For all fellow football followers, here is the gossip of the day.

Courtesy of BBC Football.

Deco is being lined up by Atletico Madrid, who are keen to launch a 5m bid for the Chelsea midfielder. (Daily Star)

Meanwhile, former Blues manager Jose Mourinho is lining up a 100m raid on the Premier League, with Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby, Tottenham midfielder Jermaine Jenas and Manchester United defender Nemanja Vidic thought to be on his wish list at Inter Milan. (Daily Mirror)

Real Madrid are keen to take David Beckham back to the club in the summer and may pay Los Angeles Galaxy 10m for the 33-year-old England midfielder, who is currently on loan at AC Milan. (The Sun)

Liverpool and Manchester City are both lining up bids for Chelsea defender Michael Mancienne. (The Times)

Relegation-threatened Newcastle United have put their contract negotiations with striker Michael Owen on hold until their league status is determined. (The Times)

Everton are keeping tabs on Deportivo La Coruna's 26-year-old midfielder Juan Rodriguez. (Daily Mirror)

Aston Villa are considering a move for Anderlecht midfielder Mbark Boussofa. (Daily Star)

Burnley striker Ade Akinbiyi is wanted by Major League Soccer side Houston Dynamo. (Daily Star)

Portsmouth winger Glen Little, who is on loan at Reading, says he will not return to Fratton Park next season. (Daily Mail)

Former West Ham and Tottenham striker Frederic Kanoute, who currently plays for Sevilla, says he could be on the verge of return to the Premier League. (The Independent)

Manchester City manager Mark Hughes is set for a summer clear-out, with Dietmar Hamann, Darius Vassell, Elano, Michael Ball and Benjani all likely to be offloaded. (The Guardian)

But City striker Jo, who is on loan at Everton, has been told he has a future at the club. (The Telegraph)

Aston Villa and Everton are keeping tabs on Valencia's Portugese defender Miguel, who has been put up for sale. (

Spanish winger Aaron has revealed it will cost Rangers 4m if they want to keep him at the end of his loan spell. (Scottish Sun)

Dundee United have taken Spanish goalkeeper Alberto Marrama on trial. (Daily Mail)

Sheffield United manager Kevin Blackwell has been told he will not be given the compensation windfall from the Carlos Tevez saga to buy players. (Daily Mirror)

Leeds chairman Ken Bates may sue West Ham over the Carlos Tevez affair, claiming a loss of earnings on three players from Elland Road that were sold to the Blades. Matthew Kilgallon, Rob Hulse and Ian Bennett had clauses in their contracts entitling Leeds to a windfall had the players stayed in the Premier League. (Daily Express)

Kilmarnock chairman Michael Johnston admits relegation could force the club out of business. (Daily Record)

Livingston's coaching and office staff were paid only half of their wages last month. (Scottish Sun)

Classic film nights hosted by Liverpool's Xabi Alonso and attended by several Anfield stars at the midfielder's luxury pad have been attributed as the reason behind the side's team spirit. (The Sun)
I wish all this Sheffield United coverage would come an End soon.

The FA are the real ones who should be in trouble for allowing this to happen. They should of spotted it earlier and intercepted. None of this would of happened then.