The Barcelona ace has apparently been offered a return to England and Arsenal are willing to do a swap deal with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang going the other way.
With Mikel Artera said to have run out of patience with Aubameyang, it could be the deal that saves the Spaniard his job.
But the Arsenal fans really are a hard bunch to please, aren't they.
Ole wants to extend the contracts of five players, according to our sister website Football365.
With David de Gea on an eye-watering weekly wage of £375,000, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to improve the salaries of Marcus Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, Harry Maguire, Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw to avoid disharmony in the squad.
The quintet are believed to be earning an average wage of £200,000 per week while Pogba is on around £290,000.
How do they survive? While Pogba's future is unclear, at least we know United fan Kevin would never have left.
Should Daniel Levy block the path of Harry Kane's move to Manchester City, Cristiano Ronaldo may be the short-term solution for Pep.
Ronaldo could be available for as little as £25million with Juventus wanting him off their wage bill, Corriere Dello Sport claims.
Could we actually see Ronaldo move to the noisy neighbours of Manchester?
Rome wasn't built in one day and neither was the signing of Tammy Abraham.
Throughout the summer there has been speculation on the future of Abraham, especially since the arrival of Romelu Lukaku at Stamford Bridge.
It's official, Abraham will be playing for Jose Mourinho's Roma and here is how to say his name correctly...
Don't call it a comeback.
Tom Huddlestone is returning to Hull City having left the club four years ago to join Derby County.
After impressing during pre-season, Huddlestone has signed a one-year deal and Jack is buzzing.
Still not exactly sure how he ended up with four England caps.