Unhappy Arsenal striker Podolski may be heading back to Germany

Lukas Podolski has been used as a fringe player by Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger this season. 

Matthew Lewis/Getty Images

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…

Sir Alex Ferguson stayed loyal to David Moyes until the very end, pleading his case as the Manchester United board prepared to fire him – but still couldn’t prevent the inevitable outcome.

Lukas Podolski could be on his way out of Arsenal this summer as he is unhappy with his position as one of the fringe members of Arsene Wenger’s squad.

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has met with Premier League referees’ chief Mike Riley. 

Thibaut Courtois could begin next season as Chelsea’s number one goalkeeper with Petr Cech out for at least three months with a dislocated shoulder. 

Arsenal and Manchester City are set to do battle to sign Real Madrid keeper Iker Casillas.

Everton hope to sign Valencia midfielder Seydou Keita this summer. He will be a free agent at the end of the season.

Tottenham players are considering a pre-match snub for Stoke’s Charlie Adam on Saturday, having not forgiven him for his tackle on Paulinho in December which put the Brazil midfielder out for a month.

Morgan Schneiderlin is set to snub a move from some of the Premier League’s big guns to stay with Southampton.

Arsenal forward Lukas Podolski could be heading back to Cologne this summer.

Liverpool MD Ian Ayre has recalled just how close the Reds were to extinction before a 2010 takeover.

Manchester United’s players are in the firing line after the arrival of the Glazer family in England. They will carry out their own post-mortem into David Moyes’ time in charge and squad members may pay the price for his failure.

Roberto Martinez is looking to bring in Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverley as an eventual replacement for Leon Osman at Everton.

England coach Roy Hodgson has sent FA doctors to Everton as worries continue over Phil Jagielka’s hamstring injury. 

John Terry could make a remarkable recovery from a foot injury to play for Chelsea in next week’s Champions League second-leg clash with Atletico Madrid.

Bacary Sagna says there is no chance of a new contract with Arsenal and he could be off to Manchester this summer with either City or United.

Manchester United have been told to be quick about making their mind up over a new manager or face having to wait until after the World Cup.

Frank Lampard could sign a new one-year deal with Chelsea within the next 10 days.

Referee Howard Webb is worried about his build-up to the World Cup over a failure to be awarded enough high-profile Premier League games.

David Moyes has been advised to take a complete break from football management in the wake of his dismissal by Manchester United.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is mulling a summer move for Monaco striker Emmanuel Riviere.

Manchester United will make a £55million raid on Southampton this summer to sign Luke Shaw and Adam Lallana.

Edinson Cavani’s brother is playing a key part in the Paris Saint-Germain striker’s move to Manchester United.

Sir Alex Ferguson is understood to be upset with the way Manchester United dealt with David Moyes’ departure.

Cesar Azpilicueta will be rewarded for his fine form at Chelsea with a lucrative long-term deal on wages of around £70,000 per week.

Manchester United risk losing starlet Will Keane after failing to agree terms on a new contract with the 21-year-old striker. He is attracting plenty of interest from home and abroad.

Leeds are keen on signing highly-rated Southend goalkeeper Daniel Bentley with Paddy Kenny set to leave Elland Road this summer.

Mauricio Pochettino is a candidate to replace Tim Sherwood as Tottenham manager this summer.

If Pochettino stays at Southampton, a move for Nice defender Timothee Kolodziejczak could be on the cards.

Juventus’s Antonio Conte is emerging as a rival to Louis van Gaal, Carlo Ancelotti and Diego Simeone as Manchester United seek a new manager.

Sacking David Moyes cost Manchester United £7million, with his reign at Old Trafford coming in at £137,000 per game in terms of wages and compensation.