- Everton ace Seamus Coleman is targeting a shock switch to French heavyweights Paris Saint-Germain.
- Manchester United have offered Real Madrid £65m plus goalkeeper David de Gea for Gareth Bale.
- Chelsea will have to break the British transfer record and splash out £72m for the services of Paul Pogba from Juventus. The Frenchman is demanding a contract worth £82.5m over five years.
- Sky Sports football expert Gary Neville says Arsenal have become a "soft touch".
- The deal Chelsea are hoping to seal to take on John Stones from Everton is "dead".
- Manchester United goalkeeper legend Peter Schmeichel has branded the handling of the David de Gea saga by his old club as "an absolute joke".
- Gareth Bale has given his first full-length interview in Spanish on local TV and reveals his dreams to emulate the feats of his first season at Real Madrid, when his goals helped his side win the Copa del Rey and Champions League. He also wants to guide Wales to Euro 2016.
- Manchester United are ready to make goalkeeper David de Gea suffer for the rest of the transfer window before making a decision on whether to let him join Real Madrid.
- Everton's security staff have reviewed their policies, with John Stones staying in a hotel after being forced out of his home because of fans angry over his requests to leave.
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- Benzema move still possible
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