Paper Chase: City tracking Samp star
Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...
John Terry is expected to discover his FA fate today after his racial abuse "trial" went into a fourth day.
Wayne Rooney made his long-awaited comeback last night as Manchester United edged their way into the last 16 of the Capital One Cup.
Blackburn boss Steve Kean has been summoned to India to sort out his future with owners Venky's.
Manchester City midfielder Abdi Ibrahim has a host of Premier League clubs battling to take him on loan in January.
Spurs are watching Partizan Belgrade's exciting midfielder Nikola Ninkovic, 17.
Arsene Wenger hailed Theo Walcott's lethal finishing after Arsenal beat Coventry 6-1 - then told him to remain patient in his quest to be a striker.
ARCHIVE: PAPER CHASE
Every morning, FOX Soccer gathers the rumors from across England's papers and presents them to you in one place: Paper Chase. Here are the archives:
John Terry will return for the fourth day of his FA disciplinary hearing into using alleged racist language against QPR defender Anton Ferdinand.
Blackburn want 1995 title-winning skipper Tim Sherwood to lead them out of crisis.
El-Hadji Diouf has promised Neil Warnock he will not quit Leeds to grab some Middle East millions.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce will look to loan out some youngsters found lacking in the Capital One Cup.
Norwich, Wigan and Southampton want Manchester City midfielder Abdisalam Ibrahim.
Garry Monk will quit Swansea if he does not get a regular starting spot.
Shaun Derry is willing to become a loan Ranger to get first-team action.
John Terry's defense team have accused the FA of unfair treatment of their client during his time as England captain.
Wayne Rooney made a surprise return to Manchester United's starting line-up as they beat Newcastle 2-1 - with the scar clearly visible from his horror injury a month ago.
MORE JOHN TERRY
- Skipper out for weeks not months
- Terry decides against appeal
- Hodgson disappointed over retirement
- Terry quits England national team
- FA charges Terry for improper conduct
- Chelsea's Cole defends Terry | Video
- Terry found not guilty | FA to study case
- Hodgson saddened by Terry retirement
- Ferdinand snubs Terry's handshake
- FA hands Terry four-match ban
- Sir Alex Ferguson: Terry let off lightly
- Anton reacts: Footage doesn't lie
- Triesman: Black players let down
Blackburn will make a formal approach to Tottenham this week in the hope of persuading Tim Sherwood to become their new manager.
Chelsea have given a trial to Sweden youth international Ihab Naser.
Manchester City are watching Sampdoria midfielder Pedro Obiang.
Wayne Rooney was forced to take a back seat despite making a shock return for Manchester United.
John Terry is set to find out his fate today at the FA disciplinary hearing into his alleged racist abuse of Anton Ferdinand.
John Terry will learn his fate today as he returns to Wembley to hear the verdict from the Independent Regulatory FA Commission into charges that he racially abused QPR defender Anton Ferdinand.