The transfer window may have slammed shut, but that doesn't mean talk of moves has died down.
Find out the latest here in our transfer gossip round-up, and don't forget to vote for your terrace hero in our brand new football award, here.
Transfer news and gossip from today's Daily Mirror
Brazilian star Willian last night claimed he always wanted to go to Chelsea - because they are a "better club" than Tottenham.
Mesut Ozil is set to be thrown straight in for his Arsenal debut at Sunderland.
Gareth Bale arrived in Madrid yesterday to meet new Real team-mate Cristiano Ronaldo.
Steve Clarke is keen to see Shane Long pledge his future to West Brom and sign a new contract just over a week after trying to sell him.
Brentford have fought off competition from Serie A side Bologna to sign Liverpool youngster Joao Carlos Teixeira.
QPR outcast Hogan Ephraim is set to rescued by Wolves with a loan spell.
Cardiff boss Malky Mackay has made Craig Conway, Simon Lappin, Filip Kiss and Etien Velikonja available for loan.
Transfer news and gossip from other newspapers and websites
Chelsea midfielder Juan Mata is being monitored by Barcelona, with reports the Spaniard is unhappy at Stamford Bridge. (Daily Star)
Liverpool, Everton and Arsenal will lead the chase for CSKA Moscow star Keisuke Honda in January, after he admitted he won't be staying in the Russian league. (Daily Star)
Liverpool are set to make a new approach to sign highly-rated Derby County teenager Will Hughes during the January transfer window. (Metro)
Crystal Palace and Reading target David Vaughan says he will look to quit Sunderland if he doesn't get more playing time. (Daily Express)
Tottenham star Lewis Holtby could be set to leave White Hart Lane in January - possibly to return to former club Schalke - after Spurs brought in more midfielders this summer. (Daily Star)
Jonjo Shelvey says he had to quit Liverpool for Swansea, as he wasn't prepared to sit on the bench and just collect his wages. (Daily Mail)
Southampton keeper Paulo Gazzaniga is a loan target for former club Gillingham. (Daily Star)