Luis Suarez, Alexandre Pato, Douglas Silva and Scott Sinclair all feature in today’s round up as the transfer window really starts to come to life.
Two SPFL Premiership players look set to secure moves south of the border while Celtic are considering a move for a former Barcelona youngster and Sunderland’s flying Greek winger.
In England Luis Suarez has been linked with a move to Arsenal, Chelsea have reportedly made a bid for a Brazilian and Everton are considering a move for another Brazilian international.
Inverness have confirmed they have given Billy McKay permission to speak to Wigan and the striker could sign for the Sky Bet Championship side before the weekend if he agrees terms following a reported £150,000 bid.
Reports suggest Celtic are considering a move for Argentine striker Sergio Araujo.
The Boca Juniors attacker spent the 2012/13 season on loan at Barcelona, where he played for the club’s B team, however, he failed to impress enough to secure a move to the Nou Camp first team and is now on loan at Las Palmas where he has netted 13 goals in 21 games in Spain’s Second Division.
Celtic are interested in Sunderland’s Greek winger Charis Mavrias and sent scouts to watch him playing for Sunderland under-21s against Manchester City on Monday night.
Teams from La Liga, the English Championship and Mavrias’s native Greece are also said to be considering moves for the 20-year-old.
West Ham have revived their deal for Hamilton full-back Stephen Hendrie. It is believed the Hammers and Accies have agreed a deal in the region of £2million and the 20-year-old will have a medical this week.
The Evening Telegraph are reporting that Dundee United could make a move to bring full-back Paul Dixon back to Tannadice before the transfer window shuts.
The Scotland international has found himself out of favour at Huddersfield since Chris Powell took charge and it is believed the Terriers would allow him to leave this month.
Reports in the Sun today suggest that everybody’s favourite biting assassin, Luis Suarez, could return to the English Premier League.
The paper reports that Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger will test Barcelona with a summer bid for the Uruguayan striker
A Ukrainian TV station has reported that Chelsea have had a £15m bid rejected for Shakhtar Donetsk forward Douglas Costa. It is believed the Ukranians are looking for almost twice that sum.
Italian paper Corriere dello Sport have reported that Everton are considering signing Brazilian international Alexandre Pato to replace Samuel Eto’o.
However, another Premier League club linked with Pato, Hull City, won’t be signing Pato, according to the Hull Daily Mail.
West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison has touched down in Rome for a medical ahead of his move to Lazio.
Paris St Germain and Queen’s Park Rangers are both considering loan moves for the forgotten man of White Hart Lane Emmanuel Adebayor.
The striker has scored 35 goals for Tottenham but has fallen behind Harry Kane in the Spurs pecking order this season.
Both Manchester clubs are weighing up moves for Dortmund and Germany midfielder Ilkay Gundogan, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp is hopeful of holding on to winger Marco Reus who has been linked with a move to the English Premier League and can move this summer for his release clause of €25m.
However Klopp has told Die Welt: “The boys are 100 per cent here and I have a positive feeling that the player we are talking about (Reus) will stay a bit longer.”
Aston Villa are back in talks to sign the forgotten man of English football, Scott Sinclair.
Villa tried to sign the Manchester City winger earlier in the month but manager Paul Lambert said last week any deal for Sinclair was dead, however, it has now been revived, with a loan the most likely outcome.
West Brom have completed the signing of Wigan’s Callum McManaman on a three-and-a-half year deal.
The winger agreed a contract, which includes a 12-month option, after undergoing a medical on Wednesday morning.
He becomes Tony Pulis’ first signing at The Hawthorns and could make his debut in Saturday’s Barclays Premier League visit of Tottenham.