Here's the latest transfer gossip from the papers and online...
French side Paris Saint-Germain are believed to have made a £25m bid for Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez, 27, after City turned down a £21m bid from Italian giants Inter Milan. (Daily Star)
Everton are set to give a trial to 30-year-old USA striker Edson Buddle, who currently plays for German second division side Ingolstadt04. (Liverpool Echo)
Tottenham have placed a £20m pricetag on England striker Jermain Defoe, 29, who had been linked with a £10m bid from Liverpool. (Daily Mirror)
Striker Dimitar Berbatov, 30, is at the centre of a battle between Russia and Germany. The £30.75m striker is wanted by CSKA Moscow, Anzhi Makhachkala, Bayern Munich and one of his former clubs, Bayer Leverkusen. (Manchester Evening News)
Lokomotiv Moscow are plotting to scupper Arsenal's attempts to land Cologne striker Lukas Podolski, 26, by blowing them out of the water with a £20m summer bid. (Metro)
Marseille striker Loic Remy, 25, has turned his back on a January move to Tottenham. (The Sun)
Blackburn winger Junior Hoilett, 21, looks likely to remain at the club beyond the January transfer window, despite reported interest from Tottenham and a diminishing contract which expires in the summer. (International Business Times)
And Rovers have priced wantaway defender Chris Samba, 27, at £15m - and claimed the defender, a target for QPR and Spurs, owes them money after they gave him a six-figure loan to pay for improvements to his house. (Daily Mirror)
Striker Fernando Torres, 27, is believed to have asked Chelsea for extra training sessions to work on his finishing in a bid to end his goal drought. (London Evening Standard)
Defender Jamie Carragher, 33, admits he's flattered that Liverpool want him to stay at Anfield beyond his playing days but insists he is focused purely on winning back a regular place in Kenny Dalglish's side. (Liverpool Echo)
Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes, 37, was apparently so in need of a new pair of football boots before his surprise comeback from retirement that he had to pop into his local sports shop and buy a pair for £40. (Metro)
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