Dimitar Berbatov could make a return to Tottenham five-and-a-half years on from his £30.75 million sale to Manchester United.
Linked with a move to Arsenal earlier this month, the striker's agent has stationed himself in London in an attempt to engineer a move back to White Hart Lane.
Any Berbatov transfer is dependent on where Kostas Mitroglou ends up, though. West Ham have tried to hijack the Greek striker's move to Craven Cottage from Olympiakos at the 11th hour.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has targeted Cagliari's Davide Astori to partner Steven Caulker in the Cardiff defence.
Bit of an odd one, but Andros Townsend is linked with a move to Manchester United this morning. United have a dearth of quality on the wings, although the one-dimensional Townsend is hardly the calibre of player to improve them.
The Star say Arsenal could regret their collapsed move for Julian Draxler, since both Manchester clubs and Chelsea could bid for him in the summer.
City are still in for Porto duo Eliaquim Mangala and Fernando, but the Mirror say Joleon Lescott will stay and see out the remaining six months of his contract.
And as for Liverpool and Tottenham target Yevhen Konoplyanka? He is a "headless chicken", according to erstwhile Arsenal dunce Oleg Luzhny.Suggest a correction