Rosicky on radar of Turkish club
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…
England boss Roy Hodgson has told Rio Ferdinand: You still have an international future.
Arsenal captain Robin van Persie has paid tribute to Italian champions Juventus.
Borussia Monchengladbach have leapt to the front of the queue to sign Blackburn’s Junior Hoilett.
Reading are close to beating Udinese and Genoa to the signing of Colombia midfielder Carlos Sanchez.
Ahmed Elmohamady says he is close to joining West Ham.
Liverpool have won the race to sign Birmingham whizkid Foday Nabay.
Brendan Rodgers will not let Luis Suarez leave Liverpool.
Malky Mackay insists he is fully committed to Cardiff as Norwich search for a new manager.
Roy Hodgson has offered Rio Ferdinand an olive branch – and does not want him to quit England.
Roman Abramovich fitted another piece into his £120million Eden project at Chelsea last night – and Porto striker Hulk will be next.
Robin van Persie insists he will not talk about his future until after Euro 2012 – but admits that Juventus are "a great team".
Marcel Desailly has emerged as a shock contender for the Swansea job.
Chelsea will loan keeper Thibaut Courtois back to Atletico Madrid.
Rob Green is on Tottenham’s radar after deciding to quit West Ham.
Liverpool will fight Manchester United to land Crewe youngster Nick Powell.
Norwich are targeting a top European boss to succeed Paul Lambert.
QPR boss Mark Hughes is eyeing Fraser Forster to fill his goalkeeping vacancy.
Roy Hodgson was under increasing pressure last night to justify his decision not to take Rio Ferdinand to Euro 2012 amid fears that the backlash could destroy harmony in the England camp.
Frank Lampard is in contention for a surprise place in Stuart Pearce’s Team GB squad after his Euro 2012 heartbreak.
Juventus and Torino are set to battle it out for out-of-contract defender Jose Bosingwa.
Turkish side Eskisehirspor want Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky.
Leicester and Bolton are chasing Cluj’s Senegal winger Modou Sougou.
Sunderland are showing interest in Porto full-back Jorge Fucile.
Rio Ferdinand has promised to get behind England at Euro 2012 despite his controversial absence from the squad.
Eden Hazard completed his move to Chelsea – and could not resist a dig at Manchester United.
Norwich plan to scour the continent for their new manager.
Brendan Rodgers insists Liverpool will always be Kenny Dalglish’s "home".
Rio Ferdinand is refusing to quit playing for England, despite his latest snub by boss Roy Hodgson.
West Brom midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu claims he is wanted by Tottenham and Newcastle.
Sunderland want to sign Republic of Ireland star Aiden McGeady.
Junior Hoilett is set to celebrate his 22nd birthday by sealing a £1million switch to Borussia Monchengladbach.
Norwich want a manager with big-league experience as they search for Paul Lambert’s replacement.
Harry Redknapp’s future as manager of Tottenham appears increasingly uncertain before he heads into contract discussions with the club’s hierarchy this week.
Brendan Rodgers has turned to diplomacy in an early attempt to cement his position as Liverpool manager with a declaration that he will always reserve a warm welcome for Kenny Dalglish, his predecessor.
Roy Hodgson has cracked down on his England players’ sponsor appearances.
Chelsea last night confirmed that they had finalised an agreement to sign Eden Hazard from Lille.
Roy Hodgson was under mounting pressure to justify the omission of Rio Ferdinand from his squad after the Manchester United central defender told friends he considered the decision to be "morally very suspect" and fears increased about its capacity to unsettle the team ahead of Euro 2012.
Eden Hazard says that he chose Chelsea over Manchester United because he felt he had a better chance to establish himself in the first team at Stamford Bridge.
Roy Hodgson was accused of "insulting people’s intelligence" as the backlash escalated over his insistence that Rio Ferdinand was excluded from England’s Euro 2012 squad for purely football reasons.
Stuart Pearce is to delay naming his 18-man Olympic Team GB squad because of fitness concerns over key players, but Euro 2012 injury victims Frank Lampard and Gary Cahill are not under consideration.
Alan Thompson and Celtic are squaring up for a legal battle over his sudden dismissal.
QPR are ready to battle Celtic for Fraser Forster.