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...
Alex Ferguson insists Jose Mourinho can manage any club in the world - including Manchester United .
Rafa Benitez launched a furious attack on his Chelsea players, claiming they have no leaders, no confidence and no character.
Arsenal are lining up a shock move for Chelsea's Frank Lampard. The 34-year-old midfielder is in the final year of his contract at Stamford Bridge and could leave for free at the end of the season.
Arsene Wenger last night insisted he will never quit Arsenal and expects to be in charge until at least 2014.
Steve Bould branded Arsenal's unperforming flops a big "let-down" in a furious dressing-room inquest.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is back on the trail of Athletic Bilbao midfield dynamo Oscar de Marcos.
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup will make a new £6million move for Bolton midfield ace Mark Davies.
Loan star DJ Campbell sparked a spirited Ipswich comeback - then admitted he does not know if he will be part of Harry Redknapp's QPR revolution.
Ryan Shawcross will snub interest from the Premier League big boys to sign a new deal at Stoke .
Paul Lambert insisted Christian Benteke will stay and reach his full potential at Aston Villa .
Roman Abramovich is considering a shock move that would see Avram Grant return to Chelsea as an adviser.
Harry Redknapp is considering handing Les Ferdinand and Clive Allen places on the QPR backroom team.
Tottenham star Gareth Bale would like to play abroad in the future.
Alan Pardew believes he has the backing of the Newcastle board as he attempts to avoid becoming the first Toon boss to suffer five Premier League defeats in a row.
Avram Grant is being considered by Chelsea to take over the reins again at Stamford Bridge - just three games into Rafa Benitez's unpopular spell in charge.
Ryan Shawcross says he will reject interest from Premier League heavyweights to sign a new deal at Stoke.
Sunderland boss Martin O'Neill is under even more pressure after his struggling side lost 2-1 at Norwich.
Former Liverpool assistant boss Mauricio Pellegrino slammed Valencia yesterday after he was sacked as their manager.
Gareth Bale has given the clearest indication yet that he sees his future beyond White Hart Lane, most likely in Spain, after saying the he will "look seriously" at attractive offers from overseas.