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...


Dramatic new video evidence of John Terry's alleged racial abuse of Anton Ferdinand has been handed to the Crown Prosecution Service.

Wolves manger Mick McCarthy insists striker Steven Fletcher, 24, is not for sale.

Everton are chasing Yohan Tavares and are ready to offer Portuguese club Beira Mar £500,000 for the 23-year-old French defender.

FC Twente winger Ola John, brother of former Fulham star Collins, claims Manchester United and Arsenal want to sign him.

Italian side Napoli are sent to make a double bid for QPR midfield duo Adel Taarabt and Alejandro Faurlin.

Spurs are interested in Nigeria Under-23 star Raheem Lawal, 21, who plays for Spanish Third Division leaders Atletico Baleares.


Kenny Dalglish will lead Liverpool's defence of Luis Suarez when the striker faces an FA racism charge today.

Manchester United youngster Paul Pogba is set to reject a chance to sign a new contract and open talks about a Bosman move to Italian giants Inter Milan.

Sunderland will look to buy a striker in January after discovering they cannot recall Asamoah Gyan from his season-long loan at UAE club Al Ain and have £6m to spend.

AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi has warned Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez not to put the money available at Paris Saint-Germain ahead of potential glory in Italy.

Championship side Portsmouth fear they will be docked 10 points because they do not have the cash to start paying creditors £16.5m in April.

Arsenal midfielder Tomas Rosicky is a January target for German Bundesliga side Wolfsburg.

West Brom boss Roy Hodgson wants to sign Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha, with Jonas Olsson ready to leave.


Chelsea are preparing a £30m offer for Real Madrid striker Gonzalo Higuain.

PSV Eindhoven have told Newcastle that they are wasting their time trying to sign left-back Erik Pieters.


Andy Carroll will pick up a staggering £150,000 loyalty bonus from Liverpool next month despite making only 13 starts since his £35 million move from Newcastle.

Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has admitted he would love to bring Carlos Tevez to White Hart Lane - but concedes that a January move for the Blues outcast is unlikely.

Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid have no interest in signing striker Fernando Torres from Chelsea.

Liverpool face competition from Juventus for Porto midfielder Fernando Reges, 24, with the Italians having already had a bid rejected.

Billy Davies could be set for a return to League One side Preston who sacked manager Phil Brown yesterday.


West Brom defender Jonas Olsson has revealed he has reservations about extending his contract despite starting talks over a new deal.

Germany striker Lukas Podolski would be interested in joining Arsenal - if he decides to leave Cologne.


Fernando Torres will not leave Chelsea in the January transfer window but for the first time doubts over the long-term Stamford Bridge future of the most expensive player in British football history have started to emerge.


Juventus have opened formal talks with Manchester City to sign Carlos Tevez in the form of a series of telephone calls direct to Roberto Mancini from Pavel Nedved, a key director for the Italian club.


Dundee United have accepted a £400,000 offer from West Brom for 20-year-old midfielder Scott Allan.