7th Aug 2013
Liverpool's American owner John W Henry has told the club's supporters in Norway that striker Luis Suarez will not be sold.
Suarez has not given up hope on moving to Real Madrid, raising the prospect of Arsenal missing out on their prime transfer target.
Manchester United manager David Moyes has launched a bid for Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini - signalling the end of the club's pursuit of Barcelona playmaker Cesc Fabregas.
Man United's striker Wayne Rooney will seek a move abroad if a deal to join Chelsea cannot be finalised.
Everton face competition from Fiorentina in their bid to sign Hellas Verona midfielder Jorginho.
Tottenham director Sir Keith Mills says the club are almost powerless to keep Gareth Bale if he wants to move to Real Madrid, even though he signed a new four-year contract only last summer.
The removal of Bale from Tottenham's official Twitter account page has further intensified speculation over his future.
Real Betis winger Alvaro Vadillo is the latest name on Tottenham's list of possible replacements for Bale.
Barcelona are planning a £35m bid for Chelsea's Brazil international David Luiz.
Luis Suarez has told Liverpool he does not want to play in any pre-season friendlies for Liverpool until his future is resolved.
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has refused to answer questions about the club's ongoing pursuit of Gareth Bale for fear of further upsetting Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas.
Manchester United midfielder Darren Fletcher is concerned by reports of Wayne Rooney leaving the club. "You do worry he might leave because he's a fantastic football player," the Scotsman said. "I hope he stays and we achieve more things together for United."
QPR are chasing the signature of Estudiantes' Duvan Zapata after West Ham pulled out of a deal to sign the Colombian striker because of work permit issues.
Tottenham could struggle to revive their bid for Vlad Chiriches. The Steaua Bucharest defender instead wants to move to Italy, says his agent.
Premier League new boys Crystal Palace have called in a hypnotist to help get them in the right frame of mind for their opening home game against Tottenham.
Every senior player in the Premier League and Football League will have to attend a session this season to receive guidance on not using racist and homophobic language.