Manchester United target Bruno Fernandes will have left Sporting Lisbon by the summer while Paul Pogba may decide to exit Old Trafford, according to their agents.
Frank Lampard admits he is out to silence doubters like Roy Keane by making a success of his Chelsea tenure.
Marcus Rashford has vowed to return for Manchester United “fitter than ever” as he recovers from a stress fracture of the back.
Manchester United and England striker Marcus Rashford is facing at least six weeks on the sidelines with a stress fracture of the back.
Sergio Aguero was thrilled to have secured a twin entry into the Premier League history books with his hat-trick against Aston Villa, but remains hungry for even more goals.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola named both Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus in his starting line-up for first time in a Premier League match since September 2018 against Aston Villa on Sunday.
Celtic captain Scott Brown believes VAR is “killing the game” despite growing pleas for its introduction to Scottish football.
Peter Wright will aim to move on from a feisty semi-final against Gerwyn Price and take his game to another level against Michael Van Gerwen in a bid to to win the PDC World Championship title.
Vincent Kompany has urged Manchester City to tie manager Pep Guardiola down to a new long-term contract.
Downing Street has warned the football authorities they must step up efforts to tackle racism following the latest incident at Sunday’s Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea.
Sky Sports host David Jones has apologised for “spoiling” the discussion of an alleged racist incident that occurred during Chelsea’s 2-0 victory over Tottenham on Sunday.
Calls have been made for the Government to open an investigation into racism in football after ugly scenes marred a Premier League clash.
Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger has called for anyone found to have subjected him to racist abuse to be swiftly punished – and for the fight against discrimination not to be “forgotten again in a couple of days”.
The Professional Footballers’ Association has called for a government inquiry into racism within football following allegations of racist abuse towards Chelsea’s Antonio Rudiger in Sunday’s win at Tottenham.
Gary Neville has reiterated the call for direct action against racism by players walking off the pitch – and admitted he was “ashamed” not to have done so in support of former team-mate Ashley Cole.
Bristol City boss Lee Johnson felt the late penalty which earned Sheffield Wednesday a 1-0 victory should not have been awarded.
Martin Peters has been described as “a great person” and a “wonderful footballer” by his former West Ham team-mates.
Peter Wright came dressed as an elf and narrowly avoided being left on the shelf after a deciding-set tie-break at the PDC World Championship.
Raheem Sterling took his Manchester City goal tally for the season to 18 with a brace in the 3-1 win at Oxford on Wednesday night, but insists silverware is the main drive for him.
What the papers say Manchester United will not support any move by Paul Pogba to leave in January, the Daily Mail says. Pogba’s return from two and a half months out with an ankle injury has been delayed by illness. The star midfielder, however, won no new friends at United by posting a video of himself dancing at his brother’s wedding on the weekend after news of his illness was announced. While he is said to be keen on a move to Real Madrid or Barcelona, United have no intention of selling him.
Vitor Pereira appears to have ruled himself out of the vacant Everton job but would welcome an approach from a Premier League club in the future.
Rafael Benitez says he has no interest in the vacant managerial positions at Everton or Arsenal.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer called for stern action and education in the wake of “unacceptable” alleged racist abuse aimed at his players during the win at Manchester City.
Pep Guardiola believes Mikel Arteta would be a suitable replacement for him when he leaves Manchester City.
Sir Ian Botham has spoken of his shock and sadness at the death of “big brother” Bob Willis.
Cricket lost “a dear friend” on Wednesday following the death of former England captain Bob Willis.
It's no wonder that many batsmen were left feeling slightly petrified when Bob Willis began his menacing run towards them.
Former England captain and cricket pundit Bob Willis has died at the age of 70.
Arsenal’s interim head coach Freddie Ljungberg has no immediate designs on becoming permanent Gunners boss.
Watford boss Quique Sanchez Flores maintains it would be a “big mistake” just to focus on his own position as the club battle for Premier League survival.
Manchester City chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak is hopeful manager Pep Guardiola will stay at the club “for years to come”.
LGBT equality charity Stonewall has praised Wycombe goalkeeper Ryan Allsop after he reported homophobic abuse during his team’s League One match at Tranmere.