Latest Paper Talk
Wednesday February 25
Burnley striker Danny Ings, 22, has rejected a move to Spanish side Real Sociedad and is closing on a deal with Liverpool this summer.
Real Madrid have cooled their interest in Manchester United keeper David De Gea and he is now likely to sign a new deal at Old Trafford.
Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner wants £150m for his club with a number of prospective buyers expressing an interest on the back of the new Premier League TV rights deal.
Dave Jones and James Beattie are on the list of favourites being considered for the vacant managerial job at Sky Bet League One side Coventry City following Steven Pressley's sacking.
Brazilian legend Ronaldo has revealed he will come out of retirement at the age of 38 and will play for the Fort Lauderdale Strikers.
Newcastle are delaying on plans to bring Argentine midfielder Jonas Gutierrez, 31, back into the first team after his 12-month fight against testicular cancer.
Ipswich have signed Leicester City midfielder Anthony Knockaert, 23, on loan until the end of the season.
Rotherham chief Tony Stewart insists manager Steve Evans is going nowhere after the Scot was linked with the Peterborough United job.
Real Sociedad boss David Moyes is keen to go back to his old club and and sign Everton midfielder Bryan Oviedo.
Non-league Kingstonian have launched an investigation after goalkeeper Rob Tolfrey brawled on the terraces with opposition fans after Monday's defeat by Bognor Regis in the Ryman League Premier Division.
Manchester United's David de Gea is set to commit himself on a long-term contract with Real Madrid appearing to be looking elsewhere for a new goalkeeper.
Barcelona forward Neymar was involved in a row with a Manchester City fan after being substituted during his side's Champions League round of 16 first-leg victory at Etihad Stadium.
The frustrations of former Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen continue after the 29-year-old picked up a new injury to knock his hopes of making his Barcelona debut before the end of the season.
Leeds owner Massimo Cellino will not return to the club when his Football League ban ends in April. Instead the 58-year-old Italian intends to appeal and clear his name in order to return to the Sky Bet Championship club in the long term.
Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore has accused Uefa of failing to stand up for European club football over the plan to move the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to winter.
The Premier League is considering legal action against Fifa over the decision to play the World Cup in the middle of the English domestic season.