Celtic are reportedly set to sign Manchester City winger Patrick Roberts.
Adidas has written to the IAAF to inform athletics’ embattled governing body it is terminating its sponsorship deal three years early, according to reports.
Wall Street’s heavy hitters have a secret: the performance coach.
The finest player in the world looked for a long time here on Sunday evening like one of the worst, and Novak Djokovic goes through to his 27th straight grand slam quarter-final a relieved but worried champion after taking five sets to beat the world No15 Gilles Simon.
Serena Williams says she is lonely. She doesn’t much like it, either, a long way from home with nothing to do but deliver serial beatings to lesser players at the Australian Open and walk the very pleasant streets of Wimbledon.
Golf’s aristocracy has been enlarged to a quartet. Cynics once claimed Rickie Fowler could not be classed among the elite, that colour and character were not backed up by tangible reward. An anonymous survey of fellow players even insisted he was among the most overrated in this sport.
A former Labour minister has said the party risks another “walloping” at the next election because of its failure to learn the lessons from its 2015 defeat.
Arsenal legend Ian Wright has his say on the future of former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho amid new Manchester United rumours.