Loïc Rémy might yet get that transfer away from Queens Park Rangers after his move to Liverpool fell through, with Tottenham now keen on the Frenchman.
Rémy started in QPR's defeat to Hull last week but the Rs have made no secret of their willingness to sell him if a club meets his buyout clause.
There's some stating the bleedin' obvious, like how Manchester United are in a one-horse race for Ángel di María, which everyone knew when Paris Saint-Germain confirmed they had ended discussions over a possible transfer two weeks ago.
Rémy scored Newcastle's winner at Tottenham last season
Shades of Arsène Wenger from Louis van Gaal, who might pull out of United's pursuit of Di María as it could harm Adnan Januzaj's development. Wenger, infamously, rejected the chance to sign Xabi Alonso in 2008 because it would "kill" Denilson.
What are Sporting Lisbon thinking? After taking Nani on loan they could spend £5.5m of the £16m they received from United for Marcos Rojo on Anderson, who last played for the Reds eight months ago.
The Magpies are also confident they will keep hold of Cheick Tioté, despite interest from Russia.
And Ronald Koeman has made himself look silly and said Morgan Schneiderlin isn't for sale at any price.