Saturday's newspaper top news and transfer rumors…
The FA has extended Gareth Southgate's contract until the 2026 World Cup after it was revealed on Friday that he could be tempted to stay beyond this summer's European Championships. I hope.
Frenkie de Jong is closer than ever to leaving Barcelona as he grows increasingly dissatisfied with the current situation at the club, according to reports.
George Ford admits it's “different” no longer being part of the England international's eternal double act with Owen Farrell, but the experienced fly-half is ready for the new responsibility of running the team. He claimed to be enjoying it.
Police and football authorities in Ireland and England are set to hold high-level talks following the two countries' selection into the same Nations League group.
Former Manchester United striker Federico Macheda, who famously scored on his debut for Manchester United in 2009, said it was heartbreaking to see Old Trafford bulldozed. I admitted that I was deaf.
West Brom are cautiously optimistic that the club will be put up for sale within a month, bringing an end to the protracted takeover bid. US businessman Shiren Patel remains the frontrunner to strike a deal.
Newcastle's Saudi owners are aiming to buy Roma for £800m, according to reports.
Manchester City led an unsuccessful revolt against changes to the Premier League's financial rules that would further divide the 20 clubs.
AFC Wimbledon's Omar Bugiel said referee Ross was responsible for stopping the game against Bradford City last weekend after his assistant heard home supporters racially abusing the striker. It turns out it was Joyce.
Jamaican track and field great Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce was aiming to become a four-time Olympic champion at this summer's Paris Olympics, but will retire as she wants to spend more time with her family. admitted that.
Middlesbrough defender Matt Crooks is set to travel to the United States to negotiate a move to Major League Soccer.
Manager Jurgen Klopp believes introducing blue cards and guilt boxes to football “doesn't seem like a great idea” and will only make referees' lives even more difficult.
Former Chelsea striker Diego Costa has joined Gremio on a free transfer.
Manager Richard Masters attempted to come clean last month after angering Everton and Nottingham Forest fans by calling them “small clubs”.
Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi is keeping his cards close to his heart when it comes to Kylian Mbappé's future at the club.
The possibility of blue cards being used in next season's FA Cup could be ruled out as FIFA insists blue cards will not be reviewed for dissent or cynical tactical fouls at elite level. .
Watford owner Gino Pozzo is understood to be open to selling a minority stake in the Championship club.
English Cricket hopes to raise £100m by holding an auction to sell shares in each of the Eight Hundred franchises, with funds going to the 18 counties and the MCC.
Organizers of the alternative “enhanced games”, which allow participants to ingest performance-enhancing substances, have set a target for the first competition in 2025, but swimmer James Magnussen is 50 In order to break the meter, he said, “I'll do my best to the gills.'' Freestyle record.
Kalvin Phillips has admitted he felt “useless” during his time at Manchester City after making just four league appearances this season.
Spurs youngster Dane Scarlett has often been compared to Marcus Rashford, despite struggling on loan at Ipswich for the first half of the season.
Chelsea owner Todd Boley is reportedly set to compete with Manchester United for the signing of teenage Palmeiras forward Tallis, who has already been dubbed 'the next Endrick'.
Players from local clubs Camden United and Islington United boycotted Sunday's Wembley Cup semi-final and withdrew from the competition after discovering a misogynistic term was used in their opponents' official team name. did.
Barcelona have lost their appeal against a €23m (£20m) fine from the Spanish tax authority for historic payments to player agents – leaving the club in huge debt and a court ruling against rivals Real Madrid. He claims that he was treated differently.
England manager Gareth Southgate has revealed that he is considering a sensational call-up for Rangers number one Jack Butland.
Neil Warnock has claimed Aberdeen should have been awarded a penalty against Rangers after Conor Goldson's handball.