Spurs, Chelsea fight it out for Krasic

April 13, 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...


Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish was last night assured his job is safe... for the immediate future.

Bad-boy Mario Balotelli's agent insists Manchester City have no plans to sell the striker.


Manchester United coach Rene Meulensteen has launched a scathing attack on Manchester City.

Slaven Bilic reckons Everton striker Nikica Jelavic will take the English game apart when he finds his feet next season.

West Brom boss Roy Hodgson is ready to cash in on Peter Odemwingie - to bring in Andrew Johnson.

QPR attacker Adel Taarabt is an £8million target for Wolfsburg.

Chelsea and Spurs face a £10million battle to land Milos Krasic from Juventus.

Blackburn's Gael Givet is a summer target for his former club Monaco.

Robert Snodgrass has been offered a new deal that would make him Leeds' highest-paid player.


Liverpool sacked Damien Comolli for his failure in the transfer market.

Louis Van Gaal and Johan Cruyff are among those being considered to replace him.

Manchester City have been branded a team of individuals whose lack of team spirit has cost them any chance of the title by Man United coach Rene Muelensteen.

Everton's £5million capture of Nikica Jelavic is the deal of the century, according to Slaven Bilic.

West Brom are ready to sell Peter Odemwingie after a disappointing second season.

Inter Milan have stolen a march on Chelsea in the battle to sign Chilean defender Igor Lichnovsky.

Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson has put a £2million price tag on contract rebel Paul Taylor.

Aston Villa keeper Brad Guzan will be offered a permanent return to Hull City at the end of the season.

Leeds are lining up a move for Portsmouth defender Jason Pearce.


Kenny Dalglish has been told his Liverpool job is safe after he survived a mass cull at Anfield.

Paul Scholes could match his Manchester United impact for England - according to Phil Jones and Chris Smalling.

Sergio Aguero is sure there will be some Argy-bargy in the title race now that he's in tandem with compatriot Carlos Tevez.

Yossi Benayoun admits he may have to walk out on Arsenal and Chelsea this summer.


Kenny Dalglish's job is safe after Damien Comolli was made the scapegoat for Liverpool's wretched Premier League campaign.

Louis Van Gaal and Johan Cruyff top Fenway Sports Group's list of successors to Comolli.

Chelsea must face Gareth Bale minus right-back Branislav Ivanovic in Sunday's FA Cup semi-final.

Gael Givet will demand to leave Blackburn this summer.

Paul Pogba faces a straight choice between signing a new deal at Manchester United or joining Juventus.

Hearts keeper Marian Kello is expected to hold talks with Aston Villa this weekend to conclude a pre-contract.

Tottenham are monitoring Scunthorpe keeper Sam Slocombe.


Kenny Dalglish has been left under no illusions that Liverpool's form must improve dramatically after Damien Comolli's sacking.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill will wait until the end of the season to decide on a permanent move for on-loan striker Nicklas Bendtner.

Michael Kightly says doomed Wolves are equipped for an instant return to the top flight.


Tom Werner, the Liverpool chairman, has confirmed Kenny Dalglish retains the full support of Fenway Sports Group.


Kenny Dalglish has been told that his job is safe, but the Liverpool manager has been left under no illusions about Fenway Sports Group's ruthlessness after the club's owners dismissed Damien Comolli.


Kenny Dalglish was given a stark warning of the consequences of a dismal Liverpool league performance after the club's American owners on Thursday sacked director of football Damien Comolli.

Chelsea have suffered a significant blow ahead of Sunday's FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham after Serbian defender Branislav Ivanovic's three-match ban for violent conduct was upheld by the FA.


Kenny Dalglish last night said he accepted full responsibility for the £112m worth of signings that have led to Liverpool's director of football, Damien Comolli, losing his job.