Here is all of Thursday's transfer gossip and paper talk...
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel is wanted by former club Zenit St Petersburg. The Russian transfer window is open until 24 February and Zenit are keen to re-sign the Slovakia centre-back, 28, who they sold to the Reds in 2008. (Daily Mail)
Manchester City coach Angelo Gregucci says the club want Napoli striker Edinson Cavani but expect stiff competition for the Uruguay striker, 25. (ESPN)
Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has raised doubts about his future at Anfield. The Uruguayan, 26, said: "We will see at the end of the season what Liverpool's position is - we're not the Liverpool of old." (Daily Mirror)
But Suarez has also said that hearing the Liverpool fans sing 'You'll Never Walk Alone' makes him want to stay at Anfield for years to come. (The Sun)
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is facing competition from Bayern Munich for Borussia Dortmund forward Robert Lewandowski, 24. (The Sun)
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could return for Toulouse midfielder Etienne Capoue after failing with a move for the France international, 25, in January. (Daily Telegraph)
Chelsea could meet the £5m buy-out clause for Santos youngster Neilton, 19. The Brazilian teenager has been described as the "new Neymar". (Daily Mirror)
Crystal Palace are interested in taking West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie on loan. The Nigerian, 31, attempted to force through a move to QPR on transfer deadline day. (Daily Telegraph)
Wigan midfielder James McCarthy has refused to rule out leaving the DW Stadium in the summer. Republic of Ireland international McCarthy, 22, joined the Latics in 2009 and has been linked with Arsenal and Liverpool. (Daily Mail)
Ajax striker Viktor Fischer is set to disappoint Manchester United and Chelsea by signing a new contract with the Amsterdam club. The Denmark international, 18, had only made two Eredivisie appearances before playing in Ajax's 2-2 Champions League draw with Manchester City in October. (Sky Sports)
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