Miralem Pjanic on the streets of Manchester, Charlie Austin to Newcastle and Valencia can't have Radamel Falcao.
DE GEA 'AGREES' TO REAL MOVE
It seems that every day there is a new story surrounding the future of David De Gea. One minute he's committing his future to Manchester United, and the next his head is turned by Real Madrid. Thanks to fresh reports in Spain, it's the latter today.
In news that has sent the likes of the Daily Mirror delirious, Spanish journalist Josep Pedrerol has 'confirmed' that the keeper "wants to wear the white of Real Madrid next season", which is a problem considering Real's keepers tend to wear blue.
Pedrerol's comments came on Spanish TV station La Sexta, a renowned gossip channel which has previously tipped John Terry to Valencia and Didier Drogba to Barcelona. He goes on to say the only problem standing in the way of the deal is that "only an agreement between the clubs is lacking". That's a pretty big problem.
LIVERPOOL CECH OUT PETR
While Simon Mignolet has probably been Liverpool's best performer of 2015 so far, question marks remain over the future of the Reds' number one (or number 22, technically). After an error-strewn start to the season, Brad Jones was brought in to replace him, which is pretty unforgivable.
Anyway, with Brendan Rodgers possibly on the lookout for a permanent solution, he could do worse than looking at Chelsea's Petr Cech. The Blues back-up is unlikely to stick around as a stand-in for Thibaut Courtois, so the only question remains as to whether Jose Mourinho would release Cech to a rival.
TOFFEES TARGET VERMAELEN
Despite a recent revival, it's fair to say Everton have struggled this season. Of the many reasons, the main one appears to be a lack of squad depth, with the Premier League and three cup competitions to balance as Roberto Martinez's squad has been stretched.
According to the Metro, Martinez has the solution, and it should come as a fairly familiar one on these shores. Barcelona centre-back Thomas Vermaelen, 29, has emerged as one of the Toffees' top targets, but something doesn't quite sit right. After a quick check of how many games the former Arsenal captain has played this season, it is an injury-blighted zero.
AND THE REST
QPR striker Charlie Austin is set to move on this summer - whether they beat the drop or not...Chelsea midfielder Oscar has urged the club to sign Lazio star Felipe Anderson...Alan Pardew has warned that bidding for Yannick Bolasie will have to start at £20million...Mikel Arteta is desperate to stay at Arsenal and will sign any contract offered to him...Arsenal and Manchester United are tracking Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain, 27...Manchester City want to sign 20-year-old Athletic Bilbao defender Aymeric Laporte.
There's only one manager idiot enough to spend £20m on Bolasie, yes Rodgers I'm looking at you. Hopefully he won't have the opportunity to waste any more money this summer, RODGERS OUT!- uncle monty