Sneijder wants Man United move?

Sneijder wants Man United move?

Published Dec. 20, 2013 10:29 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...

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to open talks with West Brom about becoming their new boss - after snubbing a rival job.

Cardiff owner Vincent Tan has handed Malky Mackay a shock ultimatum - resign or be sacked.

Brendan Rodgers is confident Luis Suarez will sign a new Liverpool deal.


Roma are set to make a January move for Everton's Johnny Heitinga.

Wilfried Zaha won't be joining Newcastle on loan, says Alan Pardew.

Stoke want Manchester United youngster Nick Powell on loan in January.

Wolves want to take Crystal Palace outcast Kevin Phillips back to the Midlands.

Fulham are lining up a £1.8m bid for Valenciennes defender Benjamin Angoua.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew believes he can keep Yohan Cabaye at the club.

Malky Mackay expects to be sacked as Cardiff boss on Monday after a bizarre e-mail ultimatum from madcap owner Vincent Tan.

Wesley Sneijder is ready to take a £1million-a-year pay cut to join Manchester United.

Tottenham target Frank de Boer is "honoured" to be linked with the vacant manager's job.

Swansea will look to sign Shay Given from Aston Villa in January.

Southampton and Newcastle are keeping track of Reading goalkeeper Alex McCarthy.

Cardiff boss Malky Mackay has been told by owner Vincent Tan to resign or he will be sacked.

Tottenham have drawn up a double Dutch back-up plan of Frank de Boer and Ronald Koeman - despite insisting they will give Tim Sherwood a run at the manager's job.

Liverpool are confident that star striker Luis Suarez will sign a new five-year contract.

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho admits his misfiring strikeforce are piling the pressure on him.

Arsenal will battle with Manchester United to sign Basel defender Fabian Schar.

Cardiff manager Malky Mackay is on the brink of being forced out of the club, with sources close to the Scot fearing he could be gone within days.

Ashley Cole joined rival team-mates from Arsenal as the Gunners celebrated their Christmas party - despite Jose Mourinho cancelling Chelsea's festive bash.

Everton manager Roberto Martinez does not expect to have on-loan Barcelona forward Gerard Deulofeu available again until late January.

Malky Mackay has been handed a shocking ultimatum after Cardiff owner Vincent Tan ordered him to resign or be sacked.

Ivan Rakitic will only be sold by Sevilla if the Liverpool and Manchester United target's £33million release clause is met.

Andros Townsend could be out until the new year with a hamstring injury and Frank de Boer says he would prefer to stay at Ajax than move to White Hart Lane - the bad news just keeps coming for Tottenham.

Andre Villas-Boas has been approached by AC Milan to become their new coach despite his sacking by Tottenham.

Brendan Rodgers has claimed that his decision to become manager of Liverpool rather than Tottenham has been vindicated by Andre Villas-Boas becoming the latest managerial casualty of Daniel Levy's tenure.

Tottenham are hopeful that Andros Townsend will not miss more than a month of first-team football after his hamstring tear against West Ham, with the early indications that the England international's injury is not as severe as first feared.

Brendan Rodgers has claimed he had "a close shave" in rejecting the chance to manage Tottenham as he launched an outspoken attack on the hierarchies at White Hart Lane and Cardiff.

Malky Mackay's future as Cardiff manager appeared more precarious than ever on Thursday night after reports emerged that the Scot had been told by Vincent Tan, the Premier League club's owner, to resign or be sacked.

Malky Mackay has been told that unless he resigns as manager of Cardiff, he will be sacked, the Daily Telegraph understands.