7th April 2021
Sergio Aguero is willing to forego Champions League football next season to stay in the Premier League and prove himself away from Manchester City and would consider Chelsea and Tottenham.
Kalvin Phillips and Patrick Bamford are in line for new deals at Leeds United to reward them after the club's excellent return to the Premier League.
Clubs and football agents have been warned by HM Revenue and Customs they must declare payments made to players' family members involved in deals.
England are considering handing unheralded Sale prop Bevan Rodd a shock call-up after forwards coach Matt Proudfoot visited him in training this week.
Manchester City are reportedly ready to make a shock summer swoop for Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge.
The Premier League faces opposition over plans to admit away fans for the last two matches of the season.
Erling Haaland was remarkably asked for his autograph in the tunnel by assistant referee Octavian Sovre following Borussia Dortmund's 2-1 defeat by Manchester City.
Manchester City are set to put themselves forward to sign Lionel Messi if he decides to leave current club Barcelona this summer.
Antonio Rudiger has buried the hatchet with Thomas Tuchel but his Chelsea future on the line.
AC Milan are ready to offer Gianluigi Donnarumma £6.8m-a-season in a bid to get him to sign a new contract despite the keeper reportedly having a deal worth £4m more on the table from another club.
Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng will reportedly leave the Bundesliga giants for nothing this summer.
Real Madrid presidential candidate Enrique Riquelme has vowed to appoint Jurgen Klopp as the club's new manager and re-sign Cristiano Ronaldo if he wins the upcoming elections.
American billionaire James Pallotta, the former owner of Roma, has dropped a huge hint he is considering buying Newcastle.
Leicester have joined the growing list of clubs interested in £1.5m-rated Hibs kid Josh Doig.
Southampton would like to revisit a loan move for Manchester United whizkid Brandon Williams.
Southampton are keen to sign Theo Walcott permanently in the summer after being wowed by his performances and attitude this season.
Tyson Fury is preparing to take his camp to Las Vegas - hopefully for the undisputed showdown with Anthony Joshua.
A furious Jurgen Klopp suggested referee Felix Brych had "something personal" against Sadio Mane following Liverpool's defeat by Real Madrid in the Champions League.
Manchester United look set to have a huge advantage in negotiations over Jesse Lingard's future, with West Ham reportedly ready to 'do whatever it takes' to sign the 28-year-old.
Arsenal will not sell Hector Bellerin for anything less than their asking price, according to reports.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta has held talks with the agent of RB Leipzig star Christopher Nkunku about a potential transfer, according to reports.
The National League has been thrown into turmoil by the news that Brian Barwick is to stand down as chairman, The Times can reveal.
The public share of Wimbledon tickets is set to be lower than usual this year after more than 3,500 debenture holders were assured they will be prioritised in the allocation for a reduced-capacity championships.
Eddie Howe wants Josh King to snub the Premier League and become one of his first Celtic signings.