We take a look around the papers for the latest news from Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Fulham, Liverpool, Newcastle, Sunderland and Real Madrid.
Sunderland boss Martin O’Neill is ready to offer £8m for Fulham’s unsettled, 30-year-old striker Bobby Zamora - but faces a fight to get him to move from London.
He also brought Nicklas Bendtner down to earth by saying he wasn’t a proper player...yet.
Real Madrid star Kaka is considering his future once again in a move that will reignite interest from Arsenal and Chelsea.
Fulham are leading the chase to sign Bayern Munich striker Ivica Olic, who has struggled to command a regular first-team place with the German side.
Arsenal will offload Marouane Chamakh back to France next month and may make a shock swoop for Wigan forward Hugo Rodallega.
Tottenham insist that Luka Modric will not reignite his desire to join Chelsea in January, and that any potential move across London is ‘dead’.
Liverpool will reportedly look to lure Koln attacker Lukas Podolski to Anfield as the Merseyside club look to beef up their attacking options following Luis Suarez’s ban.
The agent of Anderlecht midfielder Lucas Biglia has confirmed that Arsenal and Manchester United are amongst the sides keen to sign his client.
Blackburn manager Steve Kean is set to receive a stay of execution and will be in charge for their trip to Liverpool on Boxing Day.
Pepe Reina has criticised the Football Association’s decision to ban Liverpool team-mate Luis Suarez for eight games, accusing the governing body of “crucifying” the striker.
Chelsea’s £50m striker Fernando Torres has brushed off reports that the Blues could be looking to cut their losses and sell him in January.