HIGUAIN DEAL DONE
One thing that all the papers agree on this morning is Gonzalo Higuain's imminent move to North London, which will be music to Arsenal fans' ears.
There is a discrepancy in the transfer across the board, but the Daily Express go one step further, claiming that the Argentine will sign a three-year, £100,000 per week contract at the Emirates.
Is this finally the replacement for Robin Van Persie?
CITY WANT TO MAKE PEPE LE BLUE
It's a rumour that keeps popping up, but The Sun believe that Manchester City will take up their interest in Real Madrid's Pepe a notch.
Manuel Pellegrini is reportedly keen to purchase a centre-back with the departure of Kolo Toure, especially with Joleon Lescott's contract expiring next summer.
Whether that would be a 30-year-old with a questionable attitude to on-field discipline that would cost in the region of £20million (The Sun's figure, not ours) is another matter, but that's for you to decide.
WE'RE CLOSER TO PJANIC ON THE STREETS OF LONDON
The Daily Telegraph are the only paper running with a story that Andre Villas-Boas is preparing an offer for Roma midfielder Miralem Pjanic.
With the signing of Paulinho already confirmed, the Bosnian (who is still somehow only 23) would act as the attacking playmaker in central midfield).
We're putting our oar in as saying we'd love it, love it, if Spurs signed him.
ROONEY TO STAY
Another day, another angle on the 'Wayne Rooney: Stay Or Go' saga. Today's ballsy claim/guess/click-generator is from the Express:
"David Moyes is set to announce that Wayne Rooney is staying at Old Trafford when he faces the media today for the first time since becoming Manchester United manager."
Well that's pretty big time isn't it, everything is sorted.
The only slight, nagging and doubty little doubt stems from the fact that the whole article is six lines long, contains no quotes and offers not other information other than the phrase "understood to have".
Let's all just wait and see, eh?
SPURS AND EVERTON CHASE BARCA YOUNGSTER
Given that he plays in a similar position to a certain Lionel Messi, you can understand why Barcelona youngster Gerard Deulofeu is interested in a loan spell away from the Camp Nou, and it appears that England is the favoured destination.
The Mirror report that Spurs and Everton are "battling it out" for the 19-year-old, who is currently tearing it up at the U20 World Cup in Turkey.
Deulofeu's agent is currently in England after sorting out a deal for Marc Muniesa in Stoke, so will it be the M62 (Everton) or A50 and M1 (Spurs)?
AND THE REST
Southampton fancy a double swoop for Valencia's Ever Banega and Damiao from Internacional... Nicolas Anelka will become West Brom's top earner ever after he agreed a two-year deal worth £5million... Wigan have signed keeper Scott Carson from Bursaspor... Newcastle have Wigan's permission to speak to Arouna Kone... Nicklas Bendtner's £3million move to Frankfurt is off after he refused to take a pay cut on his £50,000 per week wages... Ravel Morrison wants to stay at West Ham and fight for his place... Crystal Palace are set to land Sierra Leone defender Umaru Bangura... Crystal Palace are considering a deal for Carlton Cole...
Galatasaray and Besiktas are interested in Manchester United left-back Alex Buttner... Hull have bid £4.5million for Burnley striker Charlie Austin... Norwich have offered £6million for Senegal striker Dame N'Doye... Hull boss Steve Bruce is giving striker Aaron McLean a free transfer... Watford could still keep Matej Vydra at Vicarage Road next season... Newcastle wideman Shane Ferguson is a £1.5million target for Wolves... Liverpool will offer Martin Skrtel the chance to rebuild his career at Anfield... Ipswich are set to sign goalkeeper Dean Gerken... Blackburn have completed the signing of striker DJ Campbell.