With plenty of transfer news and gossip doing the rounds, Sports Mole compiles a list of all the latest speculation.
This morning's headlines:
Thiago's father wants Man Utd move?
Barcelona midfielder Thiago Alcantara's father reportedly wants his son to move to Manchester United rather than their rivals Manchester City and Chelsea.
Report: Higuain to undergo Arsenal medical on Monday
Gonzalo Higuain is reported to be booked in for a medical at London Colney on Monday prior to joining Arsenal.
Napoli want quick Cavani decision
Napoli president Aurelio de Laurentiis tells Edinson Cavani that he must make a decision over his future by July 20.
Tottenham eye deal for Benteke?
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly willing to offer Aston Villa £20m and Emmanuel Adebayor to sign striker Christian Benteke.
Norwich enter Kone race
Norwich City reportedly enter the race for Wigan Athletic striker Arouna Kone.
Cardiff eye Wanyama swoop?
Cardiff City will reportedly beat Southampton to the signing of Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama as they are preparing a £10m offer.
Arsenal, Spurs target opts for Lyon?
Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur target Sebastien Corchia wants to join Lyon from Sochaux, according to his agent.
Report: Stoke struggling to offload Palacios
Stoke City boss Mark Hughes is reportedly struggling to offload midfielder Wilson Palacios and his £26,000-a-week wages at the Britannia stadium.
Hull plan Davies medical
Hull City remain confident of signing Curtis Davies after agreeing a fee with Birmingham City, with final talks and a medical scheduled for Monday afternoon.
Report: Southampton dealt triple transfer blow
Southampton have been dealt a blow in the transfer market as Radja Nainggolan, Victor Wanyama and Pablo Osvaldo all turn down moves to club, according to a report.
Bolton agree Beckford fee
Bolton Wanderers agree to pay Leicester City £1m for striker Jermaine Beckford, according to a report.
Monchengladbach deny Ter Stegen reports
Borussia Monchengladbach say that they are unaware of any bid from Barcelona for young goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen.