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...

THE SUN

Andre Villas-Boas has laid down the law to Chelsea's wayward stars.

Sir Alex Ferguson believes Dimitar Berbatov will stay at Man United and fight to get his first-team place back.

Gervinho insists he can come to the aid of "sick" Arsenal and help end its six-year wait for a trophy.

Liverpool is offering Mexican wonderkid Marco Bueno a bumper five-year deal.

Shay Given knew he had no Man City future - as boss Roberto Mancini told him so.

Aston Villa and Spurs are locked in a battle with Lazio for Lyon's highly-rated midfielder Miralem Pjanic.

Scott Parker is set to play for West Ham against Copenhagen - despite doubts over his future.

Daniel Gabbidon admits he would be keen on a move to QPR.

DAILY MAIL:

Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola yesterday claimed Arsenal is finally willing to sell captain Cesc Fabregas.

Aston Villa is weighing up a move for Tottenham defender Kyle Naughton.

Sven Goran-Eriksson is ready to rival Bolton in an ambitious move for Nigel Reo-Coker.

Swansea is preparing an improved £1.3m bid for Nottingham Forest goalkeeper Lee Camp.

Blackburn's pre-season troubles took another turn for the worst yesterday after ditching a planned trip to India amid claims of player unrest.

Man City last night agreed to pay £38million for Atletico Madrid's Argentina striker Sergio Aguero.

Yaya Toure is an injury doubt for the Community Shield derby with Man United after injuring his ankle in the 2-1 win over Vancouver Whitecaps yesterday.

DAILY MIRROR:

John Terry last night revealed his burning ambition to become Chelsea boss.

Barcelona chiefs are flying to London today to thrash out a deal for Cesc Fabregas.

Sir Alex Ferguson has warned Dimitar Berbatov he will have to get used to life on the Man United bench.

Arsene Wenger is furious with Roberto Mancini for showing him no respect in the pursuit of Samir Nasri.

Nigel Reo-Coker is ready to fly to America - to tie up a possible move to Bolton.

Roberto Mancini does not want Carlos Tevez back at Man City - and is prepared to strip him of the captaincy if he returns.

DAILY EXPRESS:

Pep Guardiola blew the lid on his attempt to sign Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas as Barcelona officials were due to arrive in London today in an attempt to finalise a £35million deal.

Mario Balotelli has vowed to fill the scoring gap if Man City lose Carlos Tevez.

Stoke is ready to turn their attention to Wigan's Hugo Rodallega after the collapse of Carlton Cole's move from West Ham.

Jack Rodwell has delivered an acerbic critique of his Everton career and accepted that he must start justifying his reputation.

DAILY STAR:

Arsenal is planning to offer Samir Nasri a £6m-a-year deal in a last-ditch bid to keep him.

Sir Alex Ferguson is convinced Dimitar Berbatov will stay at Manchester United.

Kenny Dalglish has admitted further arrivals this summer depend on players leaving Liverpool first.

Stoke boss Tony Pulis has joined the race for Tottenham striker Peter Crouch.

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp fired a warning to Chelsea that he will do everything he can to keep Luka Modric by making him captain for his first pre-season game in South Africa.

John Terry claims Andre Villas-Boas' arrival at Chelsea gives him hope of one day becoming Blues boss.

Brian Kidd reckons Sir Alex Ferguson is right to be wary of Man City's title threat.

THE GUARDIAN:

Arsenal has given Barcelona until the end of next week to sign Cesc Fabregas.

THE INDEPENDENT:

Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola raised the stakes yesterday in his pursuit of Cesc Fabregas by going public on the current negotiations with Arsenal over the midfielder's transfer and promising Barcelona will wait all summer if necessary to get him.

THE TIMES:

John Terry described Andre Villas-Boas yesterday as an inspirational figure who can help him fulfil his ambition to manage Chelsea.

DAILY RECORD:

Ally McCoist was still waiting for Carlos Cuellar to commit to Rangers last night - despite setting the Spaniard a 24-hour to deadline to decide on his future.