Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the Whisper.
Here are today's top five emerging whispers. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.
Gary Cahill to Sheffield Wednesday
Cahill's anticipated departure from Chelsea could come sooner than expected with Championship club Wednesday ready to make an approach...
Frosinone held on with gritted teeth but Juventus finally pierced through that strong defence, grabbing a 2-0 victory to make it five wins out of five.
It was clear from the start that the home side had no intention of playing football. Registering 72% possession and attempting 30 shots on goal, Juventus simply spent their time launching attack after attack but couldn't find their way through against a stubborn defence.
Uncharacteristically sloppy and wasteful in possession, the Bianconeri were...
There are birthday cakes, and then there are birthday cakes.
Federico Bernardeschi certainly found the right one when celebrating his 24th birthday on Friday, posing with a three-tiered, appropriately striped black-and-white cake -- one topped off by cupcakes, a pair of ceramic bulldogs and, naturally, a trio of fireworks.
"Happy birthday to me!" Bernardeschi wrote, preferring to let the cake speak for itself.
The Juventus winger appeared delighted by it all, posing with the cake inside a dining...
Federico Bernardeschi said Juventus' Champions League tie with Tottenham Hotspur is far from over despite his side relinquishing a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 at the Allianz Stadium on Tuesday night.
The Italian champions must win in London on March 7 or draw 2-2 to force extra time and possibly penalties. A draw with more goals would see them progress, but defeat or a 0-0 or 1-1 draw would send last year's finalists out.
Bernardeschi nevertheless believes the tie still has legs and insists Juve will...
In yet another controversial match played in a heated atmosphere, Juventus defeated Fiorentina 2-0 on Friday to go to the top of Serie A.
The Viola seemed intent on making the difference and played a good first half and even hit the post, but things got even better when they were awarded a penalty and a chance to open the scoring when the ball hit Giorgio Chiellini's arm. After much deliberation and VAR consultation, the decision was reversed, leaving Fiorentina incensed.
In the second half, Juve...