Manchester City last night sacked Roberto Mancini - a year to the day he led them to the Premier League title.
Wayne Rooney was booed by Manchester United fans on the team's open-top bus parade to celebrate their Premier League triumph.
Under pressure Newcastle boss Alan Pardew has been told to plan for next season in a major hint that his job is safe.
Relegated QPR want Tottenham midfielder Scott Parker to help them win promotion back to the Premier League.
Hull City want Blackburn striker Jordan Rhodes, 23, but want him on the cheap with a £4m bid expected for a player who cost double that a year ago.
Manchester City last night sacked Roberto Mancini - and the Italian could walk straight into a new job with French side Monaco.
New Manchester United boss David Moyes will raid former club Everton and bid £10m for England international defender Phil Jagielka, while Leighton Baines and Marouane Fellaini are also on his wish list.
Meanwhile, Valencia striker Roberto Soldado is sweating on a £10m move to Everton as he is worried the new manager of Goodison Park will not want him.
Reading and Nottingham Forest are leading the chase for Southampton striker Billy Sharp, who has been told he has no future at the Saints.
Malaga coach Manuel Pellegrini, 59, is expected to replace Roberto Mancini and his first signing as Manchester City boss could be 27-year-old Sevilla winger Jesus Navas.
David Moyes will hold showdown talks with Wayne Rooney next week in a bid to resolve the striker's future at Manchester United.
Brazil star Fernandinho, 28, has pleaded with Shakhtar Donetsk to let him make his dream move to Manchester City by dropping a £40.5m buy-out clause.
Crystal Palace and Bournemouth are tracking Bradford City's 22-year-old striker Nahki Wells, who is valued at £600,000.
Peterborough, Rotherham and Coventry are chasing Falkirk's 29-goal striker Lyle Taylor who was named Scottish Division One player of the year.
Barnsley want Sheffield Wednesday striker Chris O'Grady who scored five goals for the Tykes are signing on loan in January.
Malaga's Chilean coach Manuel Pellegrini is expected to be the man to replace sacked Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini.
Wayne Rooney will have showdown talks with new Manchester United boss David Moyes next week to sort out his future at Old Trafford.
Meanwhile, United could move for Penarol right-back Guillermo Varela, 20, who has been invited for a two-week trial.
Manchester City are weighing up a move for Bayern Munich winger Arjen Robben, 29, who is available at around £12m.
Aston Villa striker Christian Benteke, 22, will be targeted by Borussia Dortmund to replace striker Robert Lewandowski.
Fiorentina striker Stevan Jovetic, 23, is top of Arsenal's summer shopping list, while the Gunners are also monitoring Real Madrid frontman Gonzalo Higuain.
Monaco are lining up sacked Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini, 48, to take over at the newly-promoted French club.
England striker Wayne Rooney, 27, is holding peace talks with Manchester United after making a U-turn over his decision to ask for a transfer.
Former England manager Steve McClaren wants to make a comeback in English football with Wolves.
Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic insists he has no plans to leave the club, despite being linked with a move to Manchester United.
Roma and Napoli are leading the chase for Roberto Mancini following his sacking as Manchester City boss.
New Manchester United manager David Moyes will offer wantaway striker Wayne Rooney the opportunity to stay at Old Trafford.
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere, 21, will miss England's two international friendlies against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil at the end of the season so he can have surgery on his ankle injury.
Stoke City are scouting former Arsenal striker Carlos Vela, 24, with boss Tony Pulis watching him play for Spanish side Real Sociedad last night.
Paris Saint-Germain and Napoli are leading the chase for Roberto Mancini following his sacking as Manchester City boss.