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 was snubbed by boss Roberto Mancini and slammed by fans and former players as he returned to Manchester City yesterday with the prospect of another fine hanging over him.

Chelsea are still tracking Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba - but Sir Alex Ferguson remains hopeful that he can get the highly-rated 18-year-old to sign a new deal.

Everton will not ask to extend Landon Donovan's loan from LA Galaxy as they want to make sure that they can borrow the US international next season too.


Carlos Tevez has been told he must apologise before he can play for Manchester City again.

Striker Daniel Sturridge is considering his future at Chelsea after their dip in form.

Spurs midfielder David Bentley is interested by a move to the MLS.

Manchester United midfielder Paul Scholes, 37, is set to play on for another season.

Udinese central defender Mehdi Benatia, rated at at £9.7m, has issued a "come and get me" call to Manchester United.

Spurs will have to smash their strict wage structure if they are to lure Lille midfielder Eden Hazard to White Hart Lane.

Manchester City's Sweden U21 striker John Guidetti, 19, - who has netted 17 goals in 15 games for Feyenoord in a loan spell this season - is a £4m target for German giants Bayern Munich.


Carlos Tevez will have to grovel to boss Roberto Mancini if he wants a Manchester City lifeline.

Andre Villas-Boas has been told by his former boss at Porto, Jorge Nuno Pinto da Costa, that he messed up by moving to Chelsea too early.

Newcastle are lining up a £3m summer bid for Bolton midfielder Mark Davies.


Carlos Tevez arrived back in England on Tuesday - but his chances of playing for Manchester City again appear to be remote.

Craig Levein is risking the wrath of the FA by trying to poach some of England's top young players.

Manchester United are interested in Real Madrid's 24-year-old German international midfielder Sami Khedira.

Middlesbrough midfielder Barry Robson, 33, is set to join MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps at the end of the season.


Carlos Tevez arrived back in England yesterday to a snub from Roberto Mancini and a furious backlash from Manchester City fans and former players.

Arsene Wenger has admitted the heat could be back on him if Arsenal mess up in Milan tonight.


Arsene Wenger said last night that his Arsenal team can still win the Champions League as they prepare to face Milan at San Siro tonight in the first knockout round with this and the FA Cup their only realistic hope of a first trophy since 2005.

Carlos Tevez was heartened to be welcomed back to Manchester City by at least four first-team players yesterday.


Arsene Wenger believes that Arsenal can make a statement of intent against Milan in the Champions League which could raise the temperature at Chelsea.

Carlos Tevez could be hit with another hefty fine by Manchester City after club officials were left infuriated by a highly critical interview the Argentina striker gave to South American television before returning to Manchester yesterday.

Wolves are to interview former Charlton Athletic manager Alan Curbishley as they move quickly to replace Mick McCarthy.


Carlos Tevez arrived back in England yesterday after more than three months' unauthorised leave and immediately faced the threat of a fine of almost £400,000 from Manchester City.

If shock at the events of the previous 24 hours was Blue Monday for Rangers supporters, then yesterday turned into Black Tuesday.


Rangers are expected to be forced to cut staff and salaries after they entered administration and were deducted 10 points yesterday - a situation former captain Terry Butcher described as "pure carnage".


Former Rangers director Paul Murray wants to rescue the Ibrox club from owner Craig Whyte after they were plunged into administration yesterday.

The Light Blues look set to miss out on the signing of striker Daniel Cousin.

Hearts, Dundee United and Dunfermline could be forced to write off almost £1m in transfer fees and ticket revenue as a result of the financial collapse of Rangers.