Michael Essien is to be offered to Spurs in the latest Chelsea bid for Luka Modric. Full story: Metro
But furious Spurs chairman Daniel Levy will tear up any written transfer request from creative midfielder Modric. (News of the World - subscription required).
Former Tottenham captain Gary Mabbutt insists the club must sell Modric and "move on".Full story: talkSPORT
Sunderland have triggered a bidding war for Ipswich Town striker Connor Wickham by offering £10m for the 18-year-old, who is also attracting interest from Liverpool, Newcastle, Tottenham and Arsenal. (News of the World - subscription required).
Everton midfielder Marouane Fellaini has told the club that his desire to play Champions League football may force him to leave. (News of the World - subscription required).
Chelsea have launched a stunning £50m bid to sign Atletico Madrid striker Sergio Aguero. Daily Star
Arsene Wenger is weighing up the most astonishing transfer swoop of the summer - for Joey Barton. The Arsenal manager has finally accepted the need to inject some bite and experience into his team of perennial underachievers.
Full story: Sunday People
Liverpool and Arsenal are ready to battle it out for Birmingham City centre-half Scott Dann - but prices in the Blues' clear-out are proving too high.Full story: Sunday People
Manchester City and Spurs are battling Man United for the signature of Everton midfielder Jack Rodwell.Full story: Daily Star
Fulham and West Ham are expected to challenge Swansea City for the signing of Leeds winger Max Gradel. (Sunday Telegraph).
Fulham have started talks with Aberdeen over a £1m switch to the London club for 18-year-old midfielder Fraser Fyvie that should be finalised this week. (Sunday Mail)
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has made Maccabi Petah Tikva striker Omer Damari his top summer target after conceding defeat in his attempt to sign Reading's Shane Long - and the Israeli is keen on the £2.5m switch. (News of the World)
Maccabi Petah Tikva have raised the asking price for striker Omer Damari to three million euros as Celtic prepare a £1.7m bid. (Sunday Mail)
Honduras left-back Emilio Izaguirre, one year into a four-year contract, says he is undecided about whether he will remain with Celtic, with Paris St Germain and Bordeaux joining English, Spanish, German and Portuguese clubs expressing an interest. (Various)
Rangers and Celtic are set to go head-to-jed to land Neil Danns after Hull City cooled their interest in the Crystal Palace midfielder. (Sunday Mail)
Rangers defender Madjid Bougherra says he has snubbed a "mouthwatering" offer from Quatar champions Lekhwiya because he needs to be playing Champions League football and could now see out the remaining year of his Ibrox contract. (Sunday Mail)
Stuart Pearce is ready to pledge his future to England for another two years and intends to mark his new contract by leading his Under-21 side back from the brink.Full story: Mail on Sunday
Patrick Vieira will be able to choose between Man City and Arsenal for a coaching role.
Full story: Metro
Inter Milan are considering a move for Fabio Capello, should current coach Leonardo leave to go to Paris Saint Germain.Full story: skysports.com
West Ham's £4m signing Kevin Nolan is angry that manager Alan Pardew did not fight harder to keep him at Newcastle. (News of the World - subscription required).
Birmingham City want former Newcastle boss Chris Hughton to replace Alex McLeish as manager at St Andrews.
Full story: Sunday People
New Rangers owner Craig Whyte is disappointed that the old board "didn't go gracefully instead of going disgracefully" and are sniping at him in the background. (Scotland on Sunday)
Craig Whyte says there is no way back for Martin Bain, the chief executive he suspended on completion of his takeover of Rangers. (Scotland on Sunday)
Scotland coach Craig Levein thinks Scottish Premier League clubs are being short-changed as English outfits take their top players - like Charlie Adam, James McCarthy and Danny Wilson - in cut-price deals. (Various)
Scottish-born Wigan midfielder James McCarthy has hit back at Robbie Keane's claim that he did not have the appetite to play for Republic of Ireland by insisting it was injury that led him to withdraw from recent international games. (News of the World)
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