City winger Johnson wanted by Sunderland

April 9, 2012

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...


Sunderland want to offer Manchester City winger Adam Johnson an escape route back to the north east.



Roberto Mancini will sell Mario Balotelli this summer after his antics at Arsenal.

Fabrice Muamba hopes to be back in the north west of England by the end of the week.

Hoffenheim want Gylfi Sigurdsson back at the end of his loan at Swansea.

Norwich striker Chris Martin is a £1.2million target for Brighton.

John Madejski insists the Russian takeover of Reading will still go through.

Kevin Doyle is in line for a £4million move to Southampton.


Roberto Mancini says Mario Balotelli will never play for Manchester City again and blamed him for blowing the title.

Defender Per Mertesacker will be sold by Arsenal at the end of the season.

Wolves striker Kevin Doyle will be offered a way out of his Molineux nightmare by Southampton.

Norwich striker Chris Martin is a £1.2million target for Brighton boss Gus Poyet.

Blackpool face competition from Reading for Scott Dobbie.


Roberto Mancini last night told Mario Balotelli: You've played your last game for Manchester City.

Mark Hughes has launched a furious attack on the standard of referees.

Hatem Ben Arfa says Newcastle's togetherness can help them gatecrash the top four.


Roberto Mancini admitted Mario Balotelli may never play for Manchester City again after the club's title hopes all but disintegrated.

Clint Dempsey has admitted he could leave Fulham at the end of the season.

Ashley Cole is a major injury worry for Chelsea as the season reaches its conclusion.


Mario Balotelli may have played his last game for Manchester City.

Ashley Young was touted as an Olympic diving partner for Tom Daley after being caught up in a cheat storm at Old Trafford.

Tottenham's Scott Parker is ready for a Champions League scrap against two of his former sides.


Peter Lawwell last night set Neil Lennon a Champions League target and vowed to back the Celtic manager in his bid to seal the club's return to Europe's top table.

Joe Ledley says SPL glory has convinced him he wants to stay at Celtic for life.

Kelvin Wilson insists Celtic are ready to crack the Champions League.

Carlos Bocanegra says Rangers have the same global appeal as Manchester United and Liverpool.