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...
Theo Walcott last night suffered World Cup heartbreak when a knee injury ruled him out of action for at least six months.
David Moyes has around £100million to salvage Manchester United's season, but has been told not to spend it on "quick fixes''.
Juan Mata will hold showdown talks about his Chelsea future this week with Atletico Madrid ready to pounce.
Harry Redknapp is the bookies' favorite to succeed Sam Allardyce - even though West Ham's owners have publicly backed their under-fire boss.
Hull face opposition from Newcastle and Stoke in the race to sign West Bromwich Albion striker Shane Long.
Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis is plotting an ambitious loan bid for Chelsea striker Demba Ba.
Liverpool may be thwarted in their attempts to sign Chelsea's out-of-favor Ryan Bertrand in January.
Liverpool's pursuit of Barcelona forward Cristian Tello and Basel winger Mohamed Salah may be postponed until the summer.
New Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is being kept waiting on the planned loan signing of Manchester United's Wilfried Zaha - until the champions know the extent of his fellow winger Nani's hamstring injury.
Thomas Ince is prepared to snub Swansea to see out his contract at Blackpool.
PR boss Harry Redknapp is hoping he can pinch Carlton Cole - by offering him a longer contract than the rest-of-the-season deal West Ham are expected to table.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is moving in on his first signings for Cardiff - midfielders Magnus Wolff Eikrem (now of Heerenveen) and Mats Moller Daehli, who both played for him at Norweigan side Molde.
Fulham defender Dan Burn will hold talks with boss Rene Meulensteen to see whether he will return to Birmingham for another loan spell.
PR defender Oguchi Onyewu is poised to leave Loftus Road when his contract expires later this month.
England and Arsenal were in shock last night after Theo Walcott was ruled out for the rest of the season and the World Cup with a cruciate ligament injury.
Manchester United will back David Moyes with a mammoth £200million to rebuild his beleaguered team.
Manchester United have called a meeting of their European scouts this week at Carrington.
Around 16 of Manchester United's European scouts are due to deliver their reports on potential targets as manager David Moyes goes over the standard required.
David Moyes has sent a scouting party to watch Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa, and Atheltic Bilbao's Ander Herrera, who Manchester United missed out on in the summer
Newcastle will hold talks with Montpellier on Tuesday over a potential deal for Remy Cabella.
Fiorentina are watching developments with Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic.
Crystal Palace remain keen on a deal for Everton striker Nikica Jelavic as proposals from West Ham and QPR stall.
Manchester City are finalizing their move for 15-year-old Swedish striker Zacharias Faour.
Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could boost the Norwegian contingency in his playing squad by moving for Magnus Lekven in the next few days.
Blackburn Rovers defender Bradley Orr is poised to make the switch to Canada with Toronto.
Georgios Samaras has been given leave to miss Celtic's winter trip to Turkey as he agonizes over a final decision on his future.
Connor Wickham could trigger a series of transfer moves should Nottingham Forest make a bid for the Sunderland striker.
AC Milan and Bologna have been alerted to the news that Emiliano Viviano is unsettled at Arsenal.
Inter Milan have not given up on Erik Lamela despite Tottenham saying he is not for loan.
Manchester United's owners have told David Moyes: Splash the cash.
David Moyes has yet to win the trust of his Manchester United stars, according to Old Trafford legend Gary Pallister.
Theo Walcott is "gutted'' after a knee injury ruled him out of the World Cup in Brazil.
David Moyes has been handed a £100million-plus war chest to rebuild Manchester United and halt the club's worrying decline.
Harry Redknapp has emerged as the hot favorite to succeed under-fire Sam Allardyce at West Ham.
Inter Milan say they will NOT be selling Fredy Guarin, calling off a host of Premier League clubs who were reportedly interested, including Spurs and Chelsea
Ian Holloway has been named Millwall's new manager - just two and a half months after walking away from Crystal Palace.
Borussia Dortmund have urged Ilkay Gundogan to make his mind up as to whether he wishes to stay at the club or move abroad, with Manchester United and Real Madrid clamouring for his signature.
Theo Walcott has suffered World Cup heartache for the third time after being ruled out of this summer's tournament.
Harry Redknapp has emerged as a shock contender to replace Sam Allardyce as West Ham manager.
Anders Lindegaard insists he won't quit Manchester United despite being left out in the cold at Old Trafford.
David Moyes faces disappointment over the signings of Real Madrid's Fabio Coentrao and Atletico Madrid's Koke despite the Manchester United manager's urgent wish to strengthen this month.
Arsenal and England were last night devastated by the news that Theo Walcott will miss the rest of the season and the World Cup with a ruptured knee ligament.
Manchester United are prepared for the fact that they may not make any signings during January despite their struggles so far this season, with the club refusing to compromise by making stopgap acquisitions.