Every day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around look to splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...
Liverpool are targeting £20m Porto teenager Ruben Neves. Club scouts were in Portugal on Friday night to watch him in action for his country's U21s against Hungary. Chelsea are also interested in the player.
Adam Lallana admits the excitement of 'Kloppmania' has filtered through to the Liverpool players inside the England camp.
Tottenham are tracking Gent winger Moses Simon. Spurs are already monitoring the progress of the club's Belgium forward Laurent Depoitre, who started and scored against Andorra on Saturday and now they are watching Simon, 20, a Nigeria wideman who scored seven times last season to help Gent win the Belgian Pro League.
Former Manchester United winger Andrei Kanchelskis is eyeing a new adventure - as manager of Derry City.
A winners' medal from Manchester United's first league title in 1908 is set to sell for £30,000 at auction. The medal, belonging to goalkeeper Harry Moger, will go under the hammer in London on October 27.
Anthony Martial has claimed he can help fire Manchester United to the Premier League - Champions League double this season.
Chris Coleman is willing to sign a new deal as Wales boss, but wants assurances first.
Fulham will move for Steve Bruce in the next few weeks if boss Kit Symons does not get the club climbing the table.
Jurgen Klopp has put Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang at the top of his January shopping list.
Holland international defender Stefan de Vrij insists he has no intention of leaving Lazio for Manchester United, and believes speculation is purely down to his nationality.
Aaron Ramsey has warned the continent's top nations that Wales's counter-attacking football will pose a major threat at Euro 2016.
Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed he didn't sign David Silva when he was Manchester United manager, because he was concerned the playmaker wouldn't pull his weight defensively.
Jurgen Klopp has said he faces a huge challenge at Liverpool but the club's owners have not set him any targets this season.
The Football Association will save at least £12m a year after refinancing its Wembley debt.