Real Madrid poised to make January move for Spurs keeper Lloris

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris is thought to be a target for Real Madrid.

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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…


Manuel Pellegrini says Manchester City were priced out of a summer move for Angel di Maria.

Rio Ferdinand and Joey Barton have launched a stinging attack on the FA.

Louis van Gaal has no fear about facing Manchester City and would not swap squads.

Brighton have signed keeper Ali Al Habsi on loan from Wigan.


Netherlands striker Klaas-Jan Huntelaar has held talks over a new contract with German club Schalke which could scupper the hopes of Liverpool and Arsenal of signing him on a free next summer.

Manuel Pellegrini claims Manchester United are no better than last year despite splashing out £151m on new players.

Under-fire Paul Lambert says he loves living in fear because it stops him being complacent.

Norwich have vowed to keep £5m striker Gary Hooper.

Wolves are set to sign former Manchester United goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak.

Bradford are ready to sign striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake.


Former Manchester United and Everton manager David Moyes is wanted by Spanish side Real Sociedad.


Brendan Rodgers wants Steven Gerrard to remain with Liverpool and wants him to get a contract extension.

Everton hope Arouna Kone will take a step closer to ending his injury exile next week.


Real Madrid are ready to launch a £20m January move for Tottenham keeper Hugo Lloris.


Alan Pardew believes the job he has had to do at Newcastle is like building a piece of furniture from Ikea.


Michel Platini will hold talks with Greg Dyke next week over timings for the 2022 World Cup.

Brendan Rodgers has dismissed criticism of Liverpool’s summer transfer policy.


Everton boss Roberto Martinez says there are no concerns for striker Arouna Kone’s career even though the 30-year-old may not return to full fitness until January.