RVP linked with Arsenal return
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...
Frank Lampard will be offered a new contract by Chelsea, but John Terry and Ashley Cole might not be so lucky.
Joe Cole could be set to join the MLS in the summer in a major money move.
Roberto Mancini's Manchester City pay-off was the biggest in British football history - even bigger than first thought - at £10million.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is losing patience with Tim Sherwood as head coach and has lined up Dutchman Louis van Gaal to replace him.
Manchester United boss David Moyes will join the battle to sign £35million-rated Porto centre-half Eliaquim Mangala in the summer.
Barcelona are looking to buy David Silva from Manchester City and turn him into their midfield playmaker, as a replacement for Xavi.
Lee Cattermole is facing an extended spell on the sidelines at Sunderland after his move to Stoke collapsed.
Ross Barkley is ready to sign a new long-term contract at Everton that will land the 20-year-old midfielder a significant rise on his £15,000 per week wages.
Frustrated by the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson, Robin van Persie could make a sensational return to Arsenal in the summer.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool may challenge Manchester City's right to play in the Champions League next season by questioning their adherence to Financial Fair Play regulations.
West Brom could sign former Liverpool winger Albert Riera, who has left Galatasaray.
The Gunners are attempting to send new signing Kim Kallstrom BACK to Spartak Moscow after discovering he has an injury.
Russian side Rubin Kazan could make a move for Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse - because their transfer window is yet to close.
Fulham have identified former Charlton and West Ham boss Alan Curbishley, 56 as a possible replacement for Rene Meulensteen.
Manchester United are closing in on a world-record $1billion kit sponsorship deal with Nike that could earn the club £70million per year.
West Brom boss Pepe Mel, 50, allowed his players to air their views on the team's tactics after the 4-3 defeat by Aston Villa.