Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumors, Gossip and speculation from all todays papers…
German Bundesliga side Wolfsburg are set to pay £33m for Everton striker Romelu Lukaku, 21, after missing out on him in the summer.
England boss Roy Hodgson is considering resting Liverpool stars over the international break – even though it could anger their Premier League rivals.
Meanwhile, Liverpool defender Glen Johnson is interested in joining Ashley Cole at Roma when his Anfield contract expires in the summer.
Brazil legend Pele will be a guest at Anfield on Sunday to watch the vital top-four battle between Liverpool and Manchester United.
Dick Advocaat has confirmed he would like to stay on as Sunderland manager beyond his initial two-month stint.
Wales boss Chris Coleman has told Gareth Bale to stay at Real Madrid and snub a return to the Premier League.
Keeper Jack Butland insists he can fill the boots of current Stoke City No 1 Asmir Begovic if the Bosnian leaves this summer.
Tottenham striker Harry Kane will be handed his first England call-up today when Roy Hodgson names his side to face Lithuania and Italy.
Southampton boss Ronald Koeman wants to take Real Madrid’s wonderkid Martin Odegaard, 16, on loan next season.
West Ham hope defender James Tomkins will return before the end of the season after surgery on a dislocated shoulder.
Monaco’s Portuguese manager Leonardo Jardim – whose side dumped Arsenal out of the Champions League this week – expects to land a job in the Premier League sooner, rather than later.
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes is set to sign a bumper new £7m deal.
Accrington Stanley midfielder Josh Windass, son of Hull City legend Dean, is being tracked by Charlton, Sheffield Wednesday and Bristol City.
Angel Di Maria may be Manchester United’s record signing, but he could already be keen to leave Old Trafford having asked agent Jorfe Mendes to find him a new club.
Newcastle midfielder Siem de Jong will return to training today after recovering from a collapsed lung.
Manchester United could go head-to-head with Arsenal in the battle to sign PSG forward Edinson Cavani when the transfer window reopens.