Chelsea on 'red alert' for Rooney, Carvalho for United, Toivonen for Liverpool and Ince/Lamela Spurs nonsense...
MODRIC TO STAY IN SPAIN
Luka Modric may have had eyelashes fluttered at him for much of the summer (with Manchester United and old club Tottenham the most flirty of admirers), but The Sun today reckon that the Croatian has told Real Madrid that he intends to stay with the club for the rest of his career.
After a slightly bit part role at the Bernabeu last season (the Croatian still started 25 league games) Modric has started in six of Real's eight La Liga games this time around.
Not a bad place to see out your footballing days.
OSVALDO ALREADY UNHAPPY?
Whether he's Dani or Pablo, it's fair to say that Southampton's record signing Osvaldo has rather failed to light up the Premier League since his summer move from Roma, and his £15million fee is already beginning to look a touch whiffy.
The Mirror take a story from the Sunday People, using quotes from the Argentinean-born Italy international, to explain that the striker is rather disillusioned with life in Blighty, with Osvaldo particularly averse to the physical nature of our game.
"Football here is so physical, but it doesn't have the technique and quality that is has in Spain.
"I'm already thinking about moving back to Argentina. I want to play for Boca, that's my dream.
"I have been dreaming about wearing Boca's shirt during my entire life."
Boca win one Superclassico and Osvaldo's suddenly a fanboy.
OLSSON DROPS CAPITAL HINT
It seems that Jonas Olsson came close this summer to a rather odd-looking move to Arsenal, but the Swedish defender eventually signed a new four-year deal with West Brom.
Speaking to our chums at Sky Sports (who in turn use quotes from the Mirror), Olsson has very much toed the party line by reiterating his happiness at the Hawthorns.
"I don't want to comment further on rumours. In the window there is always a link to this and that. Sometimes it is true, sometimes you don't hear any more, sometimes it is close, sometimes it is not."
"Either way it is gone - I signed a contract last autumn and I would not have agreed a four-year deal if I was not happy. I focus on where I am and my obligation to do my very best."
Naughty Olsson just couldn't help but give us all a little tease, however.
"I like London, one day I would like to live there and play football but I am very happy here and if I were to leave this club, it would be for something really good."
"I'm happy in the premier league and i Love Southampton !!! I do not understand why false things write..." So it is rubbish then.- sim2kuk