Javier Hernández wants to leave Manchester United after only 10 starts under David Moyes, the Sun's Twitter ball-buster Neil Custis writes.
The 25-year-old Mexican's contract doesn't expire until 2016, yet United could command a fee of as much as £15m for a player they bought for £6m in 2010.
Hernández has scored seven times this season, but five of them have come in the domestic cups. Chelsea might buy him just to stop him scoring against them again.
One striker who could be staying at United is Wayne Rooney, as the Mail follow up on the Mirror's back page splash on Thursday.
Wilfried Zaha is on the cusp of completing a loan move to Cardiff City, and could be joined in the Welsh capital by United full-back Fábio da Silva.
Bizarrely overlooked by David Moyes this season, Fábio burned his bridges with the Scot when he was sent off in the FA Cup defeat to Swansea, which appears to have hastened his exit this month. The 23-year-old Brazilian is out of contract in the summer, so United would at least get a fee for the versatile full-back who played under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for the Reds' reserves.
Lucas Leiva's two-month lay-off has made a midfielder a priority, especially given Steven Gerrard's waning influence, and Brendan Rodgers has apparently targeted Spartak Moscow's 23-year-old Brazilian.
Remaining with the 2008 City of Culture (that's Merseyside) the Echo say Monaco striker Lacina Traore could still join lords of the loan, Everton, despite Radamel Falcao suffering a cruciate ligament injury. Soon teams could be playing against Everton, Barcelona, Manchester City, Chelsea and Monaco within 90 minutes.
The Mirror seem to think John Terry will leave Chelsea at the end of the season, with the club captain yet to agree a new contract.
Following Juan Mata out of Stamford Bridge is Michael Essien, who will part with "daddy" Mourinho for AC Milan, although Galatasaray are also interested, say Sky Sports News. Or rather, they "understand".
Papiss Cissé, the best striker in the world around this time two years ago, has rejected the chance to move to Borussia Mönchengladbach, which has thrown Newcastle's deal for 23-year-old striker Luuk De Jong into doubt.
And finally, a story worthy of footnote status: Aston Villa are ready to end their interest in Norwich City midfielder Wes Hoolahan.