Saturday April 20
Gareth Bale is a target for incoming Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola.
West Ham have told Liverpool to take a £10million offer for Andy Carroll or risk blowing the deal.
Danny Simpson is fearing the scrap heap - because no clubs want him.
Tottenham are keeping tabs on Newcastle midfielder Sylvain Marveaux.
Seville hope to offer Andrey Arshavin an escape route from Arsenal.
Aldershot owner Kris Machala has secured a new investor for the Hampshire club.
Russell Martin is a £3million target for Aston Villa.
Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed talk of Wayne Rooney being offered a new deal by Manchester United.
Monaco are ready to challenge Manchester City for Edinson Cavani's signature this summer.
Birmingham boss Lee Clark is to spend four days at Barcelona to see what he can learn.
Newcastle youth coach Willie Donachie could join Ally McCoist's backroom team at Rangers.
Sammy Lee is being promoted to director of coaching at Burnley.
Manchester City are ready to make Edinson Cavani the best-paid player in England.
Steve Clarke is set for talks to extend his contract at West Brom.
Sir Alex Ferguson has turned up the heat on Wayne Rooney by praising Shinji Kagawa's development.
John Terry delivered an amazing snub to FA chairman David Bernstein yesterday when he refused to shake his hand.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has dismissed talk of a new contract for Wayne Rooney.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has told Christian Benteke to make sure he's not a one-season wonder and pledge his future to the club.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino reckons the Premier League could be set for a Spanish invasion as English clubs all look to unearth the 'next Michu'.
Arsene Wenger admits sometimes he looks at Per Mertesacker and sees nothing more than a lower league player.
Paolo Di Canio has told Sunderland's relegation battlers that 'days off are for losers'.
Sam Allardyce has told Andy Carroll that his next move could make or break his career.
Harry Redknapp has warned QPR there is no guarantee the club will bounce back immediately if they are relegated from the Premier League.
John Terry, who was stripped of the England captaincy after being accused of racism, showed the extent of his enduring anger towards the Football Association by refusing to shake the hand of chairman David Bernstein in the most public of arenas yesterday.
Sir Alex Ferguson has hinted at Wayne Rooney falling further down the pecking order at Manchester United.
Kick It Out, the campaign that six months ago today was the focus of a protest by leading black footballers over the game's response to high-profile incidents of racism, is planning to launch smart-phone apps next season that allow players and fans to report anonymously abuse in the stands or dressing room.
English football's wounds were reopened yesterday at the worst possible time for the Football Association's chairman, David Bernstein.
Wayne Rooney has already found one route to the Manchester United first team blocked and now the gradual emergence of Shinji Kagawa has created another obstacle for the England striker to navigate.