Transfer Talk: Hooper’s future, Harkins stays, Llorente close to Juve

Darren Randolph is in no rush to leave Motherwell.
Darren Randolph is in no rush to leave Motherwell.SNS Group

Sunday is a day of rest and that tends to apply to the transfer market before the working week restarts with renewed vigour.

There's little in the way of transfer news today with Norwich City's dance with Celtic for Gary Hooper continuing to dominate the headlines.

Elsewhere we have officially labelled Gary Harkins' situation at Kilmarnock as a 'TRANSFER SAGA' as Kenny Shiels says he will not let the midfielder go this month.

There's also talk of a new striker for Juventus, goalkeeper for Barcelona and Pep has set his sights on targets for when he takes the Bundesliga by storm.

Celtic boss expects Norwich to make second bid for Gary Hooper

Neil Lennon says he’s determined to hold on to his forward

Kilmarnock manager Kenny Shiels dismisses talk of Harkins departure

Kenny Shiels says the midfielder won’t be going anywhere in this transfer window (BBC)

Randolph's No 1 consideration

The Irishman doesn’t want to leave Motherwell (The Herald)

Moves like Jagger

Juve set to beat Arsenal and Spurs in race for Spanish hit-man Llorente as talks reach 'advanced' stage

The Spanish forward could face Celtic in the Champions League if he signs (Daily Mail)

Barcelona plan big-money bid for Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois

The Catalan giants are after the on-loan Atletico Madrid stopper (Metro)

Reina set for Barcelona return

Or they want this Spanish goalkeeper to replace Victor Valdes at the Camp Nou (Daily Mail)

Pep's challenge: Guardiola wants Liverpool striker Luis Suarez at Bayern Munich

He’s not in the job yet but the Daily Mirror say Bayern’s new coach wants a new striker.

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