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...


Manchester City are ready to hit Carlos Tevez with a whopping £1.5million fine - as well as suspending him for six weeks.

Andrey Arshavin has been handed a bumper new pay deal at Arsenal.

Andrew Johnson wants to extend his contract at Fulham beyond the end of the season.

Doncaster want to take Newcastle midfielder Alan Smith on a free transfer in January.

Barcelona are ready to enter the race for Bolton defender Gary Cahill.

Tottenham scouts are keeping tabs on Real Zaragoza keeper Roberto Jimenez.

Aston Villa are chasing Serbia Under-21 starlet Nemanja Milic.

Liverpool are willing to let Danny Wilson go out on loan to a Championship club with Leeds one interested party.


Manchester City have banned Carlos Tevez from flying home to Argentina because he must attend a disciplinary probe on Monday.

Newcastle are ready to challenge Manchester City, Arsenal and Spurs for French teenage sensation M'Baye Niang.

Roberto Lago will snub a £3million switch to Blackburn.

Watford and Cardiff are tracking Bournemouth's Harry Arter.


Paris St Germain and Inter Milan are both ready to offer Carlos Tevez an escape route from Manchester City.

Sir Alex Ferguson plans to stay as boss of Manchester United for four more years.

Martin Jol is facing a player revolt at Fulham, which could leave him in a perilous position if results don't approve.

Mike Ashley is willing to ease his rigid wage structure at Newcastle to keep Fabricio Coloccini on Tyneside.

Sunderland goalkeeper Craig Gordon has emerged as a transfer target for Celtic.


Manchester City are determined that Carlos Tevez will pay the ultimate price for downing tools in Munich last week - and end his days at the club as a first-team outcast.


Manchester City stopped Carlos Tevez from flying home to Argentina on Friday night.

Carlos Tevez was last night offered an escape route back to West Ham.