Every day Fantasy League will scour the newspapers and weblogs to bring you the latest transfer rumours from the Premier League. Who's in, who's out and how will it affect your Fantasy League selection? Find out here. Plus, for more news from your favourite team check out the individual club pages.
Marouane Chamakh has revealed that Arsenal and Tottenham are interested in signing him. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger, despite saying yesterday that he would bide his time before replacing Emmanuel Adebayor, has admitted he still wants to sign the Bordeaux striker. Chamakh has been repeatedly linked with a move to Arsenal ever since it looked likely Adebayor would depart for Manchester City.
Aston Villa are reported to be interested in £10m rated Tottenham midfielder Jermaine Jenas. Elsewhere Villa could use Nigel Reo-Coker as part of the deal to bring Middlesbrough's Tuncay to the club. The £3m rated midfielder is wanted by the newly relegated side who are keen to offload Villa-target Tuncay in order to trim their wage bill.
Birmingham's record signing Christian Benitez is struggling with a shoulder injury and is unlikely to be fit for Blues' opening Premier League game against Manchester United. Alex McLeish has revealed he has been after Fulham's Danny Murphy, but feels that Fulham are unlikely to let the experienced midfielder leave, so could step up his chase for Aston Villa's Craig Gardner.
Despite saying yesterday that trialist Christian Vieri is not yet fit enough to play games, Rovers boss Sam Allardyce has said that an offer for the Italian to continue training with the club remains on the table. Allardyce has been impressed with what he has seen from the veteran striker and admitted he could yet sign the 36-year-old provided he can prove his fitness.
Bolton could move for Newcastle winger Damien Duff after wrapping up a deal for South Korean winger Lee Chung-young. The transfer taking Chung-yong to the Reebok will be finalised later this week and Bolton boss Gary Megson is apparently considering a move for Duff, who Newcastle are willing to sell to reduce their wage bill.
Sheffield Wednesday boss Brian Laws has stated that Wednesday will not be bullied into selling Marcus Tudgay to Burnley, and will expect a fair price despite Tudgay wanting to leave. Burnley have already put in one bid, which was dismissed and Tudgay is considering putting in a transfer request. Manchester United want £2m in compensation for Richard Eckersley, who joined the Clarets last week, a tribunal will set the see as the player is only 20 years of age.
Carlo Ancelotti has today hinted that John Terry will release a statement later this week in regard to his future at Stamford Bridge, likely to announce he will be staying at the club, following prolonged interest from Manchester City. Elsewhere Michael Ballack has suffered a toe injury and will miss the rest of their tour of the USA while Real Mallorca are set to sign Chelsea youngster Sergio Tejera.
Joleon Lescott is set to ask David Moyes for permission to talk to Manchester City in regards to a move to City, which Lescott believes may enhance his bid for an England place ahead of the World Cup this summer. Everton still hope to secure the signing of Kyle Naughton, but are readying a bid for Newcastle's full-back Habib Baye, just in case they are unsuccessful in getting the Sheffield United man. Swedish midfielder Rasmus Elm may well sign for Everton in the next few days as David Moyes after touring the training ground.
West Brom have rejected Fulham's second offer for their want-away captain Jonathan Greening, turning down a reported £3.25m. Greening has said he wants to return to the Premier League, but he is happy to stay at the Baggies if they are unwilling to sell. Fulham are close to signing one midfielder however, with Bjorn Helge Riise having a medical before completing a £1.5m from Lillestrom.
Hull are finally set to open talks with Fulham striker Bobby Zamora after already missing out on five different strikers over the last few weeks. The clubs agreed a £5m fee last week and Hull are set to discuss personal terms with the player. Meanwhile, the Tigers have dismissed rumours they are interested in Liverpool striker Andrei Voronin.
Liverpool's out-of-favour full-back Andrea Dossena is reportedly wanted by Italian side Napoli. Dossena has only featured 16 times since arriving from Udinese a year ago and could be in line for a rapid return to his homeland.
Manchester City midfielder Elano has been told not to join up with his team-mates on their pre-season tour of South Africa and instead is reported to be on the verge of a season-long loan to German side Cologne.
Sir Alex Ferguson has said the reason he didn't bid for Carlos Tevez was that he simply wasn't worth the money. The Manchester United boss respected the fans' admiration for the hardworking Argentina striker, who has now signed for rivals City, but said that £25m was too much to pay.
Portsmouth have been linked with a move for former Liverpool right-back Steve Finnan. The South Coast club reportedly want the Espanyol defender to replace Glen Johnson. Meanwhile, the £60m takeover of the club by United Arab Emirates businessman Sulaiman Al Fahim should be completed today, saving Pompey from administration.
An unnamed Premier League club has emerged as a late rival in Stoke's attempts to sign Sunderland midfielder Dean Whitehead. Sunderland left Whitehead at home while they left for their pre-season tour so that he could complete a £4m move to Stoke, but local media reports now suggest another team could be about to scupper the deal.
Sunderland are one of four clubs waiting for Bordeaux striker Marouane Chamakh do decide about his future. The Morocco international has been linked to Arsenal and has apparently received contract offers from Tottenham, Fulham, Blackburn and the Black Cats, although none of those clubs have actually agreed a deal with Bordeaux. Sunderland are also still waiting for Peter Crouch to accept or decline their offer and have been linked with Marseille captain Lorik Cana.
It looks like Tottenham have missed out on Real Madrid striker Klaas Jan-Huntelaar as the Dutchmen is about to sign for Stuttgart in an £18m move. Spurs could also be about to sell several members of their first team squad, possibly to make space for new arrivals. Former boss Martin Jol thinks Tottenham are wasting Gareth Bale's talents and wants to take him to Ajax, while Inter Milan and Aston Villa are both tracking £10m rated midfielder Jermaine Jenas.
West Ham are closing in on signing talented youngster Frank Nouble from rivals Chelsea. The highly rated 17-year-old Nigerian rejected a new contract offer at Chelsea because he feared for his chances of playing first team football and had been attracting interest from Tottenham and Aston Villa. Meanwhile the Hammers have named a stand at Upton Park after West Ham legend Trevor Brooking.
The saga that is Lee Cattermole's potential move to Sunderland finally looks to be over after Wigan rejected a further bid of around £6m. Black Cats boss Steve Bruce has now admitted defeat in trying to bring the midfielder to the North East.
Wolves target James McCarthy has snubbed a move to Molineux in favour of joining fellow Premier league side Wigan Athletic. Chris Iwelumo has gone under the knife for foot surgery following the injury picked up in their tour of Australia, while Wanderers latest friendly ended in a stalemate as they drew 0-0 with local side Kidderminster Harriers.