Only two days have passed since the summer transfer window closed and we are already finding stories and rumours on January transfer targets.
Whilst the final day was quite exciting for Arsenal, for other teams it was perhaps an anti-climax. Many will have been hoping for that big name coming through the doors late on Wednesday evening. Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea fans were certainly expecting someone big. The main concern is perhaps that for Tottenham, while they made a statement by keeping Luka Modric on their side of London there was no replacement for Peter Crouch, a player I feel should have been kept instead of Pavlyuchenko.
Still managers run the clubs and websites do not. Whilst it was not the most spectacular of transfer deadline days, the season, despite this boring international break that we have to put up with, looks as though it will be one of the most exciting ever.
Here is a compilation of today’s football transfer gossip.
Paris Saint Germain seem to be the side looking to make a swoop for former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho with things at Real Madrid appearing to be slightly unhappier than results would suggest.
Tottenham Hotspur have already re-approached Bolton Wanderers regarding a move for centre-back Gary Cahill who was the subject of most transfer speculation during the summer to clubs such as Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal.
Spurs made a last minute effort to try and snatch Craig Bellamy from Liverpool’s clutches.
Nottingham Forest manager Steve McClaren is on the verge of quitting his job due to a lack of support during the transfer window.
More: Daily Mirror
Owen Hargreaves could be set to miss out on the first half of the Champions League season after failing to make the announced 25 man squad at Manchester City.
More: Daily Mail
Everton manager David Moyes will be given a percentage of the £10m received from the sale of Mikel Arteta to Arsenal on the last day of the transfer window.
More: Daily Mail
Arsenal made a last ditch effort to land Borussia Dortmund’s wonder kid by offering £35m on Wednesday.