Premier League rivals Man United and Liverpool have been told to pay £33m if they are serious about signing Ivan Rakitic.
Sevilla have slapped a hefty price tag on the Croatian international ahead of the January transfer window, with the Spanish club hoping to sell before Rakitic is allowed to wind the remaining year of his contract down (Independent)
Wesley Sneijder is willing to take a huge £1m a year pay cut in order to fulfill the once in a lifetime opportunity of playing under legendary Scot, David Moyes (Mirror)
Everton will continue to feed their addiction for loaning players in January as the injury list worsens for manager Roberto Martinez (Liverpool Echo)
Chelsea are on the verge of sealing the deal which they've been on the verge of sealing for quite some time, involving Inter Milan's Fredy Guarin (ESPN)
And finally, QPR's wheeler dealer (sorry, football manager) Harry Redknapp has dismissed rumours the London club are in for Newcastle's Steven Taylor (West London Sport)