Robin van Persie has finally announced he won't be renewing his Arsenal contract, so naturally Manchester City are favourites to sign him.
Not only is Roberto Mancini a confirmed admirer of the Dutchman, but the Gunners are something of a feeder club to the Citizens. Van Persie could be the fifth Arsenal player to move to Eastlands in three years, with the Mirror reporting he will earn £220,000 a week if he relocates north in a £20m deal.
Peculiarly, Manchester United have emerged as possible suitors too, despite the club's despised Glazer family owners confirming on Tuesday the debt they have saddled the club with may (is) compromise their competitiveness.
The Mail throw the Reds' hat into the ring, which also bears the black and white headwear of Juventus, who had a bid rejected for the 28-year-old Arsenal striker, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
With United under pressure to carry out cost-cutting, Anderson is a logical option to offer to possible suitors. Five years of "potential" may finally prompt Sir Alex Ferguson to give up on the Brazilian, as the Portuguese press claim Benfica are interested in the 24-year-old.
Despite United's bid to float on the New York Stock Exchange, the press haven't been discouraged in continually linking them with players. Ferguson confirmed they were negotiating for a couple of other deals on Tuesday, although Sao Paulo's Lucas Moura would seem to be a long shot. The 19-year-old is valued at £30m and is also being monitored by Chelsea and Real Madrid, suggest the Mirror again.
Fulham may move for Blackburn Rovers goalkeeper Paul Robinson, after his move to Turkish side Besiktas fell through, claim the Mail again.
That Andy Carroll-AC Milan rumour persists, and the former England international and Rossoneri striker Mark Hateley has advised the 23-year-old Geordie to make the move, opining he would become a better all-round player at the Giuseppe Meazza.
Ever prolific , the Mail report former Real Madrid midfielder Guti is training with West Ham United.
North-east paper The Chronicle write Sunderland will bid for Ajax's Vurnon Anita, 23, after Newcastle United had a £4.5m bid rejected.
The Magpies' interest in Lille right-back Mathieu Debuchy is also set to continue, after they were predictably knocked back after bidding a derisory £4m for the France international, that via the Metro.