Manchester United target Tottenham full-back Kyle Walker

Tottenham defender Kyle Walker is a target for Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal.

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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…


Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has added Tottenham defender Kyle Walker to his list of potential summer targets. United are also looking at Southampton’s Nathaniel Clyne, Seamus Coleman of Everton and Barcelona’s Dani Alves.

Manchester City’s Micah Richards will seek a return to England this summer in attempt to get his career back on track. West Ham, Everton, Liverpool, Borussia Dortmund and Inter Milan are showing interest in the defender, currently on loan at Fiorentina.

Swansea defender Kyle Bartley has been ruled out for six weeks after tearing a knee cartilage.

Barnsley are considering a move for Oldham boss Lee Johnson after being rebuffed in a bid to tempt Mark Cooper from Swindon Town.

Norwich will pay £3million plus add-ons for Graham Dorrans after an initial loan period.

Arsenal fans face travel chaos after their FA Cup quarter-final at Manchester United after it was scheduled for Monday night. They will be unable to catch the last train to London unless they leave at half-time.

There is no sign of a thaw between Roy Keane and Sir Alex Ferguson, who blanked each other on a flight from Paris to Manchester following the Chelsea game at PSG.


John Terry wants talks over a new contract at Chelsea.

Chris Ramsey will keep the QPR job if he leads the club to Premier League safety.

Andrea Pirlo has urged Paul Pogba to ignore interest from the Premier League and stay at Juventus.

Slaven Bilic has refused to be drawn about taking over from Sam Allardyce at West Ham.

Hull boss Steve Bruce insists Tom Ince will not be allowed to stay at Derby next season.

Connor Wickham admits Sunderland are still floored by their FA Cup defeat to Bradford.

Brendan Rodgers is ready to unleash the "real Liverpool" on Europe tonight – six months later than planned.

Mike Jedinak is ready to give Crystal Palace a fitness boost by returning from an ankle injury against Arsenal this weekend.

Youngsters at top Premier League clubs have been branded "spoilt" by Hartlepool boss Ronnie Moore.


Manchester United are weighing up a swoop for Tottenham right-back Kyle Walker.

West Ham have completed the free signing of Brazilian winger Nene despite boss Sam Allardyce’s reservations.


John Terry is confident he will sign a new deal with Chelsea at the end of the season.

Luis Figo will introduce his campaign to be elected president of FIFA at Wembley with the support of David Beckham.

Chris Coleman has said that Hull defender James Chester is "touch and go" to be fit to play for Wales against Israel next month.


West Ham’s signing of Nene may fuel rumors about Sam Allardyce’s future. There has been speculation he was not as keen to sign the player as the club’s owners.


Everton boss Roberto Martinez sought the advice of Harry Redknapp on how to deal with a plastic pitch ahead of their clash with Young Boys. Spurs played there in 2010 under Redknapp.

Middlesbrough midfielder Emmanuel Ledesma is set to join Brighton on loan.

Wilfried Bony hopes he can hit the ground running at Manchester City.


Police are investigating two Belarus clubs over a potential betting scam. Both clubs, FC Slutsk and Shakhter Soligorsk, posted match reports on their websites – but the game never even took place.