MILAN (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...
Sir Alex Ferguson believes Ryan Giggs could one day succeed him as Manchester United manager.
Rangers stars were last night warned they will have to play for free if the Ibrox club are to limp on in administration.
Liverpool will not offer Fabio Aurelio a new deal when his contract expires at the end of the season.
Thierry Hazard, the father of Lille's Eden Hazard, has given Tottenham encouragement in their bid for the playmaker.
Chelsea are again showing interest in CSKA Moscow goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev.
Everton are monitoring Espanyol defender Hector Moreno but face stern competition from Real Madrid.
Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers has blocked Stephen Dobbie's potential loan move to Middlesbrough or Blackpool.
Birmingham manager Chris Hughton is trying to sign Danny Rose on loan from Tottenham.
Sir Alex Ferguson has told Paul Scholes to stick to his decision not to play for England again.
Huddersfield want Neil Warnock to make an emotional return to the club after sacking Lee Clark yesterday.
Roberto Mancini slammed the door on Carlos Tevez returning to the Manchester City team last night.
Fabio Capello will be offered almost unlimited spending power to boss Russian giants Anzhi Makhachkala.
Sir Alex Ferguson is trying to line up a deal for Mexican youngster Alan Pulido, who is regarded as the new Javier Hernandez.
Fulham are chasing Anderlecht's Congolese striker Dieumerci Mbokani.
Arsenal legend Freddie Ljungberg wants to come back to England after leaving Japanese club Shimizu S-Pulse.
Roberto Mancini has threatened to cast Carlos Tevez back into the wilderness.
Wolves will step up their search for a new boss today now chairman and owner Steve Morgan is back in the country.
Lee Clark could sue Huddersfield after being sacked as manager.
Junior Hoilett wants to stay in the Premier League next term - but is waiting for clubs to compete with Bayern Munich for a deal.
Robbie Keane is considering a move back to the Premier League.
Victor Moses will open talks over a new Wigan deal - if they stay up.
Michael Appleton is after permission from the Football League to take players on emergency loan at crisis club Portsmouth.
Steve Bruce has compiled his Wolves survival dossier in his bid to land the Molineux job.
Sir Alex Ferguson insists there is no chance of Paul Scholes coming out of international retirement.
Axed Huddersfield boss Lee Clark is not in contention for either the Wolves or Leeds jobs.
Roberto Mancini last night hit back at Carlos Tevez by snapping: "I treated you too well."
Lee Clark was last night considering a claim for unfair dismissal after being sacked by Huddersfield after only his third defeat in 55 games.
Anxious Rangers players were fearing for their jobs last night after being ordered to report for a breakfast meeting with the crisis club's administrators.
Daniel Cousin's move to Ibrox has collapsed and it was Rangers who sabotaged the deal.