Transfer news, rumours and gossip from Tuesday's papers
Published 09:08 18/10/11 By Football Spy
The transfer window may be shut, but some clubs are already planning their assault on the next one in January.
Here's the best stories from today's papers:
Transfer stories from today's Daily Mirror:
Today's transfer stories from other papers and websites:
Chelsea are weighing up a move for 17-year-old Argentina whizkid Lucas Ocampos , who has been dubbed the new Cristiano Ronaldo and currently plays for River Plate. (Daily Mail)
Arsene Wenger last night revealed HALF of Arsenal's stars wanted to quit the club in the summer, which he said was his most difficult in 15 years at the club. (The Sun)
David Moyes has admitted he is worried about Everton ’s ability to keep hold of rising star Ross Barkley, with many of the top clubs already circling. "Every club will want Ross as he is going to be an outstanding player," he said. (Daily Mail)
Paris St Germain's Qatar owners are lining up a TV role to help David Beckham join them.PSG want to use Becks to promote Al Jazeera Sports, which will broadcast Ligue 1 action from 2012 onwards. (Daily Mail)
Everton, West Brom and Fulham want Barnsley midfielder Jacob Butterfield . (Daily Star)
Manchester City have given midfield starlet Mohammed Abu a new deal until 2014. (The Sun)
Porto striker Hulk has distanced himself from talk of a move to Inter Milan, but did not rule out moving to England, Spain or Italy at some point. He said: "The Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga and Serie A are where people really want to play, where the stadiums are always full. If I had to leave for one of those leagues, I would leave happily."
Tottenham are locked in a battle with AC Milan to clinch the signature of Brazilian teenage sensation Casemiro . (talkSPORT)
Arsenal are waiting in the wings to nab Manchester United wonderkid Paul Pogba, if the French youngster fails to agree a new deal at Old Trafford. (Metro)
Zenit St Petersburg have joined Manchester City in the race to sign Napoli hotshot Ezequiel Lavezzi. (talkSPORT)