Here's some more transfer lines from the Sunday papers.
THE SUN ON SUNDAY: Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin could be lined up as the replacement for Mikel Arteta at Arsenal.
SUNDAY PEOPLE: Sweden left-back Mikael Dyrestam has emerged as a free-transfer target for Bolton.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY: Isco is unsettled at Real Madrid - so Manchester City may try to sign him again in the summer.
For more, check out Paper Talk.
A Manchester United spokesman has said that reports of Wayne Rooney having penned a new contract worth £300,000 a week and running until summer 2018 are premature.
There is no deal, which is why we haven't announced it.
Sky Sports News
Manchester United say Wayne Rooney has yet to sign a new deal - details #SSN
Feb. 16, 2014ReplyRetweetFavorite
Sunday Supplement panel guest Charlie Wyett believes Wayne Rooney, who is set to sign a new four-and-a-half year contract at Manchester United, has bought into the David Moyes philosophy.
Here's the pick of the transfer stories from Sunday's newspapers...
THE SUN ON SUNDAY: Manchester City's Micah Richards is an £8million target for Liverpool and Galatasaray.
SUNDAY EXPRESS: Chelsea are keen to sign injured Germany midfielder Sami Khedira from Real Madrid.
THE PEOPLE: Levante goalkeeper Keylor Navas is being tracked by both Liverpool and Everton.
Read our full Paper Talk feature for plenty more transfer gossip.
Wayne Rooney's contract situation at Manchester United plus the future of Patrice Evra both feature heavily in Sky Sports News' Paper Review.
Welcome back to the Sky Sports Transfer Clockwatch this Sunday morning. Coming up, we'll bring you all the latest from the back pages of the newspapers, plus Sunday Supplement discussion.
That's it for today from the Sky Sports Transfer Clockwatch. Join us again from 9am on Sunday morning as we continue to bring you all of the latest news and speculation.
Espanyol goalkeeper Kiko Casilla has brushed aside transfer talk and confirmed that he wants to sign a new contract. The 27-year-old has been heavily linked with a move away from his Catalan employers, with Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United among those reported to be keen on acquiring his services.
Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti has no fears regarding Iker Casillas' state of mind as he forms part of a rotation policy. Once the undisputed number one for club and country, the Spain international now finds himself filling back-up duties at Santiago Bernabeu and has been linked with a move to several clubs across Europe - including Arsenal.
Julio Cesar has heaped praise on Brazil's managerial team after sealing his loan move to Toronto, with the Queens Park Rangers keeper more than pleased to have joined the MLS outfit. Cesar told Globo Esporte how happy he was with Brazilian management duo Luis Felipe Scolari and Carlos Alberto Parreira, who have stood by him despite not playing for QPR this season.
What Luis Felipe Scolari and Carlos Alberto Parreira have been doing for me is incredible. I never feared being out of the national team as my relation with Scolari and Parreira has always been very open.
Doncaster confirm signing of Jordan Bowery from Aston Villa.
Doncaster Rovers FC
We are delighted to announce the loan signing of Aston Villa striker Jordan Bowery. See official website for more details #Drfc
Feb. 15, 2014ReplyRetweetFavorite
According to Spanish daily Marca, Real Madrid have opened talks with Karim Benzema over a new deal. His current contract runs until 2015