Transfer Rater: Barcelona continue to track Liverpool ace Coutinho

Here are today's most talked about transfer moves and the likelihood of the transfer actually happening on a scale of 0.0 (player is going nowhere) to 5.0 (player is packing his bags), courtesy of Football Whispers.

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Memphis Depay to Everton

The £25 million signing from PSV is one of many players who has found himself out of favour at Manchester United and the club are reportedly ready to let the player leave on loan in January for the first team minutes he desires. Ronald Koeman believes he can convince his Dutch compatriot to join him at Goodison Park and has been a long-term admirer, having tried to sign Depay as Southampton boss.

Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona

UOL Esporte claim Neymar has been talking to Coutinho and discussing the possibility of a move to Barcelona. The Liverpool maestro has been labelled as the heir to Andres Iniesta in the Barcelona midfield but the Catalan club may find negotiations difficult, with the Brazilian having a contract with Liverpool until 2020 and no release clause.

Mahmoud Dahoud to Liverpool

Gladbach's Dahoud was a target for Jurgen Klopp in the summer but the German club held firm. The midfielder has had a difficult second season and has found his playing time cut, spending a lot of time on the bench. It's been suggested the player has rejected a contract extension with Gladbach and as punishment is spending time out of the first team. According to SportBild, Liverpool have reignited their interest and despite Gladbach's director of sport Max Eberl stating the player won't move in January, the Reds may try their luck.

Dimitri Payet to Paris Saint-Germain

If reports are to be believed, Payet is getting itchy feet at West Ham. He's reportedly grown frustrated with their inconsistent performances and the fact they're already out of Europe, falling at the Europa League playoff stage. PSG are looking to bring in attacking reinforcements and Payet may fit the bill.

Michael Keane to Manchester United

The 23-year-old Burnley defender has been attracting a lot of interest ever since he joined the Clarets on a permanent basis in 2015. The Stockport native left United without really being given a chance but has flourished since his exposure to regular first-team football. Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool have all been linked with Keane but United may feel they can convince the centre-back to rejoin them.