Here's the latest transfer gossip from the papers and online...
Liverpool and Manchester City face a battle to sign highly rated 17-year-old Birmingham forward Nathan Redmond. (Daily Express)
Spurs are also trying to sign £15m Brazilian international midfielder Ganso from Santos. (Daily Telegraph)
Inter Milan will try to use Wesley Sneijder as a makeweight in a deal for outcast Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez. (Metro)
Clubs including Tottenham, Liverpool and Sunderland have been alerted to the availability of Wigan's Victor Moses, after the winger's agent revealed that talks over a new contract have stalled. (Metro)
Owen Coyle wants Bolton target Tim Ream to take his honeymoon in Horwich. The American centre-half is getting married in his homeland this weekend, just as the Trotters are set to seal a £2.5m deal to buy him from MLS side New York Red Bulls. (Daily Mirror)
Wigan are looking to sign Manchester United striker Mame Biram Diouf on loan. (Daily Mail)
Arsenal are battling with Everton and 14 other European clubs for the services of VVV Venlo winger Ahmed Musa, 19, after the club confirmed he is set to leave the Eredivise outfit during the January transfer window. (Metro)
Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech expects to finalise terms on a new contract with the Stamford Bridge club soon, which will tie him to the club until 2017, when he will be 35. (Evening Standard)
The editors of nine Blackburn Rovers supporters' websites, which have more than 12,000 registered members in total, have released a joint statement expressing their disgust at the running of the club by owners Venky's. (Lancashire Telegraph)
Football pundit and Strictly Come Dancing star Robbie Savage has become the latest sports person to pose naked for Cosmopolitan magazine. (Daily Mirror)
Harry Redknapp has vented his anger at his Spurs players for following the latest Premier League trend of cutting the feet off their socks and instead using short tennis ones to get more of a grip in their boots. (Daily Mirror)
And here are the latest transfer tales from talksport.co.uk...