Balotelli given two months to prove himself, Liverpool want Abate, Robben staying put, Cech off to Turkey and...
MARIO ON THE MOVE
It has been claimed that Arsene Wenger has £100million to spend and the Arsenal boss could blow a portion of that on Mario Balotelli.
Tuttosport says AC Milan are willing to listen to offers for the Italy star providing they can source a top-class replacement; Radamel Falcao is their number one target, according to the report.
Arsenal, meanwhile, have also been linked with a £5million bid for Pepe Reina by Metro, having received the same amount as a result of the sell-on clause in the Cesc Fabregas deal.
SO LONG, SANTI
Arsenal playmaker Santi Cazorla would reportedly be happy to return to Spain with Atletico Madrid, with a fee of £16m quoted by AS.
The midfielder's wages could be a problem, though. A massive problem. So that's probably that.
Liverpool have apparently got competition from Barcelona and Atletico Madrid for Dejan Lovren.
According to Sport, Barca have been hugely impressed by the scouting reports gathered on the Southampton defender and could make an offer after the World Cup, with the bidding believed to start at £15million.
LONG GAME OVER STROOTMAN
Manchester United will seemingly monitor the recovery of Kevin Strootman before making a move for the Roma midfielder. Goal.com suggests Louis van Gaal would be willing to wait until January for his compatriot, but the new manager would be prepared to close a deal sooner if necessary.
AND THE REST
Stoke's Michael Kightly set for Burnley...Southampton are hoping to replace Rickie Lambert with Danny Ings...Tim Sherwood's appointment as West Brom manager is being delayed over backroom staff demands...Newcastle may have to go over £10million if they want to sign Lyon's Alexandre Lacazette but they have no chance of signing Wilfried Bony...Swansea have turned down Sunderland's £4million offer for Ashley Williams...Leeds have received a £5million bid for Ross McCormack from a rival Championship club. It's Norwich, isn't it?