Southampton want Kuyt to make return to Premier League

Southampton want Kuyt to make return to Premier League

Published Oct. 23, 2014 4:49 a.m. ET

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...

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has told Lukas Podolski he is not leaving the club in January after the German striker scored the winner against Anderlecht last night. Podolski has been linked with a number of other clubs including arch-rivals Tottenham.

Southampton boss Ronald Koeman wants to bring former Liverpool attacker Dirk Kuyt, currently of Fenerbahce, to St. Mary's.

Tottenham are tracking Birmingham City youngster Demarai Gray.


Chelsea striker Diego Costa has been taken to hospital with a mystery illness.

Leeds owner Massimo Cellino has vowed to kick out any racists from his team following allegations made against defender Giuseppe Bellusci by Norwich striker Cameron Jerome.

Tony Pulis says he risked his reputation by managing Crystal Palace last season because they appeared to be a club certain for relegation.

Roy Keane says Manchester United is like a mafia family that everyone is scared to speak out against.

The FA are fearful they could be rapped themselves for minor breaches of bidding regulations as a result of FIFA investigator Michael Garcia's report into corrupt bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.

Liverpool youngster Divock Origi is targeting a first blow to rivals Everton when Lille, for whom he is currently playing on loan, face the Toffees in the Europa League tonight.

A leading FIFA anti-racism campaigner has warned that an African team could walk off the field at the 2018 World Cup in Russia if the country does not improve its racism issues.

The total bill for West Ham's conversion of the Olympic Stadium has risen to £618.9m.

Tim Howard believes he already has the edge of Lille striker Divock Origi having stopped him 15 times during the USA's match against Belgium at the World Cup in Brazil.

Fabio Cannavaro, who captained Italy to the World Cup in 2006, is reportedly under investigation for tax evasion along with his wife.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has identified Cesc Fabregas as the player to succeed John Terry as the club's next captain. 

West Ham midfielder Cheikhou Kouyate is set to return to action earlier than expected and could be available for the game against Manchester City this weekend.

Stuttgart defender Antonio Rudiger has dealt a blow to Chelsea's hopes of signing him by revealing he is an Arsenal fan.