Transfer News Today: Liverpool line up Tevez to replace Suarez


Forum chatter

Big-spending Monaco could be ready to make another high-profile swoop, this time in England. After signing roughly half the world's exciting attackers (Falcao, James Rodriguez), the side from the principality are looking to bolster their defence with the addition of Chelsea captain John Terry. But would Jose Mourinho be willing to listen to offers for one of his favourites?


Tabloid speculation I

With Luis Suarez looking likely to leave, Liverpool will soon be in need of a new striker. An who better to replace the feisty, controversial South American than feisty, controversial South American Carlos Tevez? Looks like a match made in heaven to us.


Tabloid speculation II

Arsenal's rumoured interest in Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney is starting to look less ludicrous than it first appeared, with Gunners chief executive Ivan Gazidis telling fans that the club has the money to buy any player in the world. Which raises the question: then why buy Rooney?


Come and get me

Simon Mignolet has put a whole host of clubs - including Liverpool and Arsenal - on alert after signalling that he won't be signing a contract extension at Sunderland. The Belgian stopper earnt plenty of fans with a string of impressive performances last season, and would surely be a fine signing for either of those sides.


Contact made

Another man on Arsenal's radar is Marouane Fellaini. The London club are thought to have contacted Everton about a potential transfer this summer, with the fee likely to be over £20million. Could this be the year Arsenal actually buy a midfielder who can tackle and scrap as well as just pass?


Signed, sealed, delivered

Manchester City yesterday finalised a deal for Brazilian midfielder Fernandinho. The 28-year-old has been one of Shakhtar Donestk's best performers in the Champions League in recent years and should provide some of the impetus that Gareth Barry seems unable to muster in the centre of the park.