Following another busy day in the summer transfer window, Sports Mole rounds up the latest news and gossip.
Tuesday morning's headlines:
Luis Suarez considering legal action against Liverpool?
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez is prepared to pursue legal action against the Reds to force through a move away from Anfield this summer, according to reports.
Adel Taarabt set for Fulham medical
QPR midfielder Adel Taarabt is set to undergo a medical at Fulham ahead of a proposed loan move.
Report: Liverpool prepared to sell cut-price Stewart Downing
Newcastle are readying a £5m offer for Stewart Downing after being told that Liverpool are prepared to sell the winger for a cut-price fee, according to a report.
Report: West Bromwich Albion unlikely to pursue Jermain Defoe
West Brom will not pursue their reported interest in Tottenham striker Jermain Defoe unless the England international became available on loan, according to a report.
Diego Costa: 'I'm happy at Atletico Madrid'
Liverpool target Diego Costa insists that he is happy at current club Atletico Madrid and has heard nothing of a potential move to the Reds.
Loic Remy completes Newcastle United loan move
Newcastle United complete the signing of QPR striker Loic Remy on a season-long loan.
Kurt Zouma "sure" of Saint-Etienne stay
Saint Etienne's 18-year-old defender Kurt Zouma insists that he will be staying with the Ligue 1 outfit despite reported interest from Liverpool and other teams across Europe.
Bernard yet to commit to Shakhtar Donetsk move
Apparent Arsenal and Spurs target Bernard stresses that he will not put pen to paper on his potential move to Shakhtar Donetsk when he visits the club this week.
Paul Ince hopeful son Thomas Ince will stay at Blackpool
Blackpool manager Paul Ince remains hopeful that son Thomas Ince will still be at the club next month, while admitting that there is still plenty of interest in the young forward.
Aston Villa reknew Hiroshi Kiyotake interest
Aston Villa Paul Lambert wants to sign Nuremburg midfielder Hiroshi Kiyotake before the transfer window closes, but must offload a string of fringe players to finance the deal.