Barcelona weighing up move for Bale
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…
Liverpool are back on the trail of Sochaux midfielder Ryad Boudebouz.
Leicester have taken ex-Ipswich striker Caolan Lavery on trial.
Blackburn are ready to move in January for Manchester City centre-half Nedum Onuoha.
Arsenal are chasing Rennes midfielder Tongo Hamed Doumbia.
Everton are set to sign brothers Courtney and Tyrone Duffus from Cheltenham.
Manchester City are pressing ahead with their interest in 15-year-old PSV Eindhoven youth striker Zakkari Bakkali.
Bolo Zenden will be told next week if he has clinched a deal with Celtic.
Rangers are weighing up a move to sign two Indian international strikers – Jeje Lalpekhlua and Sunil Chettri.
Barcelona are ready to make a £35m swoop for Gareth Bale.
Rory McKeown and Gary Fisher have signed new long-term deals with Kilmarnock.
St Mirren have offered Illias Haddad a deal until the end of the season.
Barcelona are watching Gareth Bale with a view to making a move for him next summer.
West Ham are poised to make a move for Nedum Onuoha.
Thomas Sorensen has revealed he has been offered a new contract by Stoke.
Swansea’s Mark Gower says his new contract will be signed this week.
Doncaster have landed Wolves goalkeeper Carl Ikeme on a two-month loan.
Barcelona have stepped up their interest in Gareth Bale and are ready to make a £35m move.
Carlos Tevez’s dispute with Manchester City could end up costing him £25m.
Daniel Sturridge is in line for a new deal at Chelsea.
Kenny Dalglish has told Liverpool fans not to buy tickets for the Carling Cup clash with Chelsea.
Thomas Sorensen could quit Stoke to get more first-team action.
Fulham’s Zdenek Grygera could be out for six months after damaging knee ligaments against Spurs on Sunday.
Arsenal do not expect to speak to Robin van Persie about a new deal until the end of the season.
Nigel de Jong is on course for a showdown with Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini over his axing at QPR last week.
John Terry has been told his England colleagues are fully behind him.