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 close to a £23.8m deal for Seville's Alvaro Negredo to replace Carlos Tevez.
Liverpool are continuing their attempts to sign Henrikh Mkhitaryan despite Shakhtar Donetsk demanding 30 million euros.
Galatasaray say they are in talks with Chelsea over John Obi Mikel.
PSG coach Laurent Blanc has confirmed his interest in Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye.
Huddersfield have signed Norwich striker James Vaughan for an undisclosed fee.
Aston Villa's inquiry for Japan midfielder Hiroshi Kiyotake has been rejected by Nuremberg.
West Brom are interested in Lille forward Salomon Kalou.
Manchester United will not pander to Wayne Rooney's demands and he is on trial for his Old Trafford future.
Luis Suarez was last night linked with a sensational move to Arsenal.
Mathieu Debuchy has no intention of quitting Newcastle.
Vito Mannone has made his £2m switch from Arsenal to Sunderland.
Roberto Martinez has underlined his desire to keep Leighton Baines at Everton.
Harry Redknapp reckons Joey Barton wants a pay-off to quit QPR.
Aston Villa's Paul Lambert has been told he is wasting his time trying to sign £10m-rated Nuremberg star Hiroshi Kiyotake.
Gareth Bale looks likely to stay at Spurs this season after Real Madrid conceded defeat in the battle to sign him.
Tore Andre Flo has returned to Chelsea as an academy coach.
Crystal Palace have signed Peterborough striker Dwight Gayle for a club record £6m.
Roque Santa Cruz could yet be heading for Stoke after his wife vetoed a switch to Hamburg.
Arsenal's Ryo Miyaichi is off back on loan to Feyenoord.
Swansea chairman Huw Jones has rapped Blackpool's £8m valuation of Tom Ince.
Leeds have turned down a £3m bid for Sam Byram from Crystal Palace.
Sunderland must up their £5m bid to prise Jozy Altidore from AZ Alkmaar.
Wayne Rooney will have to submit a written transfer request if he wants to leave Manchester United.
Joey Barton wants a staggering £3m to leave QPR.
Roberto Martinez has increased the pressure on Leighton Baines to stay at Goodison Park by calling him an 'Everton icon'.
Bolton have signed Leicester striker Jermaine Beckford for £1m.
Shay Given has joined Darren Bent on the sidelines at Aston Villa and appears to form no part of the club's plans.
PR are set to revive their interest in Scott Parker and Peter Crouch.
England will crash out of the world's top 10 teams today.
Yohan Cabaye is a prime target for PSG.
Paul Lambert has banned Darren Bent from training with Aston Villa's first-team squad.
Gareth Bale is set to sign a new Tottenham deal after Real Madrid admitted defeat in their attempt to sign him.
Liverpool target Henrikh Mkhitaryan is ready to break his contract to force a £20m move to Anfield.
Chelsea are lining up a £10m raid for Roma playmaker Daniele de Rossi.
Hull boss Steve Bruce wants to be reunited with Wilson Palacios.
Liverpool outcast Jay Spearing is wanted by Blackburn.
Cristiano Ronaldo has opened the door for a return to Manchester United, claiming the club "is still in my heart".
Wayne Rooney's Manchester United future is still hanging in the balance.
Real Madrid have thrown in the towel on landing Gareth Bale.
Manchester City are close to signing Spanish striker Alvaro Negredo.
Cristiano Ronaldo has again played guessing games over his future after admitting he misses English football.
Roberto Martinez has warned Manchester United he will never sell Leighton Baines.
Arsenal's prospective £22m deal to sign Gonzalo Higuain has moved a step forward as he has permission to speak to Arsene Wenger.
Chelsea are expected to return with a fresh bid for Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy.
Wayne Rooney has reached a stand-off with Manchester United that could see him quit Old Trafford.
Gareth Barry will have to take a big wage cut to stay at Manchester City.
Aston Villa are interested in Nurnberg's Hiroshi Kiyotake.
Millwall are to sign winger Lee Martin from Ipswich.
Paulinho wants to be Tottenham's version of Frank Lampard.