Transfer deadline day is upon us, and Bayern Munich's Toni Kroos is a player in the news.
The jockeying for position is taking shape with Manchester United one of the teams in the frame for his signature.
For any further details about Kroos' future plans with Bayern, or elsewhere, be sure to check back here throughout the week.
Latest update: Friday, Jan. 31.
Manchester United manager David Moyes has ruled out any further moves in the January transfer window.
The club's official Twitter @ManUtd reported the Old Trafford boss as saying: "You can stand down your TV cameras at the gates. I don't think they'll be required. We've done our business", and as a result, ruling out a move for Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos.
Manchester United's hopes of signing Toni Kroos from Bayern Munich are fading, reports Martin Blackburn of The Sun (subscription required).
United manager David Moyes is an admirer of the player, but United are unlikely to make a move following the arrival of Juan Mata for £37.1 million earlier in the January window.
Manchester United signed Juan Mata earlier this month, but the bolstering of their midfield may not stop there.
Per a report from the Mail's John Drayton, Toni Kroos is in the frame for a switch to Old Trafford.
Drayton reported that Kroos was unhappy about being substituted during Bayern’s win over Stuttgart, which could open the door for United to step in.