With just nine days left to go in the January transfer window, Sports Mole rounds up all the latest news and speculation emerging from the rumourmill.
This morning's headlines:
Liverpool target wants Italy stay
Inter Milan starlet Philippe Coutinho insists that he wants to remain in Italy, despite reports that he was close to a switch to Liverpool.
Reina open to Barca move
Pepe Reina's father reveals that the Liverpool goalkeeper would opt to leave Anfield for Camp Nou if the opportunity arose.
Milan's Kaka talks break down
AC Milan state that their loan move for Real Madrid star Kaka will not come to pass for "fiscal reasons".
West Ham deny Anelka signing
West Ham United boss Sam Allardyce insists that the club have not made a move for Nicolas Anelka.
Laudrup wants De Guzman stay
Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup reveals that he wants midfielder Jonathan De Guzman to remain at the club beyond his season-long loan.
Nicollin slams Yanga-Mbiwa
Montpellier president Louis Nicollin calls defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa an "ass" for wanting to join Newcastle United.
No Barca contact with Courtois
Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has not been approached by Barcelona, according to the shot-stopper's father.
Sissoko wanted by PL clubs
Toulouse president Olivier Sadran reveals that a host of Premier League clubs are keeping tabs on midfielder Moussa Sissoko.
Reading confident of Sunzu deal
Reading confirm their interest in TP Mazemba defender Stoppila Sunzu.
Walcott "very pleased" with new contract
Theo Walcott insists that he is happy to have ended speculation regarding his future after signing a new Arsenal contract.