Cape Town - The January transfer window is nearing it's close but there is a lot of action still happening behind the scenes.
Here are the EIGHT best transfer rumours from Wednesday:
1. RAHEEM STERLING - Liverpool to Real Madrid
Sterling to Chelsea? No way, with various sources in La Liga claiming Carlo Ancelotti is preparing a stunning £50m offer to bring the Liverpool winger to Real Madrid. (Daily Star)
2. WILFRED ZAHA - Manchester United to Crystal Palace
United are ready to make a loss on Zaha. Signed for £15m in 2013, Crystal Palace will be offering the Red Devils just £6m, and that's depending on bonuses and performances. (The Guardian)
3. FRAIZER CAMPBELL - Crystal Palace to QPR
Queens Park Rangers want a partner for Charlie Austin and have identified Fraizer Campbell as their top target. Crystal Palace are looking to include midfielder Jordon Mutch as part of any deal. (The Mirror)
4. SERGIO RAMOS - Real Madrid to Chelsea
Chelsea have made contact with the Spanish international's agent according to reports. Ramos' contract with Real Madrid expires in 2017 and is considering his options. (The Express)
5. MOUSSA SISSOKO - Newcastle United to PSG
Newcastle have reportedly told PSG to pay €30m for Sissoko's services. The 25-year-old star is keen on a move to Paris.
“Today, PSG are one of the best clubs in Europe,” said Sissoko, in an interview with Foot Mercato.
“If they are interested in me, then I would have to think with my agent.
“These would be difficult things to refuse. I would think. I cannot say yes or no, but it is an interest that I would have to take into consideration.” (Northern Echo)
6. JUAN CUADRADO - Fiorentina to Chelsea
Chelsea are in talks with the Colombian winger despite not yet agreeing a fee with the Serie A club. Chelsea need to sort out Mohamed Salah and Andre Schurrle's exits first. (London Evening Standard)
7. RAVEL MORRISON - West Ham United to Lazio
This move is just about done with the former Manchester United academy player in Rome to complete his move to Lazio. (The Telegraph)
8. SANTIAGO BERNABEU to ABU DHABI BERNABEU
The Santiago Bernabéu stadium, the home of ten time Champions League winners Real Madrid could be renamed.
Real Madrid president Florentino Pérez was reportedly caught on camera admitting the stadium will be called whatever the Abu Dhabi investment group IPIC want it to be called.
Madrid signed a deal with the IPIC in 2014. (The Guardian)