Paper Chase: PL pair chasing Red Bull Ream

BY foxsports • November 19, 2011

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...


Manchester City lost an English-record £195million last season - despite winning the FA Cup and finishing third in the Premier League.

Alex Ferguson has accused rival Liverpool of leaking information in the Patrice Evra-Luis Suarez race row.

Roberto Mancini has confirmed there is no way back for Carlos Tevez at Manchester City.

Tottenham insists they will not be bullied by Barcelona over their interest in Gareth Bale.

Newcastle striker Nile Ranger will go on loan to Championship Barnsley until January 14.


Andre Villas-Boas has claimed goal-shy Fernando Torres has been worth every penny of his whopping £50m transfer fee.

Owen Coyle has told top defender Gary Cahill that he does not need to join Arsenal or Tottenham to fulfil his England dream.

Martin Jol has told Tottenham to forget about making a January swoop for Moussa Dembele.

Nicklas Bendtner is playing his way out of a permanent move to the Stadium of Light, according to Steve Bruce.


Liverpool and Arsenal could lead the hunt for Barcelona defender Eric Abidal after the player's agent said his client is likely to leave at the end of the season.

Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed Manchester United are likely to activate a clause in Dimitar Berbatov's contract that will keep him at Old Trafford for another year.

Stoke boss Tony Pulis admits he wanted to sign Joey Barton in the summer.

Luciano Becchio is considering his future at Leeds because he has lost his first-team place.

West Brom is in talks to take Arsenal target Tim Ream on trial from New York Red Bulls.


Tony Fernandes has asked QPR fans to give him suggestions on Twitter about just who his club should sign in the January transfer window.


Arsene Wenger left the door open for Thierry Henry to make a shock return to Arsenal.


Ally McCoist insists he won't be forced to flog players in the January transfer window and revealed he's already started planning for next season with owner Craig Whyte.

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