West Ham still wants Andy Carroll

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…


West Ham have offered Andy Carroll a mind-boggling £36million contract in the hope of luring him away from Liverpool.

Real Madrid are threatening to pull out of their chase for Luka Modric – because Tottenham want more money up front.

Norwich striker James Vaughan is set to snub a loan move to Celtic by joining Blackburn instead.

Stoke have bid £2million for Wolves winger Michael Kightly.

Jermaine Beckford is being lined up for a £2million return to Leeds.


Andy Carroll will be offered a £100,000-a-week contract to join West Ham, as Sam Allardyce refuses to give up on his pursuit of the Liverpool striker.

Manchester City are lining up a stunning £35million move for Real Madrid star Gonzalo Higuain.

Wigan are poised to sign Real Mallorca centre-half Ivan Ramis in a £4million swoop – after he was snubbed by West Ham.

Blackburn want Arsenal’s South Korean striker Park Chu-young on a season-long loan – to stand in for Leon Best.

Fulham and Blackburn are locked in a £6million battle for Huddersfield hotshot Jordan Rhodes.

Portugal’s Manuel Fernandes is a £7million target for Liverpool.


FA chairman David Bernstein has vowed to step up the fight against racism.

Sir Alex Ferguson has backed Javier Hernandez to silence his critics and prove he is no one-season wonder for Manchester United.

Kolo Toure is set to turn down a move to Turkey and see out the final year of his contract at Manchester City.


Manchester United and Arsenal are stepping up their interest in Victor Wanyama with scouts due to watch the Celtic midfielder in Wednesday night’s Champions League qualifier with Helsinki.

Trabzonspor are keen on Manchester City defender Kolo Toure.

Tottenham are monitoring Lyon left-back Aly Cissokho.

Aston Villa defender Alan Hutton is in talks over a move to Stoke.

Darren Bent looks set to be Aston Villa’s new team captain.

Lee Clark has lined up Steve Watson for a place on Birmingham’s coaching staff.


FA chairman David Bernstein has warned of the "tough" consequences for the misuse of Twitter.


The collapse of Rangers has cost the SPL a massive £17million from one TV deal alone.

Celtic reject Morten Rasmussen will seal a £150,000 move back to Danish outfit Midtjylland in the next 24 hours.

Alejandro Bedoya’s agent says the midfielder could yet stay with Rangers after Helsingborg’s interest in the USA star faded.

Rangers boss Ally McCoist hopes to snap up striker Craig Beattie within 24 hours and hasn’t given up hope of Bocanegra and Dorin Goian staying put.