Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand's future at Old Trafford, a controversial trip to Dubai for Queens Park Rangers and a link between Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri and a major European club all feature in today's round-up.
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The 34-year-old defender's current deal will expire at the end of this season, but Ferguson was quoted by BBC Sport as saying he believes Ferdinand extending his stay at Old Trafford is "a strong possibility."
Giggs signed a new contract with the club this week to continue his playing career until he is 40, and Ferdinand is on course to follow his teammate by agreeing a new contract.
It never rains but it pours for QPR manager Harry Redknapp at the moment.
Not content with their woeful position at the foot of the Premier League and just two league wins to their name, Queens Park Rangers have hit the headlines in The Mirror following a recent training trip to Dubai.
Unnamed QPR players spoke with the newspaper to express their concern at events at warm-weather camp where late drinking sessions appeared to dominate the exercise.
According to the newspaper report, Rangers manager Harry Redknapp stayed in a different hotel to the squad, but we aren't too convinced the boss and his team will have impressed the Loftus Road supporters and owner Tony Fernandes with this tale.
Will David Beckham be signing more PSG shirts in the future?
David Beckham only made his Paris Saint-Germain debut last weekend but he already has one eye on extending his short-term deal, according to L'Equipe (via Sky Sports).
The former Manchester United, Real Madrid and LA Galaxy midfielder has signed a contract with the Ligue 1 club until the end of the season.
But the 37-year-old believes he can follow the example of former Old Trafford teammate Ryan Giggs and extend his playing career beyond the current campaign.
Could Samir Nasri be on his way back to France?
If Beckham does extend his stay at Paris Saint-Germain, he could find himself lining up alongside Samir Nasri if reports in the Daily Mail reach fruition.
PSG, under the ownership of the Qatari Investment Authority, would have the finances to tempt former Arsenal man Nasri if he decides to leave the Etihad Stadium this season.
Inter Milan striker Antonio Cassano has been dropped from the squad.
The Inter manager confirmed the pair had a "discussion" during the week in the dressing room ahead of the weekend Serie A game.
Stramaccioni was unhappy with the way the story leaked out of the club, but maintained his decision to drop Cassano was due to squad rotation and not a punishment.