1550 BST: Newcastle striker Obafemi Martins is keen to stay at the relegated club, but admits they are likely to sell him. (Evening Chronicle)
1455 BST: Atletico Madrid say the club will now listen to "interesting offers" for star forward Sergio Aguero. Argentine Aguero has been linked with both Chelsea and Manchester United. (French radio station RMC)
1408 BST: Gennaro Gattuso's agent has quashed reports his client will leave AC Milan this summer. Gattuso had been linked with a move to Chelsea. (Press Association)
1401 BST: Liverpool midfielder Yossi Benayoun has played down reports linking him to a move to Champions League winners Barcelona. (Press Association)
1355 BST: Roma are hoping to land Chelsea misfit Andriy Shevchenko on a free transfer. (Daily Mail)
1352 BST: Sulley Muntari's agent says Tottenham have had a bid for the Inter Milan midfielder rejected. (Daily Mail)
1342 BST: Sheffield United are understood to have made an offer, believed to be in the region of £1.5m, for Manchester City striker Ched Evans. (The Sheffield Star)
1215 BST: Middlesbrough say they will not sell defender David Wheater unless they are made an offer they cannot refuse. (Press Association)
1121 BST: Ezequiel Lavezzi's agent insists Serie A club Napoli have received an offer from Liverpool for the Argentine striker. (Press Association)
1049 BST:Bayern Munich general manager Uli Hoeness will only consider selling Franck Ribery if his club receive a "crazy" bid for the France midfielder. (German newspaper Tz)
1026 BST: Carlos Tevez's future may now be at Manchester United and not rivals City after Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer to Real Madrid. (Manchester Evening News)
1015 BST: Brazilian playmaker Kaka has expressed delight at Ronaldo's move from Manchester United to join him at Real Madrid. (Press Association)
1004 BST: Juventus are ready to offer David Trezeguet to Manchester City in exchange for Elano, according to reports in Italy. (Sky Sports)
1004 BST: Stoke City goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen has played down reports linking him with a transfer to Bayern Munich. (The Sentinel)
0955 BST: Burnley have denied speculation linking them to Newcastle winger Damien Duff. (Lancashire Telegraph)
0932 BST: Everton defender Joleon Lescott has played down reports linking him with a move to Manchester City. (Press Association)
RONALDO GOSSIP - WORLD REACTION
Spain's biggest-selling newspaper, Marca, has hailed the signing as "The signing of the century" on their front cover and "A signing from another galaxy" on page two.
Fellow Madrid-based sports daily, AS, claim Ronaldo will wear the number nine shirt at the Bernebau also saying that "Praise is mixed with criticism for the price, a new world record - 94m euros for the number one."
The El Mundo newspaper focused on Ronaldo's huge price tag, commenting: "Madrid pay for Ronaldo 57 times his weight in gold."
WORLD PRESS REACTION
Spain's Marca: "The signing of the century."
Spain's AS: "Praise is mixed with criticism for the price, a new world record."
Spain's El Mundo: "Madrid pay for Ronaldo 57 times his weight in gold."
Spain's El Pais: "Florentino Perez lives in another galaxy."
Portugal's Record: "Real Madrid spend 94m euros for Ronaldo in times of crisis."
Italy's Gazzetta dello Sport: "That's not fair. Mad Real. After Kaka, Real Madrid sign Cristiano Ronaldo."
France's L'Equipe: ""Benzema's turn?"
America's Los Angeles Times: "The hair-gel industry in north-west England suffered a catastrophic blow on Thursday."
"Florentino Perez lives in another galaxy," slams Spanish newspaperEl Pais.
Barcelona-based sports newspaper El Mundo Deportivo's front-page headline, meanwhile, pulled no punches, reading:"CR94. Madness!"
Portuguese sports newspaper Record was equally as critical of the transfer fee, commenting: "Real Madrid spend 94m euros for Ronaldo in times of crisis. He will earn more in 24 hours than our president of the Republic in two months."
The Italian press were equally miffed, with Gazzetta dello Sport saying: "That's not fair. Mad Real. After Kaka, Real Madrid sign Cristiano Ronaldo."
French daily L'Equipe believed the transfer could provide United with the funds to make a bid for Lyon forward Karim Benzema, with their headline reading: "Benzema's turn?"
America's Los Angeles Times took a more quirky look at the transfer by jokingly saying: "The hair-gel industry in north-west England suffered a catastrophic blow on Thursday in a world-record sports transaction after which the soccer marvel Cristiano Ronaldo seemed Spain-bound."
RONALDO GOSSIP - UK REACTION
Manchester United are fighting to halt an exodus after Cristiano Ronaldo's record £80m transfer to Real Madrid with Nemanja Vidic being targeted by Barcelona. (Full story: The Times)
And Manchester City appear to have beaten United to the signature of Argentine striker Carlos Tevez. (Full story: The Times)
United manager Sir Alex Ferguson insists it was his decision entirely to allow Ronaldo to leave for Madrid. (Full story: Daily Express)
Ferguson only allowed Ronaldo to leave on the proviso that he would get to spend all of the world record £80m transfer fee on new players. (Full story: Daily Star)
Kilmarnock defender David Lilley is set to depart Rugby Park after talks over a new deal collapsed. (The Star)
Spanish left-back Xabi Castillo is waiting on the outcome of the managerial position at Celtic to find out if he is able to pursue his preferred option of a move to Scotland in the summer. (Daily Mail)
Dundee are waiting on an answer from ex-Clyde striker Pat Clarke after offering the 24-year-old a contract at Dens Park. (Daily Mail)
Liverpool are hopeful of securing a £350m refinancing loan after vowing to pump more money into the club. (The Sun)
Investment banker Keith Harris and former Newcastle chairman Freddie Shepherd have met to discuss the purchase of the Magpies. (Daily Express)
Chelsea have failed in their bid to tempt AC Milan legend Paulo Maldini to join the club in an undefined role. (Full story: The Times)
Mark McGhee has dropped his wage demands for the Aberdeen job in a bid to push through his prolonged switch from Fir Park to Pittodrie. (The Star)
Meanwhile, the deal to secure McGhee as Aberdeen manager has stalled because the compensation package to Motherwell has been deemed unsuitable. (Daily Record)
Suspended Livingston manager Paul Hegarty claims he will not sit down with Livingston owner Angelo Massone until he is paid. (The Star)
Celtic have drawn up a radical plan to save the Scottish Premier League which involves reducing the number of teams to 10 and abandoning the split. (Daily Record)
Former top referee Hugh Dallas is to become the Saturday night judge and jury of controversial incidents and bring instant verdicts to the public in a new Scottish Football Association plan to bring clarity to the public. (Daily Record)
Hibernian manager John Hughes is ready to make out-of-contract Falkirk keeper Dani Mallo his first signing since taking over at Easter Road. (Daily Record)
Irish rising young management star Pat Fenlon has declared his interest in landing a job in Scotland's top-flight. (Daily Record)
David Beckham's pants brought London traffic to a halt on Bond Street after a 50ft billboard revealing him only wearing underwear was unveiled. (Full story: Daily Star)
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