Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumors, Gossip and speculation from all todays papers…
Manchester City are willing to splash out £50m to land Raheem Sterling this summer after making the Liverpool forward their No 1 target.
Coventry City could be forced into liquidation within a fortnight unless they pay up former boss Steven Pressley.
Dick Advocaat has dropped Sunderland in it by admitting he was lined up as boss long before Gus Poyet was sacked.
Angel Di Maria is determined to live up to the hype of Manchester United’s famous No. 7 shirt.
Liverpool are eyeing a shock summer move for England forward Theo Walcott if he cannot agree a new contract at Arsenal.
Manchester United fear they are losing their battle to keep goalkeeper David de Gea.
Swansea manager Garry Monk has put £12m-rated Anderlecht striker Aleksandar Mitrovic top of his shopping list.
Russell Crowe has refused to rule out bidding for Leeds and said he is desperate to see them back in the Premier League.
Paris Saint-Germain are eager to make Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba their next big-money signing.
Manchester City’s Champions League exit could spark a £150m player exodus.
The future of Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini and top executives at the club will come under serious review at the end of the season.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has promised a significant investment in players this summer.
England manager Roy Hodgson is already on a collision course with Tottenham over striker Harry Kane due to the club’s trip to Australia in May.
Joe Hart admits Manchester City must win the last nine games of the season to get people off their backs.
Dani Alves will snub Manchester United this summer as he looks to extend his contract with Barcelona.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has promised a major summer spending spree after admitting he las left John Carver short of players.
West Brom skipper Darren Fletcher has declared his illness issues are behind him.
Manuel Pellegrini looks likely to continue as Manchester City manager in part due to the lack of suitable candidates to replace him this summer.
Tottenham will target players aged 26 and under this summer.