Manchester United have taken Sunderland defender Louis Laing on trial, Sky Sports understands.
Dan Christian has signed a deal to play T20 cricket for Middlesex this summer.
Paddy Kenny is considering his future at Leeds after finding himself frozen out of things at Elland Road, Sky Sports understands.
Scunthorpe hope to submit plans for a new £18million stadium on a new site in the town within the next six weeks.
Sepp Blatter has downplayed concerns over safety in Brazil with fewer than 50 days until the World Cup begins.
Mark Ramprakash believes that coaches who have never played international cricket must work doubly hard to convince their players they are up to the job.
Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre believes “ambitious” plans to revamp Anfield demonstrate the progress being made by the club.
French defender Sagna is out of contract this summer and if he leaves, the latest 19-year-old product of Saints’ youth academy is a possible replacement
PLUS: United are also chasing a deal for PSG star Edinson Cavani, while Liverpool defender Daniel Agger is a target for Roma
PLUS: United are also chasing PSG striker Edinson Cavani, while Liverpool defender Daniel Agger is wanted by Roma
Jose Mourinho will be given permission by the Chelsea board to pick a weakened team against Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday, with the club backing their manager’s prioritising of the Champions League.
Manchester United want to retain “a thread” of their own former players to help manage the club, with Roy Keane emerging as a credible name to assist Louis van Gaal, who appears to be the No 1 candidate to replace David Moyes.
Contrary to appearances, there can be harmony when Louis van Gaal and Roy Keane stand together. It was at Lansdowne Road in 2001 that the Dutchman acknowledged the Irishman’s man-of-the-match display in the 1-0 victory for his country which ended the Netherlands’ hopes of qualifying for the 2002 World Cup. Keane subsequently secured one vote for the World Player of the Year award – from Van Gaal.
Eloquence finally came to David Moyes in a farewell note perfectly pitched. The dignity and respect missing from Manchester United’s clandestine ousting of Moyes was set out in a statement issued by the League Managers’ Association on his behalf.
The Arsenal manager has decided he will stay on at Arsenal, and is planning a new era for the Gunners with big summer signings
The Italian club join Barcelona in the race to sign Vertonghen this summer, and Spurs could struggle to keep him
Gordon Strachan has praised Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes for bringing the Pittodrie club to life this season.
Liverpool’s commercial and footballing resurgence has been underlined as the club’s long-awaited stadium expansion plans revealed the spectacular new face of the £100m redevelopment of Anfield’s Main Stand.
Liverpool have unveiled their stadium expansion plans for the redevelopment of Anfield which could eventually boost capacity at their home of 112 years to almost 59,000.
There’s no need to feel sympathy for Moyes – he will walk away with millions for his 10 months of failure, writes Brian Reade