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...


Andre Villas-Boas faces the threat of being sacked as Chelsea boss this week after an ultimatum from owner Roman Abramovich.

Luis Suarez intends to make a sensational visit to Old Trafford to watch former club Ajax play Manchester United on Thursday night.

Luka Modric has turned his back on Chelsea and will join Manchester United this summer if he leaves Tottenham.

Spurs have stepped up their interest in Ajax skipper and central defender Jan Vertonghen.

Manchester City striker John Guidetti is a summer target for Bayern Munich.

West Brom boss Roy Hodgson is keeping tabs on midfielder Ivan Todorovic.

Chelsea chief Roman Abramovich is setting up a sensational swoop for Serbian starlet Lazar Markovic.

Birmingham want forgotten Bolton forward Robbie Blake.

Everton striker Apostolos Vellios is pondering a summer move.

Arsenal, Liverpool and Everton have stepped up their interest in Anderlecht's Matias Suarez.

Ipswich striker Jason Scotland has turned down a loan move to Bristol City.


Alan Curbishley has stunned Wolves by turning down the manager's job.

Andre Villas-Boas is one bad Champions League defeat away from the sack.

Arsenal will scrap their wage cap in a bid to keep their best players and attract stellar signings.


Jamie Redknapp has become the most important man in English football.

Serie A club Palermo are planning a cheeky summer bid for Luis Suarez.

Andre Villas-Boas' Chelsea future looked in even more doubt last night after Didier Drogba led a half-time team talk in the tunnel.


Jamie Redknapp - not Harry - is likely to decide who the next England manager will be.

Steve Bruce faced an angry backlash from Wolves fans last night as he emerged as the frontrunner to succeed Mick McCarthy.


Arsene Wenger's 16-year reign as Arsenal manager is under increasing pressure and he could move upstairs with Pep Guardiola replacing him in the summer.


Ally McCoist last night threw his weight behind a full inquiry into Craig Whyte's timebomb takeover of Rangers.