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...
Stuart Pearce last night insisted that he is the man to lead England to glory at Euro 2012.
Micah Richards reckons Fabio Capello's decision to quit England has saved his career.
Andre Villas-Boas is on the brink of the sack after Roman Abramovich demanded he explained why he picked such an inexperienced side against Napoli.
Fraizer Campbell last night admitted that his surprising England call-up had swept him from the "worst to the best" moment of his life.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has been assured he can still make the Euro 2012 finals despite his England snub.
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez insists the £9.5million Aston Villa paid for Charles N'Zogbia was cash well spent - despite his goal drought.
Portsmouth players have agreed a hefty pay cut to keep the stricken Championship club in business.
Birmingham aim to enhance their promotion hopes with a double swoop for Andros Townsend and Caleb Folan.
Bristol City boss Derek McInnes is ready to help Sean Davis with his rehab by taking him on loan.
Manchester City are still chasing Crewe starlet Dan Smith after almost a year.
Gordon Smith became the first major casualty of Rangers' administration last night when he was forced out of the Ibrox club.
Wolves are ready to give caretaker Terry Connor the chance to save their Premier League skins after Walter Smith yesterday became the latest big name to snub them.
Neil Warnock claims he will retire next season as he doesn't want to "die on the job".
Joleon Lescott has told fans to back Carlos Tevez and help Man City's push for the title.
Sports management giants IMO are pulling out of representing football despite their client list having included one of the most expensive stars in Sergio Aguero.
Newcastle are hoping to sign Stade de Relms midfielder Romain Amalfitano, 22, in the summer.
Leeds and Doncaster want to sign Newcastle midfielder Mehdi Abeld on loan.
Tottenham are struggling to finance a move to sign Emmanuel Adebayor permanently.
Dave Jones has emerged as a strong contender to return to his old club Wolves as manager.
Blackburn rebel Chris Samba has not given up hope of securing a move to big-spending Anzhi Makhachkala before the Russian transfer window closes today.
Carlo Ancelotti piled more pressure on his under-fire successor Andre Villas-Boas last night by dismissing his attempted team-rebuilding as too much, too soon.
West Brom boss Roy Hodgson is planning a second raid to tempt Szabolcs Huszti to the Premier League.
Sunderland are set to be offered Nicklas Bendtner in a cut-price £4million deal.
Wigan lost more than £7million battling to stay in the Premier League last season.
Walter Smith broke his silence last night, urging the people responsible for Rangers' crisis to come clean.