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...
Atletico Madrid want to sign Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez in January if they sell Colombia forward Falcao - possibly to Manchester City or Chelsea .
Rio Ferdinand could be axed for Manchester United's crunch Champions League tie on Tuesday by Sir Alex Ferguson as punishment for not wearing a Kick It Out t-shirt on Saturday.
Emmanuel Adebayor is ready to quit Tottenham just two months after arriving on a permanent deal from Manchester City for £5m.
QPR manager Mark Hughes claims racism will never be completely kicked out of football.
Viv Anderson claims Rio Ferdinand was wrong to go against Alex Ferguson.
Andre Santos insists he wants to stay at Arsenal for a 'long time'.
Blackburn are targeting Billy McKinlay as their new boss after failing to land Tim Sherwood.
Bolton have made an official approach for Crystal Palace boss Dougie Freedman.
Manchester City defender Wayne Bridge wants to make his loan to Brighton permanent.
Alan Curbishley is on stand-by for a return to football this week as the new manager of Ipswich.
Reading have given a trial to Indian whizzkid Brandon Fernandes.
Sir Alex Ferguson faces a humiliating climbdown in his t-shirt race row with Rio Ferdinand.
Martin O'Neill yesterday condemned Sunderland fans over a chant hoping Newcastle defender Steven Taylor would die.
Billy McKinlay is the surprise new name linked with Blackburn's managerial vacancy - despite being a good pal of former boss Steve Kean.
Arsenal flop Andre Santos could be off to Turkey in January.
Crisis club Ipswich are trying to lure Alan Curbishley back into football.
Dougie Freedman is set for talks with Bolton about becoming their next boss after shocking his beloved Crystal Palace by asking to meet their Championship rivals.
Northern Ireland midfielder Sammy Clingan is fighting to win a deal at Doncaster.
Frank Lampard is ready to quit Chelsea and join David Beckham in America in January as he seeks regular first-team football.
The PFA last night warned Sir Alex Ferguson: "Don't you dare punish Rio Ferdinand for standing up for his beliefs."
Police were last night investigating a claim of racist abuse allegedly aimed at Newcastle striker Demba Ba during Sunday's North East derby at the Stadium of Light.
Rio Ferdinand and Sir Alex Ferguson had a training ground summit yesterday to thrash out their differences over the Kick It Out controversy.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admits the 10-point gap between his side and leaders Chelsea is a concern.
Ben Foster says goalkeepers are in danger of being seriously hurt after Sheffield Wednesday's Chris Kirkland was attacked on the pitch by a fan.