Here is a roundup of todays transfer rumors, Gossip and speculation from all todays papers….
Paul Clement and Tim Sherwood are set to battle it out for the QPR managerial vacancy.
Stevan Jovetic is set for a move away from Manchester City after being axed from their Champions League squad to make room for Wilfried Bony.
Jack Wilshere is set for a new smoking storm after being pictured holding a shisha pipe in a London nightclub.
Steffen Freund is planning to quit his role as Tottenham’s international technical coordinator this summer.
Ander Herrera is reportedly “bemused” by his lack of playing time under LVG – having only started once since December 2.
Burnley sent a begging email to agents a day before the January window shut in a desperate bid to sign new players.
Harry Redknapp has been invited to join a consortium planning to buy a south coast club – the group has been looking at League Two side Plymouth and Conference outfit Torquay United among others.
Jose Mourinho is set to be quizzed by the Football Association over why he failed to speak with the media before and after the draw with Manchester City on Saturday.
Watford are expected to go back in for Leicester City’s Liam Moore when the loan window opens next week.
Emmanuel Adebayor turned down a one million pound per month deal to leave Spurs for Qatar last month.
James McCarthy will miss the Merseyside derby and Everton boss Roberto Martinez might not have the midfielder back for at least another fortnight as his knee troubles continue.
Tony Fernandes refused to back Harry Redknapp in a deadline day move for Ghana striker Andre Ayew, who currently plays in France for Marseille.
Glenn Hoddle left QPR after realising he wouldn’t be considered for the manager’s job.
Blackpool and Coventry are after 17-year old striker Adam Armstrong from Newcastle.
Mauro Zarate has been subjected to a boot-camp style training regime to get him in shape for the relegation fight at QPR.
Birmingham have put an £8m price tag on young winger Demarai Gray.
Chelsea fear they will be without Cesc Fabregas for another two games due to a hamstring injury.
Derby boss Steve McClaren is the third man on the QPR wanted list to replace Harry Redknapp.
Wales striker Robert Earnshaw is on trial with MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps.
Tim Sherwood leads a public three-horse race to become the next QPR manager after owner Tony Fernandes revealed he has a trio of targets in mind to replace Harry Redknapp.