Transfer deadline day gossip: Terry, Berahino, Costa, Cheryshev

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Tottenham and Stoke have joined Newcastle in hoping to sign West Brom's 22-year-old striker Saido Berahino on transfer deadline day. (Mirror)

But Newcastle and Stoke have both had £20m-plus bids rejected as Albion stand firm. (Mail)

Diego Costa, 27, will not be leaving Chelsea after the Blues rejected a late approach from Atletico Madrid to re-sign their former striker. (Mirror)

One forward who could leave Stamford Bridge on deadline day, however, is Loic Remy. The France international, 29, is a target for Leicester and Watford. (Telegraph)

Aston Villa have failed with a bid for 29-year-old former Swansea striker Michu, who plays for Spanish club Langreo. (Sun)

Transfer deadline day - The Sun
The Sun's inside pages on deadline day

Leicester are set to hijack Swansea's move for 25-year-old Crystal Palace striker Dwight Gayle. (Mail)

Tottenham have called off a £6m deal for Fulham midfielder Moussa Dembele, 19, over the Championship club's insistence the Frenchman is loaned back for the rest of the season.(Guardian)

Manchester United are in advanced negotiations with Benfica over the signing of midfielder Renato Sanches, 18.(O Jogo via Metro)

Russia winger Denis Cheryshev, 25, could be set for a move to Liverpool from Real Madrid.(, in Spanish)

Tottenham have accepted loan offers from Burnley and Middlesbrough for 22-year-old midfielder Alex Pritchard.(Lancashire Telegraph)

Watford are in talks to sign Rennes' 23-year-old midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure.(Watford Observer)

Roma's 28-year-old striker Seydou Doumbia, Aston Villa boss Remi Garde's number one transfer target, is expected to join Newcastle on loan.(Telegraph)

Terry talk

Daily Express
The Daily Express back page on Monday

Chelsea captain John Terry is likely to move to Major League Soccer in the United States when he leaves Stamford Bridge in the summer. (Sun)

Although the 35-year-old former England defender might be tempted by lucrative offers from China or the Gulf. (Guardian)

Terry has left the door open for the Blues to change their mind and offer him a new deal. (Telegraph)

Letting Terry leave Stamford Bridge is a "big mistake", according to former England midfielder Jamie Redknapp.(Mail)

Ex-Chelsea striker Tony Cascarino believes the decision is "madness".(Times)

Football League tales

Championship promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough could return with an offer for Fulham forward Ross McCormack, 29, after their move for 25-year-old Blackburn striker Jordan Rhodes collapsed. (Times)

Former Millwall and Leicester striker Steve Claridge believes Middlesbrough's move for Rhodes will go through, despite it faltering when personal terms could not be agreed. (BBC Radio 5 live)

Sheffield Wednesday are hopeful of completing the loan signing of 29-year-old Everton winger Aiden McGeady. (Sheffield Star)

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Roma strengthen and Chinese splash cash

Queens Park Rangers manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has agreed a £350,000 fee with former club Burton for their 26-year-old top scorer Abdenasser El Khayati. (Daily Telegraph)

Championship strugglers Charlton are interested in a loan deal for Arsenal midfielder Serge Gnabry, 20. (News Shopper)

Cardiff City look set to be given clearance to sign 22-year-old striker Kenneth Zohore from Danish side OB, despite a transfer ban. (Wales Online)

Plymouth manager Derek Adams says he has had "no word" about whether Crystal Palace will allow midfielder Hiram Boateng, 20, to re-sign for the Pilgrims on loan. (Plymouth Herald)

Further afield

Sporting Kansas City defender Erik Palmer-Brown, 18, could be set for a loan move to Porto. (Kansas City Star)

Genoa's Argentine winger Diego Perotti, 27, is set to join Serie A rivals Roma. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

Social Media

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher was at AC Milan's derby win over Serie A rivals Inter Milan and managed to get a picture with one of Italy's greatest defenders, Franco Baresi. Carragher wrote: "Just getting ready for #DerbiDelaMadonina with the best defender I've ever seen! #baresi"

Jamie Carragher on Twitter
Jamie Carragher (left) with former Italy and AC Milan centre-back Franco Baresi

And finally

The Afghan Football Federation says five-year-old Murtaza Ahmadi, who became a social media hit when he was pictured wearing a Lionel Messi shirt made out of a plastic bag, will meet the Barcelona star. (La Gazzetta dello Sport)

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