Manchester United and Manchester City could make audacious moves for Barcelona’s Luis Suarez, according to stunning reports in Spain.
The FA’s ‘bung’ investigation into Massimo Cellino is in danger of collapsing after their star witness withdrew his evidence against the Leeds United owner.
Manchester United’s Matteo Darmian has reportedly agreed to join Inter Milan.
David Moyes claims he’s ready “to take his poison” in his desperate bid to save Sunderland’s season.
Jose Mourinho insists that Ronald Koeman will be frustrated in his stated hope of bringing Wayne Rooney back to Everton.
Sam Allardyce has rejected interest from Wolverhampton Wanderers, even though the FA would not have blocked their attempt to lure him to Molineux.
Zinedine Zidane has hinted that he could drop his superstar front three – the much-vaunted ‘BBC’ – as their struggle for goals continues.
Real Madrid’s superstars have been criticised for disrespecting their lower-league opponents after leaving the changing room of third-tier Cultural Leonesa in a disgraceful state following their Copa del Rey game in Leon.
Everton outcast Oumar Niasse could be rescued by Turkish club Galatasaray.
Samir Nasri wants to quit Manchester City and move to Sevilla permanently in the summer.
Manchester United coach Warren Joyce will meet Wigan this weekend to discuss the possibility of becoming their new boss.
Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero is tipped for a sensational switch to Arsenal, according to the bookies who have cut his odds from 16/1 to 6/1.
Brighton are lining up a January bid for Exeter whizkid Ollie Watkins.
Chelsea are reportedly eyeing a move for Paris-Saint Germain star Javier Pastore in January.
Celtic and Scotland have been rocked after defender Kieran Tierney was ruled out for the rest of the year after a freak training ground injury.
Jack Wilshere says his England axe was the final straw and admits he had to leave Arsenal to revive his career.
Ryan Giggs admits he dreads the thought of Liverpool winning the Premier League and fears this could be the season the Anfield club win their first top division title in 27 years.
New China manager Marcello Lippi, who is reportedly earning a whopping £18m-a-year, has urged his team and the country to pull together for the ‘improbable’ task of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup before he begins a thorough overhaul of the struggling football program.
The row over Leo Messi’s added-time winner at Valencia last Saturday and the objects thrown at Barcelona from the home fans has escalated to the point where the Spanish champions are on the point of breaking ties with the Spanish League.
Kilmarnock public enemy No.1 Michael Johnston faces a showdown board meeting as quit calls grow.