With two days left in the transfer window, David Amoyal sorts through the speculation and rates how likely the rumoured moves are to take place.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to Arsenal: 50 percent
The Gunners haven't given up on signing the Gabon striker, but Borussia Dortmund continue to hold out for a better offer. The German club's sporting director Michael Zorc, who is known for being blunt and forthcoming, recently stated that while he's open to completing the deal, all of his conditions would have to be met and that Arsenal had yet to do so. While Arsenal continue to negotiate with Dortmund, they have at least reportedly already agreed personal terms with Aubameyang.
Edin Dzeko to Chelsea: 30 percent
Just a few days ago there was a lot of momentum for the Bosnia and Herzegovina striker's move to Stamford Bridge, but a recent injury to his highly rated backup Patrik Schick has stalled the transfer. Roma need to assess Schick's recuperation time as well as decide if they want to further pursue Daniel Sturridge or accept Michy Batshauayi in the deal to help replace Dzeko. Chelsea will continue to monitor the situation until the window closes while also pursuing alternatives.
Olivier Giroud to Chelsea: 15 percent
The Blues had already contacted the France striker's entourage prior to Schick's injury as a way to hedge their pursuit of Dzeko. At the time Chelsea were interested in acquiring him on loan and it remains to be seen if further difficulties in the Dzeko negotiation will encourage Chelsea to change their stance. Giroud could also still be included in the potential deal to bring Aubameyang to Arsenal.
Graziano Pelle to West Ham: 25 percent
The former Southampton striker could be on his way back to the Premier League, assuming he's willing to take a substantial pay cut. The Hammers are looking for a striker after Andy Carroll's recent injury, and while they have contacted Pelle's agent to gauge his interest they won't be able to come close to matching his wages at Shandong Luneng, where he's one of the highest-paid players in the world.
Marc Bartra to Betis: 60 percent
The former Barcelona defender could be heading back to La Liga before the window closes. Betis' manager Quique Setin is looking for a defender who can bring the ball out of the back, and with Borussia Dortmund's recent acquisition of Manuel Akanji from FC Basel, Bartra is available. The deal is gaining momentum after recent contact between the clubs during the weekend.
Yannick Ferreira Carrasco to Juventus: 15 percent
A week ago the defending Serie A champions felt good enough about their depth in the winger position that they decided to loan Marko Pjaca to Schalke. But the recent injury to Juan Cuadrado has changed their perspective. In fact, Juventus contacted Atletico Madrid about Carrasco, but the player's valuation may be a major stumbling block. The Colchoneros turned down an offer of €60m from Barcelona last summer, and because the Belgium international is now cup-tied in the Champions League, it's unlikely Juventus would come close to that sum, especially since they invested significantly on Federico Bernardeschi and Douglas Costa last summer. Unless a deal can be reached on loan, Juventus will likely have to look elsewhere or go with what they have.
Jorginho to Manchester United in summer: 35 percent
The Red Devils' interest in the midfielder is nothing new, but the odds of him leaving Napoli in the summer are increasing. Jorginho, 26, is a key piece in Sarri squad's push to win the Serie A title, but the club will likely go with younger alternatives next season. In addition to giving Amadou Diawara more playing time, Napoli are also interested in acquiring Lucas Torreira -- their excellent relationship with his current club Sampdoria could be a determining factor in the race to acquire a player many top clubs covet.
Javier Pastore to Liverpool: 20 percent
The Argentina international is looking for more playing time with the World Cup looming and he has recently been linked to Inter, Spurs and Liverpool. While his preference is to return to Serie A where he previously played at Palermo, Inter can only offer a loan deal -- something that Paris Saint-Germain are unlikely to accept because of their own Financial Fair Play issues. Liverpool do have an opening considering that Spurs are closing in on Lucas Moura, but it remains to be seen if Pastore would join Jurgen Klopp's club.
Alex Sandro to Paris Saint-Germain in summer: 45 percent
While the defender is having a difficult season, the scarcity of quality left-back options on the transfer market make him an appealing target for top clubs. Paris Saint-Germain have been in contact with Alex Sandro's camp in preparation for a summer move, and while in previous years there was tension with Juventus over the Kingsley Coman deal, things have vastly improved as demonstrated by the transfer of Blaise Matuidi.
Erik Lamela to Inter in summer: 35 percent
While the Nerazzurri can only complete deals on loan with option to buy in January, they'll have much more flexibility in the summer. The Spurs attacker would bring more creativity to Luciano Spalletti's fairly predictable frontline, and there's a personal connection that could facilitate the deal -- Inter's executive director Walter Sabatini brought Lamela to Roma from River Plate in 2011 and still considers him one of the most talented players he ever acquired.
Leandro Paredes to Juventus in summer: 35 percent
After rebuilding their frontline last summer, Juventus are looking to do the same with their aging midfield in 2018. In addition to Emre Can, the Bianconeri are targeting the Argentina international and have made an initial inquiry for a potential summer move. Juventus had targeted Paredes last summer, but they weren't willing to trump Zenit's offer and Roma preferred to sell him abroad -- the situation is rather different now and Paredes could return to Serie A after just one season in Russia.
Aleix Vidal to Roma: 25 percent
With Rick Karsdorp recovering from a second knee injury since joining the club, Roma are looking for more options at right-back, especially since Alessandro Florenzi has proven he's better suited in a more advanced role. Monchi is targeting a familiar name in Aleix Vidal, a player he previously acquired at Sevilla. The deal could be reached on the basis of a loan with an option to buy set at around €12m. In addition to Vidal, Roma are also in talks with Barcelona for winger Gerard Deulofeu, who is reportedly eager to return to Serie A after his experience at Milan.