Chelsea, Manchester United battle it out for English starlet
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…
Roberto Martinez has emerged as the leading candidate to succeed Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.
Robin van Persie insists he won’t quit Manchester United and has denied reports of a bust-up with boss David Moyes.
Chelsea and Manchester United are watching Sheffield United center-back Harry Maguire.
Sam Allardyce has told England boss Roy Hodgson that Andy Carroll is back in shape and ready to explode if he picks him for the World Cup.
Celtic will play any Champions League qualifier they are involved in during July at Murrayfield with Celtic Park being used for the Commonwealth Games.
Yaya Toure has accused Jose Mourinho of not showing other clubs enough respect.
Robin van Persie insists he is happy with David Moyes and wants to spend the rest of his career at Manchester United.
Yaya Toure has told Jose Mourinho to keep quiet.
Tim Sherwood had a furious bust-up with Benfica boss Jorge Jesus as Spurs slumped to a heavy Europa League defeat.
Craig Bellamy insists Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be a long-term hit at Cardiff.
Everton and Costa Rica midfielder Bryan Oviedo is on course to play in the World Cup – just seven weeks after shattering his leg in two places.
Chelsea have joined the hunt for Sheffield United’s £7million-rated Harry Maguire.
Swansea boss Garry Monk has hit back at Ronald Koeman, blasting: "Show me some respect".
The FA will not fight Nicolas Anelka’s five-match ban, but the player’s West Brom career is in the balance.
Everton lead the chase for Bayer Leverkusen ace Karim Bellarabi.
Marko Marin is ready to quit Chelsea this summer.
Roma have emerged as front-runners for Newcastle full-back Mathieu Debuchy, according to reports in Italy.
Dutch legend Ronald Koeman is desperate to manage Swansea – but the Welsh club have so far shown no interest.
Manchester City’s Yaya Toure claims Chelsea are now favorites to win the Premier League.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce backs Andy Carroll as England’s wild-card for the World Cup because he’ll be much fresher after making just six appearances so far this season.
Pepe Mel admits he could be sacked if his West Brom side fail to win away to Swansea this weekend.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge reveals he has nicknamed his club and England captain Steven Gerrard ‘James Bond’ because he can do everything, football-wise.
Andre Villas-Boas could be pipped by Dick Advocaat to the Zenit St Petersburg manager’s job.
Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood accused Jorge Jesus of lacking class after the Benfica boss’s touchline histrionics during Tottenham’s 3-1 Europa League defeat.
Robin van Persie has dismissed speculation he could leave Manchester United this summer and says he could spend the rest of his top-flight career at Old Trafford.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew will go on business leader and anger-management courses with City experts as part of his self-imposed punishment for headbutting Hull midfielder David Meyler.
The Football League expect to make a decision on Massimo Cellino’s takeover of Leeds in the next 10 days.
Chelsea have contacted Galatasaray as Turkish fans are trying to get tickets in home area’s for next week’s clash.
Robin van Persie has dismissed suggestions he is unhappy with David Moyes’ management and is looking to quit troubled Manchester United this summer.
Tottenham, West Ham, Fulham, Barcelona and Inter Milan are all keen on signing Charlton midfielder Diego Poyet.
Paul Lambert is convinced his Aston Villa team can hurt Chelsea when they bring their Premier League title bid to Villa Park on Saturday.
Pepe Mel has no idea if he will keep his job should West Brom fail to beat Swansea.
Gus Poyet would not still be Sunderland’s head coach if he did not think the club could beat relegation.