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...


Liverpool's US owners are hugely impressed with Wigan boss Roberto Martinez.

Former Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd is part of a consortium trying to rescue Rangers.

Middlesbrough centre-back Stephen McManus is a target for Bristol City.

Crystal Palace want to snap up Preston striker Jamie Proctor.

Liverpool are set to make Wigan midfielder Momo Diame their first signing of the summer.

Everton boss David Moyes will fight tooth and nail to keep hold of Leighton Baines amid interest from Manchester United and Bayern Munich.

Former Accrington Stanley chairman Ilyas Khan wants to buy Blackburn .


Vincent Kompany will be rewarded with a five-year £120,000-a-week deal after leading Manchester City to the brink of the title.

Steve Kean will plead for his job when he meets Blackburn's owners next week.

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho will raid former club Chelsea for Serbian defender Branislav Ivanovic this summer.

Spurs have stepped up their bid to sign £16million Marseille striker Loic Remy.

Anthony Gerrard is a £350,000 target for both Leicester and Ipswich.

Millwall's Hamer Bouazza looks set to quit the club.

Sheffield Wednesday are poised to snap up Caolan Lavery.

Manchester City have been given the green light to launch a £35million raid for Eden Hazard.


Gareth Bale wants to join Real Madrid if Spurs fail to qualify for the Champions League.

Liverpool are considering a dramatic shake-up with Roberto Martinez hot favourite to take over as boss from Kenny Dalglish.

Liverpool are ready to make Wigan enforcer Momo Diame their first summer signing.

Paul Scholes will go on holiday before deciding whether to play on next season.

Steve Kean will ask Blackburn's owners for a new backroom team as he plots a return to the Premier League.

Randy Lerner wants a director of football at Aston Villa - and Damien Comolli is in prime position for the job.

Joe Cole could be a shock inclusion in England's Euro 2012 squad.

Atletico Madrid's Colombian hotshot Radamel Falcao is Chelsea's new top target.

Newcastle star Hatem Ben Arfa is a target for Inter Milan.

Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is tracking Chelsea left back Ryan Bertrand.

Middlesbrough want Portsmouth striker Luke Varney, who has already held talks with Leeds.

Reading have agreed a deal to sign Nottingham Forest's Garath McCleary.

Southampton are keen on Wolves winger Michael Kightly.

Everton will try to sign Jamie Mackie if QPR are relegated.

Scott Dann will leave Blackburn this summer and could finally end up at Aston Villa.

Crystal Palace boss Dougie Freedman is determined to win the race for Manchester United's 19-year-old hot shot Will Keane.

Stoke want Wigan striker Franco Di Santo.


Liverpool are preparing for life without Kenny Dalglish.

Sir Alex Ferguson flew into Berlin on Saturday to check out Borussia Dortmund star Shinji Kagawa.

Ritchie De Laet and Matty James are heading to Leicester in a £2million double deal.

Former Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd is one of the backers behind an English consortium linked with a move for Rangers.

Roy Hodgson has persuaded Ben Foster to come out of international retirement.

Martin Olsson is being lined up as the £7million successor to Ashley Cole at Stamford Bridge.


John Terry is sweating on his place in England's Euro 2012 squad.

Manchester United are considering a £10million bid for Fulham's attacking midfielder Mousa Dembele.


Sir Alex Ferguson has warned Premier League champions elect Manchester City: "You don't frighten us."


The position of Kenny Dalglish as Liverpool manager is under review.


Sir Alex Ferguson has sent a defiant message to his club's rivals: "We're not going away and I'm not either".


Charles Green last night promised Rangers fans he wasn't another Craig Whyte after revealing he's been named the club's preferred bidder.

Rangers skipper Steven Davis is a target for Southampton.

Craig Levein has closed the Scotland door on Steven Fletcher.