Premier League quartet battle for Porto striker Jackson Martinez

BY foxsports • February 4, 2015

Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around look to splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...


Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal and Spurs are all weighing up summer moves for Porto striker Jackson Martinez, 28, after the Colombian hinted that he would like to move in the next transfer window.

Tim Sherwood is set to take over as QPR manager after Harry Redknapp's shock exit yesterday.

Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko faces the chop from the club's Champions League squad, with Stevan Jovetic, Bacary Sagna and keeper Willy Caballero the other main candidates.

Darren Fletcher has revealed Louis van Gaal did not want him to leave Manchester United, following his deadline day move to West Brom.

Sampdoria president Massimo Ferrero insists Samuel Eto'o will remain with the Serie A club, despite the Cameroon striker walking out of a training session following his move from Everton.


Cristiano Ronaldo will not be returning to Manchester United any time soon and would command a fee of £300m, according to agent Jorge Mendes.


Striker Carlton Cole has accused West Ham of 'wrecking his career' after they pulled the plug on a deadline day switch to West Brom.

Striker Danny Welbeck is fit to return for Arsenal in Saturday's north London derby with Spurs following a thigh injury.

West Brom midfielder Graham Dorrans will be allowed to join Norwich despite his deadline day move falling through.

England U20 striker Chuba Akpom, 19, has signed a new deal with Arsenal after a host of clubs were trying to sign him.

Gillingham are set to appoint Newport County boss Justin Edinburgh as their new manager to replace Peter Taylor.


Harry Redknapp is already plotting a return to management after he quit as QPR boss yesterday.


Liverpool and Arsenal have been alerted after Malaga's 24-year-old Spain international midfielder Ignacio Camacho claimed the Spanish top-flight club may be forced to sell him in the summer.

Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri is set to return against Hull City on Saturday following a month out with a groin injury.


Former Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood tops QPR's shortlist to succeed Harry Redknapp as manager.

Manchester United's teenage midfielder Adnan Januzaj admits he struggles with the defensive duties expected from Louis van Gaal's current system.


Harry Redknapp was angry that QPR's head of football operations Les Ferdinand was given control over signings during the January transfer window.


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