Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper.
Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.
Georginio Wijnaldum to Fenerbahce
Turkish paper A Spor, with the arrival of Naby Keita and Fabinho, Wijnaldum is unhappy at being pushed down the pecking order at Liverpool and a move to Fenerbahce could be on the cards. If it comes off, the midfielder will be reunited with his former manager from his PSV days, Phillip Cocu.
Grzegorz Krychowiak to Liverpool
If that's the case, Wijnaldum won't be fond of this rumour. The Sun are reporting that Jurgen Klopp would like to bring Krychowiak to Liverpool following the departure of Emre Can. Much will depend on whether the Pole fits into new Paris Saint-Germain manager Thomas Tuchel's plans though.
Peter Crouch to Sydney FC
Australian club Sydney FC are looking to raise their profile by signing big man Crouch, according to The Sun. Melbourne Victory are also apparently interested, but a deal would have to be worth the striker's while as he has previously told Planet Football that he has "unfinished business" at Stoke following their relegation.
Islam Slimani to Fenerbahce
Slimani's time at Leicester didn't really work out as planned and Fenerbahce are the latest club looking to take the Algeria striker on loan, according to Turkish paper Takvim. According to the report, the club have been in contact with Slimani's representatives and the deal could be a season-long loan for Leicester's record signing.
David Luiz to Napoli
New Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti wants to take Luiz to Italy, according to reports in The Mirror. Luiz has been surplus to requirements at Chelsea for close to a year, and it remains to be seen whether that would change under rumoured new boss Maurizio Sarri. Ancelotti and Luiz's time at Chelsea overlapped, though only for five months, in the first half of 2011.