Here is all of Monday’s transfer gossip and paper talk...
Newcastle, who lost out on Loic Remy when QPR came in at the 11th hour, could miss out on another top target. The Mapgies have agreed a fee for Montpellier defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa but Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is weighing up a last minute move for the Frenchman. (Daily Mirror)
Arsenal are being offered Lyon midfielder Yoann Gourcuff on loan. The French club are keen to offload the 26-year-old’s £80,000 a week wages. (Daily Mail)
Liverpool have been told they will have to up their offer to land young Brazilian star Philippe Coutinho. The Reds were prepared to pay around £8million for the Inter Milan midfielder, but had that offer rejected at the weekend. (Daily Mirror)
Mario Balotelli's Manchester City future could be decided this week, with talks expected between the Premier League champions and AC Milan on Monday. (Guardian)
Ashley Cole will become the highest paid defender in world football after negotiating a new one-year contract with Chelsea worth just under £200,000 a week. (Daily Mail)
Adel Taarabt is in talks with AC Milan over a move to the San Siro and the Rossoneri are confident of sealing a deal for the QPR playmaker by the end of the month. (Daily Mirror)
QPR, meanwhile, are exploring a shock move for Chelsea misfit Florent Malouda. (Daily Mail)
Liverpool’s Sebastián Coates and Ronald Zubar from Wolverhampton Wanderers are also loan targets for Martinez. (Daily Telegraph)
Reading are considering a bargain £1.5million swoop for Birmingham stopper Curtis Davies. (Daily Mirror)
Fulham are trying to tie up a £500,000 deal for Vasilis Torosidis. The Olympiakos defender, 27, is out of contract in the summer. (The Sun)
Norwich City boss Chris Hughton is set to snap up keeper Lee Camp on a free - and beat neighbours Ipswich to his signature. (Daily Mirror)
Wolves and Doncaster are chasing striker Jason Scotland, who is available on a free after negotiating a pay-off from Ipswich. (The Sun)
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