Gareth Bale ordered back to England as Tottenham eye Juan Mata, Manchester United still after Marouane Fellaini and Real Madrid trio could soon be Arsenal players.
22:40 BST: Barca are keen to sign Napoli winger Juan Camilo Zuniga next year. The Spanish champions reportedly made a move for the Colombian in January.
Barcelona talked with Zuniga's agent re possible move there in 2014 when the colombian will be free agent, according to Sky Italy— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) August 27, 2013
22.13 BST: How do you like these apples, Arsenal fans...
Wenger: "I have heard like you that ... Juan Mata could be on the market. There is a reluctance anyway in England to sell to each other"— Rob Harris (@RobHarris) August 27, 2013
21.01 BST: Sky Sports is quoting Cesc Fabregas as having told TVE show Esport Club: "I have never said that I could go, nor have I talked to the president or the coach about it."
20.15 BST: Transfers are all well and good and that, but just in case you fancy some real-life football, we're also running a LIVE Boot Room, which includes coverage of Arsenal v Fenerbahce and Liverpool v Notts County.
19.35 BST: Get a load of this, Arsenal fans... Ah, that was meant to be the embedding of a tweet regarding Juan Mata's dad potentially being at the Emirates. Seems that tweet has now been deleted.
19.15 BST: Former Tottenham manager Glenn Hoddle has told talkSPORT that he believes Spurs chairman Daniel Levy has not entirely given up hope of keeping Gareth Bale at the club, as the confusion over his protracted move to Real Madrid continues. FULL STORY.
18:35 BST: News of a possible move in the Championship:
18:15 BST: News is emergning of an imminent Tottenham signing but it's not Erik Lamela. The Daily Star are reporting a deal to sign Steaua Bucharest defender Vlad Chiriches is done. They quote Steaua's manager Laurentiu Reghecampf as saying: "The two clubs have agreed to transfer him. I'm very happy for him. I can not say the amount but it is very high. It will be the most expensive transfer in the history of Steaua."
18:00 BST: Hot on the heels of Sergio Busquets, Barcelona have announced Cristian Tello will pen a new deal with the club on Friday. The striker's new contract will include a buy-out clause of 25 million euros and will run until 2018.
17:30 BST: Valencia are close to completing a deal for striker Dorlan Pabon. The 25-year-old, who currently plays for Mexican side Monterrey, has arrived in Spain and could be presented on Wednesday. The fee is believed to be around £6.5 million.
17:15 BST: The Newcastle Evening Chronicle are reporting that Florian Thauvin is keen to engineer a move away from Lille. They quote Lille’s sporting director Frederic Paquet as saying the midfielder did not arrive for training today and has told the club he wants out. Newcastle are poised to make a bid.
16:30 BST: SportsDirect News report that Chelsea are expected to win the race for Anzhi Makhachkala striker Samuel Eto'o by offering the Cameroon international a yearly salary of £7 million.
16:15 BST: Goal.com report that Coritiba sporting director Felipe Ximenes held talks in Manchester last week over a deal for 17-year-old left-back Abner, who is also being chased by Portuguese outfit Benfica. He is touted as the next Roberto Carlos.
16:00 BST: According to Bild there is an offer for Hamburg regarding Robert Tesche from an unnamed German club. Hamburg then want to bring in a new striker, at least as a backup for Artjoms Rudnevs. Bild says demoted Hoffenheim attacker Eren Derdiyok, 25, or Julian Schieber, 24, who has been struggling to make the squad at Dortmund are candidates.
15:49 BST: Sky Sports report that Blackburn Rovers' managing director Derek Shaw has stated that the club have no intention of selling striker Jordan Rhodes to any Championship rival amid reported interest from Wigan.
15:26 BST: The Daily Express reports that Sunderland are close to agreeing a loan deal for Inter Milan midfielder Zdravko Kuzmanovic, but fear Everton could make an 11th-hour bid to scupper the move.
15:10 BST: According to talkSPORT, Lyon have been offered the chance to sign Oscar Cardozo -- and that could destroy West Ham's hopes of landing the prolific Paraguayan.
14:52 BST: Suggestions coming through in light of the #freeshinji trend on Twitter. Shinji Kagawa's talents are being wasted on the sidelines for Manchester United, and he has been linked with a move away. His old club Borussia Dortmund admitted their interest, but as it stands he won't be moving. The Twitter trend has originated from Dortmund fans, eager to resign the attacking midfielder.
Some claim that Kagawa could be part of a straight swap with Ilkay Gundogan, as Man United are in need of a deeper lying midfielder, as opposed to the attacker they have. Dortmund would be eager to hold onto Gundogan, who is rated as one of their best young talents.
14:36 BST: Finally confirmation of this deal.
14:34 BST: Spurs are closing in on their defender.
Football agent Victor Becali: "Chiriches will sign a 5 year deal with Spurs, he'll have a 1.2m € / year contract" #thfc— Emanuel Roşu (@Emishor) August 27, 2013
14:29 BST: In Germany, will Gojko Kacar leave Hamburg this week? “The offer is ready to sign,” Hamburg general manager Oliver Kreuhzer has said. “It is up to him whether he takes it. He has to think about his career. Sometimes you have to go one step back.” Russian side Tom Tomsk reportedly want the midfielder.
14:18 BST: According to talkSPORT, Napoli have had a second bid for Liverpool target Martin Montoya turned down by Barcelona, according to sources in Italy.
13:58 BST: In Spain, Malaga's hunt for a centre-forward has taken them to Mounir El Hamdaoui, who will arrive on Costa del Sol today to do a medical and sign a one-year loan deal, according to El Diario Sur. The former Ajax forward is currently out of favour at Fiorentina.
13.36 BST: Sergio Busquets has signed another contract extension.
13.28 BST: Sky Sports report that Zenit Saint Petersburg manager Luciano Spalletti has insisted that Tottenham target Hulk is not for sale, with the Italian quoted simply saying: "Hulk is not for sale."
It was thought that Spurs would attempt to strike a deal for Hulk, after Chelsea hijacked their move for another Brazilian playing in Russia, Willian. Willian's move to Chelsea hinges on a work permit hearing on Wednesday.