As I mentioned previously, it's that time of year again, and the rumors keep rolling in. Crash.net is reporting that Ducati team boss Livio Suppo has given his approval to James Toseland joining Pramac d'Antin Ducati for 2007. Toseland is currently riding a Ten Kate Honda in the World Superbike class, but has made no secret of his desire to move up to MotoGP. In the deal under discussion, Toseland could join MotoGP veteral Max Biaggi on satellite Ducatis, but with Pramac supplying a lot more sponsorship cash, the d'Antin would have more competitive bikes and access to Bridgestone tires. No deal has been signed yet (or even discussed openly), but if the extra money appears, it could be a competitive option. More details, or otherwise complete denials, are likely to appear over the coming weeks.