In the Manchester Evening News, it has been reiterated that the only club Sergio Ramos wants to leave Real Madrid for is Manchester United. We know that, but it's been said by the previous Real president, Ramon Calderon. That's here.
Pierre van Hooijdonk has claimed that United have been offering Robin van Persie around Europe in an attempt to find a buyer. In the Mirror they have quotes that one of those clubs was Fenerbahce. It's fine for United to get rid of him, but a replacement will obviously be needed. Read that here.
Manchester United have bid £20 million for Southampton's midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin, but are expected to return with a new bid. Just pay them what they want, Edward. The Telegraph story is here.
And another in the Telegraph. PSG have had their FFP restrictions lifted, which allows them to pursue the signature of two hugely expensive players. The first is Cristiano Ronaldo, who would be a superior replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic in every way, but more relevant is their link with Angel Di Maria. As long as United get a decent amount for him, they might as well sell and get someone who weighs more than six stone in. Or get him on the protein shakes and keep him. Does it really matter either way? Read that here and tell me.