With the summer transfer window well and truly hotting up, Sports Mole looks at the latest news and gossip.
Saturday afternoon's headlines:
Laurent Blanc remains confident over Edinson Cavani deal
Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc remains confident over concluding a deal to sign Napoli striker Edinson Cavani this summer.
Juventus consider fresh Aleksandar Kolarov approach
Juventus reportedly line up a fresh bid for Manchester City's unsettled Serbian full-back Aleksandar Kolarov.
Neil Lennon expects Gary Hooper departure
Celtic manager Neil Lennon admits that Gary Hooper looks likely to leave the Glasgow giants this summer.
Toby Alderweireld rejects Norwich City move
Belgium international Toby Alderweireld rejects a move to Norwich City, with the player's agent revealing that the two parties failed to agree personal terms.
Kevin Gameiro eager to leave Paris Saint-Germain
PSG striker Kevin Gameiro confirms that he wants to leave the French champions this summer in search of regular football.
Joey Barton agrees Marseille return
Marseille coach Elie Baup reveals that he has agreed personal terms over Joey Barton's return to France, with a deal still to be given the green light by Queens Park Rangers.
Norwich City, Hull City track Ashley Barnes?
Brighton & Hove Albion striker Ashley Barnes is attracting interest from the Premier League, according to reports.
Richard Dunne undergoes Queens Park Rangers medical?
Richard Dunne reportedly moves closer to joining Queens Park Rangers following a medical with the Championship club.
Paul Lambert offers Ciaran Clark, Ashley Westwood new contracts
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert offers youngsters Ciaran Clark and Ashley Westwood new four-year contracts.
Sunderland make Bastian Oczipka enquiry
Sunderland reportedly ask Eintracht Frankfurt about the availability of full-back Bastian Oczipka.
Matt Doherty reveals Wolverhampton Wanderers contract talks
Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Matt Doherty reveals that he is in talks with the club about extending his stay at Molineux.