Premier League giants want Napoli and Argentina striker Higuain
Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could look for a part-exchange deal with Manchester United over Thomas Vermaelen.
Leicester striker David Nugent is a shock target for ambitious Middlesbrough.
Newcastleâs bid for French striker Bafetimbi Gomis is stalling - over his demands for a huge signing-on fee.
Chelsea are keeping tabs on Steaua Bucharest left-back Iasmin Latovlevici as they seek Ashley Cole's replacement.
Cardiff are ready to pay £9million to re-sign striker Ross McCormack from Leeds.
Brighton striker Leonardo Ulloa has set his heart on a move to the Premier League. Leicester have already had a £7m bid for him rejected.
Napoli manager Rafael Benitez has ruled out trying to bring Liverpool keeper Pepe Reina back to the Serie A club.
Liverpool may turn to Wolfsburg's Ricardo Rodriguez if they fail to sign left-back Albert Moreno from Sevilla.
AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli features highly on Arsene Wenger's shopping list as the Arsenal manager looks to sign a new central striker.
Everton have joined the queue of clubs who are keen on signing Cardiff City defender Steven Caulker.
Luis Enrique's Barcelona revolution has started with the arrival of Sevilla midfielder Ivan Rakitic at Camp Nou on a five-year deal.
Argentina striker Sergio Aguero insists he has no plans to leave Manchester City.
Atletico Madrid want Manchester City striker Alvaro Negredo as a possible replacement for Chelsea-bound Diego Costa.
Arsenal are ready to make a £25m move to sign Mario Balotelli from AC Milan.
New West Brom boss Alan Irvine is out to prove his critics wrong after his appointment met with a negative reaction from many of the club's supporters.
Everton have bid £10m to beat Arsenal and Manchester United to Torino forward Alessio Cerci.
Argentina and Napoli striker Gonzalo Higuain is a target for Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United.