Monday's gossip column
Los Angeles Galaxy striker Robbie Keane is considering returning to Aston Villa in the summer following his successful loan spell at the club.
Lille midfielder Eden Hazard is one of Tottenham's top summer transfer targets, manager Harry Redknapp has confirmed.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been assured that his job is safe for another two years despite the disastrous back-to-back defeats to AC Milan and Sunderland last week.
Wenger will be given a £55m transfer kitty to rebuild the side in the summer.
Wenger has vowed to fight on and pursue the "trophy" of a fourth-placed Premier League finish this season.
Arsenal's billionaire owner Stan Kroenke will reaffirm his support for the Frenchman when he flies into London for a meeting with the manager and the rest of the club's board this week. Club shareholders will meet tonight to assess the levels of support for Wenger.
Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas is ready to take a gamble on the fitness of John Terry for Tuesday's Champions League last-16 first-leg clash with Napoli.
The Chelsea manager is expected to drop misfiring striker Fernando Torres for the match after hauling him off at half-time during the 1-1 FA Cup draw with Birmingham.
Napoli coach Walter Mazzarri insists Chelsea's crisis of confidence does not make his highly-rated side favourites.
Steve Bruce is the hot favourite to succeed Mick McCarthy as Wolves manager and could be in charge for Saturday's clash with Newcastle.
Former Newcastle chairman Sir John Hall believes the club's fans won't accept the renaming of St James' Park to the SportsDirect Arena.
Everton legend Graeme Sharp believes it is only a matter of time before manager David Moyes is lured away from the club.
Blackburn Rovers star Ruben Rochina says their strong record against the Premier League's top sides gives them hope of an upset against Manchester City next weekend.
Manchester City full-back Micah Richards has explained the reason behind his decision to quit Twitter.
Bolton boss Owen Coyle has praised the talents of on-loan Arsenal striker Ryo Miyaichi.
Harry Redknapp joked that his team's 0-0 draw with Stevenage in front of FA chairman David Bernstein may have dented his chances of landing the England job. "I bet he was impressed with the football I served up today," said Redknapp.
Mario Balotelli may be turning his hand to DJing after recruiting hip-hop star Tim Westwood for lessons on the decks to impress his Man City team-mates.
Nicklas Bendtner wasn't playing in Sunderland's 2-0 FA Cup win over Arsenal, but managed to grab a slice of the limelight on Twitter thanks to his choice of hat.