With under three weeks of the transfer window remaining, Newcastle United and their Premier League rivals remain busy behind the scenes.
And reports today suggest that Rafa Benitez has sanctioned a striker loan deal - while he is also eyeing a permanent recruit as Newcastle continue to 'wheel and deal' in the market.
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Elsewhere, there are updates from a whole host of other top flight clubs as they seek new additions before the start of the new campaign.
Here's the rumours doing the rounds today:
Newcastle United have 'agreed' to loan Aleksandar Mitrovic to Turkish side Fenerbahce, according to Turkish media. Despite reports from London yesterday suggesting that the Serbian striker was set for a permanent move to Fulham, sources in Turkey believe that Mitrovic is instead set to join the Super Lig giants on a season-long loan (SporX)
Meanwhile, Benitez is reportedly set to rekindle his interest in Liverpool striker Divock Origi - but is eyeing a permanent deal as opposed to a loan switch (Anfield HQ)
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Everton are chasing a double attacking swoop, with Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha and Arsenal's Danny Welbeck on Marco Silva's wanted list (Mirror)
New Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is targeting deals for Juventus duo Gonzalo Higuain and Daniele Rugani (Evening Standard)
Liverpool have dropped all interest in a £53m deal for Lyon winger Nabil Fekir (Mail)
Nacho Monreal looks to be remaining at Arsenal after Real Sociedad cooled their interest in the full-back (Mundo Deportivo)
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Manchester United are lining-up a raid on Bayern Munich, with striker Robert Lewandowski and midfielder Thiago Alcantara on their radar (Independent)
Jack Grealish remains in talks over a move to Tottenham as Aston Villa look set to lose their prize asset (Sky Sports)
Burnley have held talks with recently-relegated Swansea City over a double deal for Alfie Mawson and Sam Clucas (Mail)