Rodgers plotting Dempsey swoop
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…
Nemanja Vidic has handed Manchester United a huge boost after getting the all-clear to rejoin full training at the start of next month.
Harry Redknapp reckons he is closing in on a defensive pass master in Jan Vertonghen.
Brendan Rodgers is poised to make midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson his first Liverpool signing.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is stalling over giving boss Harry Redknapp a new deal.
Southampton are plotting a £2million raid for Millwall’s Liam Trotter.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers wants to splash £20million on three players. His targets are Swansea’s Joe Allen, Gylfi Sigurdsson and Clint Dempsey.
Chelsea are closely monitoring talks between Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp and his chairman Daniel Levy.
Alan Smith is closing in on a free transfer to MK Dons.
Manchester United will have to clear a work-permit hurdle to complete their £17million signing of Japan midfielder Shinji Kagawa.
Roy Hodgson was hit by a double injury blow last night, just five days before Euro 2012 kicks off.
England stars will come home empty-handed if they fail to make it to the quarter-finals of Euro 2012.
Brendan Rodgers is set to break Swansea hearts again by making Gylfi Sigurdsson his first Liverpool signing.
Roberto Martinez has set his sights on the Tottenham job as Harry Redknapp tries to sort out his White Hart Lane future.
Chelsea are only halfway through an incredible summer recruitment drive – despite already agreeing to splash out nearly £80million on Eden Hazard, Hulk and Marko Marin.
Man City will begin their summer spending with a £25million offer for Athletic Bilbao defender Javier Martinez.
Lee Clark has been targeted to replace Aston Villa-bound Paul Lambert as Norwich manager.
Arsenal have joined the race for Crewe starlet Nick Powell.
Martin O’Neill is poised to offer Aston Villa striker Gabby Agbonlahor a chance to revive his career.
Managerless Swansea City could make a shock move for Ian Holloway if they fail to prise Graeme Jones from Wigan.
Tim Sherwood has emerged as a leading contender to replace Paul Lambert at Norwich.
Manchester City are plotting an £8million raid for Newcastle skipper Fabricio Coloccini.
Harry Redknapp has signed up with top agent Paul Stretford in a bid to get his Tottenham future sorted.
Pep Guardiola is set to tell Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich he wants to press on with plans to take a full year out from football.
Moussa Dembele is being offered a new deal worth £10million over four years to make him Fulham’s top earner.
Steve Kean wants Blackburn’s owners to give him £15million to spend to get Rovers a return to the big time.
Brendan Rodgers is set to consider offering Joe Cole a Liverpool lifeline.
Highly-rated young keeper Jack Butland could become Joe Hart’s understudy for club and country.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce is on red alert for a dramatic Premier League reunion with Nicolas Anelka.
Paul Lambert will go back to Norwich to make Grant Holt his first Aston Villa signing.
New Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers could hijack former club Swansea’s £6.8milion move for their on-loan Icelandic star Gylfi Sigurdsson.
Chelsea are ready to add to their Belgian contingent by snapping up Fulham midfielder Moussa Dembele.
England were left angry last night by a challenge that threatened them with losing another player for the European Championship. The Chelsea defender Gary Cahill went to hospital with a jaw injury, having been substituted in the first 20 minutes of the 1-0 win over Belgium.
England suffered a potentially serious setback in their final game before Euro 2012 when the first-choice central defenders, John Terry and Gary Cahill, sustained injuries that could rule them out of the tournament.
Malky McKay and Chris Hughton were installed as favourites for the vacancy at Norwich yesterday after Aston Villa officially confirmed the appointment of Paul Lambert as their new manager.
THE SUNDAY TIMES
The good: Scott Parker and man-of-the-match Steven Gerrard are beginning to look a partnership in midfield, Wayne Rooney returned, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain made a promising England start, Danny Welbeck scored a wonderful first England goal. The bad: A fresh injury disaster threatens Roy Hodgson.
THE SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
England will go into Euro 2012 with a win under their belts but a crisis at the heart of their defence, as John Terry and Gary Cahill both suffered injuries during last night’s 1-0 victory over Belgium at Wembley.
THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
Manchester United have been told they will have to pay £72million to land top targets Luka Modric, Leighton Baines and Cheick Tiote this summer.
SUNDAY MAIL (SCOTLAND)
Dundee United are set to make former Motherwell and Falkirk stopper Brian McLean their next summer signing.