Hazard is happy at Chelsea - Essien
Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien hopes Eden Hazard stays at the club and continues his impressive form.
Hazard was tipped to leave Stamford Bridge during the transfer window, with Real Madrid said to be interested, after admitting in July he was tempted to try "something different".
However, the Belgium star later said he was happy to stay and has been exceptional under Maurizio Sarri this season, leaving Essien hopeful the star may extend his contract, which expires in 2020.
Inter still have Modric hope
A rough start to the season for the club and Modric under Julen Lopetegui has rekindled hopes, though Inter are also keeping an eye on Ajax's Frenkie de Jong.
El Clasico could decide Lopetegui's fate
The Madrid boss has overseen a run of poor results and needs an uptick in form soon
The reigning European Champions are winless in four straight, having gone goalless over that span – their longest such streak since 1985.
While the players still back Lopetegui, the mood with the club is not good and El Clasico on October 28 could go a long way toward deciding the former Spain boss' fate.
Lozano and Gutierrez takes Martino will join El Tri
Martino has been linked to the job, currently vacant after Juan Carlos Osorio's decision to move on after the 2018 World Cup, for several weeks.
De Gea reluctant to sign new Utd deal
The goalkeeper will have his option year picked up by the club, but could leave on free in the summer of 2020.
De Gea is concerned he may not be able to compete for top honours at Manchester United, causing an impasse in discussions over a long-term deal.
Almeyda hired as new Earthquakes head coach
The San Jose Earthquakes have hired former Chivas boss Matias Almeyda as their new head coach.
Almeyda guided the Guadalajara side to the CONCACAF Champions League title in the spring, while also leading them to the the 2017 Clausura Liga MX title, two Copa MXs and the Supercopa MX.
Interim head coach Steve Ralston will continue to lead the last-place Earthquakes through the remainder of the 2018 season before Almeyda takes over for 2019.
Man Utd board split over Zidane
Former Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has been heavily linked with the role, but Ed Woodward and Co are split on whether he is the right man for the job.
Dortmund deny Sancho release clause
Jadon Sancho’s new contract at Borussia Dortmund is “without a release clause”, claims the club’s head of the licensed player department.
Herrera heading for Old Trafford exit
The Spain international, who moved to Old Trafford in the summer of 2014, will see the doors opened for him back at Athletic Bilbao if he is interested in such a switch.
'Ramsey can be Arsenal great with new deal'
Aaron Ramsey has shown Arsenal what they will get if they are “prepared to pay the money”, says Martin Keown, with the Wales international boasting the potential to become a club “great”.
The Gunners have so far been frustrated in their efforts to agree fresh terms with a man working on an expiring contract.
Hazard: Real Madrid are the dream
The in-form Belgian has said about long-standing interest from the Santiago Bernabeu: "It is my dream since I was a kid. I was dreaming about this club. We will see. I don't want to talk about this every day. I don't have time, but we will talk about my future soon."
Mourinho wants January spending spree
Man Utd want Skriniar & Romagnoli
The Inter Milan and AC Milan defenders have been targeted after Mourinho failed to sign a centre-back in the summer, and both would be available to play in the knockout rounds of the Champions League.
Skriniar and Romagnoli are each valued at £40 million (€45m/$52m).
Granqvist refusing to rule out shock Man Utd switch
Milan planning Bonaventura talks
Tottenham keeper rewarded for senior breakthrough
Man Utd youngster signs new deal
Real Madrid consider Lopetegui future
The Spanish giants are currently fourth, and have failed to score in their last four games, most recently drawing a blank in their 1-0 loss to Alaves, leading the club's hierarchy to weigh the possibility of sacking the former Spain boss.
Man Utd & Liverpool want Bergwijn
Bergwijn has scored five goals and provided two assists already this season, and is being monitored by the Premier League giants, who could readily meet his €20 million (£17.5m/$23m) release clause.
Earthquakes to hire Matias Almeyda as manager
RSL signs homegrown prospect
Gerrard: Tavernier will cost ‘loads of money’
Steven Gerrard says that James Tavernier will be costly for Premier League clubs.
“He’s got my number and he knows where I am. But he best go to the owners and ask for an awful lot of money if he wants James Tavernier."
Klopp urged to add creative midfielder
Both Jamie Carragher and Graeme Souness have urged to Reds to add a creative option tho help open matches like Sunday's 0-0 draw with Man City.
West Brom to return for Blackburn's Dack
Pogba's advice saving grace for United
The under-fire Red Devils boss asked his World Cup winning star for his input on how to turn around a dismal first half showing, with the Frenchman suggesting a deeper midfield role for himself.
Pogba was inspirational as United fought back from two goals down to inflict more misery on the Magpies and record a much-needed win on Saturday.
Messi keen on Dembele exit from Barca
Catalans to turn to Rabiot as replacement
The Spanish champions will instead look to replace the Frenchman with Adrien Rabiot, who is preferred by the Argentina international.
Henry in advanced talks over Villa job
Steve Bruce was sacked by the Championship side earlier this month and Henry, who was an assistant for Belgium during the World Cup, has been linked with the role since.
Speculation further intensified over the weekend after Celtic's Brendan Rodgers ruled himself out of the running.