Man City favorites for Falcao
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...
Chelsea are set to take a £30million hit and sell Fernando Torres this summer as incoming boss Jose Mourinho wants a new-look attack and hopes to splash £70m on Napoli star Edinson Cavani and Bayer Leverkusen's Andre Schurrle.
West Ham are ready to make a move for Sunderland's Phil Bardsley.
Reading skipper Jobi McAnuff is a target for Queens Park Rangers.
Thibaut Courtois has told Chelsea he wants to stay with Atletico Madrid.
Chelsea want Manchester United to name their price for Wayne Rooney.
Paolo Di Canio has claimed Sunderland would have been relegated this season if he had not replaced Martin O'Neill.
Manchester City are fast-tracking Patrick Vieira to become their new manager.
Brendan Rodgers will try and jump the queue to sign Asmir Begovic if Pepe Reina joins Barcelona.
Marouane Fellani has made it clear he'd like to follow David Moyes to Manchester United.
Monaco are the latest club eyeing Wayne Rooney's uncertain future at Man United.
Roy Hodgson has revealed his shock and disappointment at three top Premier League clubs going on tour this week ahead of England's next two matches.
Phil Neville has met with Bill Kenwright to discuss succeeding David Moyes as Everton manager.
Manchester City's players have been told a new manager will be in place when they return from their post-season tour of the USA.
Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio is ready to raid former club Lazio for Modibo Diakite.
Arsenal flop Marouane Chamakh is desperate to return to France.
Santos have turned down Barcelona's offer for star forward Neymar.
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup wants a new striker to help share the burden with Michu next season.
Giorgos Karagounis and Simon Davies are both set to leave Fulham.
Gareth Southgate is being lined up to replace Danny Wilson at Sheffield United.
Huddersfield striker Lee Novak is wanted by Port Vale.
Manchester City are set to win the race to sign Radamel Falcao from Atletico Madrid.
Kind-hearted Mike Ashley will pay Newcastle's backroom staff a £1million bonus if the Toon beat Arsenal today.
Paolo Di Canio is furious after more than a dozen Sunderland players partied at a casino in the build-up to today's big Tottenham clash.
Ajax's Christian Eriksen has told Liverpool to make a bid for him otherwise he will sign a new deal in Amsterdam.
Inter Milan are ready to make a move for Thomas Ince, son of their former star Paul.
Liverpool want Asmir Begovic and will offer Stewart Downing in exchange.
Blackburn have slapped a £15million price-tag on Jordan Rhodes to scare off West Brom and Hull City.
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Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley will hand over a staggering £1 million to be shared among his St James' Park matchday workers if the Toon beat Arsenal this afternoon.
England boss Roy Hodgson has hit out at Chelsea, Manchester City and Spurs after each club arranged a tour at the end of a grueling season.
Rafa Benitez admits he can never become the Everton boss. Aston Villa are plotting a swoop for Burnley ace Charlie Austin.
Alex McLeish has thrown his hat into the ring to become new Millwall manager.
Harry Kewell is back in England and looking for a club. Rio Ferdinand is close to agreeing a new one-year contract at Manchester United.
Newcastle and Southampton are both on the trail of Anderlecht's Cheikhou Kouyate.
Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio is set to raid former club Lazio for center-back Modibo Diakite.
Watford hope to keep on-loan Matej Vydra if they clinch promotion to the Premier League.
Wayne Rooney will not travel with the Manchester United squad for Sir Alex Ferguson's final game today - but he does so with the blessing of his retiring manager.
Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones has apologized to his team-mate Glenn Whelan after smashing his car windscreen in a mistaken act of retribution for a training ground prank which went wrong.
Roy Hodgson has criticized Manchester City, Chelsea and Tottenham for the timing of their post-season tours of the US, claiming England's plans for friendly matches against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil have been "scotched".
Roy Hodgson will ask England supporters attending the friendly with the Republic of Ireland not to sing "No Surrender (to the IRA)".