30th October 2021
Tottenham could let Dele Alli leave the club as soon as January and there is likely to be interest in the England midfielder from Newcastle United.
Jose Mourinho is plotting a double defensive swoop on Manchester United to try and bring Victor Lindelof and Diogo Dalot to AS Roma.
Manchester United are looking at other options as possible replacements for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as first choice Antonio Conte's "abrasive" nature is causing the board concern.
Reports in Spain suggest Real Madrid are planning a summer swoop for both Paul Pogba and Erling Haaland.
Manchester City, Real Madrid and Barcelona are the only clubs Napoli centre-back Kalidou Koulibaly would be interested in joining.
John Terry has been supported in the betting to become the next Newcastle manager and is now in the top five in the market.
Under-fire boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to go 'all in' at Tottenham to spark a Manchester United fightback.
Manchester United are plotting a raid for Real Madrid's Marvel - tipped to be the new superhero of Spanish football.
Barcelona want to get rid of on loan Sevilla striker Luuk de Jong after only two months and could cancel their loan agreement in January to make room for a different signing.
Manchester United outcast Donny van de Beek has engaged a new agent to secure his exit from Old Trafford.
Former AC Milan, Rangers and Italy midfielder Gennaro Gattuso is the latest high-profile name being 'considered' by Newcastle to become their next manager.
Jamie Vardy is aiming to become Arsenal's all-time nemesis on Saturday with Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers insisting the striker could have played for all the top clubs in England.
Emiliano Martinez tops Tottenham's wish list if Hugo Lloris leaves this summer.
Days off are a thing of the past for Newcastle United players with caretaker boss Graeme Jones taking the opposite approach to Steve Bruce.
Mikel Arteta has promoted six academy graduates to first-team training ahead of Arsenal's match against Leicester on Saturday.
Manchester United want a British manager to take over if they decide to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, with Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers their No 1 target.
Cristiano Ronaldo is reported to be keen on playing for Portugal at the 2026 World Cup, by when he will be 41 years old.
Barcelona president Joan Laporta has admitted he should have sacked Ronald Koeman before Wednesday's loss to Rayo Vallecano.
Alexandre Lacazette has reportedly made a decision to leave Arsenal at the end of his contract, with reports in Spain hinting that Atletico Madrid will finally sign the player they have long been linked with.
Super agent Jorge Mendes is pushing for his client Gennaro Gattuso to become Newcastle's next manager, according to reports in Italy.
Newcastle are reportedly prepared to meet Aaron Ramsey's huge wage demands as the club's new owners plan their first marquee signing.
Former Italy manager Arrigo Sacchi says Liverpool's team is a "masterpiece" without any real superstars but feels Manchester United look like they are "thrown together on the pitch."
Three weeks after the Newcastle United takeover, the new owners have still not been registered as directors of the club with Companies House.
Manchester United's managing director Richard Arnold has been the firm favourite to step into the executive vice-chairman's position when Ed Woodward leaves the club at the end of the year, but it is not a done deal yet.
Fifa is facing a hefty bill for the use of vanishing spray by referees at free kicks after Brazil's Superior Court found football's world governing body guilty of patent infringement.
The Saudi Arabian authorities have told Formula One teams that there will be no restrictions on dress at the grand prix in Jeddah in December after initially warning that women who attended would have to cover up.
Eddie Jones' decision to axe defence coach John Mitchell last year came after the now Wasps coach went to watch son Daryl play cricket for Middlesex against the head coach's orders.
Rangers and Celtic target Siriki Dembele is unlikely to be allowed to leave Peterborough in January and could instead sign a pre-contract agreement to move next summer.
Celtic boss Ange Postecoglou insists Tom Rogic's injury blow has underlined his need to bolster his midfield resources in January.