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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...
Rio Ferdinand is a target for seven clubs from around the world.
QPR's £9m flop Esteban Granero has been thrown a lifeline by Real Betis .
Jason Koumas is set to return to Tranmere after two years out of the game.
Mark Schwarzer is no closer to signing a new contract at Fulham .
Rene Meulensteen will have showdown talks over his Manchester United future following Sir Alex Ferguson's decision to retire
Arsenal are ready to put to the test Manchester United's claim Wayne Rooney is not for sale.
David Moyes has told Bill Kenwright - give my job to Phil Neville.
Manchester City are closing in on a deal to sign Malaga and Spain winger Isco.
Liverpool have tried to steal a march on the Manchester clubs by making a move for Lille left-back Lucas Digne.
Dean Whitehead wants a new contract at Stoke .
Steve Clarke is facing a summer battle to keep Claudio Yacob at West Brom .
Roberto Mancini turned on his Manchester City bosses for failing to back him after Wigan pulled off a stunning FA Cup final upset .
Wayne Rooney believes he is being forced out of Manchester United after details of a training ground summit were leaked.
Roberto Di Matteo will be a leading candidate to take over at Fulham if Martin Jol leaves in the simmer.
Paris Saint-Germain have offered David Beckham the chance to extend his stay in the French capital.
Rafa Benitez has revealed he'd like to stay in the Premier League next season.
David Moyes has recommended Malky Mackay and Roberto Martinez as potential successors to him at Goodison Park.
Moyes is hoping to persuade Jimmy Lumsden to perform a U-turn on his decision to retire and join him at Old Trafford.
Tottenham are making a £10million move for FA cup final star James McCarthy part of their summer spending spree.
Bolton boss Dougie Freedman could sell Matt Mills to fund a move for West Brom's Craig Dawson.
Liverpool have held talks over signing young French defender Lucas Digne.
Hull want Burnley goal machine Charlie Austin to fire them to Premier League safety.
Birmingham are out to beat Burnley to the signing of Motherwell goalkeeper Darren Randolph.
QPR are ready to sign Southampton right-back Frazer Richardson.
Newcastle have made their move for Loic Remy - even though the French international snubbed them in January.
Sheffield United want talks this week with Motherwell manager Stuart McCall.
Wigan striker Arouna Kone can leave the club - if someone activates his £6.5million release clause.
Sir Alex Ferguson is set to sign off his career with one final triumph - picking up the LMA Manager Of The Year award.
Newcastle face a battle to keep hold of their stars with AC Milan chasing Tim Krul, Spurs and Liverpool monitoring Ben Arfa and Arsenal targeting Yohan Cabaye.
Jose Mourinho has lined up German midfielder Sami Kheidra to follow him to Chelsea .
Tottenham have made Christian Benteke their number one summer target.
Reading winger Garath McCleary is expecting a summer exodus following relegation.
New Manchester United boss David Moyes is facing his first big clash - dealing with wantaway Wayne Rooney.
Martin Jol last night declined to rule out the prospect of succeeding David Moyes at Everton.
Chris Kirkland is snubbing interest from Premier League-bound Hull to stay with Sheffield Wednesday.
David Beckham is weighing up a second season with Paris St Germain.
Mladen Petric wants to quit Fulham this summer and head back to Germany.
Marc Bircham is a surprise candidate to replace Kenny Jackett at Millwall.
Roberto Mancini missed out on lifting the FA Cup yesterday and now faces being sacked in the next two weeks.
Fulham are set to beat Newcastle to the £2million signing of midfielder William Vainqueur from Standard Liege.
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Roberto Mancini's Manchester City future appears uncertain after losing the FA Cup final and then questioning why the club hasn't responded to reports that Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini has been lined up to replace him.
As Mancini was questioned on Saturday after losing to Wigan about the apparent Pellegrini approach, City's media officer interjected to say ''...
Roberto Mancini was the king of Manchester, England, less than a year ago, but he will be shamed and run out of town in the coming days.
Mancini will be fired from his job as Manchester City’s manager this week after failing to build on last season’s success. Malaga manager Manuel Pellegrini is the overwhelming favorite to replace Mancini on the City bench, according to the...
Manchester City fired manager Roberto Mancini on Monday, exactly a year after he delivered the club's first English league title in 44 years.
The Italian has paid the price for Man City's failure to build on its position of strength. The club set to end the season without a trophy after losing the FA Cup final and exiting the group stage of the Champions League for the second...
Manchester City are refusing to comment on Roberto Mancini's future, despite mounting speculation he is set for the sack.
Mancini remains in charge of City for the time being, Sky sources understand, and has stayed in London with his squad to prepare for Tuesday's Premier League game at Reading.
Uncertainty over Mancini's future had grown even before Saturday's...
Manchester City fired manager Roberto Mancini on Monday exactly a year after he delivered the club's first English league title in 44 years.
The Italian has paid the price for Man City's failure to build on its position of strength, with the club set to end the season without a trophy after losing the FA Cup final and exiting the group stage of the Champions League for the...
Roberto Mancini leads Manchester City into another FA Cup final today with speculation once again surrounding his future.
Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini is again being linked with Mancini's position even though the Italian could win a third major trophy in three seasons with victory over Wigan at Wembley.
Mancini has been the subject of scrutiny throughout a generally disappointing...
After ending Manchester City's long wait for silverware and tipping English football's balance of power to the blue half of the city, Roberto Mancini established the perfect platform to dominate the Premier League - and perhaps Europe - for years to come.
The Italian had wealth beyond his rivals to draw on and a collection of the best players in the world at his disposal...
Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini has denied speculation he has already agreed to replace Roberto Mancini as Manchester City manager.
Reports over the weekend claimed that City are ready to part with Mancini, although the club have yet to comment on the rumours.
Pellegrini has been lined up to replace Mancini and reports in Spain had suggested the Chilean has already accepted an offer...
Manchester City are reportedly set to sack manager Roberto Mancini later this week in the wake of Saturday's FA Cup final defeat.
The Blues have not commented about the stories, however the Italian has been under increasing pressure over the past couple of weeks amid apparent City interest in outgoing Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini.
Mancini was critical of the club's handling...
Manchester City Supporters Club spokesman Kevin Parker says Roberto Mancini's sacking is his "lowest point" in 40 years as a fan.
The Italian's departure was confirmed late on Monday evening a year to the day since he delivered City's first league title in 44 years.
The previous year had seen the club end a 35-year trophy drought with victory in the FA Cup...
The writing, as they say, was on the wall. Not to mention on Roberto Mancini's face, as the fiery Italian manager could scarcely muster any emotion during his final games along the sidelines as Manchester City manager. Other than bemusement at his bad fortune, or so it seemed.
And thus on Monday, a year to the day after City's miraculous last-shot-in-the-last-second capture...
Not that this is a surprise or anything, it was just time for the other shoe to fall...
A year to the day that this happened...
And only a few days after this happened...
Roberto Mancini is officially out at ManCity...
After winning the Premier League title for the first time in 44 years last season, expectations to repeat and compete...
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has criticised the club for not acting to stamp on speculation surrounding his future.
City have pointedly not rejected claims that have emerged from Spain that Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini will replace Mancini in the summer.
With a distant second-place finish in the Barclays Premier League to Manchester United and yet another group-stage...
Stoke City and Sunderland are battling for Croatian international left-back Ivan Strinic, according to his agent.
The 25-year-old is currently with Ukrainian outfit Dnipro - but is being tipped to leave this summer.
Italian champions Juventus are being strongly linked, but the player's agent admits that at the moment it is Stoke and Sunderland leading the race.