Latest Paper Talk
Wednesday October 15
Crystal Palace are ready to move Neil Warnock upstairs - if they can find the right man to replace him.
Rio Ferdinand could face a massive fine after being charged with Twitter abuse by the FA for the second time.
Sunderland are ready to snap up French right-back Anthony Reveillere.
Kit Symons has told Fulham he is prepared to work with a director of football if he becomes boss.
Russ Wilcox has been lined up for a quick return to management at York.
Neil Lennon wants Hull's Stephen Quinn as his first signing at Bolton.
New Leeds boss Darko Milanic is plotting a £1.5million raid for his former Maribor favourite Agim Ibraimi.
Luis Suarez says Liverpool would not have made a title bid last season or booked a Champions League place without him.
Real Madrid were forced to sell Angel di Maria to Manchester United as they could not afford to pay him.
Napoli boss Rafa Benitez is eyeing Manchester City's James Milner and Liverpool defender Glen Johnson.
Stoke striker Peter Crouch reckons he could still do the business for England.
Southampton are facing another raid on their boss after Ronald Koeman was touted for the Holland job.
Chelsea have struck a deal to sign a 13-year-old French keeper who is already over six foot tall.
Ipswich's ace young full-back Tyrone Mings has caught the eye of Everton boss Roberto Martinez.
Roy Hodgson was last night branded a dinosaur for his handling of Raheem Sterling.
Arsenal have stepped up the chase for £17million-rated Samba star Talisca in case Lukas Podolski quits in January.
Luis Suarez still insists he did nothing wrong in his race row with Patrice Evra.
Juventus and Valencia are lining up January bids for Manchester United's out-of-favour midfielder Juan Mata.
Dietmar Hamann believes that the main reason England will not win another World Cup in the near future is that "player power" is too strong in this country.
Yaya Toure is set to be rested for Manchester City's clash with Tottenham on Saturday as Manuel Pellegrini faces a juggling act with his jetlagged stars after the international break.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been handed a boost ahead of his side's trip to Crystal Palace by the return to fitness of Didier Drogba.
Newcastle winger Jonas Gutierrez has run the Buenos Aires Marathon to raise money for a cancer charity back home in Argentina.
West Ham are hoping to hold talks with defender winston Reid over a new contract next week.
Tottenham are sweating on the fitness of Nacer Chadli and Hugh Lloris after the pair picked up injuries while on international duty.
Sean Dyche insists he is not worried about the sack despite Burnley still searching for their first win of the Premier League season.