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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 defender Rio Ferdinand says he does not plan to retire this summer.
Liverpool's stars will collect a bonus of £250,000-per-man if they win the Premier League title.
Swansea's preparations for Sunday's home defeat by Chelsea were undermined by a training-ground fight involving six players.
Chelsea keeper Petr Cech says a lack of title experience may yet see Liverpool's players collapse in the home straight.
Chelsea striker Fernando Torres is a target for Inter Milan.
Raheem Sterling is in line for a bumper new contract from Liverpool.
Manchester United boss David Moyes faces a major fight with Real Madrid to land Sporting Lisbon midfielder William Carvalho.
Arsenal have made enquiries about Real Madrid midfielder Casemiro.
Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp is Manchester United's number one choice to replace David Moyes if they decide to end the Scot's time at the club.
Rio Ferdinand says he wants to play on beyond the end of the season at Old Trafford.
Manchester City, Liverpool and Manchester United are all eyeing Bayer Leverkusen teenage winger Julian Brandt.
Liverpool and AC Milan will battle it out this summer for Manchester City misfit Micah Richards.
Southampton and Sevilla have joined Everton in the chase to sign Espanyol hitman Sergio Garcia.
Leicester are poised to pounce for Leeds striker Ross McCormack this summer.
West Ham midfielder Mohamed Diame says he is on Liverpool's list of transfer targets.
Tottenham want Jurgen Klopp to be their new big-name manager but it will cost £20m compensation to lure him away from Borussia Dortmund.
Inter Milan have Fernando Torres as their top post-season target.
Fabricio Coloccini has slammed his Newcastle team-mates over their Premier League decline.
Rio Ferdinand has revealed he wants to go on playing with Manchester United next season.
Bayern Munich have warned Arsenal and Chelsea to keep their hands off striker Mario Mandzukic.
Manchester City were facing a huge Financial Fair Play sanction last night after UEFA prepared to rule that the spending spree that transformed them into a superpower of the game breached its much-vaunted cost-control regulations.