Money can't buy you love, but football managers know it will be buy them some pretty decent players, with lots of moves for Spanish speakers being mooted.
Chelsea have been forced to up their offer for Napoli striker Edinson Cavani to £49.3million, after the Serie A club managed by Rafa Benitez rejected a bid which involved Fernando Torres heading to Naples (Daily Mirror)
David Moyes is looking to make his mark as Manchester United manager by beating Arsene Wenger to the signature of Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas, with the Spain international set to cost around £40million (Sun)
One player set to leave Spain for the Emirates is Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain, who has met manager Wenger in Paris, as he closes in on a move to the north London outfit (Mirror)
Another man wanting to join the Old Trafford midfield is Yohan Cabaye who has spoke of his desire to move on up in the world after two season impressing Premier League viewers at St James' Park (Guardian)
Both Merseyside clubs are set to battle it out for Wigan striker Arouna Kone. New Everton boss Roberto Martinez might just have the edge over Liverpool, having previously managed the £6.5million target at the DW Stadium (Sun)