BARCELONA, Spain (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...
The FA hope to name the new England manager before the end of the season and save themselves the embarrassment of a Euro 2012 farce.
Defiant Stuart Pearce last night warned Arsene Wenger: "You can't stop me taking Jack Wilshere to the Olympics."
Manchester City hardman Nigel De Jong is an £8million target for Inter Milan.
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson plans a shake-up with some of the clubs high-earners shown the door.
Stuart Pearce last night told Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson: "I'll pick the Olympic team, not you!"
Fulham have bid £100,000 plus add-ons for Leyton Orient starlet Kaylen Hinds, 14, who is also being monitored by Man Utd, Man City, Arsnal and Liverpool.
Northampton have turned down a bid for highly-rated midfielder Michael Jacobs.
Burnley have allowed winger Keith Treacy to extend his loan spell at Sheffield Wednesday.
Liverpool's Dirk Kuyt has been given a 'now or never' offer from his old club Feyenoord.
Michel Vorm insists he does not want to quit Swansea - despite being linked with a summer move to Spurs, Chelsea and Man Utd.
Alberto Aquilani could return to Liverpool - with AC Milan having second thoughts about a permanent move.
Denilson will head back to Arsenal this summer after the club refused to extend his loan to Brazilian club Sao Paulo.
The FA's recruitment of a new England manager descended into a shambles yesterday with temporary boss Stuart Pearce outlining when HE will be picking his definitive 23-strong squad for Euro 2012.
Besiktas are ready to rival Tottenham for Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou.
Inter Milan are pressing ahead with interest in Manchester City duo Nigel de Jong and Aleksander Kolarov.
Romain Amalfitano is expected to finalise a three-year deal with Newcastle next month.
Tal Ben Haim will leave Portsmouth this summer as his agent Pini Zahavi says he will not play in League One.
Former Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas could make a return to club management at Spanish club Valencia.
Newcastle could renew their interest in PSV's £5million-rated defender Erik Pieters this summer.
Rangers last night declared all-out war on the SFA as Ally McCoist demanded the identity of the three anonymous legal experts who sanctioned a 12-month transfer embargo on the stricken club.