Friday's round up of the top transfer stories from the past 24 hours...
- Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted he wants to "bring one more signing in, maybe two more" this summer as he continues to be linked with the likes of Tottenham playmaker Luka Modric, Porto's Joao Moutinho, and Arsenal captain Robin van Persie.
- But Tottenham have confirmed they are ready to battle United in the race to sign Moutinho this summer.
- And Paris Saint-Germain have refused to rule out a move for Modric, who is also a target for Real Madrid.
- Chelsea have been given a boost in their pursuit of Andre Schurrle after Bayer Leverkusen's CEO admitted a deal could still happen.
- And Chelsea are confident of completing the £25million signing of Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Junio, according to The Guardian - but Internacional insist a deal will not happen until after the 2012 Olympic Games.
- Liverpool are keen on signing Schalke duo Lewis Holtby and Julian Draxler, according to Goal.com.
- New Swansea manager Michael Laudrup admits Joe Allen, who has been linked with a move to Liverpool, could be sold this summer.
- Arsenal, Liverpool, and Tottenham have been told they have until Monday to agree a deal if they want to sign Lyon goalkeeper Hugo Lloris this summer.
- Benfica insist they are yet to receive any bids for Axel Witsel, who has been linked with Manchester United and Real Madrid.