TORREON, Mexico (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...
Carlos Tevez will find out today that Manchester City want him suspended for another four weeks.
West Ham must fight Leyton Orient for the right to move into the Olympic Stadium.
Eden Hazard's agent admits the Belgian striker is a top target for Arsenal.
Nigel Clough has opened talks with Derby over a new deal.
Steve Cotterill has been offered the manager's job at Bristol City.
Manchester City are keeping tabs on Napoli pair Marek Hamsik and Ezequiel Lavezzi.
Gerry Armstrong would be prepared to manage Northern Ireland but only on a part-time basis.
Sir Alex Ferguson has jumped to the defence of Wayne Rooney after his red card for England.
Arsenal will attempt to open contract talks with their star players with teams already circling ahead of the January transfer window.
Roy Hodgson has denied reports that West Brom striker Peter Odemwingie will undergo ankle surgery.
Liverpool officials have admitted that they could have gone bust.
Nottingham Forest are ready to offer Steve Cotterill the manager's job at the City Ground.
Manchester City have admitted they want to sign Marek Hamsik and Ezequiel Lavezzi.
Burnley are set to swoop for Bournemouth winger Marc Pugh.
Plymouth teenager Matt Lecointe is attracting the attention of Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United.
Liverpool defender Danny Wilson is wanted on loan by Blackpool.
Crystal Palace are ready to make a bid for Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes.
Steve Cotterill is the leading contender to be the next Nottingham Forest manager.
Manchester United have confirmed they are monitoring Sporting Lisbon striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel.
Derby have confirmed that Dean Leacock and Stephen Pearson will be made available for transfer in January.
Watford have signed Michael Kightly on loan for a month from Wolves.
Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre has said that his club should be allowed to pursue their own international television rights deal and that they are being placed at a disadvantage to Real Madrid and Barcelona by being forced to share media income with smaller Premier League clubs.
Liverpool have signalled their desire to break away from the rest of the Premier League and negotiate their own overseas TV rights deal.
West Ham United could still end up owning the £486million Olympic stadium despite the Government's announcement yesterday that the deal for the club to buy it had collapsed.
Footage of Jack Warner, the former vice-president of FIFA, apparently urging Caribbean members to accept cash gifts from Mohamed Bin Hammam, has been seen by The Daily Telegraph.
The deal that shares television's billions equally between Premier League clubs is facing its biggest threat to date after Liverpool announced they would lead a challenge for overseas TV rights to be sold on a club-by-club basis.
Scotland had too much at stake to appreciate Spain's latest dismantling of all before them.