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...
Harry Redknapp admits he could be sensationally axed by Tottenham.
Kenny Dalglish heads for Wembley looking to repay his debt to Liverpool.
Pepe Reina has accused Chelsea of destroying the career of close friend Fernando Torres.
John Terry is hoping FA Cup glory will help Roberto Di Matteo become full-time Chelsea boss.
Martin Jol has dismissed Liverpool boss Tom Werner's compliments about Clint Dempsey as just admiration of a star player and not a 'tap-up'.
Arsene Wenger says a summer spending spree and getting into the Champions League is vital if they are to keep Robin van Persie.
Leeds boss Neil Warnock is ready to raid Portsmouth for midfielder dynamo David Norris - and defender Joel Ward.
German club Hoffenheim are targeting Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.
Roy Hodgson's move to England will help West Brom land a big-name successor, according to Baggies coach Keith Downing.
Harry Redknapp says his refusal to talk 'cobblers' cost him the England job.
Jose Mourinho is set to snub Roman Abramovich and sign a new Real Madrid deal - worth a staggering £10million a year after tax.
Pepe Reina blames Chelsea for Fernando Torres misfiring since his £50million move from Liverpool.
John Terry has vowed never to turn his back on England and insists he has no issue playing with anyone if Roy Hodgson selects him to play.
Crystal Palace wonderkid Wilfried Zaha is a shock summer target for German side Hoffenheim.
Roberto Mancini has taunted Sir Alex Ferguson and told him: We're top dogs in Manchester now.
Kenny Dalglish leads his side out at Wembley today admitting: I owe Liverpool.
Roberto Di Matteo last night admitted: I don't care if we play ugly to win the FA Cup.
Pepe Reina has blamed Chelsea for not getting the best out of Fernando Torres.
Arsene Wenger has ruled out Robin van Persie leaving this summer - and is convinced Lukas Podolski's arrival will mean he keeps his star man.
Martin Jol yesterday issued a hands-off warning to Liverpool over Fulham's USA international Clint Dempsey.
David Moyes reckons Phil Neville still has plenty to offer Everton, before he moves into a coaching role.
Fulham coach Ray Lewington will join the England set-up for Euro 2012.
Roberto Mancini has prepared for another pivotal day in the Barclays Premier League title race by warning his players it is no use being champions of Manchester if they are not champions of England as well.
Chelsea directors spoke with a member of the Qatari ruling family yesterday about investing in the club's future.
Sir Alex Ferguson has hit out at the 'stupid' timing of today's FA Cup final between Chelsea and Liverpool.
Manchester City have given top summer target Eden Hazard a tour of the property market in the North West as they look to keep him out of the clutches of neighbours United.
Aston Villa supporters have cranked up the pressure on Alex McLeish by taking out an advert in a local paper and calling for him to be sacked.
Harry Redknapp confessed the appointment of Roy Hodgson as England manager came as a 'relief' but also questioned why the process took the FA nearly three months to complete.
Roy Hodgson has secured the services of Ray Lewington as his assistant for Euro 2012.
Frank Lampard is dreaming about a double cup success for Chelsea in the next fortnight.
Steven Gerrard has delivered a stark warning to Chelsea, telling them that Liverpool will fight to the death in pursuit of FA Cup glory.
Roberto Mancini has told his Manchester City stars: You've proved you're the cream of Manchester - now show you are the best in the Premier League.
Harry Redknapp has no idea what the future holds after missing out on the England job.
David Moyes has issued a hands-off warning to rival clubs circling Everton's star men.
Fulham coach Ray Lewington is to team up with England manager Roy Hodgson again after agreeing to become his assistant for Euro 2012.
Chelsea want to build "one of the most iconic football stadiums in the world" in Wandsworth, south London, incorporating the four chimneys of Battersea Power Station in a 60,000-seat stadium costing more than £1billion and not being open before 2016.
Liverpool's goalkeeper Pepe Reina has amplified the FA Cup final tension by blaming Chelsea for the confidence crisis endured by their record signing Fernando Torres.
Mark Hughes yesterday questioned the Football Association's timing in appointing Roy Hodgson as England manager and suggested it might have fateful consequences for the top and bottom of the Premier League table.
The Liverpool goalkeeper, Pepe Reina, has said on the eve of today's FA Cup final that Chelsea are to blame for Fernando Torres' struggle to deliver at Stamford Bridge, having failed to dispense with other players' egos and build a team around him.
Roy Hodgson announced his first appointment to the England backroom staff last night with the arrival of Ray Lewington, currently the first-team coach at Fulham, who will work with the team just for the European Championships this summer.
Arsene Wenger hopes that by signing Lukas Podolski he can convince Robin van Persie to commit himself to the club by agreeing a new deal this summer.
Kenny Dalglish has claimed he will be forever indebted to Liverpool whether or not he guides the club to a domestic cup double in today's FA Cup final against Chelsea.
Chelsea have submitted a formal offer to purchase the site of Battersea power station which, if accepted, could lead to the club leaving Stamford Bridge and the development of "one of the most iconic football stadiums in the world" at a cost of more than £1billion.
John Terry has urged his Chelsea team-mates to beat Liverpool and win the FA Cup at Wembley this evening to help Roberto Di Matteo, the interim first-team coach, to get the job on a permanent basis.
Sir Alex Ferguson has told his Manchester United players they will be haunted by a "stupid" and "absolutely ridiculous" performance against Everton unless Newcastle United manage to do the champions a huge favour in the title race tomorrow.
Rangers' top-flight fate will no longer be decided by the five-man SPL board because three members fear a backlash against their clubs.
Celtic are keeping close tabs on £2.5million Rosenborg midfielder Markus Henriksen.
Ally McCoist will fly to Tennessee next week for his first face-to-face meeting with prospective new owner Bill Miller.
Rangers stars could be heading for a courtroom if Bill Miller gains control of the club as a newco.
Sasa Papac has become the first big-name departure from Ibrox this summer.
Aberdeen boss Craig Brown will hold further talks with Jonny Hayes over a summer switch.