NEW YORK (AP) – Each day during the summer transfer window 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...
Shay Given has been handed a five-year contract by Aston Villa.
Birmingham owner Carson Yeung has started moves to put his teenage son on the club's board.
Carlos Tevez's future has been thrown into more turmoil after Corinthians refuted claims that a deal with Manchester City had been agreed.
West Ham is lining up a £1.2m bid for Bolton midfielder Matt Taylor.
Swansea has had a £1.8m bid for Newcastle winger Wayne Routledge accepted.
Cardiff is making a £350,000 move for Kenny Miller after he failed to settle in Turkey at Bursaspor.
Bayern Munich has completed the £12m signing of Manchester City defender Jerome Boateng.
Portsmouth is interested in signing Chelsea's young left-back Patrick van Aanholt.
Middlesbrough has signed former Blackpool midfielder Malaury Martin on a one-year deal.
Derby is in talks with Leicester over midfielder Matt Oakley.
Deportivo wants to sign former striker Xisco from Newcastle after he spent last season on loan at Racing Santander.
Sir Alex Ferguson believes Manchester City could be the biggest threat to Manchester United's title chances next season.
Carlos Tevez's £40m move to Corinthians is on the brink of collapse.
Carson Yeung has appointed his 18-year-old son to the Birmingham board of directors.
Frank Lampard claims that Manchester United's squad is not as strong as Chelsea's.
Arsene Wenger claims Arsenal has signed a star in the making in Gervinho.
Joe Cole has vowed to silence the doubters and prove he still has a future at Liverpool.
Franco Baldini insisted he will still be involved with England after he joins Roma.
Reading boss Brian McDermott insists striker Shane Long is ready for the Premier League - which will alert Newcastle and Everton.
Harry Redknapp has challenged Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy not to let Luka Modric walk out.
Nottingham Forest has landed Jonathan Greening for £600,000 on a three-year deal.
Andre Villas-Boas has promised Chelsea fans they will win the Champions League.
Manchester City have told Corinthians: Show us the money if you really want Carlos Tevez.
Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted that Manchester City are the new thorn in his side.
Sir Alex Ferguson has accused Sunderland of messing Darron Gibson around and changing their offer to him.
Patrick Vieira insists Manchester City can conquer the Premier League and Europe with or without Carlos Tevez.
Joe Hart has urged Manchester City to replace Carlos Tevez with Sergio Aguero.
Sam Allardyce reckons West Ham was relegated because they were not fit enough.
Barcelona is set to increase their bid for Cesc Fabregas to £35m this week.
Danny Gabbidon looks set to join QPR after being invited to join the club on its pre-season tour.
Henri Lansbury is weighing up his future after Arsenal rejected a £1.5m bid for him from Norwich.
Antonio Amaya has ended his Wigan hell by moving to Real Betis for £250,000.
Chelsea is eyeing a move for Chilean midfielder Arturo Vidal.
Blackpool has signed Liverpool's reserve midfielder Gerardo Bruna.
Michael Kightly has signed a new 12-month deal with Wolves.
Newcastle and Everton are on alert for Reading striker Shane Long.
Tony Pulis has revealed he refused to risk Stoke's future to meet Carlton Cole's wage demands.
Scott Parker hopes to move to Chelsea - but not on loan with Andre Villas-Boas weighing up a £7.5m move for the midfielder.
Arsene Wenger will tempt Cesc Fabregas with a lucrative new offer in a bid to persuade him to snub Barcelona.
Manchester City will call Corinthians' bluff over Carlos Tevez by moving ahead with a £40m deal for Sergio Aguero.
Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted that Manchester City will challenge for the Premier League next season.
Southampton's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has pleaded with the club not to wreck his dream of playing in the Premier League next season.
Dave Whelan has told Aston Villa to pay his £10m asking price for Charles N'Zogbia or the deal is off.
Harry Redknapp has made a move to sign Emmanuel Adebayor.
Chelsea is making a late bid to sign Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Arturo Vidal.
Blackpool's Gary-Taylor Fletcher is a target for Portsmouth, Hull, Derby and Millwall.
Steve Kean is reeling from a new transfer blow after Blackburn's owners blocked a move for Argentine striker Mariano Pavone.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is planning to raid old club Bolton with a £2.2m bid for Matt Taylor.
Manchester City has entered a game of bluff with Carlos Tevez which has left his £40m move to Corinthians on the brink of collapse.
Tottenham has made a move to sign Emmanuel Adebayor on loan from Manchester City.
Manchester City are hoping an £18m bid for Belgian teenager Romelu Lukaku will pinch him from under the noses of Chelsea.
Eidur Gudjohnsen will not be moving to West Ham and will join AEK Athens.
Jonathan Greening has joined Nottingham Forest from Fulham in a £600,000 deal.
Carlos Cuellar has until the close of play today to make up his mind on a return to Rangers.
Celtic was last night given the go-ahead to sign keeper Stipe Pletikosa for nothing from Spartak Moscow.
Celtic has offered South African Katlego Mphela a trial.
Hearts remains confident that Rudi Skacel is close to agreeing a new deal with the club.
Notts County is keen to land former Hearts skipper Robbie Nielson.