With just one week remaining in the January transfer window, Sports Mole rounds up all the latest speculation emerging from the rumourmill.
This morning's headlines:
Man Utd eye Iker Casillas?
Manchester United reportedly consider making a shock swoop for Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas.
Arsenal, Liverpool chase Williams?
Liverpool and Arsenal are believed to be in the running to snatch defender Ashley Williams from Swansea City.
Coloccini ready for Newcastle walkout?
Newcastle United defender Fabricio Coloccini reportedly tells the club that he doesn't want to play one more game for the Magpies.
Clark: 'Butland could be sold'
Birmingham City manager Lee Clark suggests that the club "need" to sell goalkeeper Jack Butland.
Caldwell: 'Hooper should stay at Celtic'
Former Celtic defender Gary Caldwell urges Gary Hooper to remain at the Scottish champions.
Allardyce denies Diame dispute
Sam Allardyce expects midfielder Mohamed Diame to sign a new contract at Upton Park.
Wenger cuts press conference short
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger ended his post-match press conference early in order to work on bringing in new players to the Emirates Stadium.
QPR hunt Dann, Olsson?
Queens Park Rangers are believed to be considering a double swoop for Blackburn Rovers defenders Scott Dann and Martin Olsson.
Pochettino: 'I won't raid Espanyol'
Southampton boss Mauricio Pochettino says that he will not try to poach players from his former club.
Allardyce desperate for transfers
Sam Allardyce insists that West Ham United are continuing to work to try to bring in more players by the end of the transfer window.
Bolton expecting Lee bids
Bolton Wanderers are reportedly expecting at least one offer from the Premier League for winger Lee Chung-Yong.
Formica joins Palermo
Mauro Formica leaves Blackburn Rovers after just 18 months to sign for Serie A side Palermo.