Experienced players only need apply for this Wednesday edition of the B/R World Football Gossip Roundup.
Wesley Sneijder is reportedly in the market for a transfer. Which big-spending English club is interested?
Former FIFA World Player of the Year Kaká, meanwhile, is fielding questions about a trans-Atlantic move. But is he really interested?
Finally, Thierry Henry might be heading back to his old stomping grounds. Want to know more? Keep reading for all the details.
Manchester City are interested in Wesley Sneijder, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Dutch midfielder Sneijder, 28, is reportedly ready to leave Inter Milan over a contract dispute. He has also been linked with Manchester United.
Sneijder joined Inter in 2009 after spells with Real Madrid and Ajax.
Real Madrid midfielder Kaká has denied rumors linking him with the Los Angeles Galaxy (via Goal.com).
Kaká, 30, joined Real in 2009 but has failed to hold down a starting spot in recent seasons.
The Galaxy won their second straight MLS Cup earlier this month. Superstar David Beckham left the club after the match.
There's nothing going on with LA Galaxy or the MLS at the moment. We'll see what Real Madrid have in mind. I have always said I would be delighted to stay here. I'm fine and I have a contract to 2015. I hope to know the club's decision and its position shortly. In the summer we will find a solution. I will continue to train and do what I do.
Kaká was named FIFA World Player of the Year in 2007.
Spain forward Fernando Llorente has confirmed he will leave Athletic Bilbao at the end of the season (via The Guardian).
Llorente, 27, rejected a new contract during the summer. His current deal expires at the end of the season.
"I am going to leave on 30 June," Llorente said in a statement. "I want to develop as a player and try something new."
Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham, Chelsea and Manchester City are interested in signing Llorente, according to Metro.
Napoli and Genoa are interested in signing Michu from Swansea after the Spaniard's strong start to the Premier League season, according to the Daily Mirror.
Michu, 26, joined Swansea over the summer in a deal worth a reported £2 million (via The Guardian). He scored both goals in Swansea's 2-0 away win at Arsenal over the weekend.
Thierry Henry is heading back to Arsenal, according to a Goal.com exclusive.
Henry, 35, will reportedly join Arsenal on Jan. 1 for a short-term loan from the New York Red Bulls. It would be his third stint with the club.
Henry is Arsenal's all-time leading scorer with 228 goals. He first played for the club from 1999 to 2007 and again last winter during a short-term loan.