Wayne Rooney might have earned praise from Manchester United manager David Moyes following his substitute appearance in the Premier League-opening win at Swansea City, but that isn't stopping the transfer speculation over the striker.
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The Stamford Bridge boss has not hidden his desire to bring the England international to the club this summer, and Jonathan Northcroft of the Sunday Times (subscription required) reports that the player is determined to make the move.
Rooney came off the bench to help set up two goals at Swansea on Saturday and underline his worth to the team, but Northcroft also noted a pointed lack of celebration by the player.
Lewandowski had appeared to be set for a move to Bayern Munich at the end of this season, as David Kent of the Daily Mail noted, but Borussia Dortmund could be seriously tempted to do business with Chelsea in a snub to their Bundesliga rivals, claims Nixon.
While Moyes attempts to douse the fire over Rooney, his own transfer focus is now on former club Everton and Belgian midfielder Fellaini, reports Simon Mullock of the Sunday Mirror.
But the Goodison Park club are still unhappy at the way in which their long-serving manager left for United and will not welcome a move for Fellaini with the close of the transfer window approaching, says Mullock.
However, Matt Law of the Sunday Mirror reports that Real Madrid midfielder Luka Modric favours the idea of becoming a United player in preference to a return to Tottenham as part of the deal to take Bale to the Bernabeu.
Bale is angry at Tottenham claims he has remained silent over his view on the proposed transfer to Real Madrid, reports Tom Hopkinson of the Sunday People.
Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas said during the week that nobody knew the Wales international's opinion on the deal because he had not said anything.
But Bale, 24, believes he has kept the White Hart Lane club fully informed during the long-running saga over his proposed world-record move to the La Liga giants, according to Hopkinson.
Dean Jones of the Sunday People has previously reported that the deal has been held up by Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy's concerns over the way the transfer fee will be funded.
However, Swansea and manager Michael Laudrup are in no rush to lose Michu, according to Wyett, and have used Villa's £25 million valuation of Christian Benteke as their template for the ex-Rayo Vallecano man.
Leandro Damiao has emerged as a potential target for Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers, claims Dean Jones of the Sunday People.
With Arsenal still chasing Suarez and both Tottenham and Manchester United showing interest in Anzhi Makhachkala star Willian, the Reds are lining up Damiao as a possible buy, Jones says.