Chelsea are now trying to get rid of players, and Arsenal could battle it out with Manchester United for Mesut Ozil.
Brendan Rodgers is looking to take advantage of Chelsea's desire to sign every attacking midfielder in the business by luring peripheral winger Victor Moses to Liverpool on loan for the season (Daily Mail)
Despite Arsenal's inability to sign a footballer, they never want to see Niklas Bendtner play for the club again, so it's good news for them that West Brom and Crystal Palace are willing to sign the Danish striker (Daily Mail)
Arsene Wenger could use the billions made from selling the self-titled 'world's best striker' on €38miliion playmaker Mesut Ozil, and maybe even Real Madrid team-mate Iker Casillas (Guardian)
But the Gunners aren't the only side in for the German, with Manchester United also set to bid for the Real Madrid man (AS)
According to reports in various media outlets, a second team has entered the race to sign Spurs winger Gareth Bale, which probably won't worry Real Madrid though