PLUS: Manchester City set to open contract talks with Edin Dzeko over new deal, while Alan Pardew believes French striker Loic Remy will stay at Newcastle

The January transfer window has long closed, which means clubs are now stuck with their squads until the summer.

But that won't stop them eyeing up other players and plotting their next moves.

Get the latest transfer news, gossip and rumours from the Daily Mirror and plenty more newspapers and websites below

Transfer gossip, news and other stories from today's Daily Mirror

Italian champions Juventus are trying to buy on-loan Southampton striker Dani Osvaldo for £7million, despite the terms of his move giving them an option to buy him for double that amount.

Manchester United are tracking Feyenoord teenager Tonny Vilhena, a 19-year-old midfielder who has already played for Holland's U21s and is also being linked with Juventus.

Everton are keen on a £2million deal for Montpellier's versatile Benjamin Stambouli, who can play as a defender or defensive midfielder. Newcastle are also linked with him.

Transfer gossip and rumours from other newspapers and websites

Getty West Ham United v Newcastle United

Staying?: Alan Pardew hopes Remy will stay at Newcastle  

Arsenal are close to strking a £7M deal for Eintracht Frankfurt defender Sebastian Jung, 23 (Metro).

Manchester City are set to open talks with striker Edin Dzeko over new deal (Manchester Evening News).

Alan Pardew reckons French striker Loic Remy will snub Champions League football to sign for Newcastle United (the Sun).

Bayern Munich are interested in signing Aston Villa and England U-17 defender Easah Suliman (Daily Mail).

Other stories from today's Daily Mirror

John Terry has been offered a new one-year contract by Chelsea – but must accept a massive pay-cut to stay. The Blues' captain's current £150,000-a-week deal expires this summer and his wages could be HALVED if he accepts the club's terms.

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Blues' top brass refuse to budge even for the skipper on policy that players over 30 are offered only one-year extensions AND less pay

John Terry has been offered a new one-year contract by Chelsea – but must accept a massive pay-cut to stay.

Skipper Terry's current £150,000-a-week deal expires this summer and his wages could be HALVED if he decides to remain at Stamford Bridge next season.

The former England centre-back is enjoying an outstanding season for the Blues, but the offer has thrown the 33-year-old’s future into doubt.

Chelsea are standing firm on their policy that outfield players over 30 are only offered one-year extensions - and on reduced terms.

We revealed earlier in the season that Terry may walk away from the club he's represented since his teens as he has attracted strong interest from foreign clubs, with Turkish giants Galatasaray leading the way.

The Istanbul side could promise him a bigger pay day - and there may be offers from other clubs in the Premier League, too.

Terry faces a major dilemma over whether to quit the club he loves and where a fans' banner at Stamford Bridge famously proclaims him as 'Captain. Leader, Legend.'

Manager Jose Mourinho is keen for him to stay, but the club’s hierarchy will not shift on their contract policy.

That stance also applies for two more of the west Londoners' stalwarts, Frank Lampard and Ashley Cole, who could also both go this summer as Chelsea begin to shake-up the old guard.

Getty John Terry talks to English midfielder Frank Lampard and English defender Ashley Cole before the second half starts

Seeing the back of them? Time may be up for Chelsea heroes Cole, Lampard and Terry  

England star Cole, 33, has lost his place and several clubs are monitoring developments, as he likely to become a free agent.

Lampard, 35, may be offered a coaching role in Mourinho’s long-term plans, but must still decide whether to sign on for another 12 months on reduced terms.

The midfielder has also been strongly linked with MLS side LA Galaxy.

Despite the Blues’ policy, Mourinho has hinted he could move to bring Galatasaray striker Didier Drogba back to his old Stamford Bridge stomping ground – at the age of 36.

 
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