As transfer business continues to rumble on, Sports Mole takes a look at all the latest speculation.
This morning's headlines:
Report: Barca begin Luiz bidding at £30m
Barcelona will reportedly open the bidding for Chelsea defender David Luiz at £30m.
Perez: 'No Arsenal offer for Higuain'
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez reveals that Arsenal have yet to bid for striker Gonzalo Higuain.
Report: Chelsea prepare £40m Suarez bid
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho hopes to beat his former club Real Madrid to the signing of Luis Suarez and will reportedly bid £40m for the Liverpool striker.
Everton expect improved Baines bid
Everton expect Manchester United to return with an improved offer for Leighton Baines this week, but still remain determined to extend the left-back's contract.
Benteke hands in transfer request
Aston Villa confirm that striker Christian Benteke has handed in a transfer request.
Liverpool hold fresh Suarez talks
Liverpool reportedly hold a meeting with Luis Suarez's agent Pere Guardiola as rumours persist over his future at Anfield.
City lead Jovetic race
Manchester City lead the race to sign Fiorentina striker Stevan Jovetic, according to a report.
Arsenal open Barry talks?
Arsenal open talks over a cut-price summer deal for Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry, according to a report.
Dunga hopeful of Leandro Damiao stay
Internacional coach Dunga wants to keep hold of Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton target Leandro Damiao.
Burnley: 'Austin's Hull move off'
Burnley confirm that Charlie Austin's proposed move to Hull City has collapsed due to "unforeseen complications".
Hudson pens new Cardiff deal
Cardiff City captain Mark Hudson signs a new contract that will keep him at the club until 2015.
Celtic reject Norwich, QPR bids for Hooper
Celtic reportedly reject offers from Norwich City and Queens Park Rangers for striker Gary Hooper.
Report: Real to rebuff Pepe bids
Real Madrid will reportedly not listen to any offers for 30-year-old defender Pepe.
Milan hope to snap up Honda
AC Milan hope to pick up Japan international midfielder Keisuke Honda on a free transfer when his CSKA Moscow contract runs out in January.