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...
Chelsea are ready to launch a £40m bid for Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann.
Manchester United's Phil Jones has revealed the 'frightening' experience of being told he had a blood clot.
David Ginola believes Cristiano Ronaldo and Jose Mourinho could both move to Paris Saint Germain next year.
Paris Saint Germain star David Luiz says he does not want to return to his club following the terror attacks that shook the French capital.
Juventus are planning a raid on the Premier League and are targeting moves for Chelsea playmaker Oscar and Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri.
France forward Antoine Griezmann has revealed his sister successfully fled the Bataclan theatre devastated during the co-ordinated terror attacks.
Newcastle United will go head to head with Tottenham over West Brom rebel Saido Berahino when the January transfer window opens.
Tottenham are considering a £7m move for Dynamo Kiev defender Domagoj Vida.
Emmanuel Adebayor's next move is likely to be to Aston Villa.
England coach Gary Neville believes Wales' Gareth Bale would be the answer to Manchester United's attacking problems.
Chelsea striker Diego Costa, 27, could be sold in January - and the club is in the market for two new strikers.
Manchester United are ready to rescue Arjen Robben from Bayern Munich as they step up their winger hunt.
Chelsea's Eden Hazard is a transfer target for Roberto Mancini at Inter Milan.
Tim Sherwood has rejected a return to Blackburn Rovers to leave Paul Lambert the favourite to take over at Ewood Park.
Newcastle are ready to make a January bid to sign £20m-rated West Brom striker Saido Berahino.
Manchester United are hot on the trail of Germany's new rising star Leroy Sane - Schalke's pacy young winger.
Chelsea are ready to get rid of Radamel Falcao and send him home early.
Neil Warnock could spark a west London war after eyeing up the Fulham job.
England fans have been urged to join the French in singing La Marseillaise as a sign of solidarity at Wembley on Tuesday night.