Here's the latest transfer gossip from the papers and online...
Paris Saint-Germain manager Carlo Ancelotti has offered Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez a lifeline after Alexandre Pato turned down a £29m move to PSG last week. AC Milan hoped to use the money from the sale of Pato to the French club to fund a move for the Manchester City and Argentina striker, but now Ancelotti could pounce instead. (The Times)
However, AC Milan have not given up on their pursuit of 27-year-old Tevez, according to his agent Kia Joorabchian. (Tuttosport)
Manchester United forward Dimitar Berbatov is to hold transfer talks with Bayer Leverkusen, while Bayern Munich and Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala are also interested in the 30-year-old. (Sky Sports)
Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku, 18, says he will have to consider going out on loan next season if he fails to get more first-team opportunities at Stamford Bridge. (ESPN)
Manchester City are set to finalise the £3.5m signing of 15-year-old Real Madrid striker Jose Angel Pozo. He will sign a five-year deal on 15 March, his 16th birthday. (Daily Mail)
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp is seemingly still keen on Marseille's £15m rated French forward Loic Remy, 25, after jetting out to see him score twice for his side in their 2-0 win over Lille. (The Sun)
Bolton boss Owen Coyle has confirmed the move to get United States defender Tim Ream in from New York Red Bulls is at an advanced stage after the player spent a successful week at the club. (MEN)
Estonian right-back Enar Jaager, 27, jetted into Glasgow determined to land the biggest deal of his life at Rangers. The 84-capped defender is a free agent after spending last season with Norwegian side Aalesunds. (Daily Record)
Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher fears his team's disappointing form at home is ruining their chances of finishing in the top four. (The Sun)
Thierry Henry was involved in an altercation with an Arsenal supporter when the players went across to applaud their followers after the final whistle of their defeat at Swansea City on Sunday. It is understood the on-loan forward took exception to criticism of the players, appearing to make a 'yapping' gesture at the fan with his left hand and pointed as if to invite the individual to address him on the pitch. (The Guardian)
Hull legend Dean Windass, 42, has confessed that he twice tried to commit suicide in the past week because of depression and personal problems. (Daily Express)
On-loan Wolves midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong delighted Arsenal fans by pole-axing Tottenham ace Rafael Van Der Vaart when he fired a ball into his face from point-blank range. The term "Frimponged" quickly started trending on social networking site Twitter. (Metro)
And here are the latest transfer tales from talksport.co.uk...