Transfer gossip: Falcao, Cleverley, Welbeck, Torres, Hernandez
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Real Madrid have completed a £20m deal to sign forward Radamel Falcao, 28, from Monaco. (Calciomercato)
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has made an £8m bid to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley, 25. (Daily Telegraph)
Danny Welbeck, 23, is set to leave Old Trafford with the Manchester United striker linked with a loan move to Tottenham. (Daily Star)
Chelsea are on the verge of giving permission for striker Fernando Torres, 30, to join Italian Serie A side Inter Milan. (The Times - subscription only)
Manchester United have stepped up their interest in Stromsgodset's 15-year-old wonderkid Martin Odegaard, who has become Norway's youngest-ever player by winning his first cap against the United Arab Emirates. (Daily Telegraph)
Valencia and Serie A champions Juventus have made offers to buy striker Javier Hernandez, 26, from Manchester United for a fee approaching £15m. (The Guardian)
Burnley have made a £1.5m bid for Derby skipper, centre back Richard Keogh, 28. (The Sun - subscription only)
Manchester United target, midfielder Arturo Vidal, 27, has been quoted as saying he does not want to leave Juventus and is staying at the Italian club. (Daily Express)
Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola, 43, has implemented a strict regime of discipline to 'mentally toughen' his players for the new season, including fines for overweight players, turning up late, taking phone calls and ignoring dress codes. (Daily Mail)
Striker Cristiano Ronaldo, 29, says he is expecting a red-hot reception when Real Madrid play at Anfield in the Champions League group stages. (The Sun - subscription only)
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has revealed £16m signing from Sporting Lisbon, defender Marcos Rojo, 24, is still waiting for a work permit to play for the club and is currently at the Argentine embassy in Madrid. (Independent)
The father of new Manchester United midfielder Angel Di Maria, 26, has hit out at former club Real Madrid for their treatment of his son. (Daily Star)
England manager Roy Hodgson says he understands Louis van Gaal's concerns over the fitness of defender Luke Shaw, 19, and that he spoke to the player during the World Cup finals about staying in shape. (The Independent)
Former Arsenal midfielder Alex Song, 26, is hoping to return to the Premier League with Liverpool after being frozen out at Barcelona. (Daily Mirror)
Sevilla claim Tottenham's new £8m signing, defender Federico Fazio, 27, still technically belongs to them and are unhappy the player is in England. (Daily Express)
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero, 26, who has had his injury problems recently, needed treatment after being tackled by team-mate Aleksandar Kolarov, 28, during a training session. (Daily Mail)
Celtic manager Ronny Deila, 38, has been told he will be given the time and the funds to impose his style on the Scottish champions, despite the club's exit from the Champions League. (The Herald)
BEST OF SOCIAL MEDIA
Curtis Davies was, not surprisingly, down after Hull's exit from the Europa League, the 29-year-old tweeting: "Gutted is an understatement. Very harsh red for Yannick Sagbo but I'll leave it at that. Fully focused on the league now no excuses."
It was a similar feeling for Tom Huddlestone, the 27-year-old Hull midfielder writing: "The feeling is pure devastation. The lads grafted hard, just couldn't get that goal which was needed. Got to bounce back Sunday."
Midfielder Mikel Arteta, 32, doesn't seem too concerned about Arsenal's Champions League draw. "Dortmund again and two new and tough teams," he tweeted . "I love playing Champions League. Come on Gunners!"
Leicester forward Anthony Knockaert, 22, is happy with the signing of former Inter Milan captain Esteban Cambiasso, 34, posting: "Delighted to know that Cambiasso has signed. Great signing for us. Big player."
After none of his English players earned an international call-up, Swansea manager Garry Monk claimed Roy Hodgson had never been to the Liberty Stadium. (Western Mail)
Striker Bafetimbi Gomis, 29, has admitted he spent a month "playing as Swansea" on the Football Manager computer game as a way of researching the club before he signed. (The Guardian)
Former Liverpool frontman Robbie Fowler, 39, has made his big screen debut with a walk-on part in the film One Night In Istanbul. (Daily Mirror)