MADRID – 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...
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the shock name on Blackburn's list of managerial targets as Steve Kean fights to save his job.
Paul Scholes has blasted England's "mollycoddled and pampered" stars and claims they have no chance of winning a major trophy.
Cardiff fear their bid to sign a player dubbed the "Malaysian David Beckham" will be scuppered by red tape.
Arsene Wenger admits he faces a massive challenge to rebuild Arsenal.
Manchester United may put their Singapore flotation plans on hold.
Sir Alex Ferguson says it would be "incredible" if Andre Villas-Boas won the Premier League at his age.
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney says this is his best ever start to a season.
Roberto Mancini says Manchester City need United's mentality if they are to win the title.
Chris Samba admits he lost focus this summer amid rumours of a move to Arsenal.
Andre Villas-Boas has told Sir Alex Ferguson that if the gloves come off, he would not back down in a war of words.
Chris Samba admits he had his head turned by Arsenal in the summer but now wants to make them pay for not signing him.
Andre Villas-Boas sprang to defend his senior players yesterday as he prepared for the biggest test of his short Chelsea career at Manchester United tomorrow.
Sergio Aguero has signed the most lucrative sponsorship deal in English football by becoming the face of Puma.
Sir Alex Ferguson has warned Manchester United to write Chelsea off at their peril.
Roberto Mancini insists Mario Balotelli will be available for tomorrow's trip to Fulham - despite the Italian hitman being forced to return home to take part in a Mafia trial.
Dimitar Berbatov will quit Manchester United in January unless he is offered a new deal.
Arsene Wenger believes Arsenal are "starting again" this season, after the summer losses of Cesc Fabregas and Samir Nasri.
Kenny Dalglish has pledged that his commitment to "the Liverpool way" will not falter whatever setbacks the club encounter this season.
Chris Samba, the Blackburn Rovers captain, says he wants to make life "a living hell" for Arsenal at Ewood Park today when the Premier League's bottom club, with just a point to their name, are expecting disgruntled supporters to stage a march to demand the manager's removal prior to the lunchtime kick-off.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon expects a derby-day backlash from Rangers.
Ally McCoist has called an Old Firm truce on his fall-out with Neil Lennon.