14th April 2021
Bayern Munich are confident they will land Erling Haaland next summer if he spends one more season at Borussia Dortmund.
Mike Ashley is closing the Newcastle United retail store and has made all of his staff redundant, informing them that the club's proposed new owners do not wish to keep them.
West Brom's bid to switch their game against Aston Villa was blocked by the Premier League because of their commitment to televise every match this season.
Premier League clubs are considering a boycott of social media next weekend.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is being eyed by Tottenham amid uncertainty surrounding the future of Jose Mourinho.
William Saliba has been handed an encouraging boost over his Arsenal future by manager Mikel Arteta.
Gini Wijnaldum has given Liverpool hope of him staying at Anfield beyond the summer when his contract expires.
Wolves are interested in signing Iceland prodigy Isak Bergmann Johannesson from IFK Norrkoping but are worried about getting a post-Brexit work permit.
Manchester United have sent scouts to watch AFC Wimbledon goalkeeper Matthew Cox.
Crystal Palace are yet to decide on whether there will be a change in the dugout next season after their longest consecutive run in the Premier League, but one manager catching the eye is Valerien Ismael at Barnsley.
Everton midfielder Mo Besic is a target for Reading this summer when his contract runs out at Goodison Park.
The Carabao Cup final has been engulfed by accusations of discrimination and poor treatment of fans as plans for the return of crowds were condemned by supporters' groups.
A fan zone for up to 12,500 supporters to watch England's Euro 2021 matches on outdoor screens is being planned for Trafalgar Square.
James Maddison, Ayoze Perez and Hamza Choudhury will train with their Leicester team-mates on Wednesday for the first time since breaching Covid regulations.
Manchester United are back on the trail of Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane.
Ashley Young is mulling over his future as he prepares to add a Serie A winner's medal to his collection with Inter Milan.
Jose Mourinho's row with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has killed off any lingering chances of Harry Kane moving to Manchester United this summer.
UEFA are set to partially scrap the away goals rule from next season. Under the new regulations poised to be agreed on Friday, away goals will only count extra up to the end of 90 minutes in the second leg.
Chelsea are reportedly willing to offer Hakim Ziyech to Sevilla in a player-plus-cash deal to bring Jules Kounde to Stamford Bridge.
Ex-Premier League referee Howard Webb has married his long-term girlfriend German VAR Bibiana Steinhaus.
Everton have identified Norwich City's Max Aarons as an option at right-back and will look to haggle down his £30 million asking price.
Players from all English clubs could miss out on selection for the British & Irish Lions tour to South Africa because of the overlap between the Gallagher Premiership season and the Lions training camp.
Team GB's athletes at the Olympic Games this summer will be powered by 45,000 teabags, more than 7,000 bags of crisps and nearly 8,000 porridge pots.
The representatives of Jesse Lingard have warned off on suggestions Manchester United may try and use the West Ham loanee as a makeweight in a deal to bring Declan Rice to Old Trafford.
Misfiring Celtic striker Patryk Klimala is on the verge of joining NY Red Bulls after the MLS outfit lodged a lucrative bid to the Hoops hierarchy for a permanent transfer for the £3.5million Polish frontman.
Scottish football chiefs are ready to demand crisis talks with the Scottish Government over fears season ticket sales will be crippled by coronavirus.
Ambitious Stephen Glass wants Bruce Anderson to sign a new contract and to fight for a place in his new-look Aberdeen frontline next season.