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...
Jurgen Klopp has penned a three-year deal to become Liverpool's new manager.
Brendan Rodgers' troubled relationship with head of technical performance Michael Edwards contributed to his sacking at Liverpool.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will publish his first book next week, and faces a number of awkward interviews.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been in charge for more days than all other Premier League managers combined.
David de Gea and Santi Cazorla are in line to play for Spain against Luxembourg and Ukraine, but Sergio Ramos could miss out with a knock.
Jurgen Klopp will be announced as Liverpool's new manager on Friday, with the deal already agreed.
Jose Mourinho would stand to get a £30million ($46m) payout from Chelsea if they perform a U-turn and decide to sack him.
Former USA head coach Bob Bradley, who is currently in charge of Stabaek in Norway's top division, has emerged as a shock contender for the Sunderland manager's job.
David Beckham believes Wayne Rooney can deliver success for England at Euro 2016.
Wayne Rooney is unlikely to play for England against Lithuania because of an ongoing injury.
Samir Nasri insists he is happy at Manchester City and wants to fight for his place.
Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero insists he is happy to be David de Gea's number two.
Gareth Bale believes Ashley Williams deserved the Wales Player of the Year award more than him.