Those that are though centre around one man and where he will be plying his trade in the future.
The Sun claims Manchester City, Paris St Germain and Barcelona are all involved in a "massive tug of war" over Arsenal striker Robin van Persie, who caused a storm the other day when he said he will not renew his contract at the Emirates.
The Daily Telegraph and the Daily Mail add Juventus into the mix, with the Italian giants prepared to make the Arsenal captain the highest paid player in their history.
Manchester United are also in the running, according to The Sun, although their local rivals City may have the edge in the race for RVP's signature after Blues defender Kolo Toure said he would love to play alongside his former Arsenal team-mate once again (Daily Star).
New Tottenham manager Andre Villas-Boas has told Jermain Defoe he cannot leave White Hart Lane, reports the Daily Mail.
Defoe fell out of favour with former boss Harry Redknapp towards the end of last season leading to speculation the England striker would be on his way out. But AVB has made it clear he wants Defoe to stay.
Meanwhile, Spurs have made a £13 million offer for France goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, says The Sun.
The 25-year-old shot stopper is on the market for £16m, but Spurs are keen to test Lyon's resolve for a lower bid. Jack Butland, England's third-string keeper at Euro 2012, is also on Spurs' radar.
The Daily Mail reports that Luka Modric remains high on Real Madrid's shopping list, despite the Spanish club and Spurs failing to agree on a transfer fee for the Croatian midfielder. The deal is stalling over the small matter of £10m, with Spurs valuing Modric at £40m but Real only willing to pay £30m.
The same paper says Jan Vertonghen's proposed move to White Hart Lane is still hanging in the balance.
It is understood the Belgian, who is in the final year of his contract at Ajax, believes he is entitled to a cut of the reported £9m transfer fee, but the Dutch club disagree.
Elsewhere, QPR hope to beat off Everton's interest to snare Blackburn winger Junior Hoilett, although the Daily Mirrror adds that Borussia Monchengladbach and Sunderland are also interested in the Canadian.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has been told he can sign FC Twente striker Luuk de Jong for £16m (The Sun) and Toon's £6m target Mathieu Debuchy will have showdown talks with his club Lille at the weekend. (Daily Mail)
In other tittle-tattle today, Aston Villa and Sunderland are in a £9m fight over Real Mallorca centre-back Ivan Ramis, Arsenal reject Marouane Chamakh could be on his way to Fiorentina in Italy (The Sun), and Wigan owner Dave Whelan has told Chelsea he will not cut his asking price of £10m for Victor Moses. (Daily Mail)
And finally, Roma forward Fabio Borini is close to becoming Brendan Rodgers's first signing as Liverpool manager.
The Daily Telegraph reports that the Italy U21 international, who has worked with Rodgers twice before - at Chelsea's academy and then during a successful loan spell at Swansea - has flourished since moving back to his homeland with Bologna, from where he was immediately loaned out to Roma.
The Giallorossi are believed to have an option to buy him for £7m, but Rodgers is keen to take him to Anfield, where he would slot in on the right hand side of an attacking three.