Saturday's gossip column - transfers and rumours
Inter Milan have refused to rule out a move for Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli this summer.
Liverpool could sell Netherlands forward Dirk Kuyt, 31, for just £1million in the summer as the club try to trim their wage bill.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says it is time to stop selling players to Manchester City with Robin van Persie the latest Gunner linked with a move to the Etihad Stadium.
Denmark international Christian Eriksen, 20, who has been linked with a move to Manchester United, thinks it would be better for his development if he stayed at Dutch club Ajax.
Colombian winger James Rodriguez, 20, has told his club Porto that he wants to move to Manchester United.
Bolton manager Owen Coyle is considering a move for Stoke's Cameron Jerome, 25, but faces competition from Fulham for the £4million-rated striker.
Former Portsmouth forward Aruna Dindane, who plays for Qatari club Al-Gharafa, has been linked with a move to Blackburn, Stoke and Aston Villa.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini admits to uncertainty about his future at the club.
Former Blackburn Rovers and Notts County manager Paul Ince has held secret talks about becoming the new manager of Wolves.
Chelsea have written to the Football Association accusing them of putting supporter safety at risk by deciding to schedule the FA Cup semi-final against Tottenham at 6pm on Sunday.
Roy Hodgson is set to become the highest-paid manager in West Brom's history.
Bill Miller, chairman of Tennessee-based Miller Industries, the world's largest manufacturer of towing and recovery equipment, says he plans to "clean up" Rangers' potential £134m of debt and that liquidation is not an option he is considering as part of his takeover bid.
Full story: The Herald
Businessman Bill Miller has confirmed he is the sole party in the American bid for Rangers after Club 9 Sports' attempts to involve him in a consortium disbanded and he hopes to take the club out of administration through a company voluntary arrangement and with Ally McCoist as manager.
Full story: The Scotsman
Bill Ng, a director at private equity firm Financial Frontiers, says his Singapore consortium can offer Rangers' creditors 20p in the pound in a deal worth £20m - twice that being offered by former Rangers director Paul Murray's Blue Knights.
Full story: The Sun
Singapore-based tycoon Bill Ng, who is chairman of Hougang United in his homeland, wants to take Rangers out of administration through a company voluntary arrangement, appoint a board of Scottish directors and avoid liquidation.
Full story: Daily Express
Rangers owner Craig Whyte maintains he still has a £30m guaranteed stake in Rangers and that he will return to Ibrox one day.
Full story: Daily Record
Following the disclosure that Rangers total debt could be as high as £134m, owner Craig Whyte says the club's liabilities decreased by more than £10m during his time as chairman.
Full story: The Scotsman
Arsenal stars Wojciech Szczesny, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Alex Song and Bacary Sagna perform with ballerinas in a new car advert.