Will Man United only sell Rooney to Chelsea if they sign Cesc AND Bale? Transfer gossip from Sunday’s papers
PLUS: Tottenham move for Soldado, Higuain to Arsenal could be back on and Liverpool want Ryan Bertrand
The transfer window is now officially up and running and the gossip is set to go into overdrive over the next two months.
Here are the latest rumours from the day's papers and beyond.
Manchester United have launched a £15million bid for unsettled Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye.
Arsenal are targeting Bayern Munich's Brazilian midfielder Luiz Gustavo.
Wayne Rooney looks set to join Chelsea despite a series of transworld phone calls from David Moyes.
Papiss Cisse is set to move to Russia over the Newcastle Wonga wrangle.
Manchester United will DOUBLE Cesc Fabregas' wages should they succeed in signing him.
Brendan Rodgers insists Arsenal target Luis Suarez is not for sale.
Chelsea will offer Didier Drogba a player-coach role in a bid to lure him back to the Bridge.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti insists Cristiano Ronaldo and Gonzalo Higuain will remain in Spain.
Fulham will make a move for Darren Bent this week and also want Tom Huddlestone.
West Ham are lining up a £2.5million bid for Salomon Kalou.
Sunderland and Aston Villa are trailing Serbian midfielder Zdravko Kuzmanovic.
Andre Schurrle has revealed how Michael Ballack told him Chelsea were the only club to join.
Chelsea will up their bid for Wayne Rooney to £40m (Sunday Telegraph).
Man United won't sell Wayne Rooney unless they sign Cesc Fabregas AND Gareth Bale (Sunday Express).
Roberto Soldado reacts angrily to the news he could be joining Spurs
Tottenham will bid £18m bid for Valencia striker Roberto Soldado (Mail on Sunday).
Julio Cesar will have to take a pay cut to join Arsenal (Metro).
Gonzalo Higuain's move to Arsenal could be back on again after Napoli refused to match Real Madrid's £35m asking price (Mail on Sunday).
Chelsea have rejected a Liverpool enquiry about Ryan Bertrand (The Observer).
Spurs outcast Heurelho Gomes has begged former club PSV Eindhoven to rescue him (The Sun).
Brendan Rodgers has admitted finance has influenced Liverpool’s decision to offload Pepe Reina (Mail on Sunday)
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