Arsenal are to offer manager Arsene Wenger a new contract.
QPR defender Anton Ferdinand is set to deliver a double handshake snub to Chelsea on Saturday.
David Bentley is moving to Russia to escape the "stigma" he believes ruined his Tottenham career.
Every Premier League player is to hold talks with the PFA on player behaviour.
Newcastle have started a Twitter row with a fanzine editor who claimed Alan Pardew faced "unrest" among his players due to a lack of summer signings.
Cristiano Ronaldo has pledged his future to Real Madrid before facing Manchester City in the Champions League next week.
Juventus want to sign Nani and Theo Walcott on the cheap in January.
Montenegro striker Jovan Vucinic is on Manchester City's wish list.
West Ham boss Sam Allardyce is looking at Belgian free agent Anthony Vanden Borre.
Tottenham target Joao Moutinho has hinted he could be ready to quit Porto in January after admitting he wants to work with Andre Villas-Boas again.
QPR striker Rob Hulse is a loan target for former club Crewe.
Sir Alex Ferguson has flown into a mounting injury crisis at Manchester United.
Manchester United and Liverpool supporters have been urged to stop singing songs mocking the tragedies that have afflicted both clubs following yesterday's dramatic revelations about the death of 96 fans at Hillsborough.
Andy Carroll is in line for a shock return next week after stunning West Ham's medical staff with his response to treatment on his injured hamstring.
QPR defender Anton Ferdinand will refuse to shake hands with Ashley Cole as well as John Terry before Saturday's game against Chelsea at Loftus Road.
England manager Roy Hodgson believes his team cannot flourish without Wayne Rooney and is working on a plan to ensure the striker hits the heights again for his country.
Swansea are to hand Neil Taylor a four-year deal - despite being sidelined for the rest of the season.
Robbie Brady will seek another loan move from Manchester United to make sure his international career continues to blossom.
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