Andre Villas-Boas will be given a £100million war chest as he begins his Tottenham revolution.
Daniel Sturridge is undergoing emergency treatment for suspected viral meningitis.
Arsene Wenger has urged Arsenal to break the bank to keep Robin van Persie.
Liverpool striker Andy Carroll is wanted by AC Milan's transfer guru.
Brendan Rodgers is ready to fight off interest in Luis Suarez by offering him a new deal to stay at Liverpool.
Nani wants his Manchester United future sorted out in the next fortnight.
Paul Lambert is planning to bring £2.5million-rated Rennes schemer Yacine Brahimi to Aston Villa.
Paul Pogba has snubbed a new Manchester United deal to sign for Italian champions Juventus.
Asamoah Gyan will finally quit Sunderland for the United Arab Emirates in a £7million switch.
Andre Villas-Boas will change the face of Spurs with a £50million revolution to help restore his reputation.
Dimitar Berbatov is prepared to see out the last year of his Manchester United contract - rather than take a pay cut at another club.
Stale Solbakken has warned Martin O'Neill to cough up £10million for former Scotland international Steven Fletcher.
Blackburn are handing Nuno Gomes a £2million deal to join them from Braga.
Brendan Rodgers wants to agree a new deal with Luis Suarez to end Juventus' interest.
Everton manager David Moyes is considering making a move for out-of-contract former Wigan striker Hugo Rodallega.
Malaga want Arsenal's Nicklas Bendtner while Galatasaray are also interested.
Sunderland will fight rivals Newcastle for Ajax midfielder Vurnon Anita.
Napoli are eyeing Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel after banking £24million from Ezequiel Lavezzi's move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Leeds are keen to sign QPR striker Tommy Smith.
Blackburn are interested in Cardiff defender Anthony Gerrard.
England and Chelsea star Daniel Sturridge has been struck down with meningitis.
Glenn Hoddle last night slammed Tottenham's appointment of Andre Villas-Boas as a high-risk strategy which could backfire.
Luis Suarez has given new boss Brendan Rodgers a personal assurance that he is staying at Liverpool.
Sir Alex Ferguson has handed Dimitar Berbatov a Manchester United lifeline.
Norwich striker Grant Holt reckons he never really wanted to leave after signing a new three-year contract.
Bolton are set to complete the signing of Leicester defender Matt Mills today.
Sunderland have been told to cough up £10million to land Wolves striker Steven Fletcher.
Stoke are preparing a £4million bid for Blackburn's Martin Olsson.
Stuart Pearce's Team GB Olympic hopes took another dent when star striker Daniel Sturridge was taken to hospital last night with suspected viral meningitis.
Andre Villas-Boas finally put pen to paper on a three-year deal to become the new Tottenham head coach determined to show that things will be different from Chelsea.
THE GUARDIAN: Andre Villas-Boas has made the acquisition of the Portugal midfielder Joao Moutinho a priority for Tottenham Hotspur as he plans an expansive overhaul of the squad at White Hart Lane
Raging Raith Rovers chief Turnbull Hutton last night branded the SPL a dead parrot and demanded resignations from Scottish football's top brass.
Charles Green has told the first four Rangers rebels to find new clubs that he intends to sue them for damages.
What the papers say
Daniel Sturridge is undergoing emergency treatment for suspected viral meningitis. Also: Andy Murray beat the rain - now he is ready to prove he belongs on Wimbledon's centre stage.
Charles van Commenee has promised to resign if the British athletics team he named yesterday fail at the Olympic Games. Also: Rory Hamilton-Brown, the Surrey captain, is to take an indefinite break from cricket after struggling to cope with the aftermath of his close friend Tom Maynard's death.
Andre Villas-Boas will change the face of Spurs with a £50million revolution to help restore his reputation. Also: Andy Murray has insisted he does not want special treatment to help him win Wimbledon.
Stuart Pearce's Team GB Olympic hopes took another dent when star striker Daniel Sturridge was taken to hospital last night with suspected viral meningitis. Also: Tottenham confirmed the appointment of Andre Villas-Boas on a three-year contract - and immediately came under fire.
England and Chelsea star Daniel Sturridge has been struck down with meningitis. Also: Former drugs cheat Dwain Chambers has been picked to run in the London Olympics.
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH:
Mark Ramprakash is to call time on his glittering career by announcing his retirement from first-class cricket tomorrow. Also: Paul Pogba has completed his move to Juventus with the Manchester United manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, insisting he was relieved to see the back of the Frenchman.
Andy Murray will attempt to reach a fourth consecutive Wimbledon semi-final today against "the great professional" from Spain who has won more matches on grass than the Scot this summer. Also: Sebastian Vettel is not about to ditch Red Bull for the red of Ferrari.
Andre Villas-Boas has made the acquisition of the Portugal midfielder Joao Moutinho a priority for Tottenham Hotspur as he plans an expansive overhaul of the squad at White Hart Lane. Also: UK Athletics' head coach, Charles van Commenee, has said he will take ultimate responsibility and fall on his sword if his 77-strong team fail to meet expectations at the London Olympics.
Jenny Meadows was struggling to come to terms with the mixed emotions of being crowned European Indoor 800 metres champion and omitted from the British Olympic team for a home Games on the same day last night. Also: Jimmy Anderson, who was rested from a Test match last month to preserve his body from the aches and pains of fast bowling, faces a late fitness test today before the third one-day international against Australia.
AC Milan are interested in signing Liverpool striker Andy Carroll. Pier Silvio Berlusconi, the son of Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi, has been acting as a transfer consultant for the Italian club and has identified Carroll as a potential signing.
Full story: the Sun
Everton are keen on signing Oscar Cardozo after Benfica put a £16m price tag on the striker. Fenerbahce, Galatasaray, PSG and an unnamed Premier League side are also tracking the Paraguayan, 29.
Full story: talkSPORT
Tottenham are ready to back new manager Andre Villas-Boas in the transfer market to the tune of £50m this summer. The Portuguese is keen to bring Marseille striker Loic Remy, Ajax and Belgium defender Jan Vertonghen, Hoffenheim midfielder Gylfi Sigurdsson, CSKA Moscow and Russia midfielder Alan Dzagoev and Birmingham keeper Jack Butland to White Hart Lane.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Villas-Boas wants to launch his reign as Tottenham manager by signing Brazilian attacking midfielder Oscar from Internacional. The 20-year-old is priced in the £20m bracket by his club.
Sunderland, Stoke and Fulham are all interested in Wolves' Steven Fletcher, but the Midlands club have warned any suitor will have to pay £10m to sign the striker.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Everton boss David Moyes is considering making a move for out-of-contract former Wigan striker Hugo Rodallega, 26.
Full story: Daily Mail
Italian side Napoli are looking to push ahead with a move for Chelsea midfielder Raul Meireles after seeking talks with the player's agent.
Full story: talkSPORT
Chelsea are closing in on a £6m deal for Inter Milan full-back Maicon, 30, with the Brazilian's agent due in London later this week for talks.
Full story: Metro
Manchester United and Chelsea are set to be in a tug of war for Belgium midfielder Axel Witsel this summer, after Benfica revealed that they are ready to cash-in on his talents.
Full story: Daily Express
Malaga and Galatasary want Arsenal's Nicklas Bendtner as the Denmark international closes in on a move away from the Emirates Stadium. Bendtner's agent Jesper Lynghus told Denmark newspaper bold.dk last month: "The interest is overwhelming, just as it should be after the way Nicklas performed at Euro 2012."
Full story: Daily Mail
Asamoah Gyan will finally leave Sunderland in a £7m move to United Arab Emirates side Al-Ain.
Full story: the Sun
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert wants to sign Rennes' £2.5m-rated midfielder Yacine Brahmi, 22.
Full story: the Sun
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has broken his silence over the future of captain Robin van Persie by vowing to keep the striker "at all costs". The two men are expected to talk over the phone this week as Van Persie continues to stall on a new three-year deal worth £130,000-per-week.
The Arsenal boss has also turned down the opportunity to coach the French national team following Laurent Blanc's resignation.
Full story: Daily Telegraph
Manager Brendan Rodgers is optimistic about persuading Luis Suarez to sign an extended deal with Liverpool despite rumours over the striker's future. Rodgers has insisted Suarez, whose contract expires in 2016, is happy at Anfield despite speculation the 25-year-old could be moving to Serie A champions Juventus.
Full story: Metro
Incoming manager Gianfranco Zola could face a player backlash at Watford following the the sacking of Sean Dyche.
Full story: Daily Mail
Former Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka has been involved in an ugly confrontation with an irate Shanghai Shenhua fan, who questioned the Frenchman's poor performance and refusal to perform a traditional end-of-match bow.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Guardian Rumour Mill
Milan are interested in Andy Carroll.
Málaga and Galatasaray are after Nicklas Bendtner.
Galatasaray also want Dimitar Berbatov.
Ezekiel Fryers is out of contract at Manchester United, and a target for Tottenham and Newcastle.
Napoli are looking at Martin Skrtel and Raul Meireles.
Everton are planning a bid for Hugo Rodallega.
Aston Villa are thinking about purchasing Yacine Brahimi of Rennes.
And finally Sunderland want Steven Fletcher, though Stoke and Fulham are also interested.
So here's the thing, you may have noticed a pared-back style to today's Rumours. Well, you'd have been right to have noticed that.
West Ham United join race for Turkish Goal King Burak Yilmaz
West Ham are the latest club to be linked with making a move for highly sought-after Trabzonspor striker Burak Yilmaz.
The Hammers are reported to have opened talks with the strikers agent Ali Egesel however, rumors that Yilmaz will arrive in London for a medical have not been confirmed.
Lazio were leading the race to sign Yilmaz until negotiations broke down following the Seria A side's reluctance to pay his €5 million release clause upfront.
The East London club also face competition from Fulham and Tottenham. Trabzonspor president Sadri Şener told reporters, "Tottenham and Fulham are also interested in Burak Yilmaz, we shall see what happens" he said.
West Ham were promoted to the Premiership last season and have been active in the transfer market investing in strengthening the squad for the league campaign.
Yilmaz has been in prolific form for Trabzonspor over the past two seasons. He guided the Black Sea club to pole position in the league last year scoring 19 times, only to lose out on winning the championship to Fenerbahce on goal difference.
The 26-year-old Turkish international netted 35 times in 41 games this season and his modest €5 million release clause has attracted the attention of major clubs across Europe.
Yilmaz broke the clubs all time scoring record in the league this season, scoring 51% of Trabzonspor's 65 goals.
In an interview on TRT's football program, Stadyum earlier this year, Yilmaz stated that he would consider a move to Spain or England if the right offer was made.
Liverpool, Sunderland, Atletico Madrid, Rubin Kazan, Ajax and Galatasaray have also been linked with the Turkish Goal King.
In Serbia: "West Ham after Stankovic. And for permission ..."
According to the Serbian press, there is very real interest from West Ham for Dejan Stankovic. The issue of work permit, raised today by the British media (Stankovic, being outside the EU, must have played at least 75% of games from last season) can be bypassed by a special request that the club can send to the British authorities.
In this way Stankovic would get the work permit and would have no problems in playing for the Hammers.
West Ham United in Austria - Wednesday
The Hammers began the third day of their training camp with a water polo tournament
There were no lie-ins for West Ham United's players and staff on Wednesday as the Hammers kicked-off the day with a water polo tournament.
Alarm calls woke the squad at 6.30am before they grabbed their towels and rode the short distance to the local swimming pool for a 7am start.
There, fitness coach Eamon Swift split the players and staff players into four teams for what quickly turned into a typically competitive competition. Among the staff members who joined the players in the pool was strength and conditioning coach Mathew Monte-Colombo, who is celebrating his birthday. With that, first-team coach and referee Wally Downes got the games underway.
Head of medicine Andy Rolls explained that exercising in the swimming pool had many benefits for the players.
"Training in water reduces the stress on the muscles and the joints, while the resistance of the water helps to build up muscle strength," said Rolls. "So, the players are conditioning their bodies and having fun at the same time."
The activity in the pool quickly attracted the attention of youngsters from a school across the road, who evidently begin their day earlier than their English counterparts.
While all the matches were competitive, it quickly became clear that having a good goalkeeper was vital to a team's success. With that in mind, Team Two put Stephen Henderson in goal and the 6'4 stopper kept a succession of tournament-clinching clean sheets.
While Henderson was unbeatable, Jack Collison again proved his prowess as a water polo star by prompting play in an influential midfield role. Ahead of him, Kevin Nolan was on hand to convert chances from close-range, just as he does on the football pitch.
Nolan's winning team was completed by Nicky Maynard, who scored one searing long-range goal, Ricardo Vaz Te and head of rehabilitation Stijn Vandenbroucke.
Team One proved to be second best on the day, winning through to the final courtesy of scoring seven goals in their opening three games. However, James Tomkins, Guy Demel, George McCartney, Sam Baldock, Gary O'Neil and Mark Noble came up just short in the final.
Teams Three and Four played-off for third place, but the two sides could not find a winner in normal time and were forced to share the wooden spoon.
After the water polo, Noble made his way to the top of a nearby water slide, only to find the water flow turned off and have to make his way down on foot!
The short ride back to the hotel was followed by breakfast before the players began to prepare for their morning training session at 10am.
Lletget loving life
Sebastian Lletget is in positive mood after being called-up to the first-team squad for pre-season
At times, it has been tough for West Ham United teenager Sebastian Lletget.
Living thousands of miles from his hometown of San Jose, California, and suffering from a severe bout of glandular fever during his Academy scholarship threatened to derail his promising career.
But the United States Under-23 international has stuck at hit and, as he begins his third season as a professional, has been rewarded with a call-up to the first-team squad for their pre-season training camp in Austria.
The 19-year-old attacking midfielder - considered by many to be among the most skilful players at the Club, told West Ham TV of his delight at being included and his high hopes for the season ahead.
"I'm really pleased to have got the call-up and I think the boys have received me well," said the American. "Basically, I have nothing but good things to say and am really relishing it.
"Training on Monday was good but it was so hot! The weather means it is going to be a tough week. It's very hot and humid and coming back from summer, we're not all going to be 100 per cent fit. It's going to be tough but it's going to be a lot of fun too."
Having been called upon regularly by his country in recent summers, Lletget was afford the luxury of a free close-season after the USA failed to qualify for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The player himself believes the rest will be of huge benefit as he seeks to establish himself in Sam Allardyce's squad on a regular basis.
"Big time, I think the rest was important. I think this summer I have enjoyed being home but I've also worked hard on the things I need to work on from last season.
"I think I have improved and hopefully I can show the manager what I can do."
When Lletget - signed from West Ham United International Academy partner club Sporting Santa Clara - looks around at the Hammers squad, he will see that he has a real chance to make the next step and save the Club from having to sign another midfield player ahead of the Barclays Premier League campaign.
"I am sure there are more signings to come but I just hope I can do my thing and realise the potential the manager sees in me."