MONTREAL (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...
Arsenal want to report Manchester City for allegedly 'tapping up' star striker Robin van Persie.
Theo Walcott is ready to follow Robin van Persie out of the Arsenal exit door.
Tottenham midfielder Luka Modric is ready to pull out of a move to Real Madrid.
New Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas will walk straight into a fight with Manchester United after rookie defender Ezekiel Fryers quit Old Trafford.
Wayne Bridge will join Brighton in a stunning deal for the Championship club.
Arsenal's two major shareholders were engaged in open war last night, with Robin van Persie the catalyst for hostilities.
Robin van Persie has set his heart on a shock move away from the Premier League - with Italian giants Juventus .
Chelsea boss Roberto Di Matteo wants to push through the capture of Wigan forward Victor Moses in the next 23 hours in a deal worth up to £10million.
Manchester City are poised to steal a march on the rest of Europe by landing Argentinian wonderkid Paulo Dybala.
Tottenham have been handed the chance to sign Paulo Henrique after his contract talks with Santos broke down this week.
Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas is heading for a battle with Sir Alex Ferguson over Manchester United starlet Ezekiel Fryers.
Hull boss Steve Bruce is looking to sign Manchester United goalkeeper Ben Amos on loan for the season.
Watford have pulled the plug on their move for goalkeeper Tom Heaton.
Huddersfield hope to clinch the signing of Nottingham Forest defender Joel Lynch inside 48 hours.
David Silva is set to snub Real Madrid and sign a new £52million contract with Manchester City.
Arsenal are on the brink of civil war after a stinging attack from two of the club's biggest shareholders.
Brendan Rodgers has told his Liverpool stars to focus on getting back into the Champions League - or leave Anfield.
Arsenal's turbulent week descended into civil war yesterday after the club's biggest shareholder launched a withering attack on primary owner Stan Kroenke.
Tottenham are considering a £7million bid for Birmingham goalkeeper Jack Butland and are ready to listen to offers for Rafael van der Vaart.
Swansea hope to wrap up the loan of Villarreal midfielder Jonathan de Guzman next week.
West Brom have failed in a loan move for Obafemi Martins from Rubin Kazan.
Aston Villa are keen on Sheffield United right-back Matthew Lowton.
Stoke want Blackburn left-back Martin Olsson.
Fulham are closing on a deal for Cologne left-back Sascha Riether.
Brighton want to sign Wayne Bridge from Manchester City.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes Gylfi Sigurdsson turned down the Reds for financial reasons but admits there are no hard feelings.
Aston Villa are lining up a swoop for Sheffield United right-back Matthew Lowton.
Villarreal midfielder Jonathan de Guzman is set to become Michael Laudrup's second signing at Swansea.
Bolton say it would take a "totally bizarre" offer to land midfielder Mark Davies.
Newcastle have agreed a deal to sign Coventry midfielder Gael Bigirimana.
Manchester United have tabled a formal offer, believed to be about £20million, for Joao Moutinho, the Portugal midfield player.
Roberto Mancini, the Manchester City manager, is privately confident that Manchester United do not pose a threat to him buying Robin van Persie.
Ally McCoist took a thinly-veiled swipe at Old Firm rivals Celtic last night and told them if it's sporting integrity they want Rangers will go to Division Three.