Gossip column: Berahino, Valdes, Adebayor, Lopez, Tarbuck

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Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is considering a third bid of £22m for West Brom striker Saido Berahino, 22. (The Mirror)external-link

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Levy could also make a late move to bring Newcastle forward Ayoze Perez, 22, to White Hart Lane in a £15m deal. (Daily Mail)external-link

Spurs are attempting a £15m bid for West Ham midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate, 25, and are pondering a move for Southampton's defensive midfielder Victor Wanyama, 24. (The Sun - subscription)external-link

Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri, 28, has emerged as a late target for Juventus, following Kevin De Bruyne's arrival at Etihad Stadium.(Daily Star)external-link

West Ham are set to secure Chelsea winger Victor Moses, 24, on a season-long loan, and have agreed a £7m deal with Nottingham Forest for striker Michail Antonio, 25.(Daily Express)external-link

West Ham could sign Tottenham striker Emmanuel Adebayor, 31, before Tuesday's transfer deadline.(Talksport)external-link

But Aston Villa are also interested in a deal for Adebayor - while manager Tim Sherwood is set to sign defender Joleon Lescott, 33, from West Brom for £1.5m.(Daily Telegraph)external-link

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West Brom are in talks to sign Spain midfielder David Lopez, 25, from Napoli for £5m, but face competition from Leicester.(Daily Mail)external-link

Everton are battling to snap up Swiss teenage striker Breel Embolo from Basel for £14.5m. Embolo, 18, is rated as one of the best young talents in Europe.(The Sun - subscription only)external-link

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Watford are preparing to bring in Rennes' French midfielder Abdoulaye Doucoure, 22, for £7m on deadline day.(Daily Star)external-link

Defender Gabriel Angella, 26, will have a medical at QPR on Tuesday before completing a loan move from Watford.(Watford Observer)external-link

Sunderland are set to make a deadline-day bid to sign Liverpool defender Tiago Ilori, 22, on loan.(The Mirror)external-link

Arsenal defender Nacho Monreal, 29, has increased speculation regarding a move to Athletic Bilbao by following the La Liga club on Twitter.(Metro)external-link

Paris St-Germain winger Angel Di Maria, 27, says he found it "difficult to adapt" to Louis van Gaal's coaching methods at Manchester United.(ESPN Radio, via AS)external-link

Goalkeeper Victor Valdes, 33, will stay at Manchester United until January after a proposed loan move to Turkish club Besiktas collapsed.(Times - subscription required)external-link

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Here's an offer you can't refuse, Antonio...

Victor Valdes has indicated he might have resolved his differences with Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal, by posting the club badge on his Facebook page.external-link

Another goalkeeper, though, confirmed his Old Trafford departure on Twitter. Anders Lindegaard posted:external-link "Very happy to have signed with WBA. Can't wait to get started in my new club!"

Comedian Bob Mortimer - presumably with tongue in cheek - is pushing for his beloved Middlesbrough to sign Antonio Valencia, even tweeting a photoexternal-link of the run-down terraced house that the Manchester United winger could move into.

"I'm surprised the Premier League haven't left open a Europa League place for the team topping the total spend at the end of the window," tweetsexternal-link former Aberdeen goalkeeper David Preece, now a coach at National League side Lincoln City.

Comedian Andy Fury tweeted:external-link "Fabio Borini says it'll be emotional playing at Sunderland again. Can only assume that emotion is devastation that nobody else bid for him."

And finally...

Belgium striker Christian Benteke has been backed to succeed at Liverpool... by comedian Jimmy Tarbuck. (Liverpool Echo)external-link

Australia players, who are in the middle of a pay dispute, have been urged not to boycott Thursday's World Cup qualifier with Bangladesh. (The Guardian)external-link