Jose Mourinho is urging Chelsea to seek a deal for his return - or risk missing out.
Roberto Mancini is ready to break the bank in order to catch Manchester United next season.
Tony Pulis admits he is fighting for his job after his pitiful Potters lost at home to Aston Villa.
DAILY STAR SUNDAY
Roberto Mancini's days as Man City coach will be numbered if his side loses badly in tomorrow's derby at Old Trafford.
Chelsea's chances of reappointing Jose Mourinho are threatened by PSG.
Arsenal could make a shock move for Real Madrid keeper Iker Casillas this summer.
Scott Sinclair is expected to pocket a £2million pay-off if he leaves Man City this summer.
Julio Cesar could quit QPR this summer to sign for Italian giants AC Milan.
Tottenham have added Twente defender Douglas to their list of summer targets.
Arsenal and Liverpool are showing interest in Marseille's Cameroon international defender Nicola N'Koulou.
Sam Allardyce says he will only sign a new contract at West Ham if he is given a transfer budget which enables him to take the club forward.
Roberto Mancini made a secret visit to Abu Dhabi last week... as speculation continues about his future at the Etihad.
Newcastle will have to come up with £17million in cash if they are to take striker Andy Carroll back to Tyneside.
Leeds United want Sam Allardyce to inspire their long-awaited revival.
Leeds old boy Terry Yorath has urged the Elland Road club to make Jamie Carragher their new boss.
Mark Hughes and Martin O'Neil have emerged as leading contenders to take over at Leicester if Nigel Pearson leaves the club.
Paolo Di Canio has a clause in his contract that allows Sunderland owner Ellis Short to sack him if the Black Cats are relegated from the Premier League.
West Ham will have to pay Liverpool £1million if they beat the drop as part of Andy Carroll's loan deal.
THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
Barcelona are preparing to launch a big-money summer move for Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany - as Roberto Mancini declares he needs to go on a major spending spree to close the gap on rivals Manchester United.
Sunderland can axe controversial new boss Paolo Di Canio at the end of the season if their seven-game gamble ends in relegation.
Sir Alex Ferguson has warned Manchester United's rivals that his squad are good enough to dominate the Premier League for another eight years.
Sir Alex Ferguson says his current Manchester United team can dominate the Premier League for years, but believes Chelsea will pose a serious threat next season if they appoint Jose Mourinho as manager.
Sir Alex Ferguson is convinced that the current crop of young Manchester United players can become the dominant Premier League force in the coming seasons and has warned his rivals that the Old Trafford club are "not going away".
Paolo Di Canio has wasted no time in stamping his authority on the Sunderland players by imposing a new hardline regime that includes fewer days off and fines for drinking alcohol.