SAO PAULO (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 City are considering making a £30m bid for Roma midfielder Daniele de Rossi in January.
England players were given sleeping tablets before delivering a dozy performance in Poland.
Furious FA chiefs are threatening to boycott matches in Serbia following the England Under-21s' night of terror in Krusevac.
John Terry is expected to finally admit defeat in his year-long fight to clear his name in the Anton Ferdinand racism scandal.
Luka Modric has put his shirt on his old Tottenham pal Gareth Bale joining him at the Bernabeu.
Brendan Rodgers will discover today if Pepe Reina has joined his list of Liverpool crocks.
Federico Macheda is set to quit Manchester United .
Blackburn still want Tim Sherwood as boss - despite a rebuff from Spurs.
David Bernstein has been told he must step down as FA chairman next year.
West Ham are ready to offer full-back Guy Demel a new contract.
Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha has been told he can head to the Premier League for £20million.
Wayne Rooney admitted dozy England need to wake up if they are to qualify for the World Cup.
The FA were fuming last night as they faced a rap linked to the disgusting racist scenes in Serbia.
Mario Balotelli has hit back at Manchester City chief Brian Marwood for criticising his conduct.
Birmingham fear being forced to sell starlets Jack Butland and Nathan Redmond if takeover talks collapse.
Reading have handed Indian midfielder Brandon Fernandes a trial.
Blackburn are set to drop their chase for Tottenham coach Tim Sherwood.
Mick McCarthy is top of Burnley's short-list to take over at Turf Moor, but the Clarets face competition from Bolton to land him.
Luka Modric has told Gareth Bale to quit Tottenham and join him at Real Madrid.
Barcelona have launched a stinging attack on Manchester City and warned them to forget about signing Sergio Busquets.
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew believes bad boy Nile Ranger will never learn his lesson.
Arsenal , Liverpool and Manchester City will have to pay at least £20m if they want to sign Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.
England nodded off in Poland yesterday and dropped two vital World Cup points after some players needed sleeping tablets to cope with the game's 20-hour delay.
The Football Association have threatened to stop playing matches against Serbia in the wake of disgraceful scenes of racism and violence that marred England Under-21s' 1-0 win in Krusevac on Tuesday.
Manchester City winger David Silva will have a scan on his injured hamstring today but is almost certainly out of next Wednesday's crucial Champions League game at Ajax.
Blackburn hope Tim Sherwood will demand that Tottenham give him an opportunity to hold talks over the managerial vacancy at Ewood Park.
England's dreams of reaching Brazil 2014 are in the balance following a sloppy stalemate as it emerged several players took sleeping pills to minimise the disruption when the World Cup qualifier was put back 24 hours.
The FA were last night charged by UEFA for their part in the mass brawl in Serbia as the Under-21s racism row escalated.
Republic of Ireland manager Giovanni Trapattoni was last night told his position was safe.
Luka Modric gave Gareth Bale a Real Madrid shirt on Tuesday and he now wants him to join him in Spain.
Craig Levein will have to defend his record as Scotland manager if he is to keep his job.
Nile Ranger has been told by Newcastle boss Alan Pardew his future is at stake unless he cleans up his act.
Serbia's prime minister appeared to deepen hostilities with England following the rancorous Under-21 international that ended in racist abuse and violence, suggesting that England's players and coaching staff could face criminal charges for their part in clashes after the game.