Jermain Defoe has blasted Andre Villas-Boas for dumping Emmanuel Adebayor.
Fulham have been boosted after learning Bryan Ruiz has escaped serious injury.
Fabio Borini's agent says he should have snubbed a move to Liverpool and stayed at Roma.
Barnsley want to sign Hull striker Matt Fryatt on loan.
Jermain Defoe has slammed boss Andre Villas-Boas for his treatment of Emmanuel Adebayor.
Simon Mignolet says Liverpool new boys Victor Moses and Mamadou Sakho could be set for big things this season.
Romelu Lukaku claims he has taken himself out of his comfort zone by choosing Everton over a return to West Brom.
Manchester United have written to fans to defend their business in the recent transfer window - claiming they will not be drawn into an 'eight-week panic'.
Hatem Ben Arfa admits fans will think he is crazy because he is aiming to be crowned world footballer of the year.
Paolo Di Canio is battling a vendetta against his Sunderland reign, according to midfielder Craig Gardner.
Sevilla supporters have launched a bizarre plan to try and make on-loan Chelsea midfielder Marko Marin stay in Spain permanently.
Leicester boss Nigel Pearson is snapping up striker Gary Taylor-Fletcher.
Liverpool have been hit by a freak injury to Daniel Agger.
Leicester have signed Poland international defender Marcin Wasilewski on a one-year deal.
Jermain Defoe admits his chances of going to the World Cup will be hampered if he continues to be denied first-team football at Tottenham.
At the final whistle, the beaten Bayer Leverkusen manager Sami Hyypia sought out Wayne Rooney to shake his hand, congratulating him on his performance. The Manchester United striker's brace has taken his club tally to 200 and reminded everyone of his importance to the team.
Wayne Rooney passed up his chance to end speculation over his future after joining the ranks of great Manchester United goalscorers last night.
Sir Alex Ferguson appeared to be scrutinising his mobile phone at the moment Old Trafford rose to acclaim Wayne Rooney as he came off with four minutes of the game remaining last night.
Wayne Rooney underlined his worth to Manchester United again last night as he scored twice in a 4-2 romp over Bayer Leverkusen to take his tally for the club to 200, and left the Old Trafford pitch to a standing ovation.