David Moyes is ready to raid his old club Everton for Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini.
Phil Neville, Roberto Martinez and Neil Lennon are among the early pacesetters to replace David Moyes as Everton boss.
John Terry and Frank Lampard could both be axed for the Europa League Final.
Andy Carroll is making plans for a return to Liverpool.
Sunderland have joined in the £7million chase for Celtic striker Gary Hooper.
Roma superstar Miralem Pjanic is on the radar for a host of top Premier League clubs.
Aston Villa have made a £4million raid for Peterborough's Dwight Gayle.
David Moyes wants to make Marouane Fellaini his first signing for Manchester United - as Wayne Rooney's replacement.
Everton could be forced to stump up as much as £10million if they want to tempt Michael Laudrup away from Swansea.
John Terry and Frank Lampard are facing the ultimate Chelsea indignity with Rafa Benitez ready to leave them both out of the Europa League Final.
West Ham are set to open talks with Liverpool over a permanent move for Andy Carroll - and hope to clinch a deal in a few weeks.
Tottenham have dramatically entered the race for Barcelona's David Villa.
David Moyes has told his new Manchester United bosses: Make signing Robert Lewandowski our No.1 priority.
Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas will swoop for £12.6million Barcelona misfit David Villa.
Everton have made Malky Mackay their No 1 choice to succeed David Moyes at Goodison Park.
Paolo Di Canio will launch a summer bid to sign Danny Rose full-time - if Sunderland stay up.
Manchester United and Chelsea are set to miss out on Robert Lewandowski after Borussia Dortmund reluctantly drew up an exit plan for his move to Bayern Munich.
Tottenham are keen on Sevilla centre back Alberto Botia.
Sunderland are set to sign Maritimo defender Valentin Roberge on a free transfer.
Gareth Bale has given the clearest hint yet that he wants to stay at Tottenham Hotspur next season but admitted it will be a big blow if they miss out on Champions League qualification.
Wayne Rooney is prepared to re-consider his future at Manchester United after David Moyes was formally announced as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor as manager yesterday.
David Moyes will decide Wayne Rooney's Manchester United future with the forward now open-minded about remaining at the club following Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement.
The prospect of Jose Mourinho making an emotional return to Chelsea has received resounding dressing-room support, with Frank Lampard describing the self-styled 'Special One' as perhaps the "greatest manager in world football".
Wayne Rooney is prepared to consider staying at Manchester United under David Moyes, who has been appointed manager on a remarkable six-year deal yesterday, but having made his second request to leave in three years he will find the odds stacked against him in his attempts to win over supporters and Sir Alex Ferguson's successor.