Paper Chase: Cut-price Carroll going home

Paper Chase: Cut-price Carroll going home

Published Jan. 11, 2012 12:00 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...


Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain wants to leave Arsenal in the transfer window and get a loan deal to secure regular first-team football.

Wolverhampton is weighing up a £5m swoop for Stoke striker Kenwyne Jones.


Mark Hughes has vowed to save QPR from the drop.

Wigan Reading and Leeds are eyeing Kris Boyd.

Brighton is lining up a loan move for Portsmouth striker Dave Kitson.

Paul Ince could make a return to management at Bristol Rovers.

Ipswich is planning a bid for free-scoring Crawley striker Matt Tubbs.

Newcastle has renewed their interest in PSG striker Mevlut Erdinc.

Martin Jol sent Fulham spies to watch Fleetwood sensation Jamie Vardy.

Wolves defender Christophe Berra is at the centre of a three-way fight between Newcastle, Bolton and Blackburn.


Liverpool flop Andy Carroll has been given a £10m escape route out of Anfield with Newcastle willing to buy back the striker.

Mark Hughes has been told to get QPR challenging for a place in Europe.

Robert Pires has ruled out following Thierry Henry by making an Arsenal comeback.

Newcastle has slapped a £15m price tag on goalkeeper Tim Krul.

Tottenham has stepped up its chase for Marseille striker Loic Remy.

Manchester United looks set to lose teenager Ravel Morrison after contract talks broke down.

Jason Euell has joined AFC Wimbledon on loan from Charlton.

Swansea is edging closer to signing Chelsea's Josh McEachran on loan.

Fleetwood will sell Jamie Vardy for £1m - but want him back on loan.

Fulham plans to hijack Billy Sharp's £1.8m move from Doncaster to Leicester.

West Ham hopes to seal a deal for Japan striker Ryoichi Maeda.

Liverpool has taken Ghana U20 midfielder Mumuni Abubakar on a 10-day trial.


Paul Ince is set to return to management with League Two Bristol Rovers.

Mark Hughes is on Champions League money at QPR and will get a bumper bonus if keeping them in the Premier League.

David Wheater has assured Bolton boss Owen Coyle he can fill the boots of Gary Cahill.

Didier Drogba can become one of the world's highest-paid players by following Nicolas Anelka to China.

Arsenal has had an approach for Lyon fullback Aly Cissoko knocked back.

Chris Coleman wants to replace the late Gary Speed as Wales manager.

Stoke is weighing up a loan move for Sochaux striker Modibo Maiga.

West Ham last night failed in a £3m bid for Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes.

West Brom wants Wolfsburg striker Patrick Helmes on loan.


New QPR boss Mark Hughes immediately set about raiding his old clubs for players.

Chris Hughton has been told Birmingham will not be selling their young stars in the January transfer window.


Rangers wants Spanish hitman Javi Guerra.

Ally McCoist has called on Rangers owner Craig Whyte to sign Sone Aluko to a long-term deal.

Celtic is running the rule over Icelandic kid Ingolfur Sigurdsson.

Rapid Vienna striker Hamdi Salihi has opened the door for a £500,000 move to Celtic.

Rudi Skacel has insisted he wants to stay at Hearts.

Dunfermline is poised to sign Preston 'keeper Iain Turner on loan for the rest of the season.


Mark Hughes has immediately tabled a £7m bid to bring Chris Samba to QPR.

Paul Ince is eyeing a return to management with Bristol Rovers.

Nick Barmby has been appointed as the Hull manager on a permanent basis.

Manchester United has expressed an interest in Newcastle's Demba Ba but have yet to make an offer.

Stoke's £1.5m move for VVV Venio striker Michael Uchebo is in danger of colllapse due to work permit issues.

Liverpool is understood to be interested in Inter Milan striker Luc Castaignos for a possible loan.

Tottenham is set to loan Spanish midfielder Falque Silva out to Southampton.

Southampton wants £1m for Jason Puncheon and have rejected a £650,000 bid from Blackpool.

Wigan and Norwich are the first clubs to express an interest in taking Egypt's Mohammed Nagy until the end of the season.

Jose Mourinho wants Real Madrid to block any move from Chelsea for Angel di Maria.

Wolves defender Christope Berra is attracting interest from Newcastle, Blackburn and Bolton.