Berlasconi nearing deal to buy third-division Monza
Silvio Berlasconi is closing in on a deal to buy Italian third-division side Monza, according to Gazzetta dello Sport.
The 81-year-old Berlusconi, who was prime minister for a total of nine years, was last involved in football when he sold AC Milan to a Chinese group last year.
A deal could be reached by the end of the month.
Redknapp: Mourinho and Pogba could leave Man Utd
Trio of Serie A clubs after Darmian
Whitecaps fire Robinson
Southampton eye Boakye
Boakye currently features on loan for Red Star Belgrade after being sold to Chinese side Jiangsu Suning for £5million in February.
The forward scored against Southampton in a preseason friendly and has scored 42 goals in 51 games since joining the Serbian club.
Abramovich wants £3b for Chelsea
The Russian billionaire is exploring a sale of the club as he continues to have visa troubles
Abramovich has not been seen in London since the spring, when the U.K. government did not renew his visa amid ongoing troubles between Russia and the U.K.
The billionaire has owned Chelsea since 2003, but is now looking to sell and has rejected bids in excess of £1.74b ($2.3b) already.
England to offer Rice fast track to senior side
The England-born Rice has represented Ireland in three friendlies, but the 19-year-old has now taken a temporary step away from the international game to consider his future.
Rice would be offered a spot in England's U-21 side next month, before he is called up to the senior team in November.
Inter eyeing Lyon star Tousart
The Serie A side have made an initial inquiry into the 21-year-old's status, and are considering making a bid in January.
Mourinho tells Pogba he won't captain Man Utd again
The manager was furious with the midfielder's comments after the team's draw against Wolves
Jose Mourinho has told Paul Pogba that he will not captain Manchester United again.
The manager was angered by Pogba's performance and comments following the team's 1-1 draw to Wolves on Saturday.
Mourinho has taken the action to demonstrate his authority to his squad and remind everyone at Old Trafford that nobody is bigger than the team.
Bonucci's son playing for Torino
Lawrence signs Red Bulls extension
The New York Red Bulls have signed Jamaican international left-back Kemar Lawrence to a new contract.
Sako set to sign for West Brom
The 30-year-old is out of contract after leaving Palace at the end of the 2017-18 season and could join the Baggies this week ahead of their Championship clash with Preston.
Sako has been on trial with West Brom, where he has impressed manager Darren Moore to earn a short-term deal.
Vasquez to suffer with Vinicius rise
PSG fighting to keep Di Maria from Juventus
Ex-Man Utd ace a target for Turin giants
Out of contract in June 2019, the Argentina international can negotiate with clubs from January.
Juve are keen on the player, but PSG are determined to keep him in the French capital.
Ex-Man Utd striker facing possible drugs ban
Giuseppe Rossi could be suspended for a year if found guilty of breaking anti-doping regulations.
The ex-Italy international forward reportedly tested positive for dorzolamyde, a drug that can usually be found in anti-glaucoma medication, following the Serie A clash between Genoa and Beneveto on May 12.
Everton the best place for me - Bernard
Blanc set for Roma post?
Premier League is 'interesting' for Low
Arsenal and Man Utd in for Lille hitman
The winger has started the season in electric form and recently netted his first hat-trick against Amiens.
Although LOSC have said that it will be difficult to part with him, Barcelona are also circling and it will be difficult for them to resist.
Pogba wants Juventus return
Man Utd ace to head back to Serie A?
The World Cup winner's relationship with Jose Mourinho continues to be problematic, which could ultimately force him to leave.
However, Barcelona are still very much on the case.
Bayern scouting Benfica goalkeeper
Brendan Rodgers' son on trial at Falkirk
Brendan Rodgers' son Anton is currently on trial with Scottish Championship side Falkirk, according to Herald Scotland.
Rodgers played the full 90 minutes in Falkirk reserves' 5-1 defeat to Dundee United as he hopes to win a contract with the club.
Benfica set to release Luisao
The 37-year-old has played over 500 games for the Portuguese club, but has not yet featured this season. He was also left out of Benfica's Champions League squad and is considered the fifth-choice centre-back.
As a result, the 44-time Brazil international will be allowed to leave Benfica, with the club agreeing to mutually terminate his contract.
Conte not interested in Roma job
The Italian has decided to take a year off since leaving the Blues, leaving Tianjin Quanjian boss Paulo Sousa as the frontrunner should Roma cut ties with current manager Eusebio Di Francesco.
Roma have given Di Francesco two games to turn things around or else will look elsewhere following a poor start to the Serie A season.
Man City is the best place for Foden to become a star
Phil Foden has struggled to feature regularly for Manchester City yet, but that does not mean that he cannot become a star at the Etihad Stadium.
Mourinho's Alexis plan is falling apart
De Jong becoming more expensive for Barca every day
Frenkie de Jong's value is sharply increasing, according to a report from Mundo Deportivo.
De Jong wants to play with Lionel Messi but the Amsterdammers won't make him easy to sign.
Ben Arfa could take PSG to court
West Ham risk losing teen standout Rice
West Ham and Declan Rice are far apart in their contract talks with the London club at risk of losing him, according to the Daily Mail.
Rice's contract runs through 2020 and has him on £3,000 a week, with the club ready to raise that to £12,000 - something that the teenager and his representatives believe is insultingly low.
West Ham are refusing to come off their offer, which only increases the chances Rice leaves as he draws interest from the top clubs in the Premier League.
Arsenal checking in on Rennes prospect
A number of Premier League teams along with Inter Milan have been looking at the £20 million-rated ($26m) Sarr, and Rennes have insisted he will not be sold in January.
Real Madrid and Man Utd after £72m De Jong
The Ajax man prefers a move to Barcelona, but Madrid are ready to pay €80 million (£72m) to sign the midfielder as they see him as the successor to Luka Modric.
Multiple clubs are eager to talk to De Jong about personal terms, but his representatives may wait until an agreement with Ajax is reached before opening negotiations.
Ferretti staying with Tigres instead of taking Mexico job
Mexico interim manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti was seen as the leading candidate to take over El Tri on a full-time basis but said Monday he'll be staying with Tigres.
The 64-year-old has said he would accept the job only if either Tigres fired him or the Mexican federation paid his buyout clause with the club.
But it appears no agreement will be forthcoming, though Ferretti plans to remain El Tri's interim boss through the October and possibly November friendlies.
Conte on Roma coaching list
The former Chelsea manager is on the shortlist to replace Eusebio Di Francesco should Roma decide to make a change after a slow start to the season.
Mourinho blasted Pogba after Wolves draw
Pogba made a mistake leading to Wolves' equaliser and Mourinho demanded more concentration while warning those mistakes were being highlighted in the club's slow start to the campaign.
That, in turn, prompted Pogba's public questioning of Mourinho's tactics, saying the team needed to "attack, attack, attack" when playing at home.
Aston Villa set to open talks with Chester over new deal
Chester was the subject of interest from Stoke City over the summer and has 18 months left on his current contract.
Grealish signed a five-year deal on Monday, which will see his previous salary more than doubled.
Benitez set for transfer summit with Newcastle management
Rafa Benitez is set for a meeting to discuss Newcastle's January transfer policy, according to the Telegraph.
The Spaniard is ready to make a series of requests to managing director Lee Charnley, who reports to owner Mike Ashley.
Benitez's meeting is seen as vital to the manager's future with the club following a frustrating summer window.