Manchester United and Liverpool have an intense rivalry, on and off the pitch.
Because of that, it is extremely rare for players to move between the two clubs, but a surprise transfer could take place this summer, according to a report in one of today's newspapers.
That is just one of the stories to have made today's headlines, with Chelsea, Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur among the other clubs to feature.
Man United are considering a move for Liverpool midfielder Joe Allen, who is also a target of former club Swansea City. (South Wales Evening Post)
Chelsea want to sign AC Milan goalkeeper Diego Lopez if Asmir Begovic departs for Everton. (Gazza Mercato)
Riyad Mahrez is set to leave Premier League champions Leicester City for Barcelona after rejecting a new contract. (The Sun)
However, Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri is confident Mahrez will stay at the King Power Stadium. (Daily Star)
The agent of Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba has not set a deadline for a move to Man United to be completed, but all parties want the deal done quickly. (Manchester Evening News)
Pogba may decide to stay at Juventus to play in the Champions League, with Man United in the Europa League next season. (The Times)
Newcastle midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum is wanted by Liverpool in a £20million deal. (Daily Telegraph)
Arsenal and Chelsea target Kostas Manolas is not for sale, insist Roma. (London Evening Standard)
Manchester City are set to rival Man United for the £15million signing of West Ham United defender Reece Oxford. (The Sun)
Juventus defender Leonardo Bonucci has been offered to Man City, but the Italian club want £50million for him. (Manchester Evening News)
A move by Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam to Burnley has been ruled out by Potters manager Mark Hughes. (Burnley Express)
Tottenham have opened talks with Marseille over a £11million deal for winger Georges-Kevin N'Koudou. (Daily Mail)
West Ham striker Enner Valencia is wanted by Swansea and Lazio. (Daily Mirror)
Burnley are set to land Charlton Athletic duo Johann Berg Gudmundsson and Nick Pope for a combined fee of £3.6million this week. (Daily Mirror)
Meanwhile, it is relatively quiet on the transfer front at Sunderland.