Every day we’ll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around look to splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they’re always entertaining…
Chelsea are already working on an £80m deal for Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba even though they are yet to confirm a manager past the end of the season.
Real Madrid will face competition from Paris Saint-Germain this summer if they make a renewed attempt to sign Manchester United ‘keeper David de Gea.
Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic is set to leave the Serie A club this summer, with Arsenal favorites to land the £18.3m rated 23-year-old.
Chelsea’s technical director Michael Emenalo scouted Arturo Vidal during Bayern Munich’s Champions League clash with Juventus on Tuesday.
Manchester United will make Inter Milan striker Mauro Icardi their chief summer transfer target if Jose Mourinho takes over as manager.
Former England midfielder Tom Huddlestone, 29, is set to leave Hull City after being frozen out by Tigers boss Steve Bruce.
Sky Bet League 1 strugglers Colchester United want to to sign 19-year-old Tottenham winger Nathan Oduwa on loan.
Liverpool could sign target Ignacio Camacho for as little as £4m this summer, with Malaga facing money problems – the midfielder has an £8m buyout clause in his contract.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is facing a scan on knee and ankle injuries amid fears he might miss a large proportion of Arsenal’s Premier League title run-in.
Valencia are set to offer Gary Neville a two-year deal to take over as head coach, casting serious doubt over his future as part of England’s coaching set-up.
Mathieu Flamini, Mikel Arteta and Tomas Rosicky are set to leave Arsenal in the summer with Arsene Wenger keen to freshen up his midfield options and plotting a move for Southampton’s Victor Wanyama.
Watford have opened talks with Sweden international defender Joel Ekstrand with Malaga and Sampdoria interested in the 27-year-old who will be a free agent in the summer.
Valencia are trying to tie down 17-year-old Fran Villalba to a new deal to fend off interest from Manchester City.
Roman Abramovich will give Chelsea’s next manager a £130m($180m) transfer war chest, with the club set to spend some of it on Everton defender John Stones and Bayern Munich midfielder Arturo Vidal.
Sunderland striker Duncan Watmore should be back before the end of the season after learning he does not need surgery on an ankle ligament injury.
Manchester United have been told to forget about signing Barcelona forward Neymar in the summer but a deal for Real Madrid’s Gareth Bale could be on.
Newcastle boss Steve McLaren will not let midfielder Cheick Tiote and striker Papiss Cisse leave for China before the end of the season.
Antonio Conte could jet into London this week to make his pitch for the Chelsea job, bringing with him a shopping list that includes Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba and Roma schemer Radja Nainggolan.
Louis van Gaal held one-to-one meetings with shell-shocked Manchester United players at Carrington in the wake of last week’s Europa League defeat by Midtjylland.
Arsenal winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could miss the rest of the season and be short of time to prepare for Euro 2016 because of knee and ankle injuries sustained in the Gunners’ Champions League defeat to Barcelona.
Jose Mourinho has agreed a three-year deal worth £16m to become the next Manchester United manager.
Guillermo Varela says Louis van Gaal blocked him from leaving Manchester United last month, with Genoa having been keen on signing the right-back who has since been in and out of United’s first-team.
West Brom are seeking a new technical director to take some pressure off manager Tony Pulis – they have not filled the role since Dan Ashworth left to join the FA in 2013.
It looks increasingly likely that the next Chelsea boss will be Italy coach Antonio Conte.
Manchester United’s £31m winger Memphis Depay, 22, says his Old Trafford career so far has been a failure.
Liverpool legend Alan Hansen says the Reds must spend £200m on five major signings to be title contenders again.