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Carlos Tevez's future is the subject of conjecture, again
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23.38 BST That's all for tonight, folks. We'll be back in the morning for the latest on Zlatan's move to PSG and perhaps Lucas Moura's move to Manchester United.
23.36 BST It appears Barcelona’s Adriano won’t be going anywhere. "Adriano is very happy at Barca and will continue there next season,” agent Paolo Alfonso told Radio COM.
23.30 BST El Mundo Deportivo reports that Chelsea, Arsenal, Manchester United and Real Madrid are keen on Barcelona B winger Gerard Deulofeu, but the 18-year-old wants to stay put.
23.26 BST Germany striker Cacau, 31, could be on his way out of Stuttgart this summer. "I spoke with Bruno Labbadia and he could not promise me a regular place in the side," Cacau told Bild. "I am open to offers from other clubs. There have been some enquiries, but I haven't received anything concrete yet. It's possible that I could stay in Germany but I do not need to."
23.15 BST Reader dannyaray brings our attention to a rumour from the Twittersphere.
"Twitter is blowing up with the following news: 'BBC radio reporting that Manchester United are finalising a deal for Lucas Moura.' -@ManUtdMyLife"
Perhaps there'll be more in the morning on that one.
23.04 BST Reading boss Brian McDermott is hopeful of signing Adrian Mariappa from Watford shortly. "We have got a formality to take care of on Monday and I think once that's done and dusted we are hopeful of getting him signed on Monday,” he told Sky Sports News.
22.46 BST Looks like Rafael van der Vaart - as the player himself recently suggested - will be staying at Spurs, though Luka Modric is almost certainly off.
"With Van der Vaart, at the moment I am absolutely counting on him," boss Andre Villas-Boas said. "It is a totally different situation from Luka, who has been chased by different clubs in the past two seasons and is continuing to drag interest. We have to make sure the club's interests are met, and it is up to the chairman to decide that."
22.30 BST Tuttosport says Benfica are in the market for Reto Ziegler, who is surplus to requirements at Juventus.
22.01 BST Alvaro Arbeloa is hoping Luka Modric joins him at the Bernabeu. "Modric is a great player,” he is quoted as telling Kompas.com. “I'm happy that he may sign for Real Madrid.” However, he added: “We have lots of good midfielders, so he will have to compete with them to earn his place.”
21.35 BST Denmark centre-back Simon Kjaer, on loan to Roma last season, has said he’s not delighted at having to return to Wolfsburg but will give his all for the club nonetheless. “It’s not what I’d hoped for after the European Championship, but I am a professional and dedicated to my work here,” he told sporten.tv2.dk. “Wolfsburg pay my salary.”
21.08 BST Sylvain Distin is hoping Everton can strengthen this summer, although it appears he may be more concerned that the likes of Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines could be off.
"You always need to strengthen," he Sky Sports News. "Any manager, or any team, would not want any players. We have still got a small squad and we would definitely like to add some players. The most important thing is to keep the players we have got - that's my personal point of view. If we can have players like Steven Pienaar coming back to the club, that would be great."
20.41 BST El Mundo Deportivo thinks Milan could try to sign David Villa with the money from their summer sales, but Barcelona aren’t selling. Not much of a story, then, really.
20.27 BST Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert refused to rule out a move for Andy Carroll when asked about the possibility in his post-match press conference after a friendly with Burton Albion today. “He's a top player and not one I would dismiss,” he said.
20.17 BST Porto coach Vitor Pereira has repeated what we already knew about Joao Moutinho: they’re not going to sell him unless someone meets his release clause. "We very much want him to stay and we are not looking to sell," he told A Bola, “but this is football and you have termination clauses. For us he has been great and helped us achieve the results we have."
19.58 BST PSG coach Carlo Ancelotti has said that there are no plans to sell any defenders despite the arrival of Thiago Silva and warned Mamadou Sakho, who has fallen down the pecking order since the Italian’s appointment, that he will not be allowed to move on.
“With Silva and Alex, we have a good basis for the defence and I will choose the best players for each game,” he said. “I won’t neglect the other defenders who perform well.
“There hasn’t been a discussion over any defender leaving as a result of this. If Sakho demands to leave, we have taken our decision: it’s that he must stay.”
19.45 BST AS reports that Jose Mourinho is to meet with Kaka on Monday to tell him he’s going to get even less playing time than last season. He’s on €9 million a year, apparently, and Madrid need the money to pay Luka Modric’s wages, so Mourinho’s plan is to give the Brazilian a less than subtle hint that he really should give up on his Real Madrid dream.
19.21 BST Demba Ba says he's very happy at Newcastle and, while he didn't actually say he wouldn't leave, he has given the impression he's staying. Story here.
18.57 BST The rumours that Ganso could sign for Arsenal have been around for a little while but seem to be gaining ground, with a couple of reports in English newspapers today. The remark from Santos vice-president Odilio Rodrigues (see the entry at 12.35 BST) appears to have helped this one gain traction.
18.39 BST Marca says Luka Modric is asking everyone he knows what Madrid’s like. Quite how the paper knows that we’re unclear, but it’s sticking to its usual line on the subject: “He's told Tottenham that he wants to leave and that he prefers Madrid ahead of other options like Chelsea, Manchester United or PSG. Madrid hasn't made a move in the last few hours. The club stands firm in its intention to not pay more than €35m despite Tottenham wanting €10m more.”
18.12 BST The full Thiago Silva story is here.
17.58 BST: DONE DEAL PSG have announced the signing of Thiago Silva. More to follow...
17.38 BST More from Ibra’s representative, Mino Raiola, on the progress of the negotiations with PSG: "He is not in Paris to pass his medical. We will continue to work and give a press conference when everything is settled."
And the Thiago Silva deal isn’t sorted yet either. His agent, Paulo Toniello, told L’Equipe: "For now, nothing is done - far from it. The two deals aren't related. It's even totally different. Zlatan can sign, it won't affect us. Thiago has nothing against the idea of playing in France but everyone needs to be satisfied. For now, it's not the case."
17.28 BST Andrea Stramaccioni has indicated that Philippe Coutinho, who had been out on loan at Espanyol, will be staying at Inter Milan. Read about that, plus Wesley Sneijder and Giampolo Pazzini, right here.
16.52 BST Will PSG actually sign Zlatan Ibrahimovic? The Swede’s agent, Mino Raiola, has been in talks for three days, and apparently there’s concern that the new French President, Francois Hollande, is planning a 75% tax on anyone earning over €1 million a year. Zlatan is hoping to earn €14 million a year.
16.29 BST There’s a suggestion in the Daily Mail that Arsenal believe Robin van Persie is likely to sign a new deal. It could be another Wayne Rooney moment, it appears. Hopefully Arsene will provide a similarly dramatic press conference to accompany it all.
16.12 BST AC Milan seem to be ready to sell off pretty much anyone earning significant wages, but they won't be able to offload Robinho to Santos by the look of it.
“There is a need for reinforcements at the club, but there is nothing at the moment being done with Robinho,” Santos vice-president Odilio Rodrigues told reporters. “He has a strong relationship with our club, but for now he is working with Milan and he is happy."
15.30 BST Inter Milan coach Andrea Stramaccioni has been quoted by Gazzetta dello Sport as saying the following on Wesley Sneijder: "As far as I know he is an Inter player and will stay here."
14.44 BST Stuttgart forward Cacau is prepared to listen to offers from other clubs in a bid to resurrect his chances of appearing at the 2014 World Cup in his home country.
14.11 BST Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has played down suggestions his club are close to bringing in Chelsea midfielder Oriol Romeu on loan.
13.53 BST Australian goalkeeper Mathew Ryan's immense potential has been recognised by Premier League club Tottenham, who have invited the 20-year-old to train with them. Full story.
13.38 BST FULL STORY: Didier Drogba has insisted his move to Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua was not motivated by money. Click here.
13.03 BST The Times claims Manchester United will make an opening offer of £10 million for Everton left back Leighton Baines, although the Toffees want nearer £15 million.
12.35 BST Santos' vice-president, Odilio Rodrigues, has told Lancenet: "Ganso doesn't want to play for Santos anymore. We learned that from the club's president Luis Alvaro last Thursday. Ganso has lost his interest in Santos so we won't try to keep him anymore."
12.00 BST Didier Drogba has conducted his first press conference as a Shanghai Shenhua player. He has said: "Money is not the most important thing. I expect a new lifestyle here. I hope I can show China my culture, and take some Chinese culture back also."
11.30 BST Remember that you can have your say on all the transfer dealings via the comments section at the foot of this blog. We welcome your comments with open arms.
11.05 BST Internacional president Giovanni Luigi has claimed the club have received an enquiry regarding Oscar, amid speculation linking the playmaker with Chelsea. Luigi told Radio Gaucha: "We received an email today, but it's a long way off being done."
10.42 BST Express: Contrary to the newspapers, the Express runs with the Carlos Tevez wants to stay quotes. Our full story on this is here. ... QPR midfielder Akos Buzsaky is to leave after failing to agree terms on a new contract. Aston Villa's Jean Makoun is waiting on being granted a work permit ahead of the new season.
10.19 BST Daily Star: City are demanding £22 million, not the aforementioned £25 million, for Tevez ... Michael Owen's career is in the balance after he confirmed he could quit football ... Newcastle are poised to bring in Mathieu Debuchy from Lille for £7.5 million ... Adebayor will sign a three-year deal worth around £100,000 with Tottenham ... Swindon boss Paolo Di Canio wants Harry Kewell.
10.07 BST Mirror: City want £25 million from AC Milan for Carlos Tevez, with the money received to be spent on Arsenal's Robin van Persie ... Blackburn and Wolves have joined the £2.5 million chase for Leeds striker Ross McCormack ... Norwich boss Chris Hughton wis keen to be reunited with Birmingham defender Curtis Davies.
09.51 BST The Sun: Emmanuel Adebayor will complete his move from Manchester City to Tottenham next week as he enters talks over personal terms ... Southampton are set to beat Newcastle and Reading in the battle to clinch the signature of Crystal Palace defender Nathaniel Clyne.
09.34 BST Here's the full story on Tevez. In a few minutes, we will bring you a round-up of all the newspaper gossip on this sodden morning.
09.28 BST Speaking after City's 1-0 friendly match defeat to Al Hilal, Tevez said: "I think that now I feel settled at the club and feel good in myself and am working hard.
"The main aim of every one of the players is to have as good a league campaign as possible and try to be champions again and also get as far as we can in the Champions League. This is what all the players want and so does the club."
09.15 BST Indeed, Tevez has said that he is "settled" at Manchester City amid renewed speculation that the striker could the targeted by AC Milan this summer. Full story to follow...
09.00 BST Good morning. It's Saturday, and day 14 of the 2012 summer transfer window. The player whose name makes most of the back pages this morning regarding transfer speculation? Yep, you guessed it: Carlos Tevez.