Barcelona prepare raid on Arsenal for winger Theo Walcott

Arsenal winger Theo Walcott has been linked with Barcelona in today's Daily Express.


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…

Manchester United hope Cristiano Ronaldo will return as the Real Madrid superstar ‘seeks new challenge’, but Paris St Germain have denied preparing a blockbuster end-of-season move for the Portuguese forward.

Chelsea striker Diego Costa is "detestable", says former West Ham midfielder Alou Diarra.

Referee Mike Dean will remain on Premier League duty next weekend, despite his controversial afternoon at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

England boss Roy Hodgson is keeping tabs on Tottenham’s Dele Alli over a possible call-up.

Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed his shock at Wayne Rooney being offered double his own salary at Old Trafford.

West Ham’s Andy Carroll looks set to start his first match since February against Leicester in the Capital One Cup.

Liverpool’s Lucas has told his teammates to relax – despite the Reds’ poor start to the season.

Morgan Schneiderlin believes Anthony Martial will only get better after his sensational start to his Manchester United career.

Bournemouth defender Sylvain Distin has no plans to hang up his boots – despite being just 12 days younger than manager Eddie Howe.

Phil Jones has given Manchester United an injury boost by returning to training after his blood clot.

Napoli are set to bid for Manchester United defender Marcos Rojo in January.

Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas has admitted that he did reluctantly sign a contract with Manchester United on transfer deadline day.

Manchester City star Yaya Toure reckons the Arsenal ‘Invincibles’ will never be matched.

Arsenal fans have launched a barmy campaign to boycott the Costa coffee shop chain which shares part of its name with controversial Chelsea striker Diego Costa.

Former Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed he considered a move to sign Mario Balotelli before the controversial Italian striker signed for Manchester City.

Arda Turan could make a shock early debut for Barcelona after injury to midfielder Rafinha opened up a potential loophole in the club’s FIFA-imposed ban on registering players.

Dick Advocaat says he will quit Sunderland if he feels another manager would do a better job – but for the time being is backing himself to keep the club in the Premier League.

Diego Costa is facing a three-match ban for grappling with Laurent Koscielny during Chelsea’s win over Arsenal.

Costa, meanwhile, escaped from the fall-out from Saturday’s match by relaxing at Peppa Pig World.

Manchester United are showing an interest in promising Heerenveen center-back Jerry St Juste.

Barcelona superstar Neymar has intimated his desire to see Liverpool’s Philippe Coutinho at the Nou Camp.

Meanwhile, the Spanish giants are preparing a raid on Arsenal for Theo Walcott to replace Pedro who joined Chelsea this summer.

Chelsea are planning a raid on Real Madrid in the January transfer window for right-back Dani Carvajal.

The Blues will also make a renewed effort to sign Kostas Manolas from Roma in January.

Sir Alex Ferguson has blamed Paul Pogba’s agent for the player’s controversial decision to quit Manchester United.

Manchester United reportedly turned down the chance to re-sign Dimitar Berbatov in the summer.

Arsenal legend Tony Adams has revealed Sir Alex Ferguson made repeated attempts to get him to sign for Manchester United.

Adebayo Akinfenwa has claimed he would "snooze" Diego Costa if the pair ever squared up on the pitch.

David Moyes is fighting to remain as coach of Real Sociedad and says that he will draw on the lessons learned during his time at Manchester United to ensure that his tenure in Spain does not last less than a year.

Sir Alex Ferguson, the most successful football manager of all time, would have stayed on at Manchester United were it not for the death of his sister-in-law, he has revealed.

Arsenal are expected to report on Tuesday that a second £3million payment has been made by the club to a company owned by majority shareholder Stan Kroenke.