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...


Sir Alex Ferguson insists David De Gea will prove he is NOT a dodgy keeper.

Rio Ferdinand is out for six weeks and will miss England's next two vital Euro 2012 qualifiers.

Arsenal midfielder Alex Song is facing a three-match ban after the FA last night announced it would be looking into his alleged stamp on Newcastle's Joey Barton.

Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas had a go at Stoke's tactics after his side were held to a 0-0 draw at the Britannia Stadium.

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is considering a shock bid for Celtic winger Paddy McCourt.

Roberto Mancini has ordered Manchester City to hit the ground running - or forget about challenging for the title.

Scott Sinclair is desperate to show former club Chelsea that they were wrong to dump him.


Sir Alex Ferguson defended flapper David De Gea after Manchester United bailed out their calamity keeper for the second week running.

Roberto Mancini has ordered his Manchester City players to make a statement of intent as they begin their title challenge.

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is considering a shock move for Celtic winger Paddy McCourt.

Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins says the Premier League newcomers are the envy of the big boys - because of the club's supporter-owned model.

Barcelona will further enrage Arsenal over the Cesc Fabregas transfer - by slapping a £130million buyout clause in his Camp Nou contract.

Spurs boss Harry Redknapp may try to sign Peter Odemwingie if Peter Crouch leaves.

Arsene Wenger insists he is not afraid to spend big after suffering angry chants from Arsenal fans at St James' Park.

PR boss Neil Warnock last night insisted the imminent takeover of the club would boost their chances of staying in the Premier League.

Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas accused Stoke of underhand tactics after his Premier League reign got off to an unconvincing start.


David De Gea has been saved again - this time by a superb Ashley Young run which led to a West Brom own-goal. But Sir Alex Ferguson defended his blunder keeper after a woeful attempt to stop Shane Long's equaliser.

Arsenal last night confirmed captain Cesc Fabregas has finally left the club.

Andre Villas-Boas is to plead with refs: Stamp out the shoving.

Rio Ferdinand plunged England and Manchester United into an injury crisis after limping off against West Brom with a torn hamstring.

Chelsea might pull the plug on moves to sign Spurs star Luka Modric.

Joey Barton last night admitted playacting to get Gervinho sent off.

Adam Johnson insists he will not be forced out of Manchester City by Samir Nasri's imminent arrival.

Owen Coyle admits he's stunned to find Gary Cahill still at Bolton.

Fulham boss Martin Jol is looking to sign another striker before the end of the month.

Alan Pardew reckons Joey Barton will stay at Newcastle.


Joey Barton last night tried to talk himself out of trouble with the FA but his attempt is likely to fall on deaf ears.

Manchester United survived another day of calamity goalkeeping from David De Gea to begin their Premier League season with a win at West Brom.

Andre Villas-Boas may be new to the Barclays Premier League but he showed no hesitation in marking his first match by accusing Stoke of 'pushing the boundaries'.

Andy Carroll says Kenny Dalglish will help him deal with the pressure of leading the line for Liverpool.

Blackburn's ambitious hopes of landing Raul have been boosted by a stand-off between the Spaniard and Schalke coach Ralf Rangnick.

Newcastle have raised their bid for PSV Eindhoven left-back Erik Pieters to £7million in a bid to get the deal wrapped up before Saturday's North East derby with Sunderland.

Tottenham and Manchester City watched Gary Cahill at QPR on Saturday.


Sir Alex Ferguson last night pointed the finger at calamity keeper David De Gea - then handed him a "Welcome to England" warning.

Barcelona will today complete the signing of Cesc Fabregas for £35million and rub salt into Arsenal's wounds by valuing him at £95million more as they set his buyout clause at £130million.

Carlos Tevez is set to be a shock inclusion on Manchester City's bench for tonight's Premier League opener against Swansea.


Craig Gordon is back on Celtic's radar - as Parkhead chiefs boot out interest from Blackburn and Russia in Ki Sung-Yueng.

Maribor skipper Marcos Tavares insists the Slovenians are ready to "do a Malmo" and send Rangers crashing out of the Europa League.

John Sutton last night blasted fears of a Hearts humiliation against Spurs and insisted his team can do Scotland proud against the English giants.