Manchester United’s David de Gea is set for a recall against Liverpool after peace talks with manager Louis van Gaal.
Pat Nevin has launched a no-holds barred attack on the Scottish FA for their second-rate preparation for games. The former Scotland winger claims Gordon Strachan’s team ended up having to eat a post-match meal at an airport Burger King because the organisation of their trip to Georgia was so chaotic.
Gareth Bale is the heir apparent to Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo as the king of world football – according to his agent.
Arsenal are confident Danny Welbeck will play again before the end of the year – despite Roy Hodgson writing the England striker off for the next six months.
Roberto Martinez has started using a drone to analyse his Everton training sessions.
Former Barcelona striker Pedro has defended his decision to team up with ex-Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho at Chelsea.
Per Mertesacker has returned to full training and is back in contention for a return against Stoke.
Fabian Delph made the shortest England appearance ever after he was injured just nine seconds into the European Qualifier against Switzerland.
Kevin Nolan is training with League Two side Leyton Orient following his release by West Ham.
Manchester United have received no enquiries for midfielder Ander Herrera, despite reported interest from La Liga pair Valencia and Barcelona.
Chelsea and Manchester United target John Stones could be good enough for Real Madrid, claims former Everton scout Tony Henry.
Arsenal captain Mikel Arteta has revealed he is fully fit after a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
Gordon Strachan is expected to extend his tenure as Scotland manager.
English clubs spent almost $1bn on players in summer transfer window – more than twice as much as any of Europe’s top five leagues.
Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker will be available for Arsenal this weekend, while Danny Welbeck is on course for a Christmas return.
Chelsea target Paul Pogba, 22, says he turned down the opportunity to leave Juventus this summer because he felt there was “no motive” to do so. (Daily Mirror)