All the news and rumors transmitted from the national newspapers issued on Friday…
Thomas Tuchel was left in limbo after Brexit due to his ability to stay in the UK after being sacked by Chelsea.
Elliot Anderson may soon swap international allegiance from Scotland to England after his rapid rise at Newcastle United.
US lawmakers accused Greg Norman of “pimping one billion dollars of Saudi Arabia’s money” and spreading “propaganda”.
Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe has been threatened with legal action by an executive at the Kentucky fast-food giant.
There could be more Premier League delays after the latest set of rail strikes were announced.
David Beckham got another day to pay several million pounds to tackle a new ad campaign for the World Cup in Qatar.
Veteran goalkeeper Louis van Gaal has been expelled from the Netherlands World Cup squad for “refusing to participate in the penalty tests”.
Roma coach Jose Mourinho has revealed that he still has “a few more years” before he takes the time out in his career after 22 years in management.
The leaders of England – and a host of other countries – could be banned from wearing their OneLove badges at the World Cup.
Mansfield played its second-league game against Walsall on Saturday, October 15 from 3 p.m. to 1 p.m. in an effort to tackle high energy prices. in the UK.
UEFA is set to drop plans to expand the European Championship to 32 teams in time for the 2028 tournament, which will be held in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The Arsenal duo, Oleksandr Zinchenko and Martin Odegaard, should be ready for the north London derby next weekend.
The net was quickly shut down at two Premier League clubs Gallagher with the Worcester Warriors resigning to be suspended from the league, with the Wasps needing to find £2m in 20 days.
There is a big struggle between the clients to sign up for the record-breaking Arsenal Ethan Nwaneri.
Lionel Messi’s signing for Paris Saint-Germain brought in an additional €700m (£612m) in commercial deals.
Former Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman has said he has been banned from signing former Liverpool star Georginio Wijnaldum.
Gerard Pique had a special clause in his contract with Barcelona to ensure he got more money than Sergio Ramos.
Manchester United’s director of football, John Murtaug, insists the level of spending seen this summer will not be repeated by the club after the wage bill hit record levels.
Everton and Scotland are waiting to find out the extent of Nathan Patterson’s injury after the defender was moved on a stretcher while on international duty.
American Football is seeking to join the UEFA Working Group to support workers’ compensation at the World Cup in Qatar.
According to football agent John Viola, the legendary Rangers manager Walter Smith skipped a photo opportunity with US President Bill Clinton, because he was too busy trying to sign Lee McCulloch.
Liam Fox is set to be named as the new head of Dundee United.
Former Celtic kid Joshua Bradley Hearst faces a 5,500-mile journey to train after being awarded an unlikely international opportunity by Sri Lanka.