Brendan Rodgers has said Liverpool are prepared for a Real Madrid bid for Luis Suárez but has reiterated John W Henry's claim that the striker will not be sold.
Gareth Bale's signing for Real Madrid drew closer on Wednesday night when Spurs' sporting director, Franco Baldini, travelled to the Spanish capital, where he continued negotiations with Roma over Erik Lamela and Miralem Pjanic and sought to close a deal to have a Madrid player involved in the Bale transfer.
Arsène Wenger said that there was categorically no possibility of Arsenal reviving their interest in Liverpool's Luis Suárez before the closure of the transfer window.
Marouane Fellaini and Leighton Baines may have to lodge transfer requests with Everton if they are to move to Manchester United.
Liverpool have completed the loan signing of the Valencia full-back Aly Cissokho but attempts to offload Sebastián Coates are in jeopardy after the Uruguay international suffered a potentially serious knee injury.
Manchester City fear that Vincent Kompany will miss the next three Premier League matches owing to a groin injury he suffered in the home win over Newcastle United.
Manuel Pellegrini hailed a "very special" night as the Manchester City manager began his Etihad tenure with an impressive 4-0 win over Newcastle United.
Arsenal will return to Newcastle United with an improved offer for the France midfielder Yohan Cabaye as desperation sets into their attempts to strengthen the squad and with the club fearful they have lost Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to a knee injury until the turn of the year.
Roberto Martínez has warned David Moyes that Everton will not sell Marouane Fellaini for a reduced fee now the midfielder's £23.
Brendan Rodgers fears Luis Suárez's efforts to force a move from Liverpool could "sabotage" the club's start to the Premier League season.
Former Everton, West Ham United, Aston Villa, Bolton Wanderers and Ipswich Town feature along with former Tottenham, Middlesbrough and Birmingham City transfer targets.
Nobody with a Sky Sports microphone bothers with Portsmouth any more on transfer deadline day.
Chelsea, Tottenham, QPR, Fulham, Everton, Newcastle United, Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United will take interest in the movings of these ten players across the continent.