30th Aug 2013
Arsenal want to spend their entire summer transfer budget on the Real Madrid trio of striker Karim Benzema, playmaker Mesut Ozil and winger Angel Di Maria.
Everton have rejected a new £36m bid from Manchester United for midfielder Marouane Fellaini and left-back Leighton Baines.
Belgium international Fellaini has told manager Roberto Martinez that he wants to leave Everton.
Everton will need to reach a compromise with Gareth Barry about his £125,000-a-week wages if they are to secure a season-long loan move for the out-of-favour Manchester City midfielder.
Chelsea are ready to listen to offers for Spain striker Fernando Torres after Cameroon international Samuel Eto'o signed for the club on Thursday.
Arsenal have made an £8.5m bid for St Etienne midfielder Josuha Guilavogui as Newcastle look to hold onto Gunners target Yohan Cabaye.
Queens Park Rangers tried to convince former Tottenham defender Ledley King to come out of retirement last season. The England international was forced to retire in July 2012 because of a persistent knee injury.
West Brom manager Steve Clarke admits he will not be able to bring Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku back to The Hawthorns, but says he is interested in Blues winger Victor Moses.
Liverpool's bid to sign Sporting Lisbon's Tiago Ilori and fellow defender Mamadou Sakho from Paris St-Germain has suffered a problem because of the transfer fees demanded by the players' respective clubs.
Liverpool are closing in on a surprise deal to make Aston Villa's Shay Given their number two goalkeeper.
Manchester City will have no excuses for a third successive season of failure in the Champions League, the club's director of football Txiki Begiristain has said.Full story: Metro
City manager Manuel Pellegrini has moved the club's training from their Carrington base to Etihad Stadium on the day before every home game. The Chilean is believed to have made the change to ensure his players become more familiar with the ground.
Manchester United midfielder Shinji Kagawa wants to stay at Old Trafford, according to the player's agent.
Newcastle summer signing Loic Remy could make his debut in Saturday's game against Fulham. The striker arrived at St James' Park with a calf injury when he signed on loan from QPR.