Chelsea eye Porto midfielder Neves

Every day we’ll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around try to splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they are always entertaining…

Jose Mourinho looks set to make sweeping changes to his Chelsea squad in a bid to bring their season to life.

Liverpool are prepared to leave Christian Benteke out of their squad to face Bordeaux on Thursday as they do not want to risk him ahead of the weekend clash with Norwich.

Swansea hero Void Mitchu is contemplating retirement as the summer saga over his future extends into the autumn.

Mauricio Pochettino has called on Erik Lamela to deliver on his early promise as the new Maradona or Messi in a “crucial season” for Tottenham.

Roy Hodgson is carrying out regular checks on Jordan Henderson amid fears of an injury to his heel.

Former Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is seeking legal advice after accusing former teammate El Hadji Diouf of racism.

Ashley Young claims he can play as an emergency striker for Manchester United.

19-year-old Liverpool winger Jordan Ibe has told Nigeria he only wants to play for England.

Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat has admitted he has no clue about his deadline day signing of DeAndre Yedlin.

Gary Neville has called on Premier League clubs to make at least 50 per cent of their starting line-ups English.

Rafael Benitez has denied he didn’t like Steven Gerrard during his time in charge at Liverpool.

Chelsea are targeting a January move for Valencia defender Jose Luis Gaya but will face stiff competition from Manchester City and Real Madrid.

Steven Gerrard has urged angry Liverpool fans to remain calm despite mounting pressure on boss Brendan Rodgers.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he is desperate to win the Champions League.

Wenger is also adamant that Jack Wilshere’s career is not under threat despite his latest injury setback.

Stoke boss Mark Hughes has been assured there is no panic in the boardroom despite his side’s early season slump.

Manchester United have joined Chelsea and Manchester City in the race to sign Wolves prodigy Niall Ennis.

Chelsea are interested in signing highly rated Porto midfielder Ruben Neves in January.

Jose Mourinho has dropped four of his star players to struggle in tonight’s Champions League opener against Maccabi Tel Aviv.

West Ham boss David Sullivan has revealed his club is expected to make losses of up to £17 million ($26.2m) this year – before they move into their new home at the Olympic Stadium.

Arsenal midfielder Santi Cazorla says he has never considered leaving the club in the summer.

Jose Mourinho will be axed for Wednesday’s Champions League clash with Maccabi Tel Aviv after Chelsea’s poor start to the season.

Bournemouth are discussing a deal for former Inter Milan midfielder Alessandro Cannataro, 20, with Leicester also interested.

Rio Ferdinand believes former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson made a mistake in letting go of Paul Pogba as the Juventus midfielder could be a future Ballon d’Or winner.

Wales star Gareth Bale was forced off after only 28 minutes in Real Madrid’s Champions League tie with Shakhtar Donetsk with a suspected calf injury.

Chelsea’s plans to rebuild Stamford Bridge and build a new 60,000 stadium have been promoted by Hammersmith and Fulham councils who claim the idea is ‘generally acceptable’.

Tottenham have failed in their high-profile bid to involve Sports Minister Tracey Crouch in their attempts to relocate to Wembley Stadium for the 2017-18 season.

Fresh from his impressive game-winning brace for West Ham United against Newcastle on Monday night, Dimitri Payet has taken a dig at French national team boss Didier Deschamps.

Spanish World Cup winner Xavi says Louis van Gaal humiliated him when the Dutchman managed Barcelona.

Jose Mourinho will introduce changes to round out his kind Chelsea team alongside captain John Terry, strikers Diego Costa, Branislav Ivanovic and Nemanja Matic.

Manchester United’s failure to reach the Champions League last season cost them £35m ($54m).

Real Madrid manager Rafa Benitez has claimed his criticism of Steven Gerrard is just an attempt to sell more books.

West Ham United co-owner David Sullivan is set to see the club post losses of up to £17m ($26.2m) in his final season at Upton Park.

Barcelona’s president, Josep Maria Bartomeu, must provide a written response to allegations of tax fraud allegedly committed at Neymar’s signing in 2013 after the public prosecutor decided he had a case to answer.

In his new autobiography, Rafa Benitez has responded to Steven Gerrard’s revelation that the Spaniard never liked his former captain by misquoting him.

Damien Comolli has blamed Liverpool’s poor start to the season on ‘too many summer signings’ and ‘massive gambling’ in the transfer market.

Jose Mourinho has retained his backing of Roman Abramovich despite presiding over Chelsea’s worst start since 1988 as the manager prepares to make a number of changes to start their Champions League campaign.

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