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...
West Ham have made a bid to sign Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez on loan.
Paul Scholes says he understands why Carlos Tevez refused to play for Manchester City.
Steve McClaren's right hand man Bill Beswick will be ditched by Nottingham Forest as they bid to save their season.
David Beckham is being chased by Paris St Germain.
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez has ruled out offering El-Hadji Diouf a Premier League lifeline.
Paul Scholes claims Roberto Mancini has made a huge error by vowing to kick Carlos Tevez out of Manchester City.
Inter Milan, Juventus and PSG are all in the race to sign Carlos Tevez.
Alan Shearer last night urged Manchester City to back Roberto Mancini to the hilt over Carlos Tevez - for the good of football.
A fan is to be chosen to join the board at Blackburn Rovers in a bid to form a united front at the troubled club.
Chelsea are considering a £20million January bid for Real Madrid midfielder Sami Khedira.
Roberto Martinez revealed he stuck with Wigan and snubbed Aston Villa - because chairman Dave Whelan stood by him.
Manchester City will slash Carlos Tevez's transfer fee in half to £20million in a bid to rush him out of the club.
Barcelona and Bayern Munich have joined the chase for Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha.
Robin van Persie will see who Arsenal sign in January before deciding his future at the club.
Emmanuel Adebayor has promised he will not celebrate in front of Arsenal fans if he scores for Tottenham in Sunday's clash.
Leicester have opened contract talks with Jeffrey Schlupp in the hope of heading off interest from Liverpool and Stoke.
A group of Manchester City players who sat next to Carlos Tevez will tell investigators they did not hear him refuse to play against Bayern Munich.
Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey is to join Blackpool on loan.
Leeds have offered captain Jonathan Howson a new contract.
Carlos Tevez is likely to be sold in January for a cut-price £20million in January with Manchester City considering Arsenal's Robin van Persie as a replacement.
Roberto Mancini's claim that Carlos Tevez refused to play in Manchester City's Champions League match in Munich appeared weakened last night by a lack of support from the striker's team-mates.
Manchester City are ready to return to Arsenal - the club whose manager, Arsene Wenger, has been subjected to more approaches from the Abu Dhabi owners than any other - with Robin van Persie a possible recruit next summer when the gap soon to be left by Carlos Tevez is eventually filled
Craig Levein has opened talks with Hibs boss Colin Calderwood about handing Garry O'Connor another Scotland chance.