BERLIN (AP) – 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...
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Arsene Wenger believes Thomas Vermaelen holds the key to beating Liverpool in the race for Jan Vertonghen.
Tottenham will turn to Carlo Ancelotti if England come calling for boss Harry Redknapp next year.
The race to sign Gary Cahill from Bolton will reach a conclusion in January.
Arsenal and Liverpool face a major fight to sign Valencia superstar Paco Alcacer.
Cardiff City boss Malky Mackay is looking at the possibility of a loan move for Man Utd's Federico Macheda.
Manchester City's £350million sponsorship deal with Etihad could come under scrutiny from UEFA.
Carlos Tevez's fragile relationship with Manchester City is at breaking point again.
Nigel Clough is a shock SOS option for Nottingham Forest.
Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn is a surprise contender to replace shamed Garry Cook at Man City.
England chiefs will offer Alan Shearer the chance to be part of the next managerial set-up.
Carlo Ancelotti is Tottenham's No.1 managerial target if Harry Redknapp gets the England job next summer.
Luka Modric is on his way to becoming Tottenham's highest-paid player.
Mark Hughes will turn down an SOS from Hamburg.
Blackburn want to put a stunning £18m tag on Junior Hoilett's head in his new contract.
Southampton boss Nigel Adkins is back in for Doncaster's £2.5m-rated Billy Sharp.
Arsenal are set to raid Southampton for 16-year-old left-back Luke Shaw.
Harry Redknapp may have to part with close to £20m to land Ander Herrera from Athletic Bilbao.
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Frank Lampard's long-term future at Chelsea is in jeopardy after he was dropped and appeared to storm away from the Stamford Bridge pitch last night.
Manchester City will make a £30million swoop for Arsenal captain Robin van Persie if contract talks between the crisis club and the disaffected star make no progress before the January transfer window.
The Premier League's three big spenders are preparing for a £30 million battle for Everton midfielder Ross Barkley.
Man City boss Roberto Mancini wants the club to fight Real Madrid for the signing of £50million Neymar.
Sir Alex Ferguson believes that Michael Owen can still be a European championship match-winner for Fabio Capello's England.
Sunderland chairman Niall Quinn could return to Man City as their chief executive.
England's hopes of qualifying for Euro 2012 suffered a setback yesterday when Wayne Rooney missed Manchester United's draw at Stoke with a hamstring injury and Theo Walcott picked up a knee problem during Arsenal's win over Bolton.