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...

DAILY MIRROR

Birmingham are struggling to pay their bills and may have to sell more players to survive.

Dimitar Berbatov has no plans to leave Manchester United because the only way is down for players who leave Old Trafford.

Fernando Torres insists he has not forgotten how to score.

Steve Kean reckons he can get Blackburn into the Champions League within four years.

Wes Brown quit Manchester United after Sir Alex Ferguson told him he had no future at the club.

Sergio Aguero arrives in Britain today to seal his £40million move from Atletico Madrid to Manchester City.

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is prepared to play a waiting game to land Newcastle left-back Jose Enrique.

Alex McLeish is backing Charles N'Zogbia to make Aston Villa an "explosive" force next season.

Blackburn rebel Nikola Kalinic is ready to sign for Dnipro.

Tottenham are closing in on a shock move for Barcelona star Ibrahim Afellay.

Blackpool are lining up David Goodwillie as a replacement for DJ Campbell.

Wigan want Leeds winger Robert Snodgrass to fill Charles N'Zogbia's boots.

THE SUN

Sergio Aguero is expected to fly to Manchester today to seal a £39million move to City.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is preparing a dramatic £10million swoop for Spurs striker Jermain Defoe.

Dimitar Berbatov says he will never change his languid style of play to satisfy his critics.

Bolton hope to land Nigel Reo-Coker on a three-year deal today.

West Brom are weighing up a club-record bid for Reading striker Shane Long.

Spurs starlet Andros Townsend says he would love a second loan spell at Millwall.

David Goodwillie is Blackpool's top target to replaces QPR-bound DJ Campbell.

Liverpool have agreed to send £17million flop Alberto Aquilani on loan to Fiorentina for the season.

Chelsea keeper Thibaut Courtois is happy to stay on loan at Atletico Madrid for the next three years.

DAILY STAR

Samir Nasri has told Arsenal he will stay at the club for this season.

Ambitious Steve Kean wants to take Blackburn into the Champions League within three years.

England have shelved all plans to look for a new boss until after Euro 2012.

Manchester City last night agreed a £35million deal for Sergio Aguero.

Wes Brown admits it came as a relief when Sir Alex Ferguson told him his Manchester United career was over - and then advised him to join Sunderland.

Gareth Bale has declared himself fully fit for the new season - and tipped Spurs to make a flying start.

Neil Warnock is backing Adel Taarabt to take the Premier League by storm after winning the fight to keep the playmaker at QPR.

DAILY MAIL

Manchester City hope to sign Sergio Aguero by the end of the week after agreeing a £38million fee for the Argentina striker.

Manchester United will sign one more player this summer, according to David Gill.

Sunderland are considering a cut-price move for West Ham striker Frederic Piquionne.

Nottingham Forest could move for Rangers striker James Beattie.

Liverpool have watched Shane Long to assess the hype around the Reading striker.

Swansea have agreed a £1.75million fee for Middlesbrough's Leroy Lita.

Wolves are considering a loan move for Manchester City midfielder Michael Johnson.

DAILY EXPRESS

Sergio Aguero will arrive in London for transfer talks today ahead of his £40million move to Manchester City.

Wes Brown holds Sir Alex Ferguson in such esteem he could not argue when told his Manchester United career was over.

Newcastle insist there have been no firm offers for Jose Enrique.

Swansea are closing in on a deal for Middlesbrough striker Leroy Lita.

DAILY RECORD

Dundee United boss Peter Houston has told Rangers they will not get David Goodwillie unless they meet the £2million valuation.

Aberdeen boss Craig Brown is still out to land a new striker.

Gavin Rae admits he may have to head abroad to find a club after a proposed move to Aberdeen fell through.