Real Madrid will offer Mauricio Pochettino an escape from Tottenham after making him their No 1 target to replace Julen Lopetegui accoring to one of Tuesday's papers.
- Real Madrid will offer Mauricio Pochettino an escape from Tottenham after making him their No 1 target to replace Julen Lopetegui.
- Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal are on red alert as Barcelona tell Ousmane Dembele to find a new club in January.
- Jose Mourinho is furious that a transfer summit with Manchester United chief Ed Woodward was cancelled at the last minute.
- Real Madrid's players have blocked the appointment of Antonio Conte as Lopetegui's successor over his managerial style while at Chelsea.
- Hector Bellerin could miss Arsenal's Premier League date with Liverpool with a thigh injury, perhaps meaning a rare chance for Carl Jenkinson in the first-team squad.
- Stuart Broad could be dropped for the first time in almost 10 years for England's first Test in Sri Lanka, with Sam Curran his possible replacement.
- Gareth Bale has been blamed for Julen Lopetegui's sacking at Real Madrid.
- Liverpool owner John W. Henry says Jurgen Klopp can end the club's trophy drought with 'a special season'.
- Rafa Benitez believes he'll finally get the cash to improve his team now Mike Ashley has seen Newcastle first hand.
- Jermain Defoe has been assured he still has a future at high-flying Bournemouth despite a lack of action this season.
- Loris Karius could return to Liverpool in January with Besiktas making an offer to cancel his loan.
- Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba has been fined £350 and hit with three penalty points on his licence for speeding.
- Mason Mount's big chance to shine for Derby against parent club Chelsea could be scuppered by a foot injury.
- Aston Villa boss Dean Smith is plotting an £8m swoop for Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Barry Bannan.
- Bristol Rovers striker Stefan Payne has apologised for a rude hand gesture he made towards the club's fans after the loss at Barnsley.
- Aberdeen will not demand a 50/50 ticket split with Celtic for December's Betfred Cup final.
- Steven Naismith could add to Scotland's striker woes as he awaits results of a scan on his knee injury.