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...
World-record signing Gareth Bale could make his Real Madrid debut at left-back as the Spanish side struggle with injuries ahead of Saturday's game at Villarreal.
Arsenal's record signing Mesut Ozil has angrily accused Real Madrid of showing him a lack of respect.
Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas has told striker Emmanuel Adebayor to train with the reserves when he returns from compassionate leave after the death of his brother in his native Togo.
Juventus are poised to offer former Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba a new deal after summer interest from Arsenal.
Wolves are set to offload £7m defender Roger Johnson to Sheffield Wednesday on a three-month loan deal.
Bolton are set to swoop for West Brom and England U21 striker Saido Berahino.
Samuel Eto'o has revealed he used to hate Jose Mourinho and once vowed never to play for him.
Arsenal new boy Mesut Ozil has hit out at Real Madrid and their 'dirty tricks' campaign.
Gareth Bale says Cristano Ronaldo has made him feel welcome at Real Madrid.
Paolo Di Canio insists he will continue to blast his Sunderland players in public if he feels they're not performing well.
Alan Shearer, Andy Cole and Rob Lee have all fired an attack on the Newcastle regime of Mike Ashley.
New Arsenal signing Mesut Ozil has angrily dismissed claims he is a playboy and womaniser.
Striker Emmanuel Adebayor has been sent into exile at Tottenham.
Derby boss Nigel Clough wants to sign forward Stephen Hunt after his move to Blackpool fell through.
Hull City will open talks with Sone Aluko next week about extending his contract with the Tigers.
Hull City boss Steve Bruce still wants to sign West Bromwich striker Shane Long despite a proposed move falling through on deadline day.
Arsene Wenger has said his future as Arsenal manager will be determined by the success or failure of a new team built around club record signing Mesut Ozil.
Emmanuel Adebyaor will be forced to train with Tottenham's development squad as manager Andre Villas-Boas admitted the £100,000-a-week striker may never play for Spurs again.
Monaco have been linked with a move for Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris - if they miss out on Marseille stopper Steve Mandanda.
Mesut Ozil has launched a fierce defence of his professionalism after claims from Madrid that he was more interested in a romance with a model than football.
Former Newcastle midfielder Rob Lee believes players do not want to join the club under the current regime.
Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway is set to axe two of his transfer-window signings - Florian Marange and Owen Garvan - before either have kicked a ball in the Premier League.
Mesut Ozil admits he joined Arsenal because of the respect shown by manager Arsene Wenger.
Greg Dyke, the FA chairman, emerged from this afternoon's meeting with the Premier League clubs confident that all parties can work together to address England's problems.
Arsene Wenger's decision on whether to extend his contract beyond this summer could depend on Mesut Ozil's ability to transform Arsenal into a genuine force at home and abroad.
On a day when England fell to their lowest position in the Fifa rankings since February 2001, Greg Dyke received assurances that the Premier League clubs would support his quest to address long-term challenges facing the national team.
Premier League clubs have agreed to work with a commission set up by the Football Association to improve the development of players available to England.
How curious that one of Mesut Ozil's first acts as an Arsenal player, finally unveiled 10 days after his all-important signature confirmed one of the most audacious incoming transfers to the Premier League, was to defend himself.
Arsene Wenger has admitted that his future at Arsenal will be determined by the success of the new team he will build around Mesut Ozil.
The Premier League has taken its first steps to help produce better England players following Football Association chairman Greg Dyke's appeal last week by making its Under-21 league more competitive with promotion and relegation.