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...

THE SUN

Carlos Tevez has appealed to the Premier League over a six-week fine - worth £1.2million in wages - imposed on him by Manchester City for "gross misconduct".

Kenny Dalglish snubbed talk of Andy Carroll leaving Anfield after the striker scored in the win at Wolves.

Andre Villas-Boas has warned Fernando Torres the time is running out to end his Chelsea drought.

Ryan Giggs is ready to play on at Manchester United for yet another season.

Chelsea sneaked out their latest financial figures last night to reveal the club has now lost more than £620million under Roman Abramovich.

Alan Pardew has blasted TV anchorman Ray Stubbs for his part in the FA rap that could see Yohan Cabaye cop a four-game ban.

DAILY MAIL

Rangers failed in a bid to land Grant Holt from Norwich after selling Nikica Jelavic to Everton.

Fulham and Wigan agreed a swap deal that would have taken Hugo Rodallega to Craven Cottage before Andy Johnson scuppered the deal.

Furious Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has accused ESPN presenter Ray Stubbs of helping to get Yohan Cabaye charged with violent conduct.

Not many non-league teams can reject seven-figure bids for their strikers, but Blue Square Bet Premier side Fleetwood sent Leicester packing after a £1million offer for their prolific marksman Jamie Vardy.

DAILY STAR

Arsenal's Jack Wilshere has suffered a new blow after scans revealed he has another stress fracture in his right ankle.

Newcastle's Yohan Cabaye hopes the support of the player he kicked in the face will be enough to get him off a three-match ban.

Marco Van Basten has issued a come-and-get-me alert as he wants a job in the Premier League.

DAILY MIRROR

Carlos Tevez and Chris Samba were left on the shelf last night as clubs refused to match last year's massive deadline day transfer deals.

Roman Abramovich's Chelsea experiment has cost him more than £1billion.

DAILY EXPRESS

Manchester City will pay £70,000 of Wayne Bridge's £90,000 per-week wages after his loan move to Sunderland.

DAILY RECORD

Rangers legend John Greig and former chairman John McClelland joined forces last night to warn the club are in danger of being sucked into a debt spiral.

Celtic last night failed with a late £2.2million move for Real Betis hitman Jorge Molina.

Rudi Skacel will stay with Hearts until the end of the season.