Nani next out of Old Trafford, Franck Ribery staying put, Spurs get axing and much more in today's Paper Talk
Manchester United seem to be in generous mood when it come to offloading their Portuguese wingers - following Cristiano Ronaldo out of the Old Trafford door could be Nani, who is in talks about a return - on loan or otherwise - to Sporting Lisbon. Joao Moutinho, their captain and playmaker, could be used in exchange.
Meanwhile if Chelsea want to sign French star Franck Ribery, they will have to shell out an eye-watering £65m as Bayern Munich really don't want to let the forward go.
See why he is so highly rated by the Blues here . (The Times)
Also Chelsea will not be seeing Dutch ace Clarence Seedorf after the AC Milan midfielder said: "I have a contract with Milan." (Daily Star)
But the Blues have turned their attention to AZ Alkmaar striker Moussa Dembele after a £12m deal for FC Twente striker Marko Arnautovic broke down after his medical revealed a foot fracture, and West Ham joined the race to sign Manchester City forward Danny Sturridge. (Daily Mail)
At least Didier Drogba will not be leaving Stamford Bridge, for Manchester City - who offered £18m - or anywhere else. The Ivorian wants to stay at Chelsea. (The Sun)
Harry Redknapp wants to boot 14 players out of the Spurs doors, including winger David Bentley and strikers Darren Bent and Roman Pavlyuchenko, who cost the London club £47.8m between them.
England winger Bentley, who is attracting Aston Villa's attention, is valued at £12m by Tottenham chief executive Daniel Levy. (Daily Express)
And Spurs will slug it out with Sunderland and Stoke to sign centre-back Richard Dunne from Manchester City.