HAVANA (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...
Manchester United are poised to make Poland sensation Robert Lewandowski their second summer signing.
Michael Laudrup has opened talks to become Swansea's new manager.
Newcastle are ready to reward Alan Pardew with a new contract.
Bayern Munich will table a £20million bid to take Edin Dzeko back to Germany - and Manchester City reckon that could prove the ace up their sleeve which sees Thomas Muller move in the opposite direction.
Tim Krul insists he is at Newcastle for the long haul.
Former Blues winger Jose Dominguez is after the vacant manager's job at Birmingham.
Sir Alex Ferguson is weighing up a £14million move for Dutch midfield enforcer Kevin Strootman, currently at PSV.
Roberto Di Matteo will be offered a one-year chance to prove himself as Chelsea manager.
Robin van Persie will hold the key to his future when he returns to Arsenal after the Euros - the Gunners will sell if it becomes clear the Dutchman is willing to force the issue.
Everton boss David Moyes is making a last-gasp bid to sign Burnley striker Jay Rodriguez before Southampton.
Jussi Jaaskelainen has agreed a two-year deal with West Ham.
Newcastle are pursuing Ajax left-back Vurnon Anita.
Celtic were hit with a hammer blow last night when it emerged Victor Wanyama wants to land a summer switch to England.
Cha Du-ri called time on his Celtic career yesterday by completing a free transfer to German Bundesliga new boys Fortuna Dusseldorf.
Celtic face fresh competition from Huddersfield for the signature of Ireland star Keith Andrews.
Sergejus Fedotovas admits Hearts already have a shortlist for the vacant manager's post - and hope to have Paulo Sergio's successor in place before pre-season training starts.
New Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert is set to make a move for Leeds' Scotland star Robert Snodgrass.
Hibs target Paul Cairney is waiting by the phone to find out if his move to Easter Road is on. The Partick midfielder "would love" the chance to play for the "massive club".
Relegated Dunfermline have brought in three new signings - Arbroath midfield man Josh Falkingham, East Fife striker Ryan Wallace and Ayr midfielder Andy Geggan.
Stevie May is ready to pledge his future to St Johnstone.