All the headlines and transfer rumors in Wednesday’s papers…
Manchester United are reportedly in talks with Cody Gakpo’s agent over a move for the PSV Eindhoven star.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been dealt a major blow in his search for a new club after leaving Manchester United, with Bayern Munich ruling out signing him.
Chris Wilder has donated his hat to the vacant Queens Park Rangers job.
Chelsea boss Graham Potter and owner Todd Boley are considering a summer move for a No. 1 goalkeeper, leaving the futures of Kepa Arrizabalaga and Edouard Mendy in doubt.
Juventus president Andrea Agnelli’s departure from the club is seen as a serious blow to the revival of the European Super League.
Danny Kerry, who only joined Eddie Jones’ team last month as training coordinator in an attempt to improve dressing room culture in England, is already considering his role.
RFU’s 20-team plans to compete in Premier League and Championship teams to be blocked by Second Division teams
Belgian goalkeeper Thibaud Courtois says Belgium will be sent out immediately if they find out who is “leaking” information about an alleged row within their squad.
Bayern Munich are “still trying” to seal a deal to lure Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur, with the England captain set to decide his future after the World Cup, according to reports.
Manchester United’s winter transfer targets Cody Gacpo and Jeremy Flympen could cost the club up to £65million, according to reports.
Juventus could be forced into a fire sale which would interest Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal.
Manchester United and Brazil winger Anthony claims the air-conditioning at the World Cup stadium has made him sick.
Midfielder Carlos Soler, who only joined PSG at the end of the summer window, has been linked with a move that is sure to pique the interest of former suitors Arsenal.
Thibaut Courtois and Hazard dismissed rumors of major rifts within the Belgium squad, despite a candid exchange between the players at a team meeting.
Journalists from Israel, often barred even from entering Qatar, get little help interviewing fans at the World Cup, and many are openly hostile to them once they figure out where they are from.
Bookmakers have stopped betting on the World Cup’s best player award amid rumors that social media promoters are urging fans to vote for certain players even if they perform poorly.
Ten women who have accused Cleveland Browns quarterback DeShawn Watson of sexual misconduct while members of the Houston Texans are planning to play their first game since the suspension at Texas City on Sunday to show that “Not something that is over”.
Aberdeen manager Jim Goodwin has been warned he can expect an “uncomfortable” 90 minutes when his side face West of Scotland League side Dawell in the Scottish Cup.