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...

Southampton striker Dani Osvaldo is a target for Valencia and Atletico Madrid.

Newcastle boss Alan Pardew is set to slap a £20m price tag on goalkeeper Tim Krul, who is reportedly beung tracked by Juventus.

Former Everton ace Tim Cahill expects loan interest from Premier League clubs in January. The New York Red Bulls midfielder is keen to keep up his fitness ahead of the World Cup with a loan switch during the MLS close season.

Swansea are preparing a fresh move for Blackpool winger Tom Ince, the club's chairman has revealed.

Manchester City development manager Patrick Vieira regrets the club's failure to snap up French sensation Paul Pogba last summer.

Crystal Palace officials have refused to confirm reports they have re-opened negotiations with Tony Pulis about becoming their new manager after former Chelsea defender Dan Petrescu effectively ruled himself out of the reckoning.

England coach Gary Neville has revealed his concern about the dwindling number of Englishmen playing in the Premier League, but does believe they can win a major tournament.

Crystal Palace have made Tony Pulis an improved offer as the managerless club edge closer to naming a new boss.

Fans' favourite and former midfielder Geoff Thomas has thrown his hat into the ring as Palace's hunt for a manager continues.

Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins is planning to make another attempt to sign Blackpool winger Tom Ince - but has ruled out a move for Wilfried Zaha.

Michael Carrick has softened the blow of his injury setback by agreeing a new contract extension with Manchester United.

Eden Hazard has told his Chelsea and Belgium team-mate Kevin De Bruyne to leave the Premier League side to ensure he returns to form.

Chelsea are facing a battle to keep Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham target Juan Mata at Stamford Bridge, with PSG set to launch a £40million bid.

Chelsea and Manchester United are set to step up their chase to secure former Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso on a pre-contract agreement.