Ronaldo and Bale on wish list of Premier League giants
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...
Manchester City are ready to make a world-record bid for Cristiano Ronaldo - if he decides to return to England.
Hull boss Steve Bruce has changed his mind and re-entered the race for Aaron Lennon.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce has made a double swoop for Scottish stars Darren Fletcher and Stephen Hendrie.
Southampton boss Ronald Koeman is trying to beat Monday's transfer deadline with a double deal for Feyenoord's Dutch midfielder Tonny Vilhena and Benfica winger Filip Djuricic.
Jack Cork snubbed a £40,000-a-week deal with Southampton to join Swansea.
Manchester United have set aside £120million to sign Gareth Bale from Real Madrid in the summer.
Liverpool have been told to forget about signing Burnley striker Danny Ings.
Ronald Koeman will swoop for Feyenoord midfielder Tonny Vilhena and Benfica winger Filip Djuricic to bolster his side's Champions League charge.
Arsene Wenger admits £15m new boy Gabriel Paulista will be a liability until he learns the lingo.
QPR are closing in on a £3m deal for Wolves ace Bakary Sako.
Harry Redknapp is targeting a shock move to bring West Ham vice-captain Mark Noble to QPR.
Saido Berahino is now ready to stay at West Brom.
David Luiz believes Chelsea will not make the same mistake with John Terry as they did over Frank Lampard's future - and claims his former defensive partner is nailed on for a new contract at Stamford Bridge.
Scott Sinclair has joined Aston Villa from Manchester City and backed Fabian Delph's decision to snub bigger clubs.
QPR and West Brom are keen to sign West Ham midfielder Mark Noble, who is for sale because of Darren Fletcher's imminent arrival from Manchester United.
Aaron Lennon has agreed to sign for Hull City as Steve Bruce makes another raid on Tottenham.
Arsene Wenger revealed that he spent £15million on defender Gabriel Paulista because of his statistics.
Crystal Palace last night clinched the signing of Lille defender Pape Souare.
Saido Berahino is set to hand West Bromwich Albion a boost by penning a bumper new contract.
Louis van Gaal has admitted Real Madrid target David De Gea could leave Manchester United - but the Old Trafford boss will fight to keep him.
Burnley have warned Liverpool off Danny Ings and said they would be breaking Premier League rules by trying to set up a loan deal.
James Ward-Prowse has signed a five-and-a-half-year deal at Southampton.
Manchester City have learned that defender Pepe would be willing to leave Real Madrid before his contract expires in 2016.
Burnley have hit back at Liverpool over their move to sign striker Danny Ings before the transfer window shuts - then loan him back to the Clarets.
Chelsea hope to confirm Juan Cuadrado's arrival from Fiorentina, subject to the forward passing a medical and gaining international clearance, for an initial fee of around £23.3m over the weekend after the Colombia international visited the Viola's training ground to bid farewell to his team-mates.
Darren Fletcher has undergone a medical at West Ham before securing a free transfer from Manchester United.
In a move that will have surprised many who have long regarded him as the leading man in the drama, Harry Redknapp says he is not a fan of the January transfer window.
Robert Huth is poised to complete a loan move to Leicester City despite being banned for two matches by the Football Association.