All the news and rumors transmitted from the Saturday newspapers…
Wilfried Zaha could avoid new contract talks and leave Crystal Palace next summer as he looks to move to one of the top six clubs.
Rhys James admitted that a surgeon told him he could be out for two months due to a knee injury he sustained against Milan earlier in October.
It is reported that David de Gea may leave Manchester United at the end of the season, with a number of La Liga teams set to sign the Spanish star.
Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool are in pole position if Frenkie de Jong decides to leave Barcelona in the January transfer window.
Marseille have ruled out the possibility of signing Cristiano Ronaldo in the January transfer window, with CEO Pablo Longoria claiming his squad is more about the team than any individual.
Tim Howard has criticized former Everton team-mate Royston Drenthe’s behavior at the club as “appalling”.
Former Wigan and Celtic defender Gary Caldwell is on his way to becoming Exeter City’s next manager.
Edwin van der Sar appears set to return to Manchester United after reports emerged that Eric ten Hag has taken a move to bring the former goalkeeper back to Old Trafford.
La Liga clubs are on the verge of strike, as Barcelona and Real Madrid’s plan takes a new turn.
Aston Villa has made Ruben Amorim their number one managerial target – but it will come at a world record price.
Jesse Marsh is expected to be in charge of Leeds United’s match against Fulham.
Ruben Amorim is among the candidates Aston Villa have spoken to about replacing Steven Gerrard.
Sporting Lisbon coach Ruben Amorim refused to be drawn into the Aston Villa job.
A charter for Premier League owners has quietly entered into force this season that obliges them to listen to their fans, support the football pyramid and only qualify for Europe on “current sporting merit”.
Former Arsenal vice-chairman David Dean said at a fan meeting this week that he was “sad and heartbroken” after the club refused to store his resume or promote it in any outlet.
The end of Liz Truss’ government, and the departure of her special advisor Jason Stein from the number 10 jersey, have raised hopes among activists that the independent legal regulator of football will return to the table.
Russia’s anti-doping agency has sparked further controversy by announcing that its ruling in the doping case of Kamila Valeeva will remain confidential.
The 22-year-old Tottenham agent has played down Spurs boss Antonio Conte’s hopes of ending a January transfer to Valencia goalkeeper Gheorghe Mamardashvili, confirming his desire to stay in Spain for the foreseeable future.
The World Cup in England is piling up in a pile of rubble – the team’s hotel was a construction site just a month before kick-off.
It is reported that Manchester United may target Joao Felix in January to replace Cristiano Ronaldo.
Reportedly, former Chelsea assistant Jodi Morris has been in talks about becoming the new West Brom boss.
Ruben Neves admits it would be a “privilege” to play for Barcelona in a blow to Manchester United and Arsenal.
Lionel Messi criticized England when he said the two teams believed they had the best chance of winning the World Cup.
Manchester United and Arsenal have been told they will need to pay £88m to sign Victor Osimhen from Napoli.
Nemanja Vidic almost went to Liverpool before Sir Alex Ferguson bumped into him at Manchester United.
Stephen Robinson is the main competitor for the job vacancy in Northern Ireland.
Sid Sutton, CEO of Sale Sharks, has called for independent organization of the Premier League to end the culture of “self-interest” among club owners.