All the news and rumors transmitted from the national newspapers issued on Friday…
Rafael Leao is preparing to put an end to talk of a January move to Chelsea or Manchester City by signing a new long-term contract with Milan.
Sean Daichi has admitted Burnley were right to sack him last season and are hoping to return to the Premier League by throwing his hat in the ring to fill the vacant position at Bournemouth.
Arsenal will renew their interest in Shakhtar Donetsk striker Mikhailo Modric in January after he was held back by his price over the summer.
Todd Poelly has already held talks with clubs in Brazil and Portugal as he looks to start adding clubs to Chelsea’s portfolio.
Arsenal reportedly wanted to sign then-Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham before moving to Roma in the summer of 2021.
Liverpool are open to ending Arthur Melo’s loan from Juventus in January, according to reports in Italy, but only if they can secure a long-term replacement.
Danny Rose is close to a move to Greece, as AEK Athens prepares to seal a deal to bring in the former Tottenham and Watford defender on a free transfer.
England fans heading to the World Cup are facing having to take Covid tests before traveling and will need vaccine passports only to enter shops after Qatar imposed strict new rules.
AC Milan are working on options for the striker to pursue in January with the summer signing of Divock Origi, who has struggled badly since his arrival from Liverpool.
Tickets for Roger Federer’s farewell party, next week’s Laver Cup in London, have soared to nearly £24,000 after his sudden retirement was announced.
Yorkshire will pay up to £1.9m in compensation to employees it fired in the wake of the Great Buddy racial scandal, after admitting the dismissals were “procedurally unfair”.
Shane Warren’s family says Nine Network’s announcement of turning the life of the cricket legend into a two-part drama called Warnie is “disrespectful”.
A US-based consortium has registered a confirmed interest in buying Premier League club Bournemouth from Russian-born businessman Maxim Denim.
Ecuador’s hopes of retaining its place in the World Cup were dealt a heavy blow after Byron Castillo failed to appear before FIFA’s appeal committee over his citizenship on Thursday.
John Terry is set to start his football career after enrolling in the FIFA Executive Diploma course which will also feature Fabio Cannavaro and Philip Senderos.
Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga has admitted he is open to hearing more about Todd Pohle’s north-south and all-star game and has supported himself to play in it should the match be given the green light.
Didier Deschamps warned Paul Pogba that he is not an automatic selection for France’s squad for the World Cup in Qatar.
WTA CEO Steve Simon said the tour will continue to boycott China until a definitive solution is found to the Bing Shuai scandal.
Ex-Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette is set to undergo surgery on his vocal cords after suffering pain that was proven to be caused by a malignancy that also left him with a louder voice.
Jon Ram says there is no truth to rumors that his “Top 10 Player” is set to become the next LIV Golf signing.
The RB Leipzig midfielder was battered ahead of his Champions League double against Celtic, with key midfielder Konrad Laimer set to miss both matches.
Former Celtic player Simon Ferry has said Ange Postecoglou’s style of football is the best he has seen at Parkhead.
Hearts has revealed plans to significantly upgrade Tynecastle, which will include opening a hotel within Earth’s footprint.