Ferdinand offered MLS chance
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...
Manchester United have made a £22.5m bid for young Southampton defender Luke Shaw.
Wonderkid Julian Draxler is desperate to sign for Arsenal as the Gunners hierarchy negotiate his move in Germany - even though Arsene Wenger has played down the chances of the move happening.
Rio Ferdinand has been offered an MLS move as his Manchester United contract ticks down.
West Ham are having second thoughts over Joleon Lescott's wages, but have bid for Raoul Loé and Marco Borriello.
Cardiff City are negotiating for Stoke forward Kenwyne Jones, and are prepared to offer Peter Odemwingie as a makeweight.
Southampton are eyeing up Sampdoria forward Eder to replace Dani Osvaldo, on whom they will take a £5million hit to sell to Inter Milan or Juventus.
Norwich are looking to ward Celtic off Robert Snodgrass by slapping a £6million price tag on the winger.
Crystal Palace are eyeing up Cedric Bakambu and Will Buckley as part of a long list of transfer targets.
Swansea are to battle Celtic for Wolves forward Leigh Griffiths.
Arsenal target Mario Mandzukic could be allowed to leave Bayern Munich after rowing with Pep Guardiola and being left out of the Bundesliga squad.
West Brom lead a host of clubs in the chase for £7million-rated Danny Ings.
Laurent Blanc has confirmed PSG are interested in signing Yohan Cabaye.
Sir Alex Ferguson insists Manchester United will not sack David Moyes.
Manchester United have made a fresh bid to get Wayne Rooney to sign a new four-year deal.
Arsenal are close to agreeing a £30million deal to sign Schalke star Julian Draxler.
Jose Mourinho has blasted Arsene Wenger for complaining about the Juan Mata transfer.
West Ham have baulked at Leeds' £5million asking price for skipper Ross McCormack.
Charlton are keen to bring former Norwich striker Simeon Jackson back from Bundesliga side Eintracht Braunschweig.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp has been snubbed by Ajax striker Kolbeinn Sigthorsson.
Gus Poyet has told Stoke to forget about a £5million move for Sunderland midfielder Lee Cattermole.
Sir Alex Ferguson last night claimed Manchester United can still win this season's Barclays Premier League.
Cardiff are set to beat Premier League rivals Crystal Palace to the signing of Wigan centre-back Ivan Ramis.
David Moyes attended Bayern Munich's clash with Borussia Monchengladbach on Friday to watch Mario Mandzukic and Patrick Herrmann - but Toni Kroos has now emerged as a viable Manchester United target too.
Manchester United are considering a £23million offer for Southampton left-back Luke Shaw following the completion of Juan Mata's £37m move from Chelsea.
West Ham have had a bid for Leeds striker Ross McCormack rejected by the Sky Bet Championship club.
Trabzonspor have had a £4million bid for Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse rejected.
Jermaine Pennant has been allowed to find a new club as a free agent after being released by Stoke.
Jose Mourinho has slammed Arsene Wenger for having another go at Chelsea.
Paris Saint-Germain manager Laurent Blanc has admitted his interest in signing 25-year-old Newcastle and France midfielder Yohan Cabaye.
Everton have completed the signing of Monaco striker Lacina Traore on a loan deal until the end of the season.
Jose Mourinho believes Juan Mata was not clever enough to stay at Chelsea.
Manchester United's signing of Spain playmaker Mata from Chelsea does not mean 24-year-old Japan midfielder Shinji Kagawa will be heading out of Old Trafford.
Paolo Di Canio has defended his tenure as Sunderland manager and is hoping to make a return to the Barclays Premier League.
Michael Laudrup has failed to dampen speculation he will quit Swansea in the summer.
Wayne Rooney is closing in on a new £300,000-a-week contract at Manchester United after deciding to end uncertainty over his future by abandoning plans to leave.
Chelsea's deals to sell Juan Mata to Manchester United for £37million and buy Mohamed Salah from Basel for £12million were driven by footballing and financial reasons agreed by a Bridge brains trust involving Roman Abramovich, Jose Mourinho and executives such as Ron Gourlay tasked with meeting UEFA's financial fair play rules.
Jose Mourinho has dismissed Arsenal Wenger's suggestion that Chelsea are manipulating the transfer market and title race by selling Juan Mata to Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho said yesterday that he was so convinced Chelsea were doing the right thing in selling Juan Mata that he would also have sanctioned the Spanish midfielder's sale to title rivals Arsenal and Manchester City.
Manchester United have renewed confidence that forward Wayne Rooney will commit his future to the club after the soon-to-be-completed £37m signing of Juan Mata.