Sunderland are planning a summer swoop for Wolves striker Steven Fletcher, while Celtic boss Neil Lennon could face a 17-match touchline ban.
Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill is planning a swoop for Wolves striker Steven Fletcher, who is set to move on if the Molineux club are relegated.
Stoke striker Ricardo Fuller is expected to leave the club on a free transfer this summer after growing frustrated at his lack of first-team action. Wigan, plus Championship sides Cardiff and Ipswich, are all interested.
Tottenham plan to move for Swansea boss Brendan Rodgers if the FA come in for Harry Redknapp.
Fabio is set to extend his contract with Manchester United - but could go out on loan at Benfica next season.
England captain Scott Parker has called for referee Martin Atkinson to be punished following his error in Sunday's Spurs v Chelsea FA Cup semi-final.
Striker Andy Carroll has pleaded with Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish to give him more starts so that he can prove his worth.
QPR boss Mark Hughes is planning a £4m move for Wolves keeper Wayne Hennessey.
Reading are lining up a £2m swoop for Sunderland utility man Kieran Richardson.
West Brom boss Roy Hodgson is ready to let Simon Cox, Chris Wood, Gabriel Tamas, Joe Mattock and Gonzalo Jara leave the club in order to raise funds.
Blackpool and Charlton will battle it out for Fleetwood striker Jamie Vardy who is rated at £1m.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew ran the rule over Ajax defender Jan Vertonghen at the weekend, with Spurs and Arsenal also tracking the £10m-rated player.
Blackburn will hold talks with defender Gael Givet this week to determine if he can play for the club again. Givet was withdrawn from Saturday's game at Swansea after being named in the starting line-up with sources close to the player insisting it was because of a row with Steve Kean at the team hotel.
Fabrice Muamba left hospital yesterday just 30 days after his dramatic collapse at White Hart Lane - and his Bolton manager Owen Coyle believes he may even play again.
Spurs midfielder Scott Parker says the club will have "failed" if they don't make fourth in the Premier League after they were beaten in Sunday's FA Cup semi-final against Chelsea.
Roberto Di Matteo has been interviewed by Chelsea technical director Michael Emenalo about becoming the club's new full-time manager.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon could face a 17-match touchline ban following his on-field tantrum at the end of Sunday's Scottish Cup semi-final defeat by Hearts.
The SFA have ruled out the possibility of moving the Scottish FA Cup final between Hibs and Hearts from Hampden Park to Edinburgh.
Aberdeen boss Craig Brown has vowed to wield the axe at the end of the season following Saturday's Scottish Cup semi-final defeat to Hibs.
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