Turkish giants Galatasaray will reignite their interest in Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini in January. Still, in England, Stoke City out of favor player Giannelli Imbula has agreed personal terms with AS Monaco. In Italy, Inter Milan are the latest Serie A club to be linked with Riyad Mahrez. Here's a complete report of these transfer headlines:

Galatasaray to come back for Fellaini in January

According to Read ManUtd, Turkish Super Lig club Galatasaray have revealed their plans of reigniting their in Marouane Fellaini come next year January. The Turkish club and Marouane Fellaini's agent have agreed personal terms worth $4.6m per year on a four-year deal including a $5million sign on bonus.

However, the both clubs remain unsettled on a transfer fee, with Manchester United demanding in excess of $36.5million contrary to Galatasaray's $13million opening offer for the Belgian. Marouane Fellaini's future at Manchester United has come under “scrutiny” this summer, with claims United boss Jose Mourinho was willing to sell him but later insisted he was too important to his plans this forthcoming season.

Giannelli Imbula agrees personal terms with Monaco

Giannelli Imbula has agreed terms with French champions AS Monaco, according to Sports Mole. The deal is expected to be finalized relatively quick once the both parties reach an agreement on terms. Earlier on, AS Monaco loan offer was turned down but now it seemingly appears that a deal for Imbula will be finalized in the coming days.

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Giannelli Imbula, 24, became Stoke City's record transfer of $23.4m in 2016 but has failed to live up to the price tag and started just 9 Premier League matches throughout last term.

Inter Milan enters race to sign Ryad Mahrez

Inter Milan have entered the race to sign Leicester's Ryad Mahrez too, according to Leicester Mercury. Ryad Mahrez has been the subject of interest from AS Roma, while fellow Premier League club Arsenal have also shown a serious interest. And now Inter are the latest Italian club to be linked with the Algerian star. Inter Milan sporting director Walter Sabatini is reported to have met with a Leicester City official to discuss the chances of signing the Algeria international. The Foxes are said to want at minimum $52million to part ways with Mahrez, which was more than what AS Roma were willing to offer for the midfielder. Inter Milan are confident of striking a deal with the Foxes officials to land Ryad Mahrez if what they have goes as planned.