United to pursue new Pogba deal
The Frenchman is Zinedine Zidane’s number one target at Santiago Bernabeu, with Los Blancos set to launch a formal bid for his services next summer.
Inter eyeing Jovic
The 21-year-old scored 36 times in 75 appearances for Eintracht Frankfurt before completing a switch to Real in the early stages of June - signing a long-term deal in Madrid.
Jovic has featured in each of Madrid's four La Liga matches at the start of the 2019-20 campaign.
Inter eye Giroud as Lukaku backup
The Serie A side are looking for a forward to back up Romelu Lukaku, and the Frenchman could be an ideal fit after Tammy Abraham's form has kept him out of the lineup at Chelsea.
Zidane blocked moves for Eriksen and Van de Beek
The Frenchman was entirely focused on landing Paul Pogba instead
Madrid had agreed terms with both players but Zidane rejected the moves, instead focusing his attention on an unsuccessful bid to sign Paul Pogba.
Zidane's relationship with president Florentino Perez is thought to be strained, with the Frenchman's job under threat as a result.
Killie offer new Thomas deal
'Bayern more of a family than Liverpool' - Coutinho
The 27-year-old left Anfield for Camp Nou in 2018 but the transfer faield to work out ahead of his switch to Bayern.
"Bayern are more of a family than my old clubs," said the Brazilian.
"I know there's the atmosphere of Liverpool, but it's even more of a family here."
Marx Lenin leaves red (and black) army
Flamengo's uniquely named attacking midfielder Marx Lenin has left the club on loan to join recently promoted Avai.
The 19-year-old will stay at the club until the end of the 2020 season.
Flamengo are generally thought of as Brazil's biggest club but with his contract up next year, Lenin will presumably be hoping to impress in the more proletarian surroundings of Avai to earn himself a new deal or a move elsewhere.
Celtic tracking Blades teenager Parkhouse
The Northern Ireland under-21 international has reportedly caught Celtic's eye while on loan at Derry City, where he has scored 18 goals in 32 appearances.
Parkhouse's deal at Bramall Lane is up at the end of the season, and with Celtic classed as a foreign club to United, they could enter negotiations over a pre-contract deal in January.
Kokorin returns to Zenit after prison
Zenit St Petersburg have re-signed former striker Aleksandr Kokorin after his early release from prison, handing the 28-year-old a one-year contract.
Kokorin and fellow Russian international Pavel Mamayev were imprisoned in May this year for hooliganism after attacking a trade ministry official and beating up a driver in October 2018.
Both players were granted an early release on Tuesday after a successful appeal.
Eto'o backs Xavi for Barcelona job
Ernesto Valverde has found himself under some pressure after Barcelona's underwhelming start to the season, and former Barca forward Samuel Eto'o thinks Xavi could be the man for the job.
Xavi has long been tipped for a coaching career and, currently in his first managerial role in Qatar, would surely relish the chance to manage the club where he made his name.
Chelsea in talks with youngsters
Holtby nears Blackburn move
Holtby spent just under two years at White Hart Lane after signing from FC Schalke in 2013, however, his time at Spurs went poorly.
He played just 42 times for Spurs, scoring three goals.
Norwich's Webber signs extension
Webber was one of the crucial factors in the Canaries' promotion last season and is committing his long-term future to the club.
He played a significant role in the appointment of manager Daniel Farke in May 2017 and now manages the club's recruitment and development policy.
Hearts after Motherwell boss Robinson
The management had concerns about Levein’s position even before fans stormed Tynecastle after last weekend’s defeat against Motherwell.
That has seen them put together a contingency plan in case things don’t improve, and Robinson is believed to be on Hearts’ radar.
Man Utd tie Lindelof to new five-year deal
Victor Lindelof has signed a new five-year contract at Manchester United, the Premier League club have confirmed.
The 25-year-old Swedish international has committed his future with a deal running until the summer of 2024, with the option of a further year's extension.
He has made 74 appearances for United since joining from Benfica in 2017, and has particularly impressed since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's appointment at Old Trafford last season.
Krikorian not interested in USWNT job
Florida State head coach Mark Krikorian says he is not interested in the vacant U.S. women's national team head coaching job.
Krikorian was one of four potential candidates for the position selected by new general manager Kate Markgraf.
However, the coach told the Tallahassee Democrat, "They approached me multiple times and every time I told them that I'm not interested."
Did Madrid sell the wrong man? Navas harshly treated amidst Courtois crisis
Thibaut Courtois has struggled for the club this season, and now he'll go head-to-head with his former team-mate in Wednesday's Champions Laegue clash.
Partick Thistle sack manager Caldwell
Partick Thistle have sacked manager Gary Caldwell, the club confirmed in a statement.
The manager, who had previously taken charge at Chesterfield and Wigan, took over at the club in October 2018, avoiding relegation in his first and only season.
The club currently sits second from bottom in the table.
Neymar did everything in his power to leave PSG - Tuchel
Paris Saint-Germain head coach Thomas Tuchel has said that Neymar did ‘everything in his power’ to leave the club in the summer.
Tuchel says that, while he understands fans’ anger towards the player, Neymar has remained a model professional and insists that he will continue to give everything for the club’s cause this season.
Wembley to host 2023 Champions League final
Zeni St Petersburg's Krestovsky Stadium and Bayern Munich's Allianz Arena are also going to be announced as the venues for the 2021 and 2022 finals, respectively.
Additionally, the name of a third European club competition will be revealed, set to begin in 2021.
Villa wanted Mignolet
Mignolet has suggested that Liverpool's valuation of him was considered too high by Premier League suitors including Crystal Palace and Bournemouth, and also explained that he rejected Porto and Benfica in order to remain in the national team picture.mignol
Sancho does not know where his future lies
Jadon Sancho has admitted that he does not know where his future lies, according to the Independent.
However, Sancho has been coy over what his future holds, with a return to England still a possibility in the transfer windows to come.
Flynn rejects Lincoln to stay with Newport
Michael Flynn has rejected the advances of Lincoln City to remain Newport County boss, according to Sky Sports.
Lincoln are in need of a new head coach after losing the Cowley brothers to Huddersfield Town.
However, despite the club allowing Flynn to negotiate with the League One outfit, the former Newport player has opted to stay at the club he has been managing since 2017.
Man Utd to go for Wilson in January
With 17-year-old Mason Greenwood the only available back-up to Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to add more firepower to the side.
Wilson has scored three goals in his five Premier League appearances so far this season, also adding an assist.
Ronaldo admits to almost joining Arsenal
Big payrise for Havertz
Havertz will remain with Bayer for at least one more season despite that interest, with the Bundesliga side upping his yearly take-home from €2 million (£1.8m/$2.2m) to €5m (£4.5m/$6m).
'AC Milan wanted to sign Lozano'
AC Milan technical director Paolo Maldini has revealed that the Rossoneri tried to sign Hirving Lozano from PSV during the summer but failed in their attempts and saw the winger sign for Serie A rivals Napoli.
“We looked at it and decided to buy him,” Maldini told TUDN. “We talked to his agent [Mino Raiola] but in the end there was a problem concerning where he would play on the pitch.
“Last year we played in a 4-3-3, which would have been perfect for him, but now we play in a different way.
“He was an option for us but he made the decision to go to another big club like Napoli. Also, the fact that [Carlo] Ancelotti - who is a master - is there will help him play in his best and most natural position.”
Celtic star addresses Napoli links
The 21-year-old is showing great promise in Glasgow, netting 22 goals and bagging eight assists across all competitions for the Bhoys last season.
As a result, the young talent's name had been in the headlines across the summer transfer window.
“I actually didn't know about this,” Edouard said of the links to Napoli. “And it doesn't really matter. At the moment I'm a Celtic player.
“I've got a season to play, I've got a long contract, I'm really happy with the way I'm playing, the set-up here and I'm really happy to play with my friends for the team.
"The main thing at the moment is I'm a Celtic player and I'm happy to be a Celtic player. I've still got a lot to prove.”
Hearts and Hibs eye Robinson
Craig Levein's Hearts lie bottom of the league table following their 3-2 defeat against Motherwell, and the club's hierarchy are considering appointing a new manager.
Paul Heckingbottom is also under pressure at rivals Hibs, and they too have been monitoring Robinson as a potential replacement.
Van Dijk dismisses talk of new Liverpool deal
The Dutch defender has rubbished reports that emerged earlier this month suggesting he was looking for a new contract and a pay rise.
Van Dijk has enjoyed a great deal of success since joining Liverpool in January last year, helping his side to Champions League glory and is in contention for this year's Ballon d'Or.
Serie A giants face Dortmund competition for Matic
The 31-year-old defensive midfielder is out of contract at the end of the season and will be available on a free transfer.
One of the Milan clubs appears to be the Serbian's preferred destination, but his wage demands may prohibit him from signing for the Rossoneri, although former coach Antonio Conte would be happy to have him at Inter.matic
Fati set for new five-year deal
The 16-year-old winger has managed two goals and an assist from just three La Liga appearances so far this season.
Barca are keen to tie down their young star's long-term future and want to include a €100m (£88.6m/$110.6m) release clause in the deal.
D.C. United signs Asad for 2020
Petke files lawsuit against RSL for breach of contract
Former Real Salt Lake manager Mike Petke has filed a lawsuit against the club for breach of contract.
Petke is reportedly looking for "nearly $700,000" in contract money he believes is still owed by the club.
RSL responded to the lawsuit, saying: “Real Salt Lake (“RSL”) is aware of the lawsuit filed by former head coach Mike Petke. As previously reported by RSL, Mr. Petke’s employment was terminated for cause based upon statements and actions that are unbecoming of RSL representatives, especially our head coach. The organization stands firmly behind that difficult decision.”
Hollingshead signs new deal with FC Dallas
Ryan Hollingshead has signed a new contract with FC Dallas that will see him stay at the club through 2021.
The versatile 28-year-old has become a key member of the Dallas squad and the club have handed him fresh terms ahead of the close of the 2019 season.
Madrid, Barca and Liverpool all chasing Ruiz
Mexico reaching out to Ledezma
Melbourne Victory set to sign Albanian international
The 32-year-old defensive midfielder has negotiated a release from his contract with Greek side Aris Thessaloniki and is set to move Down Under.
Basha has 29 caps for Albania and played for his nation at the 2016 European Championships.
Northern Ireland under-21 international heads Down Under
Southend want Celtic legend Larsson as manager
Southend are currently second bottom in the third tier with just one point from eight games - bottom club Bolton, docked points earlier in the season, actually have a better record in the league.
The now-47-year-old Larsson was most recently manager of Swedish side Helsingborg, quitting the post in August after complaining of abuse on social media.
Bonucci: De Ligt is Juve's future
Leonardo Bonucci says summer signing Matthijs de Ligt is the future of Juventus.
"With time we will improve: he is young and has time to adapt and become one of the best defenders in the world," Bonucci said in a press conference. "With [Merih] Demiral and [Daniele] Rugani, De Ligt can be the future of Juventus."
Castrovilli closing on new Fiorentina contract
Fiorentina are close to agreeing terms on a contract renewal for 22-year-old midfielder Gaetano Castrovilli.
Joe Barone, one of the club's leading figures behind the scenes, told Violanews.com that a deal was on the cards.
Dortmund not interested in Man Utd's Sancho enquiry
BVB rebuffed United's advances
Speaking to Viasport, Zorc said that the Bundesliga club had no interest in entering negotiations over the English starlet.
"We didn't talk to them," Zorc said of United. "They were asking us for a meeting. Sancho is not for sale."
Ivory Coast international Kanon joins Pyramids
Egyptian side Pyramids FC have signed Ivory Coast international defender Wilfried Kanon, after fighting off interest from a number of European clubs.
The 26-year-old, who has played 42 times for his country, joins from Eredivisie outfit ADO Den Haag.
Cairo-based Pyramids FC, founded in 2008, finished third in last season's Egyptian Premier League.