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

Andre Villas-Boas has called on Chelsea to give him their public backing.

Arsene Wenger has £50million sitting in his transfer kitty.

Sir Alex Ferguson says he blundered by failing to sign Joe Hart for just £100,000.

Napoli boss Walter Mazzari has laughed off talk his Napoli side are favourites ahead of today's first leg against Chelsea.

Chelsea will make an official complaint to UEFA if any of their players are racially abused tonight.

Ramires has handed beleaguered Chelsea a boost - by agreeing a three-year contract extension until 2017.

Emmanuel Petit last night spoke for most Arsenal fans when he said: Arsene Wenger's youth policy has failed.

Wolves have put Reading manager Brian McDermott and Brighton's Gus Poyet on the wanted list to be their new boss.

Sir Alex Ferguson insists he is staying on as Manchester United boss because his wife has threatened to turn him into a milkman.

Simon Grayson is the new boss at Huddersfield - just 19 days after getting sacked by Leeds.

Gary Megson's days as Sheffield Wednesday boss look numbered.

West Ham co-owner David Sullivan has warned Newcastle that striker Demba Ba could leave for £7million - and they might get just £3million.

Chris Samba has made his first move towards a return to Blackburn's relegation scrap.

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce will rollick the next player that gets sent off.

Arsenal are in the hunt for Daniel Opare, who has impressed for Standard Liege this season.

Alan Shearer will hire a jet to fly 25 of Gary Speed's old team-mates to Cardif to be at the late Wales boss' memorial game with Costa Rica tomorrow week.

DAILY STAR

Defiant Andre Villas-Boas has promised Chelsea plenty of trophies over the next three years.

Newcastle have been warned they could lose top scorer Demba Ba for just £3.5million this summer.

Napoli striker Edinson Cavani has vowed to destroy English football - by shooting down Chelsea tonight.

Daniel Sturridge insists Chelsea are not a "divided unit" under Andre Villas-Boas.

Andy Carroll reckons he has finally found happiness at Liverpool.

Scott Dann has spoken for the first time about rupturing his testicle - claiming it was even more painful than it sounds.

Bacary Sagna claims crisis club Arsenal must improve fast or face even more humiliation against Tottenham this Sunday.

Patrick Vieira says Manchester City are a better side than Manchester United and can steal their Premier League title.

Stoke last night appealed against Rory Delap's red card in Sunday's FA Cup fifth-round win at Crawley.

Brian McDermott and Gus Poyet have emerged as shock contenders for the manager's job at Wolves - as Steve Bruce last night considered pulling out of the race.

James McClean's reward for his superb Sunderland form is a call into the Republic of Ireland squad.

DAILY MIRROR

Sir Alex Ferguson believes he has a job for life at Manchester United.

Defiant Andre Villas-Boas last night maintained he is safe as Chelsea boss - even if they are thrashed by Napoli.

Napoli's owner has invited English clubs to make offers for his three big stars this summer - Edinson Cavani , Ezequiel Lavezzi and Marek Hamsik.

Chelsea are considering Athletic Bilbao boss Marcelo Bielsa as a possible replacement for Andre Villas-Boas.

Simon Grayson is targeting a third promotion from League One after taking over as Huddersfield boss.

Louis Saha claims Tottenham were robbed of an FA Cup quarter-final place by a linesman.

Patrick Vieira has backed Manchester City to win the Premier League - claiming they remind him of Arsenal's Invincibles.

Diego Maradona reckons Manchester City could blow the title because Roberto Mancini is "too defensive".

Andy Carroll has finally started to fire at Anfield - just in time to earn a dream visit to his first ever cup final.

Wolves last night made an approach for Brighton boss Gus Poyet.

Fed-up Arsenal fans have told Arsene Wenger: Show us the money.

Arsene Wenger is ready to take a huge gamble this summer by refusing to be held to ransom over Robin van Persie.

Niall Quinn was described as "a giant in everything he does" as he quit Sunderland.

Sam Allardyce has ordered West Ham to clear up their act - or risk Pancake Day falling flat at Blackpool tonight.

Spurs have made a move to sign Internacional striker Leandro Damiao.

Reading boss Brian McDermott has launched a bid to sign Jimmy Bullard.

Middlesbrough skipper Rhys Williams is on the brink of signing a new deal that will keep him at the Riverside until 2016.

DAILY EXPRESS

Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted he let Joe Hart - now regarded as one of Europe's top keepers - slip through his fingers.

Andre Villas-Boas has taken the unusual step of asking for the dreaded vote of confidence ahead of the game that could make or break his Chelsea career.

Roberto Mancini has continued his big freeze with rebel striker Carlos Tevez.

Stuart Pearce's first task as temporary England coach will be straightforward.

Sir Alex Ferguson has turned Manchester United into such "a beast" that even he would struggle to manage it if he was taking over now.

Chelsea have threatened to report Napoli to UEFA after some of their players were subjected to racist abuse when they arrived at the team hotel yesterday.

Newcastle face the prospect of losing Demba Ba for just £3.5million in the summer.

Liverpool have been accused of "incitement of racism" in a fierce attack from a group of anti-racist organisations and high-profile local and national black leaders.

Niall Quinn has severed his association with Sunderland to spend more time with his family.

DAILY MAIL

Chelsea players were subjected to sickening racist abuse as they arrived in Naples yesterday.

Rafael Benitez is high on Chelsea's list of candidates to replace Andre Villas-Boas if Roman Abramovich loses patience with his coach.

West Ham made an ambitious bid to sign Fernando Torres during the January transfer window.

Kieran Richardson could head a summer clear-out at Sunderland as Martin O'Neill looks to cash in before the player is out of contract.

Everton have signed Australian teenage midfielder Jake Adelson.

Former Portsmouth striker Danny Webber is being given a lifeline by new Leeds manager Neil Warnock.

Norwegian goalkeeper Sondre Rossbach's arrival at Manchester United has been put on hold following an ankle operation.

The FA have pledged full support for the first Premier League player to break football's final taboo and openly admit to being gay.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Manchester United's players have sought assurances about how long Sir Alex Ferguson intends to continue at Old Trafford before committing their future to the club, the United manager has revealed.

Arsenal are hopeful of finally opening contract talks with Robin van Persie and his representatives over the next month.

THE INDEPENDENT

Andre Villas-Boas yesterday launched a defiant defence of his position as Chelsea manager on the eve of tonight's Champions League tie with Napoli but hinted that he would like someone in the club's hierarchy to come out to say so publicly.

Liverpool have been told by a group of local and national black leaders that they should issue an unreserved apology to Manchester United's Patrice Evra, having contributed to the "incitement of racism in football and the wider society" with their reluctant acceptance of Luis Suarez's punishment for using a racially derogatory term to Evra.

THE TIMES

Andre Villas-Boas wants a public vote of confidence from his employers.

Emmanuel Frimpong has defended Arsene Wenger from the critics who have called for him to be replaced as manager this summer, with the Arsenal manager set to go eight years without a trophy.

THE GUARDIAN

Sir Alex Ferguson has lauded David Moyes' work at Everton and claimed Manchester United will need an experienced head to replace him when retirement comes in "another two or three years".

DAILY RECORD

Rangers boss Ally McCoist and his top-team squad will today plead with administrators for the chance to foot the bill of keeping their football club intact.

Ian Holloway last night launched a furious attack on the English FA for letting Scotland steal Matt Phillips from under their noses.

Former Motherwell defender Greg Strong insists uncertainty will be gnawing away at Rangers players as they nervously await their fate.

Relieved Fran Sandaza has admitted his gamble to reject a pre-contract deal at Rangers has paid off big style after the SPL champions were plunged into administration.