Aston Villa, Manchester City, Liverpool. West Ham, Arsenal, Real madrid, Inter Milan, Chelsea, Manchester United, Southampton, Fulham, Tottenham, Blackburn, West Brom, Benfica, Ajax, Sporting Lisbon and Bayern Munich are making the headlines today.
Real Madrid and France striker Karim Benzema is willing to join Aston Villa on loan if the Spanish giants sign Manchester City's Emmanuel Adebayor. (Mirror)
Liverpool are considering a summer move for Inter Milan striker Victor Obinna, currently ADVERTISEMENTon loan at West Ham. The defending Italian champions want 8m for the Nigeria international. (Talksport.co.uk)
The agent of Borussia Dortmund's Neven Subotic has told Arsenal they would be wasting their time pursuing the Serbia international defender.
But the Gunners look set to beat Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester United for the signature of Southampton's highly-rated teenage midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for 5m. (Daily Mail)
Fulham boss Mark Hughes has turned his attentions to Tottenham striker Robbie Keane following Roque Santa Cruz's preference to return to Blackburn. Republic of Ireland international Keane is also wanted by Aston Villa and Birmingham City. (Metro)
Former Manchester City boss Hughes said he would not be in a position to sign Adebayor. However, a he could still move for winger Shaun Wright-Phillips. (Mirror)
Liverpool interim boss Kenny Dalglish is also keen on bringing England international Wright-Phillips to Anfield. (Metro)
Chelsea are close to a 21m deal for Benfica centre-back David Luiz, with right-back Paulo Ferreira moving in the opposite direction. The Premier League champions are also keen on 18m Ajax right-back Gregory van der Wiel. (Mirror)
West Brom are face competition with Italian club Palermo for Sporting Lisbon defender Nuno Coelho. (Talksport.co.uk)
Bayern Munich's Mark van Bommel is being pursued by Tottenham and Aston Villa. The Netherlands international midfielder is out of contract in the summer, but Bayern are keen to cash in on the 33-year-old before he is released for nothing. (Metro)