8am Transfer Talk Update: Diego Costa, Luke Shaw, Thomas Vermaelen

Sports Mole rounds up the latest transfer news and gossip making this morning's headlines.

As transfer news and speculation continues to rumble on, Sports Mole has rounded up the latest stories.

Tuesday morning's headlines:

Atletico: 'Costa to Chelsea not agreed'
Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo says that the club have not received any money from Chelsea for prolific striker Diego Costa.

Koeman to up Shaw asking price by £10m?
New Southampton manager Ronald Koeman reportedly ups the asking price for Manchester United target Luke Shaw from £30m to £40m.

Arsenal reject Man Utd's Vermaelen bid?
Arsenal reportedly turn down an offer from Manchester United for defender Thomas Vermaelen.

Man Utd pay Herrera's release clause?
Manchester United reportedly meet the release clause in Ander Herrera's contract ahead of a proposed move to Old Trafford from Athletic Bilbao.

Balbi: 'Suarez has nothing left to prove in England'
Luis Suarez's father-in-law Gustavo Balbi believes that the striker should leave Liverpool for a Spanish club this summer.

Ferdinand agrees QPR move?
Rio Ferdinand reportedly agrees to join Queens Park Rangers on a free transfer this summer after leaving Manchester United at the end of last season.

Chelsea 'won't allow another Lukaku loan'
Chelsea will either permanently sell Romelu Lukaku or offer the striker a contract extension, suggests the Belgium international's agent.

Report: Sunderland to up Williams bid
Sunderland will improve their offer for Swansea City defender Ashley Williams after their £4m bid was rejected, according to a report.

Debuchy 'misses' European football
Mathieu Debuchy suggests that he could leave Newcastle United after admitting that he 'misses' European football.

Hull hopeful of Snodgrass capture?
Hull City are reportedly hopeful that they can persuade Robert Snodgrass to move to the KC Stadium from Norwich City.

Llorente: "My future is at Juventus"
Fernando Llorente insists that he will remain at Juventus, despite being linked with a move to Barcelona.

O'Shea happy to commit to Sunderland
John O'Shea claims that he is "more than happy" at Sunderland following rumours that Tottenham Hotspur are interested in the defender's services.

Hertha Berlin complete Heitinga signing
John Heitinga joins Hertha Berlin from Fulham on a free transfer.

Peltier returns to Huddersfield
Lee Peltier re-signs for Huddersfield Town on a three-year contract after leaving Leeds United by mutual consent.

Hourihane completes Barnsley move
Barnsley announce the capture of Conor Hourihane from Plymouth Argyle on a three-year deal.

McLaughlin signs Fleetwood extension
Conor McLaughlin signs a three-year contract extension with newly-promoted League One side Fleetwood Town.

Robert Snodgrass of Norwich City celebrates scoring the opening goal as a dejected John O'Shea of Sunderland reacts during the Barclays Premier League match on March 22, 2014
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