With plenty of transfer gossip doing the rounds, Sports Mole takes a look at the stories emerging from the rumourmill this morning.
This morning's headlines:
Rooney to sign new deal?
Wayne Rooney is close to agreeing a new contract to stay at Manchester United until 2018, a report says.
Arsenal agree Draxler fee?
Arsenal reportedly agree a fee with Schalke to bring midfielder Julian Draxler to the club.
Manchester United make Shaw bid?
Manchester United make a £22.5m bid for Luke Shaw, according to a report.
Manchester United confirm Mata move
Manchester United confirm that Juan Mata will join the team for a club-record fee.
Vucinic refuses to rule out Arsenal move?
Juventus striker Mirko Vucinic will reportedly not rule out a move to Arsenal before the transfer window closes.
Moyes targets Kroos move?
Manchester United manager David Moyes is reportedly interested in signing Bayern Munich midfielder Toni Kroos in the summer.
MLS clubs target Ferdinand?
Rio Ferdinand is a transfer target for clubs in America, according to a report.
West Ham unsure over Lescott deal?
West Ham United are reluctant to sign Joleon Lescott from Manchester City on loan because of his high wages, according to a report.
Sissoko in talks with Crystal Palace?
Former Liverpool midfielder Mohamed Sissoko reportedly snubs the chance to join West Ham United as talks over a free transfer to Crystal Palace continue.
Newcastle close to De Jong deal?
Borussia Monchengladback striker Luuk de Jong will reportedly complete his move to Newcastle United early next week.
Lazio target Anelka deal?
Lazio are willing to offer West Bromwich Albion striker Nicolas Anelka a six-month deal, according to a report.
West Brom favourites to sign Ings?
West Bromwich Albion are leading the chase for Burnley striker Danny Ings, a report claims.
Norwich want £6m for Snodgrass?
Norwich City want £6m for winger Robert Snodgrass, according to a report.
Leeds reject McCormack bid
Leeds United confirm that they have rejected an offer believed to be in the region of £3.5m from West Ham for the Championship's top goalscorer Ross McCormack.