MANCHESTER – 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...
Jack Wilshere could be out for six months after an ankle op.
Fernando Torres has revealed the full frustration of his "struggle" at Chelsea.
Edin Dzeko is out to bring Bayern Munich's defensive wall tumbling down in Germany tonight.
Former Blackburn striker El-Hadji Diouf is trying to win a contract at Wigan.
Neil Warnock finds out today if he faces an FA rap for slamming the ref in QPR's 1-1 draw against Aston Villa.
West Brom are eyeing a move for Fiorentina prodigy Maxwell Acosty.
Roberto Mancini has urged his Manchester City team to prove they belong in the Champions League when they take on Bayern Munich tonight.
Petr Cech says he will give up football the day he is scared to risk injury.
Sir Alex Ferguson has accused television companies of enslaving English football and argued that Premier league clubs should be given a bigger slice of revenue from overseas sales.
The plans of both Arsenal and England have been further disrupted by the news that Jack Wilshere will be out for "four to five months" after ankle surgery.
Arsene Wenger's season of turmoil took another turn for the worse last night when it was confirmed Jack Wilshere will not play in any of Arsenal's Champions League group matches.
Bayern Munich's Jerome Boateng believes Manchester City have no chance of winning the Champions League.
El-Hadji Diouf is in talks with Wigan and Doncaster.
Liverpool are willing to let Jonjo Shelvey leave on loan.
Frank Lampard has hit back at critics who have written him off.
Gary Cahill could be in line for a stunning move from Bolton to Barcelona.
Sunderland boss Steve Bruce is under even more pressure after his side crashed at Norwich.
Jack Wilshere's season is in doubt amid fears he could be out for six months.
Yaya Toure says Manchester City have nothing to fear in the Champions League.
Fernando Torres admitted for the first time he has suffered a Chelsea nightmare.
Wayne Rooney remains a major doubt for England's decisive Euro 2012 qualifier in Montenegro.
Roberto Mancini insists "This is just the start" after leading Manchester City into the Champions League big time.
Fabio Capello is set to hand Shaun Wright-Phillips an England recall.
Rio Ferdinand believes David Moyes is missing a trick by leaving Louis Saha out of the Everton side.
Dimitar Berbatov will learn tonight whether Sir Alex Ferguson still has faith in him.
Dirk Kuyt has revealed his disappointment at losing his place in the Liverpool side.
El-Hadji Diouf is training with Wigan - but is in talks with Championship strugglers Doncaster.
Fernando Torres thinks he has turned the corner after his nightmare start at Chelsea.
England face an anxious wait to see if Wayne Rooney will be fit to spearhead their attack against Montenegro.
Swansea defender Alan Tate is using an oxygen chamber to speed up his recovery from a broken leg.
Dirk Kuyt will not shrink from the challenge of regaining his starting place at Liverpool.
Arsenal are yet to open talks with Theo Walcott over a potential contract extension beyond 2013.
Aberdeeen insist they will not sack Craig Brown.
Rangers boss Ally McCoist is eyeing a 10-point cushion in the SPL.
Gary Hooper is winning his fitness race ahead of Celtic's Europa League clash with Udinese.