Juventus eyes move for Kalou, Meireles

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 Di Matteo could be two games away from landing the Chelsea job – but there is no way back for the ‘old guard’.

Ashley Young has been warned by Manchester United legend Bryan Robson he risks being branded a diver.

Juventus are keen on Chelsea duo Salomon Kalou and Raul Meireles.

Bolton are giving Fabrice Muamba an open invitation to come back – as a fan or a player – after his amazing recovery.

Dimitar Berbatov looks like being the most high-profile departure from Manchester United after chief executive David Gill confirmed the squad would be overhauled at the end of the season.

Arsenal are planning a £7million move for Montpellier defender Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa.

Aston Villa want £12million for Gabby Agbonlahor – as old boss Martin O’Neill prepares a bid to bring him to Sunderland.

Birmingham boss Chris Hughton has urged goalkeeper Jack Butland not to leave this summer.

Charlton boss Chris Powell is in line for a new contract.


Wayne Rooney has fired a Twitter blast at Didier Drogba – telling him: Stop diving.

Manchester United fans have turned on Ashley Young, slamming his diving as a "disgrace".

Bolton boss Owen Coyle is backing Fabrice Muamba to play again.

Phil Gartside has become the first FA board member to publicly back Harry Redknapp for the England job.

Chelsea defender David Luiz races a race against time to be fit for the FA Cup final.

Roberto Martinez has told Victor Moses he is not ready to leave Wigan.

Everton defender Leighton Baines could miss the rest of the season with a hamstring tear.

Tony Pulis is ‘desperate’ to get Robert Huth to sign a new deal at Stoke.

Roberto Martinez is in a fight to keep Mohamed Diame at Wigan.

Bolton have begged FIFA to let Gregg Wylde play this season.


Bolton boss Owen Coyle believes miracle man Fabrice Muamba can play in the Premier League again.

Didier Drogba is quitting Chelsea at the end of the season – even if he fires them to Champions League glory.

Joe Hart has backed Carlos Tevez to fire Manchester City to the Premier League title.

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish last night hit out at the FA and claimed they should show more respect to Wembley-bound fans.

Leicester boss Nigel Pearson is battling Everton for Mons striker Jeremy Perbet.


Chelsea will push ahead with dramatic plans for a changing of the guard even though they have rescued their season.

Kenny Dalglish has demanded Liverpool fans are shown more respect as they face yet more Wembley chaos.


Chelsea striker Didier Drogba was last night close to agreeing a £6.7million-a-year deal to join Shanghai Shenhua.

England are planning a ‘home’ friendly against Italy in Switzerland in a move that is sure to trigger outrage among club managers.

Mark Hughes will offer Danny Murphy a coaching job to entice him to QPR.

Everton defender Leighton Baines expects to return from a hamstring tear before the end of the season.


Barcelona‘s sporting board has made Gareth Bale its priority summer transfer target and will urge manager Pep Guardiola to sanction the signing of the Tottenham player.

Petr Cech has admitted Chelsea’s ultra-defensive tactics against Barcelona on Wednesday took a huge "psychological" toll on their players.


Didier Drogba has told Chelsea he does not want further talks on his future until the end of the season, leaving it ever more likely that the 34-year-old striker, who has been such a key figure in the club’s two semi-final wins over the last six days, will leave for nothing in the summer.

Manchester City’s Adam Johnson may have to convince his club that he is capable of putting football before his lifestyle if he is to be retained beyond the end of this season.


American truck tycoon Bill Miller was light gearing up to drive home his bid to grab control of Rangers.

Players’ union chief Fraser Wishart last night warned that Rangers players can rip up their contracts and leave Ibrox if the club is liquidated.

Celtic boss Neil Lennon was celebrating a shock reprieve last night after a day of disciplinary drama at Hampden.