All the top stories and transfer rumors from Wednesday’s papers…
Manchester United are reportedly in talks with Cody Gakpo’s agents as they look to sign the PSV star.
Cristiano Ronaldo has been dealt a major blow in his search for his new club after leaving Manchester United, with Bayern Munich ruling out the prospect of signing him.
Chris Wilder has thrown his hat into the ring for the vacant Queens Park Rangers job.
Chelsea boss Graham Potter and owner Todd Boehly are considering a move for a No.1 goalkeeper in the summer, placing the futures of Kepa Arrizabalaga and Edouard Mendy in doubt.
The departure of Juventus chairman Andrea Agnelli from the club is seen as a serious blow to attempts to revive the European Super League.
Danny Carey, who joined Eddie Jones’ staff only last month as a training co-ordinator to try and improve the culture in England’s dressing room, is already considering his position.
The RFU’s plans for a 20-team competition featuring teams from the Premiership and Championship will be blocked by teams in the second tier
Belgium goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois says if Belgium discover anyone ‘leaking’ information about alleged bust-ups in their squad, they will be banned immediately.
Bayern Munich are reportedly “still working” on a deal to lure Harry Kane from Tottenham with the England skipper set to decide his future after the World Cup.
Manchester United transfer targets Cody Gakpo and Jeremie Frimpong could cost the club up to £65m this winter, according to reports.
Juventus could be forced into a fire sale that would have Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal interested.
Manchester United and Brazil winger Antony has remarkably claimed that the air conditioning in World Cup stadiums made him sick.
Midfielder Carlos Soler, who only joined Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the summer window, has already been linked with a move away, which is sure to increase interest from former suitors Arsenal.
Thibaut Courtois and Eden Hazard have denied rumors of a major rift in the Belgium squad despite an open exchange between the players during a team meeting.
Journalists from Israel, who normally wouldn’t even be in Qatar, have received little help when trying to interview fans at the World Cup, and many are openly hostile to them once it’s clear where they’re from.
Bookies have stopped taking bets on man-of-the-match awards at the World Cup amid talk that social media tips are urging followers to vote for certain players even if they are under-performing.
Ten of the women who accused Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson of sexual misconduct while he was a member of the Houston Texans plan to attend his first game back from suspension, which took place in the Texas city on Sunday, to show that It is “not something that is over”.
Aberdeen boss Jim Goodwin has been warned to expect an “uncomfortable” 90 minutes when his side face West of Scotland League side Darvel in the Scottish Cup.