Paper Chase: Winger wants Utd move
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...
Roberto Mancini believes he could be sacked in the summer if Manchester City do not win the title.
Alex McLeish fears Aston Villa could face financial meltdown if they go down.
Sporting striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel admits he wants to move to England.
Porto winger James Rodriguez has confirmed his interest in joining Manchester United.
David Beckham is at the center of an injury mystery as struggling LA Galaxy bid to halt their disastrous start to the season.
Bolton could make a move for Stoke striker Cameron Jerome.
Arsene Wenger claims Manchester City's cash means nothing if they can't cope with "money-time".
Blackburn boss Steve Kean blasted suggestions that Gael Givet is being left out because of a secret clause in his contract.
Paul Ince last night told Wolves he is the man to save them - and could take charge straight away.
West Brom are keen to sign Rangers forward Steven Naismith.
Sir Alex Ferguson has taunted Manchester City and insisted they are running out of time to save their title bid.
Arsene Wenger reckons Manchester City will have blown the title because they didn't have the bottle to cope with the "money time".
Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini has admitted for the first time this season that he could be sacked.
Martin O'Neill has rubbished claims unhappy Stephane Sessegnon is set to quit Sunderland.
Papiss Cisse continued his remarkable scoring record with a third successive brace as Newcastle beat Swansea 2-0.
Chelsea have written to the FA, accusing them of putting supporter safety at risk by deciding to schedule their FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham at 6pm on Sunday.
Arsene Wenger says it is time for Arsenal to stop selling players to Manchester City.
Roberto Mancini admits his job is far from secure if Manchester City fail to win the Premier League.
Craig Gordon is set to quit Sunderland on a free transfer in the summer.
Roberto Mancini believes Manchester City have made enough progress this season to safeguard his future as their manager.
Roberto Mancini is optimistic he will avoid being sacked at the end of the season, although if the Manchester City manager remains in charge he will have to plan ahead without a highly regarded lieutenant after it emerged last night that the club's technical director has resigned.
Roberto Mancini has admitted that he could lose his job but said that even if he were sacked as Manchester City manager he would still admire Khaldoon Al Mubarak and that any successor would be lucky to work with the club's chairman.
Craig Whyte sent shivers down the spines of Rangers fans yesterday - by vowing to return to Ibrox.
The millionaire who wants to buy Rangers last night described himself as a saviour.
Angry Alan Thompson insists Celtic's imminent title win won't be tainted because of Rangers' financial meltdown.