All the best snippets from the Premier League, according to the national press, on Sunday, September 13
Louis van Gaal is ready to follow David De Gea in signing a new contract at Manchester United. The United boss originally planned to retire when his contract expires in 2017.
David Beckham wants Wayne Rooney to join his MLS Miami football franchise.
Sunderland reject Ricky Alvarez is in talks over a move to San Lorenzo in Argentina.
Tottenham are chasing teenage Empoli midfielder Assane Diousse.
Gary Bowyer says Blackburn pulled off the biggest coup of the transfer window by holding onto striker Jordan Rhodes.
Saido Berahino looks certain to reject a new deal from West Brom - despite playing yesterday.
Robbie Fowler wants to make his big break into management at Peterborough.
Kevin Nolan has spoken to Bolton about making an emotional return.
Emmanuel Adebayor is in talks with Tottenham that could lead to his contract being terminated. The unwanted Spurs striker, who turned down moves to West Ham and Aston Villa on Deadline Day is training with the Under-21 side to retain fitness.
Dick Advocaat has not ruled out staying another year at Sunderland despite a difficult start to his first full year at the club.
Papiss Cisse has been told he is staying at Newcastle.
David De Gea has a £30million buy-out clause in his new contract.
Jordon Ibe is on Roy Hodgson's radar - and the England boss is confident Liverpool's rising star will snub Nigeria in favour of the Three Lions.
Valencia and Atletico Madrid have been alerted to Nathan Oduwa's form for Rangers.
Heurelho Gomes has dropped a bombshell on Watford - by declaring his aim is to rejoin former club PSV Eindhoven.
Southampton lead the race to sign two of Europe's top prospects, FC Zurich winger Nishan Burkhart and Sandviken striker Raphael York.
Manchester United are leading the race to sign Wolves kid Niall Ennis.
Johan Mjallby is quitting as big pal Neil Lennon's assistant at struggling Bolton.
Michail Antonio's move to West Ham could put an end to Nottingham Forest's transfer embargo.
Steve McClaren is teeing up a £12million swoop for Diafra Sakho.
West Ham want to send French rebel Morgan Amalifitano out on loan to cut their wage bill.
Emmanuel Adebayor is locked in talks over leaving Tottenham immediately. The misfit striker, 31, has held discussions about going on loan, or a permanent move to the Middle East where the transfer window is still open.
Liverpool are keen on landing 21-year-old Moi Gomez from Villarreal, while Reds striker Joao Teixeira is wanted by Brentford.
Everton and Newcastle are both tracking Burnley centre-back Michael Keane.
Kevin Nolan has held talks over a possible shock move back to his beloved Bolton.
Gary Hooper's bid to escape from Norwich has suffered a badly-timed double blow.
Manchester City have flown in Nigerian wonderkid Bright Etaghara to join their expanding empire.
German giants Bayern Munich have joined the growing clutch of big clubs chasing Birmingham City wonder-kid Demarai Gray.
Dick Advocaat has ruled out staying for another year at Sunderland.
Robbie Fowler is pleading for the chance to make his big break into management with Peterborough.
Roy Hodgson has put Liverpool starlet Jordon Ibe on alert for an England call-up - but he won't beg the youngster, who is eligible to play for Nigeria through his father, to nail his colours to England's mast.
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Aston Villa boss Tim Sherwood, who failed to sign Emmanuel Adebayor in the summer, says he might try again.
Manchester City are set to miss out on their prime summer transfer target Paul Pogba, who they come up against on Tuesday night. He's set to join Barcelona.
Manchester United have made David De Gea the best paid goalkeeper in the history of the game.
Dick Advocaat could extend his time in charge at Sunderland.
League One side Oldham Athletic have sacked manager Darren Kelly after just four months in charge after a 5-1 home defeat against managerless Peterborough.
Dick Advocaat has admitted that he wants to remain at Sunderland beyond the end of the season and wishes he was 10 years younger so he could devote a decade to helping the club.
Tim Sherwood will consider another move for Emmanuel Adebayor in January after claiming the Tottenham Hotspur outcast would play for nothing.