Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumors, Gossip and speculation from all todays papers…..

DAILY MIRROR

Aston Villa defender Ron Vlaar looks set to leave with Manchester United and Arsenal on red alert after his agent revealed the Dutchman was considering an exit.

Chelsea’s finances look healthy with news that they will reveal a annual profit of nearly £20m with a turnover of around £320m. The Blues are unlikely to move to a new stadium for at least seven years and may opt to expand Stamford Bridge instead – at an estimated cost of £20,000 for every added seat.

Inter Milan are closing on Asenal striker Joel Campbell in a possible loan move.

A group of Californian-based businessmen want to sit down with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy for discussions over a potential bid with the White Hart Lane club valued at £1billion.

THE SUN

Spurs are set to bid £35m bid for Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin and Saints striker Jay Rodriguez.

Ron Vlaar has dropped a major hint that he is ready to quit Aston Villa, with Manchester United and Arsenal keen on the Dutch defender.

Jose Mourinho has accepted that he is powerless to prevent Petr Cech from leaving Chelsea in January.

DAILY EXPRESS

Liverpool are preparing a £30m move for 28-year-old Porto striker Jackson Martinez

Chelsea are ready to go head-to-head with Manchester United for the services of Real Madrid star Gareth Bale next summer.

Chelsea and Manchester United will have to pay £19m for Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane who has fallen out of favour at the Bernabeu.

DAILY STAR

Manchester United are keen on Atletico Madrid’s Miranda and are set to table a £20m bid for the defender in January.

Arsenal have started discussions with Roma concerning a January bid for striker Mattia Destro.

Manchester United midfielder Anderson has expressed his desire to rejoin former club Gremio on a free transfer in January.

DAILY MAIL

Doubts have emerged over the health of Brazil legend Pele who is in hospital to undergo a ‘medical evaluation’ after cancelling an appearance at an event in his museum.

Chelsea players weren’t happy under former boss Andre Villas-Boas and did not want to train under him, according to defender Ashley Cole who is now at Roma.

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