As another weekend comes to a close, Sports Mole looks at the latest transfer news and gossip.
Sunday evening's headlines:
Barcelona vice-president: 'Cesc Fabregas will stay'
Barcelona vice-president Javier Faus insists that Cesc Fabregas will not be leaving the club this summer, despite interest from Manchester United.
Jean-Michel Aulas: 'Minor issues will delay Bafetimbi Gomis deal'
Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas claims that Newcastle United's proposed move for striker Bafetimbi Gomis could be delayed by "minor issues".
Liverpool to sign Aly Cissokho?
Sunderland target Aly Cissokho will snub a move to the North East in favour of Liverpool, according to a report.
Arsenal's Gervinho 'arrives in Rome for medical'
Pictures circulate on the internet that appear to show Arsenal forward Gervinho arriving at an airport in Rome ahead of a medical at Roma.
Tottenham Hotspur to step up hunt for centre-back?
Injury to Michael Dawson has seen Tottenham Hotspur step up their quest for a centre-back in the transfer market, according to a report.
Christian Purslow: 'Luis Suarez won't join Arsenal'
Former Liverpool managing director Christian Purslow believes that Luis Suarez will not join Arsenal this summer.
Harry Redknapp: 'Joey Barton not joining Everton'
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp claims that Joey Barton joining Everton is "not an option".
Chris Hughton explains Norwich City departures
Chris Hughton admits that Andrew Surman and Leon Barnett left Norwich City to gain regular football elsewhere.
Newcastle United's Joe Kinnear: 'We are close to new signings'
Newcastle United director of football Joe Kinnear believes new signings will come in before the start of the season.
Giorgio Chiellini dismisses Real Madrid interest
Giorgio Chiellini dismisses reported interest from Real Madrid, insisting that he wants to stay at Juventus and win more trophies under Antonio Conte.
Stephen Hunt turns down French club?
A report claims that former Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Stephen Hunt is not keen to join Valenciennes.
Juventus confirm two strikers will depart club
Juventus director-general Giuseppe Marotta says that the club must offload at least two strikers before the start of the Serie A season.