Ashley Young and Anderson first out in January, Falcao for Chelsea and Lassana Diarra for Arsenal or City...
BARCA IN FOR AGGER
Barcelona were described as 'centre-half hungry' by one newspaper earlier this summer, and while that might conjure troubling images of them as a predatory old man or Geordie Shore 'star', they do actually need a central defender.
They made a bid for David Luiz, which was rather swiftly rejected, so The Daily Telegraph reckons they have set their sights on another.
And that 'another' is Daniel Agger, described as a 'prime target' for the Spanish champs.
Apparently Barca have made a £14million bid for the Dane, which since he was reportedly valued at closer to £30million last summer when Manchester City were sniffing around, probably won't be enough.
However: 'There is some concern that Barcelona will be able to tempt Agger from Anfield, however, so much so that Martin Skrtel has been told he can forget about leaving in the immediate future.'
As an aside, here's a quick line from that Telegraph story:
'Liverpool have also agreed to pay £2million of Pepe Reina's £6million salary for the duration of his season's loan at Napoli.'
That's nice of them.
£51m FOR SUAREZ
We don't really want to look at his face any longer, but we should probably bring you the latest stuff about Luis Suarez.
Here's what The Daily Star tells us: 'Suarez also said he would take his case to the Premier League after the Gunners bid £40m plus a pound a fortnight ago, having initially offered £35m. But Starsport understands the Gunners are prepared to pay more than the £50m Liverpool received from Chelsea for Fernando Torres in January 2011.'
Some mistake though, surely - The Star reckons 'more than £50m' means Arsenal will offer £51m, but we all know the real amount they'll bid...
Meanwhile, The Telegraph reports that Real Madrid are considering hijacking Liverpool's move for Granada left-back Guilherme Siqueira.
THE ANZHI BUFFET IS OPEN
So with the revelation that the Anzhi castle is actually built on sand, the papers obviously have plenty of word about who might be available.
Actually, that story should be pretty easy to write: everyone is.
The Daily Mirror leads with Willian's availability, especially after he declared that he wanted to leave even before all this blew up.
They mention that he was a target for Andre Villas-Boas at both Chelsea and Spurs, and this would of course become relevant if Gareth Bale was to leave.
Speaking of which...
REAL PLAYERS NOT HAPPY ABOUT BALE PURSUIT
The Real Madrid dressing room appears to be a combination of enormous yet fragile egos (like a water balloon the size of your house), disproportionate player power and Olympic-level bitching.
Of course, this may be true of all dressing rooms, but Real are the biggest and most successful basket case under the sun.
The Daily Mirror reports that Bale's prospective move to the Bernebeu might not be going down at all well in Madrid.
The paper says: 'Claims from Spain are suggesting the public welcome mat that has been rolled out by Bale's potential team-mates is not being matched by their attitudes behind closed doors.
'It was reported that Iker Casillas and Sergio Ramos - the dressing room leaders who effectively forced out coach Jose Mourinho this summer after a season of spats - are among the senior players unimpressed by president Florentino Perez's dogged pursuit of Bale...
'One source reported: "One of the senior players said that he was surprised that Perez was willing to pay so much for one player and another asked, 'What about us?'
"A third player was adamant that Bale was not needed, and that the squad Carlo Ancelotti already has is strong enough without him."
'Reports had Casillas, Ramos and Portuguese defender Fabio Coentrao - the latter is understood to have been suggested by Real as a possible makeweight in the deal - as the loudest dissenting voices.'
Children, the lot of them.
FELLAINI AND BAINES FOR UNITED
Quick line from The Daily Mail, who report that Manchester United are planning the most predictable double swoop of all time.
Yes, it's Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines.
The paper claims: 'United are expected to formally submit a joint bid to Everton for Fellaini and left back Leighton Baines in the coming days.
'Manager David Moyes has already had a £12million bid for Baines rejected but is ready to test the resolve of Everton chairman Bill Kenwright with an official approach for both players.'
AND THE REST...
West Ham want Besiktas midfielder Manuel Fernandes, who has had previous spells in the Premier League with Everton and Portsmouth...Sunderland are looking to off-load David Vaughan, Lee Cattermole and Phil Bardsley as they look to claw back around £7m in transfer fees...Liverpool's Moroccan international winger Oussama Assaidi will join QPR on a season-long loan...Nottingham Forest are ready to splash out £2.5m to sign French winger Bakary Sako from Wolves...Juventus have slapped a £7m price tag on Everton target, 23-year-old midfielder Luca Marrone...Millwall hope to seal a deal for QPR midfielder Shaun Derry, 35, today - an initial one-month loan with view to a permanent move...Middlesbrough have joined Bournemouth in the race to sign Malmo's 22-year-old South African striker Tokelo Rantie...Stoke City have revived their interest in former Manchester United striker Mame Biram Diouf with German club Hannover looking for around £7m...Sunderland have told Premier League rivals Crystal Palace that it will cost them £1m to sign 30-year-old midfielder David Vaughan...Leeds United boss Brian McDermott wants to sign 21-year-old Manchester United defender Scott Wootton...West Ham and Turkish side Besiktas are tracking Porto forward Silvestre Varela...Leeds United have had a bid accepted for West Ham winger Matt Taylor