Matosas named as Costa Rica manager
Gustavo Matosas is the new manager of Costa Rica, FEDEFUTBOL announced Tuesday.
The move doesn't come as a shock. The federation had announced last week that the former Club America and Leon boss was headed to San Jose to negotiate terms on a deal. The parties now have come to agreement, with Matosas set to travel to Monterrey with Costa Rica federation president Rodolfo Villalobos to watch Costa Rica's friendly with Mexico from the stands Thursday. He will then take in Costa Rica's match against Colombia in the United States next week before getting to work.
Morata: Hazard happy at Chelsea
"We've said that it's not that he wants to leave Chelsea but if Madrid come in for him, that won't be an obstacle," former Madrid striker Morata said to Spanish broadcaster Cuatro.
Dos Santos brothers rule out America switch
Barcelona consider approach for Moreno
Barkley hopes Hazard will stay at Chelsea
Speaking after the Blues' 3-0 win over Southampton on Sunday, in which both the Belgian and Barkley scored and assisted, Hazard said: "Real Madrid is the best club in the world. It is my dream since I was a kid. We will see."
Barkley, however, is desperate for the 27-year-old to pledge his future to Maurizio Sarri's side and continue to light up Stamford Bridge for years to come.
Milan monitoring Jadon Sancho
Henry to be named next Monaco coach
Man City renew interest in Kroos
Inter yet to open talks on Icardi contract
Mauro Icardi is yet to open talks with Inter regarding an extension to a contract which includes a €110 million (£96m/$126m) release clause, claims his agent.
The current buyout fee within the Argentine’s deal can be triggered by sides outside of Italy in the first two weeks of July.
Nobody took up that option during the summer of 2018, but the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United continue to be linked with a proven frontman who has netted 112 goals in 190 appearances for Inter.
Man Utd relaxed about De Gea deal
The Spain international goalkeeper has been locked in talks for some time, but is yet to agree fresh terms and has seen his future called into question of late.
Those at Old Trafford are, however, confident that an agreement will be reached that suits all parties.
Christensen considering Chelsea future
Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen admits he will have to consider his future options at some stage after seeing his patience tested by a lack of competitive football this season.
He told Bold: “It’s too early to talk about change for now, and when that might happen, but it’s clear that this is not a good situation for me.”
Man City to open Sane talks
The Germany international has been benched at times this season, and already has a deal until 2021, but Pep Guardiola considers him to be an important figure for the future at the Etihad Stadium.
De Rossi in line for new Roma deal
The World Cup winner is now 35 years of age, but he is club captain at Stadio Olimpico are remains as committed to the cause as ever after spending his entire career to date with his hometown club.
Man Utd plotting £40m Ake raid
Mourinho turns his attention to Cherries defender
'Arsenal have already lost Ramsey to a top-end club'
Arsenal have already lost Aaron Ramsey, according to Craig Bellamy, with the midfielder prepared to run down his contract and join “a top-end club”.
The 27-year-old has entered the final 12 months of his current deal at Emirates Stadium and has offered no indication that he will be signing an extension.
Chelsea confident Hazard will sign new contract
The Belgian forward has been in stunning form this season, with his current club eager to tie him down and end all talk of a possible switch to Real Madrid.
Real remain keen on Kane
Blancos to make €200m move for Spurs star
City skipper Kompany in Inter's sights
Serie A giants want Blues captain
The Manchester City captain will see his current contract expire at the end of the season and the Nerazzurri would welcome the opportunity to take him to San Siro as a free agent.
'Chelsea should give Hazard £750k-a-week'
He told talkSPORT: “I would give him £650k, £700k, £750k-a-week. What’s he worth on the open market, say £150million? You’re not going to be able to replace him!”
'Neymar said he would sign for Madrid'
Dani Carvajal has claimed Neymar said he would sign for Real Madrid when he trained with the youth team back in 2006.
Giroud 'not worried' about Chelsea future
Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud feels he has nothing to prove given his status as a World Cup winner and welcomes competition for places with Alvaro Morata.
It has been suggested that the France international could be on the move in January, but he has hinted that his immediate future lies at Stamford Bridge.
Mourinho set for Man Utd talks
Zinedine Zidane continues to be heavily linked with a role at Old Trafford and the current man at the helm wants to know where he stands ahead of a board meeting on Thursday.
Carvajal wants Premier League move
Real Madrid's Dani Carvajal says he would like to play in the Premier League before his career is over.
The full-back has spent his entire career with Real Madrid, save for a one-year loan with German side Bayer Leverkusen in 2012-13.
Everton prepared to part with Niasse
Barcelona set their sights on Mendy
The 23-year-old has just one full season of Ligue 1 experience to his name, but he is considered to be a player of some potential and one those at Camp Nou could mould into a star.
'Arsenal right not to bow to Ramsey demands'
Arsenal are right to have made a “big statement” in contract talks with Aaron Ramsey, says Ian Wright, with the Gunners making it clear that they will not be held to ransom.
He told BBC Radio 5 Live: "I think Arsenal have to do this, they have to make everybody else in the squad know how it's going to be from this day onwards, and that's why the withdrawal of the contract is a big statement from them."
Rooney sides with under-fire Mourinho
Wayne Rooney has offered his support to Jose Mourinho during a tough period for Manchester United, with underperforming players told to “stand up” and shoulder more responsibility.
The Red Devils legend has said: "I know Jose is getting a load of stick but I said a few weeks ago, the players have to stand up. They have to be counted and they have to be better. The manager can do so much but then it is down to the players on the pitch to produce and probably collectively."
Man Utd facing mass exodus
Senior stars ready to quit Red Devils
Paul Pogba, Luke Shaw, Anthony Martial, David de Gea, Eric Bailly and Antonio Valencia are among those prepared to quit Old Trafford and try their luck elsewhere.
Besiktas after Everton's Tosun
The Turkish forward joined Everton in January but has scored just one goal in eight Premier League appearances this season.
Besiktas is back in the market for a striker following the departure of Alvaro Negredo.
Manchester United one of several clubs to send scouts to Benfica
Jose Mourinho is believed to be after a centre-back, right winger and striker after missing out on a number of targets over the summer.
Juventus 'haven't thought about' Pogba move
Crystal Palace eyeing defender Kanon
Aston Villa linked with Chelsea's Hudson-Odoi
Hudson-Odio, who was part of the England U-17s World Cup-winning squad, is viewed as a real prospect by Chelsea.
The attacker made four first-team appearances last season, and could now join fellow youngster Tammy Abraham at Villa.
Inter make Kompany top priority
They believe they can offer Kompany one last big contract for the 32-year-old defender, with the thought that his Manchester City days will come to an end this summer.
The club is also interest in Tottenham duo Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen, but those two would be much harder to sign.
Madrid to make January approach for Hazard
The club hope the move can improve the results after a rough stretch
Hazard has been in tremendous form to start the season, scoring seven times in the Premier League already, while Madrid are mired in their worst goalless drought since 1985.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez hopes to appease the Madrid fans by bringing in Hazard and though Chelsea would not part with their man cheap, it would not end Perez's pursuit of Neymar in the summer.
Sancho could have £100 million price tag
The Dortmund teenager has Premier League interest after his strong start to the season
The former Manchester City youth player has excelled in the Bundesliga with nine assists thus far, and is believed to have attracted the interest of Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham despite signing a new deal weeks ago.
West Ham make final Rice offer
West Ham have made a final offer to defender Declan Rice in hopes a deal can be done during the international break, reports the Daily Star.
Rice has reportedly refused multiple offers thus far and the Hammers have come in with a proposed deal of around £46,000-a-week ($60K).
If the teenager turns down the deal, the Hammers will end contract talks for the remainder of the season.
Man City and Tottenham keeping eye on League One teen
The 19-year-old Sunderland man has scored nine times in just 12 league games this season and has garnered him Premier League interest as a result.
Maja was formerly in the Manchester City academy, but departed in 2015 after not receiving a scholarship to continue on.