsen/Soccrates/Getty Images)

Premier League Transfer Rumours: Pogba, Cahill, Wilson, Oxford & More

With the January transfer window on the horizon, each passing day sees a fresh set of stories grace the back pages - with the future's of Premier League sides up and down the country being discussed.


This weekend was no different, with rumours being thrown about left, right and centre,


Here are some of the latest Premier League transfer rumours from the weekend.

6. Tottenham May be Preparing for Another Quiet Transfer Window

Mauricio Pochettino has hinted that Tottenham may not be making any new signings during the January transfer window.


“Would I be disappointed if we didn’t sign anyone? No, not disappointed,” he said, as quoted by The Independent.


“I know very well that January is always difficult. In the same way, if you find some player, look what happened to different players that arrive in January. Last season it takes time to understand and to perform, to fit with the team. Sometimes it's better not to sign if you don't find the right player."


Tottenham hit the headlines after failing to make a single signing during the summer transfer window, instead focusing their attention on holding on to their current crop of first team stars.

5. Arsenal Linked to Boca Juniors Star

The Sun are reporting that Unai Emery is a huge fan of Boca Juniors star Cristian Pavon, and the Arsenal manager may look to bolster his current front line with the acquisition of the Argentinean winger in January.


However, Boca are not willing to let Pavon go without a fight and it is being claimed that the 22-year-old has been valued at £40m. 


Pavon's agents are said to have already been in contact with a host of teams across Europe, including Fulham - although the Cottager's inquiry fell well short of Boca's valuation. 

4. A Premier League Switch Could Be on the Cards for Reece Oxford

Reece Oxford's West Ham career looks to be drawing to an end and a potential Premier League suitor for the 20-year-old has arrived in the shape of Everton.


According to the Daily Mail, the Toffees have joined the race to snap up Oxford after he has failed to break into the first team setup at the London Stadium.


Oxford is said to be only looking for a permanent move away from the Hammers, which could work in Everton's favour as he would qualify as a home-grown player.

3. Callum Wilson Emerges as a Target for Chelsea

With both Alvaro Morata and Olvier Giroud failing to impress so far this season, Maurizio Sarri is looking to secure the signing of Bournemouth's Callum Wilson.


After scoring eight goals so far this season, Wilson's value has sky rocketed and The Express are claiming that Chelsea would be willing to pay up to £30m for the 26-year-old's services.


However, Eddie Howe has insisted that the Cherries won't be looking to sell in January, saying: "Callum is focusing on his football and we are not anticipating losing any players in January we don’t want to," 

2. Fulham Look to Solve Defensive Woes With Acquisition of Gary Cahill

Fulham's defensive woes have been well documented this season, having conceded 42 goals from their opening 17 matches.


Claudio Ranieri is yet to solve the Cottager's current issues at the back, but he will be looking for an immediate resolution in January. Sky Sports are claiming that Fulham see Gary Cahill's experience as a potentially vital addition to their survival bid.


Chelsea will allow Cahill to leave next month after he has barely featured for the Blues so far this season but, if he does join Fulham, it is unclear as to whether it would be on a loan or permanent basis.

1. Man Utd Are Prepared to Listen to Offers for Paul Pogba

Paul Pogba's 2018/19 season has been far from straightforward and The Mirror are now claiming that Manchester United's chiefs are prepared to offload the Frenchman next month.


Regardless of whether Jose Mourinho carries on as United's manager, the Red Devils are said to be prepared to cash in on Pogba sooner rather than later.


The report goes on to suggest that United will be willing to listen to all types of offers, including potential loan deals - as long as there is an option for that loan to eventually become permanent.


If Pogba were to leave, his former side Juventus have been touted as one potential destination for the 25-year-old.