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Friday October 2
Manchester United wanted Thomas Muller 'at all costs' this summer, according to super agent Giovanni Branchini.
Schalke winger Leroy Sane was a transfer target for Liverpool this summer but had no interest in a move to Merseyside, revealed the German outfit's director Horst Heldt.
England stars could have disrupted sleep at Euro 2016 next summer due to new drug-testing sanctions.
Louis van Gaal insists he will see out the 'last aim' of his managerial career at Manchester United satisfied that he has not gone the same route as long-serving managers like Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsene Wenger.
Jack Grealish has been banned from training with the England squad this week because Tim Sherwood wants him to have a 'mini pre-season' with Aston Villa.
Marco Amelia is expected to sign for Chelsea today until the end of the season as cover for Asmir Bergovic with Thibaut Courtois out until November.
Michel Platini is under growing pressure after a European football chief rubbished his explanation of a £1.35m payment from FIFA.
Claudio Ranieri has warned Jamie Vardy's critics that sticks and stones and even broken bones won't stop the Foxes striker becoming an England regular.
Chris Coleman expects Gareth Bale to prove his fitness for Wales by playing some part in this weekend's Madrid derby.
Roy Hodgson warned there would be "no guarantees" for Wayne Rooney as England future begins to take shape.
Arsenal and Liverpool may be forced to cross Jurgen Klopp off their list of potential managerial candidates because he wants to join Bayern Munich.
Turkish prodigy Enes Unal has revealed he snubbed Premier League champions Chelsea in favour of Manchester City.
Greg Dyke could be forced to explain to Parliament the Football Association's ongoing support for Michel Platini amid a criminal investigation into £1.35m the UEFA president received from Sepp Blatter.
Mathieu Debuchy is expected to review his situation at Arsenal in January after losing his place on Thursday in the France national squad ahead of next summer's home European Championship.
Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has launched another stinging attack on Arsenal, describing them as "weak", "soft" and "lacking winners".
Brendan Rodgers has dismissed suggestions that Divock Origi could go on loan in January and has insisted that it will be only a matter of time before the forward demonstrates the "excellent qualities" that prompted Liverpool to pay £10m for him in July last year.
The London Legacy Development Corporation, managers of the Olympic Stadium in London, are to fight the Information Commissioner's decision to make public the details of a rental deal with West Ham.
Hearts manager Robbie Neilson has avoided a touchline ban after being given a slap on the wrist after aiming a jibe at ref Willie Collum.
SFA chiefs have confirmed the Tartan Army could be breathalysed in Faro when Scotland face Gibraltar with fans refused entry if they drink just two pints.