Top five transfer rumours - Spurs want Spain striker, Chelsea close on Rooney,

Roberto Soldado is one of La Liga's most consistent strikers. Photo: PA

Unsurprisingly there is still some gossip flying around about a certain former Everton forward and hair regrowth enthusiast.

Chelsea are set to make a £40million offer for Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney (Sunday Telegraph), and will pay the England international £200,000 per week (Sunday Times)

Andre Villas-Boas' search for a competent striker has taken him to Spain, with Tottenham set to make an £18million bid for Valencia hitman Roberto Soldado (Mail on Sunday)

Roberto Soldado struck three goals against BATE Borisov in the Champions League last season.

Two of the more active Premier League clubs, Sunderland and Aston Villa, are keeping an eye on Inter Milan midfielder Zdrako Kuzmanovic, with the Italian side willing to let the Serbian leave the San Siro before the start of the season (Sunday People)

Steve Bruce is set to add another frontman to his squad in the shape of Evian striker Yannick Sagbo, who would cost Premier League newcomers Hull £1.6million (Hull Daily Mail)

Manchester United's desperation to sign Cesc Fabregas will see them put a double your money offer on the table for the Catalan midfielder (Sunday Mirror)