Arsenal and Liverpool will go head-to-head in vying for the signature of Real Betis teenager Dani Ceballos.
Moussa Sissoko has risked angering Newcastle fans by claiming Crystal Palace are a bigger club.
Olivier Giroud was booed by France supporters after a poor performance during Les Bleus’ friendly win over Serbia in Bordeaux.
Switzerland midfielder Gokhan Inler has warned tonight’s England opponents that his team will not be lying down and treat the Wembley match like a friendly.
Roy Hodgson has told Raheem Sterling he has to become a match-winner for England.
Wayne Rooney has buried the hatchet with Sir Alex Ferguson by calling his old boss “the greatest manager of all time”.
Wayne Rooney has suggested England winger Raheem Sterling made the right move in opting to leave Liverpool for Manchester City.
Wayne Rooney says he will never quit international football and wants to set an England goalscoring record that will last generations.
Tony Pulis has told striker Saido Berahino he should knuckle down at West Brom and earn respect among his team-mates and stop “rocking the boat”.
Wayne Rooney has urged England supporters to get behind his new international strike partner Harry Kane.
Clubs now pay more out in wages than transfer fees, according to a “staggering” FIFA report.
Manchester United’s 19-year-old striker James Wilson has had over 20 clubs making enquiries about his availability for a loan move.
Iker Casillas has branded Manchester United “ungrateful” for their treatment of his fellow Spain goalkeeper Victor Valdes.
Wales and England could be getting cosy for Euro 2016, with the Welsh FA checking out potential locations for their French HQ close to England’s site in Chantilly.
France midfielder Paul Pogba, 22, has hinted he could leave Juventus next year. The former Manchester United player was linked with a move to Chelsea during the summer. (Telefoot via Talksport)
Southampton are reluctant to do business with Tottenham and will not sell them Kenya midfielder Victor Wanyama, 24, next season for any price. (Telegraph)
Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea, 24, is ready to play for Spain on Tuesday and could make his first appearance of the season for the Red Devils against Liverpool on Saturday. (Times)
Argentine Sergio Romero, 28, knows De Gea’s return leaves him with a fight to keep the number one shirt at Old Trafford. (Sun – subscription required)