WE take a look around the papers for latest from Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Liverpool, Sunderland and Celtic.
Arsenal have had a change of heart over Samir Nasri and will now accept bids of £22m to allow the Frenchman to follow Cesc Fabregas in leaving the club. Manager Arsene Wenger will pursue Valencia’s Juan Mata as a replacement.
Chelsea will offer Yossi Benayoun to Spurs as they try to seal the signing of Luka Modric.
Swansea want to bolster their forward line with the free-transfer signing of France veteran David Trezeguet.
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has suffered a setback in his pursuit of Real Madrid midfielder Lassana Diarra however, with an initial bid turned down by the Spanish giants who value the former Arsenal, Chelsea and Portsmouth star at £15.8m.
Arsenal have joined Tottenham in the race for FC Twente striker Bryan Ruiz.
Joey Barton could quit England to take up the chance to play in Russia with Zenit St Petersburg. An offer of a £68,000-a-week contract is expected.
Rangers have responded to Kenny Miller’s claim that they waited too long to bid for their former striker by saying they offered him more than the club he joined - Cardiff City.
Fabregas will have to pay Arsenal £4.5m - at a rate of £900,000 a year - to secure his move to boyhood club Barcelona.
Chelsea coach Roberto di Matteo travelled to Stuttgart to watch Santos playmaker Neymar score for Brazil in their 3-2 defeat by Germany. Real Madrid, Manchester City, Barcelona and Russian club Anzhi Makhachkala are all monitoring the 19-year-old.
Manchester City have lined up £5m-rated Fiorentina winger Alessio Cerci as an alternative target should they fail in their attempts to buy Samir Nasri from Arsenal.
Real Madrid winger Pedro Leon is a target for Fulham, Villa and Everton after turning down a move to Getafe.
The potential £2m sale of defender Joseph Yobo to Fenerbache could free up funds for Everton manager David Moyes to make moves in the transfer market.
Liverpool are on the verge of completing the signing of Jose Enrique from Newcastle in a £5.5m switch. The Magpies have an immediate replacement in mind with PSV Einghoven’s Erik Peters available for a similar fee.
Wigan are set to sign teenage striker Nouha Dicko from Strasbourg after the Frenchman impressed on trial.
Bradford believe they are owed money by Manchester United from midfielder Tom Cleverley’s loan spells at Leicester, Watford and Wigan. Cleverley moved to United as a 12-year-old from the Bantams in a deal that included 10% of any future deals involving the player.
Eto’o has agreed personal terms with Anzhi Makhachkala - and will become the highest-paid player in the world on wages of £300,000 a week.
Wigan have West Bromwich Albion frontman Peter Odemwingie in their sights as a replacement for Hugo Rodallega, who they fear could be a target for Arsenal.
Stoke are set to capitalise on Joey Barton’s fall-out with Newcastle by offering the midfielder wages of £60,000 a week.
Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers has made an approach to Middlesbrough for 24-year-old centre-back Matthew Bates.
Spurs goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes has said the riots in Tottenham have left the club “living in fear” - while Roman Pavlyuchenko has banned his wife from returning to Britain.
Tottenham may turn their attention to Villa Real’s Giuseppe Rossi again as Athletic Bilbao are unwilling to accept an offer for Fernando Llorente.
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has urged Sunderland fans not to heckle Jordan Henderson when the two sides meet on the opening day of the season.
Spurs are also believed to have entered talks with Porto over the possibility of signing Brazilian striker Hulk, who has an £88m buy-out clause in his contract.
Sunderland boss Steve Bruce hopes to set up a loan deal for Tottenham winger Niko Kranjcar.
The Potters have also made a final offer of £17m to Tottenham for striker Peter Crouch and midfielder Wilson Palacios.
Celtic are set to revive their interest in Fraser Forster by making a third and final offer to Newcastle United for the £2m-rated goalkeeper who spent last season on loan in Glasgow.
Chelsea may be without Fernando Torres for the start of the season after he suffered concussion in Spain’s 2-1 defeat by Italy on Wednesday.
Manchester United winger Bebe is set to be out of action for six months after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament playing for Portugal Under-21s.
Spanish player Javi Poves has quit La Liga club Sporting Gijon, saying he is taking a stance against a sport he describes as “rotten”.