Juve preparing summer move for Suarez

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…


Juventus will make a £30million summer move for Liverpool’s controversial hitman Luis Suarez.

Arsenal’s Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain could be the shock name in Stuart Pearce’s England squad today.

Roberto Mancini has challenged Carlos Tevez to help Manchester City seal the Premier League title.

Branislav Ivanovic has told Chelsea’s rebel stars: Forget your gripes and put the club first.

Stewart Downing insists he will not throw tantrums – despite the frustration of not being an automatic choice at Liverpool.

Darcy Blake is ready to deliver a Wembley knockout blow to Liverpool.

Jermain Defoe believes Tottenham are in the right shape to complete their first north London derby double in almost 20 years this weekend.

Steve Bruce last night finally emerged as favourite to step into the manager’s hot seat at Wolves.

Stoke boss Tony Pulis has refused to accept he is taking a gamble by only taking 15 players to Valencia for tonight’s Europa League clash.

Manchester United have been accused of bottling this season’s Champions League – by Basel star Xherdan Shaqiri.


Roberto Mancini meets Carlos Tevez today after accepting his apology.

Ashley Cole is heading for the Chelsea exit door after openly clashing with boss Andre Villas-Boas.

Football bosses have scrapped the national anthems for Sunday’s Carling Cup final between Liverpool and Cardiff City.

Joleon Lescott is upset at being left out of Stuart Pearce’s England squad.

Arsenal and Tottenham will issue a joint statement ahead of Emmanuel Adebayor’s first match at the Emirates since moving back to north London.

Walter Smith has emerged as a shock contender for the Wolves manager’s job.

Andrey Arshavin has been thrown a lifeline by Zenit St Petersburg.

Malky Mackay has signed a new deal at Carling Cup finalists Cardiff City.

Asamoah Gyan is set to turn his back on Sunderland and remain in the Middle East.

Jason Cundy says Chelsea are making a huge mistake by constantly changing their manager.

Sir Alex Ferguson has hailed Ryan Giggs as Britain’s best player of all time ahead of the star’s 900th Manchester United game.

Tony Pulis faces a furious backlash from Stoke fans when he takes on Spanish giants Valencia tonight – without NINE first-team regulars.

Stewart Downing says it took him six months to come to terms with the culture shock of life as a Liverpool star.


PSG coach Carlo Ancelotti is ready to offer Frank Lampard a way out of his Chelsea nightmare with Andre Villas-Boas.

Roberto Mancini welcomed back Carlos Tevez to Manchester City, saying: Help us to glory.

Stuart Pearce is set to follow Peter Taylor’s example when he names his England squad to face Holland in a friendly at Wembley next week.

Fernando Torres remains on trial for his Euro 2012 place according to Spain coach Vicente Del Bosque.

Spurs will offer Harry Redknapp a lucrative new deal to keep him out of the clutches of England.

Sir Alex Ferguson is adamant the Premier League is not on the slide – despite the failure of English clubs in this season’s Champions League.

Wolves are set to turn to Walter Smith after being frustrated in their search to replace Mick McCarthy.

Asamoah Gyan has been urged to quit Sunderland for good in the summer by his new club Al Ain.

Gary Megson last night angrily vowed to battle on as Sheffield Wednesday boss, despite claims that his job will be on the line in Sunday’s Steel City derby.

Ex-skipper Matt Mills faces an uncertain future at Leicester after being frozen out by boss Nigel Pearson.

Stewart Downing confesses he has struggled to adapt to life at Liverpool, claiming it has been a "culture shock".

Arsenal are shielding Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain from the limelight due to a string of big companies keen to work with him.

Gerard Houllier believes winning the Carling Cup can bring back the glory days to Liverpool – just like it did when he lifted it in 2001.


Chelsea outcast Frank Lampard will resist Andre Villas-Boas’ attempts to force him out of the club because of a £1.5million loyalty bonus in his contract

David Cameron has given the FA two months to deliver a plan to combat racism in football.

As if a Europa League tie against Ajax at Old Trafford will not be a painful enough reminder of their Champions League failure, Manchester United were last night taunted by Basel star Xherdan Shaqiri over their humiliating exit in Switzerland.

Tony Pulis has launched a staunch defence of his selection policy after leaving out nine regular Stoke City first-teamers for the trip to Valencia.

Arsenal have been encouraged to slash ticket prices if they fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League.

Stewart Downing is determined to transform his fortunes after admitting his form has been affected by the ‘culture shock’ of swapping Aston Villa for Liverpool.

Jose Mourinho could be reported to UEFA for allegedly making a homophobic comment about match officials.

Andrey Arshavin will decide today whether to return to his former club Zenit St Petersburg on loan.

Juventus are understood to have outlined a four-year contract for Manchester United teenager Paul Pogba.


Andre Villas-Boas has decided he must kick out his dressing-room doubters if he is to stand any chance of succeeding as Chelsea manager and has already devised an Under-26 masterplan.

Tony Pulis refused to accept he has taken a huge gamble on Stoke’s European future by taking only 15 players to Spain for tonight’s game against Valencia.

Roberto Mancini last night offered the olive branch to Carlos Tevez by saying: "You can help us win the Premier League."

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s eye-catching form for Arsenal has not been enough to earn him a senior England call-up.

Tom Cleverley’s long-awaited return for Manchester United is set to be given the perfect boost today when Stuart Pearce names him in an experimental squad for England.


Andre Villas-Boas is still confident he will be allowed to oversee the second leg of Chelsea’s Champions League knockout tie against Napoli next month.

Stuart Pearce is planning to name a young and experimental England squad for next week’s friendly against Holland in a move that could have ramifications for several established players.

Roberto Mancini has accepted Carlos Tevez’s unreserved apology and will consider him for selection once the striker is back to fitness next month.


Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic has said that the fractious relationship between certain players and manager Andre Villas-Boas must be put aside for the good of the club if they are to rescue their season.


Chelsea have approached Rafael Benitez to establish whether he would consider taking over as manager from the increasingly isolated Andre Villas-Boas.

Roberto Mancini has accepted the apology made by Carlos Tevez for his conduct this season and raised the prospect of the Argentina striker completing a remarkable return to the Manchester City team within he next "two or three weeks".


Fears are growing that stricken Rangers could hit the buffers within days – because Craig Whyte’s lawyers won’t show them the money.