Willian is Tottenham's top target in January, Emmanuel Adebayor is ready to quit White Hart Lane, while Tony Pulis wants to stay at Stoke.
Andre-Villas Boas wants Tottenham to make the signing of Willian from Shakhtar Donetsk their priority during the transfer window.
John Terry will wear an anti-racism armband against Shakhtar Donetsk tomorrow in his first game since deciding not to appeal against his domestic ban for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.
Yossi Benayoun's West Ham future remains uncertain but he is just happy to be playing again at a club where he feels at home.
Lewis Holtby is desperate to play for Schalke against Jack Wilshere but had his life developed differently, he might soon be building a partnership with the midfielder for England.
Andre Santos insists he wants to stay at Arsenal despite reports linking him with a return to Fenerbahce.
Martin Jol hailed "Bairdinho" for giving Fulham's midfield a new identity following the summer departures of Clint Dempsey, Danny Murphy and Mousa Dembele.
Emmanuel Adebayor is ready to quit Tottenham.
Crystal Palace have denied Wanderers permission to rtalk to their manager dougie Freedman over the vacant post at the Reebok Stadium.
Resident dressing room DJ Chris Eagles is hoping Wanderers are finally getting into their groove.
Morten Gamst Pedersen admitted Blackburn "let themselves down" in their second-half collapse at Pride Park.
Burnley could look to appoint a director of football if Eddie Howe's successor is new to senior management after the club narrowed their shortlist down to "three or four candidates".
Chris Baird is refusing to accept he is now a fully paid-up member of the midfield club - admitting that he still feels he is a defender at heart.
QPR go to Arsenal on Saturday searching for a first win of the season - and it helps Adel Taarabt a whole heap the opposition plays the same way he does.
Rio Ferdinand has put his entire Manchester United future in jeopardy with his Kick It Out T-shirt snub.
David Silva has a fighting chance of being fit for Manchester City's crunch clash with Ajax on Wednesday night.
Brendan Rodgers admitted the first home Premier League win of his Liverpool reign had been long overdue, and paid tribute to his players performance in securing it.
Tim Howard hailed the heroic Phil Jagielka performance which helped 10-man Everton rescue a point against QPR and remain in the Premier League's top four.
John O'Shea insists it is time for Sunderland to crank up the pressure in the penalty area after the shot-shy Black Cats got out of jail in the Wear-Tyne derby.
Martin O'Neill has described Sunderland's derby equaliser as 'one of the best moments going'.
Alan Pardew believes it would have been an "injustice" had Sunderland gained anything more than a point out of the 146th Tyne-Wear derby.
Jonas Gutierrez has paid tribute to his battling Newcastle United team-mates despite seeing the Magpies cruelly denied what would have been a deserved victory.
Middlesbrough matchwinner Marvin Emnes is all but irreplaceable, insists Tony Mowbray.
Battle-scarred John O'Shea has challenged Sunderland to start gambling in the final third after salvaging a point in the Wear-Tyne derby.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew insisted after yesterday's derby that he would not be spending the night dreaming of what might have been and cursing his luck at Sunderland's late equaliser.
Southampton will not abandon their attacking principles - no matter how bad results get, says manager Nigel Adkins.
Saints captain Adam Lallana insists Nigel Adkins shouldn't shoulder all the blame for the club's poor start to the season.
Wolves goalkeeper Carl Ikeme is backing Jermaine Pennant to be a Wolves match-winner when he finds his feet.
Stale Solbakken today accused his Wolves side of lacking fight in Saturday's 2-1 defeat at Huddersfield.
Keeper Ben Foster has admitted his error in Albion's heartbreaking defeat to Manchester City - and backed the Baggies to bounce back.
Paul Lambert today insisted there was no need to panic despite Aston Villa's worst start to a Premier League season and a fresh bout of injury worries.
Former Leeds United forward Peter Lorimer has described the attack by a Leeds fan on Sheffield Wednesday goalkeeper Chris Kirkland as "total stupidity" - but insists the general behaviour of their away support is usual exceptional.
Wes Hoolahan can do no more to push his Republic of Ireland claims, according to his club boss Chris Hughton.
Brian McDermott said Reading were unlucky not to get a draw at Anfield, despite coming under siege in the first half.
Jem Karacan will have a scan on his injured knee this week, but hopes he won't be out for longer than a month.
Michel Vorm has called on football to get tougher on racism after Swansea City players did not join in the Kick It Out campaign on Saturday.
Angel Rangel reckons Swansea City's victory over Wigan has helped silence talk of unrest within the squad.
Neil Lennon has warned he will not be afraid to disappoint any of his Celtic players if he does not believe they are 100% fit to face Barcelona.
The steep learning curve which Neil Lennon and his Celtic players have been climbing for the past two years is about to have its trajectory re-aligned - to vertical. But Lennon will tell his players not to be in awe of the superstars in Barcelona's side in Tuesday's Champions League test.
Lee McCulloch has vowed to keep Rangers on top of the Irn-Bru Third Division - and has targeted a first away league win of the season at Clyde.
Barcelona star Andres Iniesta says he cannot see Celtic springing an upset in Tuesday night's Champions League clash at the Nou Camp.
Six Hearts players and manager John McGlynn received their overdue wages first thing this morning, the Evening News can reveal.
Tony Pulis has indicated openly for the first time that he will see out his managerial days at Stoke City.
Paul Lambert reckons Christian Benteke "changes the dynamics" of the Villa team - after offering the striker encouragement following his latest miss.
West Brom keeper Ben Foster has credited Albion coach Dean Kiely for his fine form this season.
Birmingham boss Lee Clark believes Ravel Morrison could be the "next Paul Gascoigne" following his impressive display against Leicester.
Everton have agreed to extend the Hillsborough loan stay of midfield starlet Ross Barkley, Owls boss Dave Jones has confirmed.
Danny Wilson says Sheffield United's unbeaten start to the League One season is built on team spirit and trust.