Each 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…
England boss Roy Hodgson has been told he must earn a new contract.
Manchester United are lining up Stoke City keeper Asmir Begovic if they fail to hang on to current No 1 David de Gea.
Italian champions Juventus will step up their interest in Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko this summer and are confident they can get him for £15m.
Southampton will sign £5m-rated Tonny Vilhena this summer after the 20-year-old flew in for secret talks earlier this month.
Hull City boss Steve Bruce will sign Malmo keeper Robin Olsen on a free transfer in the summer after failing with a £1m January bid.
Jose Mourinho will not stop goalkeeper Petr Cech joining one of Chelsea’s Premier League rivals next season.
Juventus have told midfielder Paul Pogba it is his decision if he wants to quit Italy for Chelsea, Manchester City or Manchester United.
Liverpool and Manchester United are among seven sides keen on signing Barcelona’s Brazil international Dani Alves in the summer.
Meanwhile, United made a move to re-sign defender Nemanja Vidic from Inter Milan in the January transfer window, according to the Serbian’s agent.
Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti is top of Manchester City’s wishlist to replace Manual Pellegrini.
FA chairman Greg Dyke doesn’t expect to discuss a new contract for England manager Roy Hodgson – who wants a two-year extension until the 2018 World Cup – until after next summer’s European Championship finals.
Swansea defender Neil Taylor is at the center of a three-way battle for his signature this summer, with Newcastle, West Brom and Aston Villa all interested in the left back.
Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam has dismissed talk linking him with a move to Spanish side Real Sociedad.
Former Liverpool and Chelsea boss Rafael Benitez, linked with a return to the Premier League, has refused to discuss his plans beyond the end of this season, when his two-year deal with Napoli expires.
Manchester City have strongly denied reports they have opened talks with Real Madrid boss Carlo Ancelotti to replace Manuel Pellegrini.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa claims Premier League bully-boys are trying to get him kicked out of the game.
Everton boss Roberto Martinez will look to make Aaron Lennon’s loan move from Spurs permanent if the winger continues to impress.
Leicester City winger Anthony Knockaert is in talks over a move to Belgian side Standard Liege.
Goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny must leave Arsenal in order to save his career, according to former Liverpool stopper Jerzy Dudek.
Former Wales and West Brom striker Robert Earnshaw has signed a one-year deal at MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps.
Gareth Bale – who has a £75m buyout clause in his six-year contract – will resist all offers of a return to the Premier League and stay at Real Madrid after Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United all checked on the 25-year-old forward’s availability.
Alex Song faces an uncertain future because West Ham are unsure whether to turn the Barcelona midfielder’s loan spell into a permanent deal.
Stoke keeper Asmir Begovic – who still has a year on his current contract to run – has hinted he is ready to sign a new deal after revealing he has set his sights on 100 clean sheets for the club after reaching 50 earlier this month in the 2-0 win over Everton.
Swansea plan to offer left-back Neil Taylor, 26, a new contract before the end of the season, while boss Garry Monk is interested in Norwich defender Martin Olsson.
The FA will wait until the final months of Roy Hodgson’s contract before deciding whether to offer him the chance to stay on as England manager.
Chelsea will look to sign QPR keeper Rob Green as a replacement for £10m-rated Petr Cech, who will leave Stamford Bridge in the summer.
Arsenal striker Chuba Akpom will choose today between a loan move for the rest of the season to Championship sides Bournemouth, Norwich City and Nottingham Forest.
West Brom will send Andre Wisdom back to Liverpool at the end of his loan spell with the England U21 defender having lost his starting place under new Baggies boss Tony Pulis.
Reading boss Steve Clarke wants to sign Crystal Palace striker Kwesi Appiah on loan.