With transfer deadline day around the corner, Sports Mole looks at the latest news and gossip.
Saturday evening's headlines:
Steven Gerrard: 'Luis Suarez needs to decide his future'
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard insists that only Luis Suarez can decide what his future holds.
Newcastle United to rival Everton for James McCarthy?
Newcastle United will reportedly rival Everton for the signature of Wigan Athletic midfielder James McCarthy.
Tottenham Hotspur confirm Clint Dempsey departure
Tottenham Hotspur reveal that they have agreed to let Clint Dempsey join the Seattle Sounders.
Report: Lionel Messi to sign new Barcelona deal
A report claims that Lionel Messi could be given a pay rise by Barcelona following Neymar's arrival at the club.
Stephan El Shaarawy never considered leaving AC Milan
AC Milan youngster Stephan El Shaarawy claims that he never thought about leaving the club.
Cristian Tello signs new Barcelona deal
Barcelona forward Cristian Tello signs a new contract until 2018 with the Spanish champions.
Report: Sheffield Wednesday to face competition for PSG duo
A report claims that Sheffield Wednesday will face competition to sign Paris Saint-Germain duo Abdelrafik Gerard and Arnaud Honore this summer.
Lee Clark expects Marlon King exit
Birmingham City boss Lee Clark reveals that Marlon King has been told that he can leave the club.
Steve Bruce: 'Wilson Palacios deal unlikely'
Hull City manager Steve Bruce admits that the club will probably not sign Stoke City midfielder Wilson Palacios.
Sunderland's Paolo Di Canio: Summer changes were "necessary"
Sunderland manager Paolo Di Canio admits that changes were needed to his side this summer to end bad habits embedded in the club.
Sean Dyche looking for Charlie Austin replacement
Burnley manager Sean Dyche reveals that he is looking to sign a replacement for Charlie Austin.
Everton plot Aiden McGeady bid?
Spartak Moscow winger Aiden McGeady reportedly emerges as a transfer target for Everton.
Morecambe sign Padraig Armond
Morecambe sign former Accrington Stanley striker Padraig Amond on a two-year contract.