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...

THE PEOPLE

FA chiefs are hatching an emergency plan to install Harry Redknapp as England manager for the Euro 2012 finals.

Garry Cook's job at Manchester City was under threat even before he was accused of mocking a woman with cancer in an email. Roberto Mancini will push for Marco Branca to join City following Cook's departure.

Steve Kean fears he will be sacked if Blackburn lose at Fulham today.

Nicolas Anelka has been offered an £8.4million-a-year contract to finish his career in the Middle East.

Arsene Wenger will step up surveillance on Barcelona midfielder Thiago Alcantara in the coming weeks before trying to land him in January or next summer.

Leicester are still chasing Celtic striker Gary Hooper - after failing with an £8million bid for him.

Manchester United are blocking Mame Biram Diouf's exit on loan as they are hopeful he can rattle in some goals and earn them a £6million fee.

Asamoah Gyan quit Sunderland to sign on loan for Al-Ain after a furious row with boss Steve Bruce.

Frank Lampard insists Andre Villas-Boas has nothing to fear as he enters the graveyard of Chelsea managers - not even Barcelona.

Sir Alex Ferguson has labelled Manchester City's Champions League challenge the group of death.

PR striker Rowan Vine is waging a legal battle against the club over the training-ground tackle in which he broke his leg three years ago.

Rafael van der Vaart is prepared for a shock Europa League return for Spurs after miracle-working therapy from a Dutch pensioner.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew admits the bitter relationship between Mike Ashley and the Toon Army caused him problems.

Neil Warnock sees no reason why Joey Barton can't fulfil his international ambitions at QPR - because Fabio Capello won't be in charge of England for that much longer.

Leeds boss Simon Grayson is keen on a loan deal for Liverpool defender Danny Wilson.

Nottingham Forest want Craig Dawson on loan from West Brom.

SUNDAY MIRROR

Martin O'Neill is being lined up to make a sensational return to Leicester.

Rafael van der Vaart is hoping to make an incredible Tottenham comeback - thanks to a visit to the 'Frankenstein room'.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce doesn't expect Asamoah Gyan back after he joined UAE outfit Al-Ain on loan.

Arsenal are furious at Fabio Capello's criticism of their medical staff.

Sir Alex Ferguson cranked up the pressure on Champions League new-boys Manchester City by declaring: I'm glad we've not got their group.

Harry Redknapp may have to send a skeleton squad to Greece for Tottenham's Europa League clash with PAOK Salonika this week.

Fabio Capello is convinced Ashley Young's move to Manchester United has revitalised him.

Neil Warnock reckons Joey Barton will be on a fast-track to England selection - once Fabio Capello quits.

DAILY STAR SUNDAY

Sir Alex Ferguson has told Man City: You are in the Champions League group from Hell.

Gael Kakuta is refusing to accept his Chelsea career is finished, despite heading out on loan for a second successive season.

Phil Anderton - already for working for Sheikh Mansour in Abu Dhabi - is a leading contender to succeed Garry Cook as chief executive of Manchester City.

Kevin Keegan is ready to make a sensational return to football as a manager again.

Burnley are trying to sign Stoke defender Ryan Shotton on loan.

Danny Wilson has issued a 'hands-off' warning to the posse of Championship sides chasing Sheffield United's £2million-rated midfielder Stephen Quinn.

Neil Warnock believes Joey Barton could still have an England career - despite what Fabio Capello said about him.

SUNDAY EXPRESS

Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is on the trail of Everton's latest wonderkid Ross Barkley.

MAIL ON SUNDAY

Kenny Dalglish rocked football last night by claiming that referees have been victimising Liverpool in their decisions this season.

Fabio Capello's reign as England manager is coming under increasing threat from factions within the FA.

SUNDAY MAIL (SCOTLAND)

David Weir has told frozen-out Scotland exile Steven Fletcher: Swallow your pride and pick up the phone.