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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says he expects to sign a new contract this summer.
Alex Ferguson's former number two Rene Meulensteen says sacked Manchester United boss David Moyes, "wouldn't listen to all the good advice I and others who had success at United gave him".
Jose Mourinho has brushed off talk of making a dramatic switch from Chelsea to Old Trafford.
Kevin Mirallas says Adnan Januzaj should not be given a passport into Belgium's World Cup squad.
Rangers will splash out on new players despite blowing £67m in two years in the bottom tiers of Scottish football.
Harry Maguire has snubbed a host of Premier League clubs to stay with Sheff United.
Burnley's £2million keeper Tom Heaton is a target for Celtic.
Former Man Utd full-back Reece Wabara is training with Birmingham.
Wilson Palacios insists Spurs should have treated him better.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers says Jose Mourinho came close to taking charge at the Anfield club in "the early 2000s" and that the Chelsea manager has a lot of respect for the Reds.
Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna now seems certain to leave Emirates Stadium this summer after contract talks again hit deadlock.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed he will stay on at the Gunners despite stalling on a new contract offer.
Manchester United's Ryan Giggs has put his faith in the Reds' old guard for his first game in charge - reuniting Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra in defense against Norwich on Saturday.
New Nottingham Forest boss Stuart Pearce is lining up a £3million move for Coventry's Callum Wilson.
Brendan Rodgers says he will definitely sign a Liverpool contract extension in the summer.
Monaco are prepared to offer Arsene Wenger a staggering £12.4million a year, after tax (equivalent to £22m in the UK), to take over from Claudio Ranieri at the end of the season.
Interim Manchester United boss Ryan Giggs wants to land the job on a permanent basis and is hoping to make his case by leading the side to four successive victories to end the season.
Southampton left-back Luke Shaw is believed to be Manchester United's big summer transfer target but will not move to Old Trafford until he knows the identity of the next permanent boss.
Tottenham are stepping up interest in Southampton striker Jay Rodriguez despite his knee ligament injury.
Adnan Januzaj could face some initial resentment from his new Belgium team-mates after Kevin Mirallas broke ranks and urged manager Marc Wilmots not to take him to the World Cup.
Sunderland midfielder Jack Colback is in line to become the first player in 17 years to move between the North East's two biggest clubs.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed he will sign a new long-term deal this summer
Aston Villa are planning to hand winger Marc Albrighton a lucrative new contract.
Spurs boss Tim Sherwood says his Premier League record is better than any of the club's previous managers.
Tony Pulis has been given the go-ahead to ring the changes at Crystal Palace after holding talks with chairman Steve Parish.
Sam Allardyce has warned West Ham fans: My style of play is here to stay.
Southampton executive director Les Reed has claims that neither Manchester United nor Chelsea have been given permission to speak to Luke Shaw about a possible transfer.
Southampton insist manager Mauricio Pochettino - linked with Tottenham - will be staying with the club.
Cagliari defender Davide Astori will cost Manchester United or Tottenham £8million if they want to prise him away from the Italian club.
Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson told the audience at a fundraising dinner this week that he thinks United should pick Ryan Giggs as their new permanent manager.
Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri revealed he had a bad experience under former boss Roberto Mancini at the Etihad Stadium.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is ready to sign a long-term contract with the Anfield club in the summer.
Monaco are hoping to lure back their former boss Arsene Wenger with a £13m-a-season offer which would make him one of the world's best-paid coaches.
Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood believes the club's fans would rather see expensive new signings than home-grown players from the academy.