Top five transfer rumours: Jose waits on Rooney, Reds want Sigueira, Tigers target Janssen

Wayne Rooney appears set on a move away from Manchester United.
Wayne Rooney appears set on a move away from Manchester United. Photo: PA

It seems Florentino Perez is the only person who wants Gareth Bale at Real Madrid, while Liverpool's owner is adamant Luis Suarez is staying therefore we still haven't got the big moves that were promised. Here are the latest Friday rumours to keep you in clover over the weekend:

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is content to go down to the wire in true Daniel Levy fashion in an effort to lure Wayne Rooney from Manchester United. The England striker appears set on a move away from Old Trafford, after getting fed up operating in Robin van Persie's shadow, with The Special One still very keen to have him leading the Blues line. With Rooney now asking to train with the reserves, the Portuguese could take advantage in the last throes of August. (Daily Mail)

Liverpool are set to challenge Merseyside rivals Everton for Granada left-back Guilherme Sigueira as Brendan Rodgers looks to beef up his defence for the new season. The former Swansea boss wants Glen Johnson back at right-back, therefore the 27-year-old Brazilian who has Italian citizenship should slot in well if they succeed with an £8m bid. (Daily Star)

Stoke City are desperate to boost their attacking options ahead of the new season after relying too much on Jon Walters last season. New boss Mark Hughes wants former Manchester United striker Mame Biram Diouf from Bundesliga outfit Hannover in a cut price deal to help bang in the goals. (Daily Star)

The newly rebranded Hull City Tigers are set to make a £2.2m move for FC Twente's Willem Janssen on the recommendation of former England coach Steve McClaren with the 27-year-old attacking midfielder asked to supply the likes of Danny Graham, Sone Aluko and Yannick Sagbo with ammunition. (Daily Star)

Santos will have to fend off the majority of the Premier League's big guns for their latest Brazilian sensation as Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Newcastle all sniffing around 16-year-old forward Victor Andrade described as "the new Neymar". (Daily Express)