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 admits that he could now be sacked by Roman Abramovich.

Paul Pogba is on his way out of Manchester United after rejecting the club's final contract offer.

Fulham have signed former Real Madrid midfielder Mahamadou Diarra.

Fabricio Coloccini wants to sort out his future and stay at Newcastle.

Garath McCleary is set to leave Nottingham Forest this summer as the club cannot afford to offer him a new deal to stay.

Norwich boss Paul Lambert is lining up a £1.5million offer for Nottingham Forest right-back Chris Gunter.

Stewart Downing has jumped to the defence of his mate Andy Carroll, insisting departing England boss Fabio Capello got him all wrong.

John Heitinga reckons England need a peace pact to have a chance of Euro 2012 glory.

Dirk Kuyt has compared his Carling Cup winner's medal to striking gold at the summer Olympics.

Anthony Gerrard last night admitted: My Wembley penalty miss will haunt me for the rest of my life.

Jamie Carragher hailed Liverpool's Carling Cup glory but admitted they should be aiming higher.

John W Henry has hinted Liverpool's Carling Cup triumph over Cardiff could spark another spending spree in their bid to become European giants again.

Louis Saha has revealed how Alex Ferguson left him deaf and dumbstruck after he scored TWICE.

Chris Samba last night angrily denied claims he only joined Anzhi Makhachkala for the cash.

Paul Scholes believes Manchester United must win every remaining match to retain the Premier League title.

Robert Earnshaw has made an emotional appeal to Wales fans to pack Cardiff City Stadium tomorrow in a tribute to Gary Speed.

Arsenal fans have blasted Ivan Gazidis for claiming finishing outside the top four would NOT hurt the club.

Darren Bent faces Euro 2012 heartache after being ruled out of action for THREE months.

Wojciech Szczesny saw his Gunners pals spank Spurs and then roared: That was as good as beating Barcelona.

Rafael van der Vaart insists Spurs will bounce back from their 5-2 thrashing at Arsenal.

James Milner has warned England's stars to deliver a decent shift against Holland tomorrow.

DAILY STAR

James Milner last night insisted he could handle the job of England captain.

Darren Bent is almost certainly out of Euro 2012.

Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas is linking up a summer swoop for Porto's £85million-rated striker Hulk.

Robert Green has delivered a snub to former England boss Fabio Capello - and backed Stuart Pearce's personal touch.

Liverpool's Jordan Henderson says tomorrow's Under-21 international against Belgium at the Riverside will be just as big for him as Sunday's Carling Cup final.

Dutch winger Arjen Robben taunted England last night - by claiming their defence will be rocky without Rio Ferdinand and John Terry.

Arsenal ace Mike Arteta has warned: "Write us off at your peril".

Tony Fernandes is planning to listen to the concerns of irate QPR fans on a pub crawl before Saturday's visit of Everton.

Newcastle skipper Fabricio Coloccini wants to delay contract talks until the end of the season.

Fulham last night signed Mahamadou Diarra on a free transfer - less than six years after he cost Real Madrid £22million.

Jamie Carragher says Liverpool are too good to slip into Europe via the back door.

David Luiz has blasted the critics who say he doesn't care enough about football.

DAILY MIRROR

Andre Villas-Boas last night admitted for the first time he fears the Chelsea axe.

Arsenal will break the bank to make Robin van Persie the highest-paid player in their history.

Darren Bent is set to miss out on his third major England tournament.

Liverpool's owners are ready to back a summer spending spree with some of Europe's rising stars on their list.

David Luiz last night told doubting Chelsea fans Andre Villas-Boas WILL come good at Stamford Bridge.

Carlos Tevez is back in action for Manchester City tonight - but will still be ignored for first-team duty.

Blackpool made an astonishing record profit of £20.9million for hitting the jackpot and reaching the Premier League.

Grant Holt reckons more Norwich players should be rewarded with international call-ups.

Jamie Carragher cut through the emotion of Liverpool's Carling Cup triumph by insisting it must be the catalyst for more success.

Paul Scholes believes Ryan Giggs saved Manchester United's title bid with his late winner at Norwich.

Stewart Downing insists his Liverpool team-mate Andy Carroll is a changed man and will force his way into England's Euro 2012 squad.

DAILY EXPRESS

England are facing a potential striker crisis at Euro 2012 after Darren Bent was plunged into a frantic battle to play again this season and prove his fitness in time for the tournament.

Harry Redknapp is desperate to manage Theo Walcott again - for Tottenham or England.

Steven Gerrard has been backed to take over the England captaincy by Liverpool team-mate Stewart Downing.

Mario Balotelli was dropped from Italy's squad as manager Cesare Prandelli claims he appears "agitated" and cannot be trusted not to be sent off.

Anthony Gerrard admitted in a heartfelt Twitter message at 3.55am yesterday that his penalty miss for Cardiff would haunt him for the rest of his life.

DAILY MAIL

England's plans for Euro 2012 descended into crisis last night when it emerged Darren Bent is almost certainly out of the tournament because of an ankle injury.

Andre Villas-Boas has admitted he does not know if he has the full support of Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.

Leeds United have made a bid to sign Leicester City midfielder Matt Mills on loan.

Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis insists the club will not go crazy in the summer transfer market despite posting half-yearly pre-tax profits of £49.5million yesterday.

Tottenham forward Louis Saha last night claimed that some of his fellow footballers use escort girls in a bid to hide their indiscretions from the public.

Manchester United's attempts to keep teenage prodigy Paul Pogba have hit crisis point.

DAILY RECORD

The Old Firm are locked in a cash feud after it emerged Celtic have reneged on a deal to hand over a £300,000 advance on tickets for next month's derby clash.

Rangers' hopes were rising last night that they can escape the tentacles of Octopus and write off their £24million ticket deal.

Matt Phillips last night revealed he turned down an 11th-hour plea from Stuart Pearce to snub Scotland and pledge allegiance to England.