Rob Shepherd joined the Breakfast Boys in the studio to discuss all the latest bak page tittle-tattle, including Fulham's appointment of Mark Hughes as their new manager and whether or not the Cottagers will finish this season above West Ham.
You can click the audio link above to hear exactly what the fellas had to say.
Meanwhile, here's all the latest transfer rumours and gossip from the mornng's papers...
Arsenal midfielder Cesc Fabregas has hinted he is still tempted by a return to Barcelona (no s**t, Sherlock!). The Spanish star claims his last conversation over his future with Arsene Wenger was "one of the most difficult moments of my life." For Gawd's sake fellas, just sort this out once and for all. We're bored now... (Independent)
Liverpool boss Roy Hodgson says striker David Ngog, who scored twice against Rabotnick in a Europa League qualifier on Thursday, will stay at Anfield despite rumours that he could leave the club. That's transfer code for... 'unfortunately, we can't get shot of him at any price'. (Daily Mirror)
Manchester City are still hot on Inter Milan's striker Mario Balotelli, but apparently remain "a substantial distance" from agreeing either a fee or terms for the teen sensation. How's that? Surely transfer talks with City go something like.. 'how much do you want? Fair enough, here it is?' (Independent)
Bolton are set to bring back Croatia striker Ivan Klasnic for a second spell at the club - but this time on a permanent rather than loan deal from Nantes. (Daily Mirror)
Queens Park Rangers have joined Coventry in the race to sign striker Marlon King, who was released from prison on Thursday after serving nine months for sexual assault. (Daily Mirror)
West Brom are set to beat Blackburn and Sheffield United in the rase for Stoke striker James Beattie by offering £1.5m for the 32-year-old striker. (The Sun)
Luke Young's proposed move from Aston Villa to Liverpool is off because he would have had to take a £10,000-a-week pay cut. (Daily Star)
New Fulham manager Mark Hughes is set to raid his old club Manchester City to sign Stephen Ireland, Craig Bellamy and Roque Santa Cruz. (Daily Mirror)
Hughes could also make a move for West Ham's England keeper Robert Green if Arsenal pursue their interest in Mark Schwarzer. (Daily Mail)
Landon Donovan wants to return to the Premier League. The USA striker has set his sights on a move back to Everton, where he enjoyed a successful loan spell last season. (Daily Telegraph)