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 Rickie Lambert is desperate for an £8million move to West Ham.

Aston Villa are keen to snap up Belgium star Steven Defour from Porto.

Crystal Palace want to boost their survival bid by signing Blackburn's Scott Dann.

Tottenham goalkeeper Jordan Archer is wanted on loan by Colchester and Leyton Orient.

Arsene Wenger last night defended Theo Walcott for taunting the Tottenham supporters after he was pelted with coins.

Manchester United boss David Moyes admits that his FA Cup record is "not good enough".

Manchester United have been offered another chance to sign Real Madrid defender Fabio Coentrao.

Luis Suarez has a £70million escape clause in his Liverpool contract.

Gary Cahill is set to be offered a new contract by Chelsea.

Galatasaray are putting together a £10million deal in a bid to lure John Terry to Turkey.

Arsenal and Newcastle are being linked with January moves for Reading goalkeeper Alex McCarthy.

A group of leading agents have complained about the conduct of a Premier League manager.

Chelsea rookie Kenneth Omeruo is lined up for a loan move to Middlesbrough.

Kevin Phillips has held talks with Championship leaders Leicester.

Newcastle are on alert as Montpellier refuse to deny star man Remy Cabella could leave this month.

West Ham will offer England striker Rickie Lambert a staggering £65,000-a-week contract to tempt him away from Southampton

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is going back to Manchester United with a bid to sign England winger Wilfried Zaha.

Stoke boss Mark Hughes is closing in on a £5million deal for AZ Alkmaar striker Aron Johannsson.

PR and Norwich City are both interested in signing Newcastle winger Jonas Gutierrez.

Derby chief executive Sam Rush has reassured worried fans that star midfielder Will Hughes is going nowhere

Tottenham sporting director Franco Baldini has been checking out Juventus strikers Mirko Vucinic and Fabio Quagliarella as they look to replace Jermain Defoe.

Aston Villa have stepped up their bid to sign Belgium international Steven Defour.

David Moyes has admitted that Manchester United will sit out this month's transfer window - angering fans who have seen the champions slip tamely from the title picture.

Southampton are ready to trade Luke Shaw for Chelsea's Ryan Bertrand this summer

Stoke are chasing USA striker Aron Johannsson as a potential replacement for Peter Crouch.

Chelsea are considering a move for Nantes centre-half Papy Djilobodji.

Mario Balotelli is after a return to the Premier League - and the madcap striker wants to join Chelsea.

Xabi Alonso has been offered to Manchester's big two - United and City.

David Moyes has confirmed he tried to sign Italy's Daniele De Rossi in the last transfer window.

Spurs fans bombarded Theo Walcott with missiles after he taunted them with a 2-0 gesture when being carried off on a stretcher.

Arsene Wenger defended Theo Walcott last night over controversial scenes when the Arsenal striker was showered with coins thrown by Spurs supporters.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer got off to a winning start as Cardiff manager at Newcastle - and put it down to being a super-sub at Manchester United.

Chelsea are ready to pounce with a £30million bid for Wayne Rooney if the Manchester United forward's proposed new contract talks hit the buffers.

Rafa Benitez's Napoli have not made a bid for Chelsea's Juan Mata and do not believe they can prise him away from Stamford Bridge this month.

Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis issued a plea to the nation last night to save the FA Cup before it is too late.

Arsene Wenger has defended Theo Walcott after the England striker made a gesture to Tottenham fans as they threw coins at him while he lay on a stretcher.

Juan Mata's frustration at working under Jose Mourinho has reached the point where the Chelsea forward has turned to Rafa Benitez to help provide a way out of Stamford Bridge.

Tottenham Hotspur face potential action from the Football Association after a bad-tempered north London derby in which their supporters aimed coins and bottles at Theo Walcott and ambulance staff as the injured Arsenal striker left the pitch on a stretcher.

Arsene Wenger has accepted that the Football Association may charge Theo Walcott after the forward gestured the winning 2-0 scoreline to Spurs fans as he was taken off on a stretcher past them during Arsenal's FA Cup third round win against their north London rivals.

Paul Lambert was "gutted" to see Aston Villa dumped out of the FA Cup by League One's Sheffield United and refused to accept that his pre-match comments about the competition had contributed to a dismal performance.

Jose Mourinho has criticised the current trend for appointing foreign managers in the Premier League and called for British coaches to be given more opportunities.

Arsenal secured north London bragging rights and a place in the FA Cup fourth round with an ultimately comfortable victory over Tottenham yesterday evening, but it was not without cost.