Brewster was prepared to leave Liverpool
Rhian Brewster admits he was prepared to leave Liverpool in order to fulfil his ambition.
In the end, the 18-year-old received the assurances he was looking for from Jurgen Klopp and committed to a new contract with the Reds.
A man who was linked with Arsenal and Tottenham told FourFourTwo: “I wanted to be playing first-team football and if that meant going, I’d have gone.
“But I felt it was right to stay at Liverpool and prove that I’m good enough to play in the first team.”
Dembele off to China?
Mousa Dembele is set to leave Tottenham in January, with The Sun claiming that he will be off to China.
The Belgium international has been linked with Beijing Sinobo Guoan.
Mess to keep Barca guessing
Lionel Messi is set to keep Barcelona guessing on his future plans once again, with the Argentine reluctant to speculate on whether he has another contract left in him.
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner left those at Camp Nou sweating when negotiating his last lucrative deal, before eventually agreeing terms through to 2021.
Lacazette won't be leaving Arsenal
Alexandre Lacazette claims to have given no thought to leaving Arsenal, even when he was struggling for starts.
The French striker said after netting the winner for the Gunners in a 3-2 victory over Cardiff: "I don’t know who said this stuff, but I am at one of the best clubs in London and I am happy at Arsenal.
"It’s always going to be hard to be in the first XI at a club like this, but I always keep fighting and working."
Former Man Utd striker Macheda moves to Greece
Messi gives his take on Ronaldo transfer
Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi considers Real Madrid to be “less good” without Cristiano Ronaldo, but admits Juventus have now become “clear favourites” for the Champions League.
The Argentine told Catalunya Radio: "Real Madrid are one of the best teams in the world and they have a great squad [but] it's evident that the absence of Ronaldo makes them less good."
Juve legend Marchisio joins Zenit
Liverpool snubbed Pedrinho...twice
Liverpool have turned down the opportunity to sign Corinthians star Pedrinho on two occasions this year, claims UOL Esporte.
Ajax, Chelsea and Paris Saint-Germain have also been offered the 20-year-old playmaker, but he remains in his native Brazil for now.
Griffiths hoping for new Celtic deal
Leigh Griffiths is hoping to be offered a "long" contract at Celtic.
The Scotland international striker is already tied to the Hoops until 2021, but has been in talks regarding fresh terms.
He said: "It's been going on for a number of months now and these things aren't easy to deal with, so hopefully in a couple of weeks it will be done.
"I'm not very sure about the length of the contract. That's something my representatives in the club will deal with and hopefully it's a nice, long contract."
Henderson extends Liverpool deal
Jordan Henderson has signed a new long-term contract at Liverpool, with his fresh terms set to keep him at Anfield until 2023.
The Reds skipper moved to Merseyside in the summer of 2011, so extending his deal will take him past 10 years of loyal service.
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Leverkusen consider sacking Herrlich
Heiko Herrlich could be the first Bundesliga boss to be sacked this season, as Bayer Leverkusen are already considering replacing him, says Bild.
Leverkusen have lost to Borussia Monchengladbach and Wolfsburg in their first two games of the season, causing the board to panic.
Although he guided them to fifth in the table last term, they are considering replacing Herrlich with ex-Borussia Dortmund boss Peter Stoger or Ralph Hasenhuttl, who left RB Leipzig in the summer,.
VIDEO: Leverkusen keeper parries into his own net
It looks as though Bayer Leverkusen have struggled to replace Bernd Leno after his move to Arsenal!
Check out the video below as the unfortunate Ramazan Ozcan parries into his own net to gift Wolfsburg an equaliser in a game they'd eventually lose 3-1...
Del Piero reacts to Ronaldo's lack of goals
Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero has warned Cristiano Ronaldo that Serie A can be difficult for forwards and that he must get used to playing in Italy's top flight.
Ronaldo joined Juve in the summer in a €100 million (£88m/$117m) deal although has thus far failed to find the net in the club's opening three league games of the season.
And Del Piero insists that it can be "complicated" for forward players as Italian teams focus on defending in numbers.
Berbatov: Man City wanted me... I said f*** off!
Dimitar Berbatov has revealed that he told his agent to "f**k off" when he was told of Manchester City's interest in signing him in 2008.
The Bulgarian starred for Manchester United during a four-year spell with the Red Devils although admits that he had an offer from City prior to moving to Old Trafford.
Alcacer gets going at Dortmund
Ronaldo purchases 51% share in Valladolid
Real Madrid legend Ronaldo has officially bought 51% of shares in La Liga club Real Valladolid.
Despite now owning a majority of the club, Ronaldo has agreed that president Carlos Suárez will remain in his position, while the former World Cup winner will take on the role of President of the Board of Directors.
Benkovic reveals why he pushed for Celtic move
Celtic's summer loan signing from Leicester City Filip Benkovic has revealed the reasons behind his move to Parkhead.
In an exclusive interview with Goal, Benkovic has discussed his lack of minutes at Leicester and how Claude Puel agreed that a temporary switch was the right decision.
Mourinho confident of surviving at Man Utd
Portuguese claims sacking him would cost too much
Jose Mourinho does not expect to be sacked by Manchester United any time soon, insisting it would cost the club too much money to get rid of him.
The former Chelsea boss had suffered back-to-back Premier League defeats before Sunday's win over Burnley, leading to suggestions he could be relieved of his duties.
Mourinho isn't worried, however, insisting he doesn't think he's in danger as it would cost United a significant fee to let him go.
De Gea wants £350k-a-week from Man Utd
Spaniard wants parity with Alexis & Pogba
David De Gea is demanding a mammoth £350k-a-week from Manchester United if he is to commit his long-term future to the club, according to the Sun.
United are apparently playing hardball over De Gea's demands after Real Madrid signed Thibaut Courtois from Chelsea, thus ending their interest in the Spaniard.
But De Gea wants parity with the likes of Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez as he seeks a new contract that matches his value to Jose Mourinho's side.
Midfielder leaves Birmingham City
Villarreal join race for Marchisio
La Liga side Villarreal are the latest club to express an interest in signing free agent Claudio Marchisio, according to Tuttosport.
The Italian has left Juventus following the expiration of his contract, with Zenit thought to be the front runners to sign the 32-year-old.
The likes of Porto and Benfica have also been linked although Villarreal will apparently make their move having lost midfielder Santiago Caseres for around three months to a ligament injury.
RB Leipzig confirm two new January arrivals
RB Leipzig boss Ralf Rangnick has confirmed the club have reached agreements over two January signings.
He would not reveal the players' identities, however, telling reporters: "We would have loved these players right now, but the clubs were not ready to hand them over."
German newspaper kicker reports that the two players are New York Red Bulls midfielder Tyler Adams and RB Salzburg's Amadou Haidara.
Messi tells Barca to sign a new right-back
Lionel Messi has informed Ernesto Valverde that he should look at improving the right side of Barcelona's defence when the January window opens, according to Don Balon.
Barca have won their opening three games of the Liga season and put eight past Huesca on Sunday despite initially going a goal behind.
But Messi is reportedly not convinced that Sergi Roberto is a good enough long-term solution at right-back, and fears Barca could be exploited on the right-hand side when they come up against tougher opposition.
Suso opens Milan renewal talks
Suso and AC Milan have opened discussions over a new deal, according to Calciomercato.
Suso's agent, Alessandro Lucci, and Milan technical director, Leonardo, began talks prior to the close of the transfer window.
However, there are still plenty of details to be worked out, during which time Suso can improve his on the field relationship with some of his new team-mates.
Hoeness to PSG: Find a new sporting director
Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness advised Paris Saint-Germain to replace sporting director Antero Henrique as the Bundesliga champions criticised the club's negotiations over Jerome Boateng.
Ligue 1 holders PSG tried to sign Germany international defender Boateng from Bayern but a deal never materialised before the transfer deadline, while Renato Sanches also reportedly emerged as a target.
PSG's pursuit – led by Henrique – left a sour taste in the mouth of Hoeness, who was scathing of the French club's sporting director.
Toure returns to Olympiacos
Olympiacos have completed the signing of Yaya Toure on a free transfer.
The Ivory Coast star has returned to the club he left for Monaco in 2006, five days after his agent confirmed he had completed a medical with an unnamed outfit in London.
Toure, who left Manchester City at the end of last season, says he turned down approaches from other teams in Europe, Asia and the United States in order to move back to Athens.
Juventus had agreed Milinkovic-Savic fee before Ronaldo deal
However, a last minute change of heart caused the deal to collapse
Juventus had agreed a fee for Lazio star Sergej Milinkovic-Savic before eventually signing Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Calciomercato.
The Serie A champions had an €80 million (£72m/$93m) offer accepted, only to have Lazio send it back at the last moment, believing they could get more for Milinkovic-Savic.
However, Juventus never went back for another offer and instead signed Ronaldo, with Milinkovic-Savic then deciding to sign a new deal after no new offers came in.
Pellegrini not in danger of being sacked
West Ham are winless after four Premier League games
Manuel Pellegrini is not in danger of being sacked by West Ham despite the club's winless start to the season, reports the Mirror.
Pellegrini oversaw a summer spending spree but has not backed that up with results, with the latest setback a defeat to Wolves.
His team was booed off the field after the defeat, but while a tough October fixture list awaits, West Ham's owners are not ready to cut bait with Pellegrini yet.
Lopetegui interested in Cutrone
Real Madrid head coach Julen Lopetegui is interesting in signing Milan's Patrick Cutrone, according to Don Balon.
Lopetegui has been an admirer of Cutrone since he managed Porto and tried to bring him in, but the attacker wanted to stay at Milan at the time.
Leicester eyeing Drinkwater reunion
Leicester City are keeping an eye on the possibility of bringing back Danny Drinkwater from Chelsea this January, according to the Daily and Sunday Express.
The midfielder does not look to be in new Blues boss Maurizio Sarri's plans, and Leciester may re-ignite their efforts after an enquiry was made over the summer.
However, the Foxes will face competition from Southampton for Drinkwater's services.
Simeone targets Athletic Bilbao striker
Diego Simeone is looking at the possibility of signing Athletic Bilbao striker Inaki Williams, according to Don Balon.
However, Simeone will only press hard for the 24-year-old Williams if the striker scores 15 goals in La Liga this season, so a move is unlikely before next summer.