The start of another week means a fresh batch of rumours and news in the papers, so here's a look at the big stories this Monday. 1. Manchester United are eyeing a move for Thomas Muller, who is reported to be considering moving away from current German champions Bayern Munich. (Source: http://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/419714/Thomas-Muller-eyes-move-away-from-Bayern-Munich) 2. Juventus are reported to be interested in signing Mario Balotelli on loan from Liverpool with a £14 million buy option. (Source, SUBSCRIPTION REQUIRED: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/sport/football/premierleague/article4320519.ece) 3. West Ham's Ravel Morrison is on the verge of moving to Lazio. (Source: http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/transfer-news/lazio-plot-move-west-ham-4967184) 4. Spurs' Adebayor is considering a move to Parma, but his wage demands are considered too high by the Italians. (Source: http://www.standard.co.uk/sport/football/tottenham-transfer-news-parma-hold-adebayor-talks-but-strikers-wage-demands-leave-serie-a-move-in-doubt-9971771.html) 5. Crystal Palace are said to be on the verge of signing Arsenal's Yaya Sanogo on loan for the rest of the season. (Source: http://www.dailystar.co.uk/sport/football/419786/Arsenal-AGREE-loan-deal-Crystal-Palace-fringe-striker-Yaya-Sanogo) My Thoughts: 1. Would be a very interesting move and a big one for both clubs. Muller's good enough to play in the Premier League but I never thought he wanted to. 2. Would be a dream for Liverpool as they'd almost make their money back on the striker and get to offload him. 3. Morrison's been a problem child off the pitch and that's kept him from being selected. The fans are fed up with him, the board is fed up with him, the manager's fed up with him; it's only a matter of time. 4. Adebayor is good enough for both the Premier League and Spurs but I don't know why Tottenham doesn't play him more often but he wants playing time. Parma would be under his ability but not a bad choice if and only if they can pay him what he wants. 5. Would be a key signing for Palace in their quest to stay up. Expect it soon.