Here is all of Thursday’s transfer gossip and paper talk...
Manchester City are preparing to launch an audacious £40million bid for Liverpool star Luis Suarez in January. (Daily Mirror)
Liverpool's Pepe Reina is also a target of a rival club with the keeper back on the radar of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger, as the Frenchman looks to sure up his leaky defence in the January transfer window. (Metro)
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is ready to bring Blackpool’s Thomas Ince back to Anfield in a £5million deal – just over a year after the 20-year-old was let go on a free transfer. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli will stay at the club despite interest from AC Milan, according to his agent. (Metro)
Schalke star Klaas Jan Huntelaar is weighing up whether to join a Premier League club. The Dutch striker, 29, is out of contract at the end of the season and is wanted by Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool. (The Sun)
Russian playmaker Andrey Arshavin has been urged to quit Arsenal for Reading - by fellow countryman Pavel Pogrebnyak. (Daily Mirror)
Tottenham misfit Hugo Lloris will seek showdown talks with Andre Villas-Boas when he arrives back from international duty. (Daily Mail)
Marouane Fellaini has warned Chelsea he is no hurry to leave Everton. The Champions League winners are planning a £30million January move for the in-form midfielder. (The Sun)
Norwich manager Chris Hughton has put a new striker at the top of his January shopping list. Arsenal misfit Marouane Chamakh and West Ham’s Carlton Cole are early targets for Hughton. (Daily Mail)
And here are the latest tales from talkSPORT.co.uk...
Man United lining up bid for Roma starlet
Barcelona midfielder brushes off Man City speculation
Tottenham and Newcastle target admits he could quit Italy
Neymar must move to Europe, says Ronaldo
West Ham eyeing Croatian forward as Anelka alternative
Chelsea and Tottenham told Shakhtar star will cost £28m
Liverpool and Arsenal eyeing Barcelona youngster as contract talks stall
Chelsea target admits Premier League move is a 'dream'