Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea job is safe for now and Newcastle want to secure Rafa Benitez on a new deal. It's time for the managers to dominate the back pages.
Maurizio Sarri's Chelsea job is safe for now but the club's chiefs want to see a 'plan B' when his 'Sarri-ball' tactics do not work.
Chelsea demanded an £8m loan fee from Tottenham for Michy Batshuayi, four times the amount they settled for with Crystal Palace.
West Ham pulled out of a potential loan deal for Michy Batshuayi because of his reported £170,000-a-week wages.
Fernando Llorente is pushing to earn himself a new Tottenham contract.
Charlie Austin is ready to fight for his place at Southampton after a potential move to four Premier League clubs all fell through in January.
Arsenal refused to let Eddie Nketiah leave the club on loan after deals for Ivan Perisic and Yannick Carrasco failed to materialise.
Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha faces an extended ban for mocking referee Andre Marriner after he had been sent off for dissent.
Manchester City reserve goalkeeper Aro Muric has told Pep Guardiola he can fill in for Ederson.
France are set to field the biggest pack in rugby history on Friday with their forwards weighing more than 153 stones against Wales.
Formula E racing chief Alejandro Agag wants Lewis Hamilton to head up his electric racing championship.
Roman Abramovich has sent repeated text messages to Maurizio Sarri asking for an explanation to Chelsea's recent decline.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri refused to travel on the team bus following the Blues' 4-0 loss to Bournemouth on Wednesday.
Mike Ashley has prioritised securing Rafa Benitez's future at Newcastle.
Peter Crouch admits he did not expect a return to the Premier League after completing a Deadline Day move to Burnley.
Business man Sir Gary Verity, who brough the Tour de France to Yorkshire, has emerged as a contender to be the Premier League's chief executive.
Peterbrough's director of football Barry Fry has been fined £35,000 for placing a bet on a Peterbrough striker to be League One's topscorer.
Six Nations chief executive Ben Morel has hit out at plans for a world league which would only be available on pay-TV.
Lord Coe wants to run for a second term as president of the IAAF to continue the fight against doping.
Arsenal pulled the plug on a potential Deadline Day move for Barcelona winger Malcom.
Hibernian withdrew their offer of a six-month contract to bring Efe Ambrose back to the club on Deadline Day.
Josh Taylor is set for a crack at the IBF world title in Glasgow after the Boxing Super Series shut down suggestions Ivan Baranchyk was preparing to pull out.
Udinese ended their interest in Derby midfielder Tom Huddlestone on Deadline Day.
Relegation from the Six Nations has been dismissed as "absolutely not on the agenda" by tournament organisers despite ongoing talks over the significant remodelling of the international game.