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...

DAILY MAIL

Roberto Di Matteo will pay the price for a crushing Champions League setback at Juventus last night, with Rafa Benitez lined up to replace him as Chelsea manager if Pep Guardiola refuses to take over the ailing club in the summer.

Harry Redknapp has been offered the Ukraine job.

Arsene Wenger may bring Thierry Henry back to Arsenal for a third spell.

Andre Villas-Boas will be handed £20million to revive Tottenham 's faltering Champions League ambitions.

PR have joined the chase for £2million-rated FC Cluj winger Modou Sougou.

Middlesbrough are weighing up if they can afford a loan deal for Liverpool winger Stewart Downing.

Blackpool are favourites to sign St Patrick's midfielder Ryan Coombes.

THE SUN

Roberto Di Matteo will be axed by Chelsea - it is now just a question of when.

Harry Redknapp is considering a mega-bucks deal to manage Ukraine - piling the pressure on QPR to make him an offer.

Arsene Wenger admits Arsenal legend Thierry Henry could have a third stint at the club.

Middlesbrough are ready to play the waiting game to bring Stewart Downing back to the club.

Swansea striker Danny Graham could be heading for the exit door, with Norwich willing to pay £5million.

Neymar has been told by Pele to snub English clubs.

Arsenal fancy a £5million move for Ajax goalkeeper Kenneth Vermeer in the January transfer window.

Leeds boss Neil Warnock will go for Sunderland defender Matt Kilgallon after Stoke snubbed his bid to sign Ryan Shotton on loan.

DAILY MIRROR

Roberto Di Matteo was left in the shadow of the Chelsea axe last night when his Fernando Torres gamble backfired.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger last night admitted he is ready to sign Thierry Henry for a third time.

Harry Redknapp has been offered the chance to boss Ukraine - and knock England out of the World Cup.

West Ham want David Beckham to bring the curtain down on his career at the club.

Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas will get big-money backing in the January transfer window - despite already facing a major test of his management.

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert insists he does not want to sell Darren Bent in January.

Mark Hughes will remain in charge of QPR for Saturday's trip to Manchester United - but will ask Neil Warnock's players to bail him out of trouble.

Everton are ready to sign Barnsley right-back John Stones.

Sporting Lisbon winger Jeffren Suarez is being tracked by Liverpool, claims his agent.

Bristol City want to sign Liverpool defender Danny Wilson on loan.

Ipswich want Southampton goalkeeper Kelvin Davis.

Blackpool boss Michael Appleton is set to make Leicester's Paul Gallagher his first loan signing since taking over.

DAILY EXPRESS

Roberto Di Matteo's decision to start without a striker backfired last night as Chelsea's Champions League future was taken out of their hands with defeat against Juventus in Turin.

Arsene Wenger is aiming to sign Thierry Henry again as he looks to bring proven match-winners into his Arsenal squad.

Harry Redknapp has been made the number one target to take over as Ukraine manager after Andriy Shevchenko turned down the chance.

Stewart Downing's hopes of a loan move could be dashed due to his £80,000-a-week wages.

Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert says he will not sell Darren Bent to raise transfer funds.

DAILY STAR

Carlos Tevez has told Cristiano Ronaldo he will never be as good as Lionel Messi.

Andre Villas-Boas will be given up to £20million to revive Tottenham's Champions League hopes in January. CSKA Moscow's Alan Dzagoev and Roma's Miralem Pjanic are among the names being considered.

THE TELEGRAPH

Chelsea are considering turning to either Avram Grant or Rafael Benitez as their temporary manager should Roman Abramovich decide to sack Roberto Di Matteo.

THE TIMES

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has been in direct contact with Rafael Benitez to assess the Spaniard's interest in becoming the club's manager until the end of the season should Roberto Di Matteo be dispensed with in the coming days.