West Ham reportedly aren't looking to hand Dimitri Payet a new contract.
Sebastian Coe, the president of world athletics’ embattled governing body, will be under further pressure on Thursday as fresh allegations are outlined of widespread corruption at the heart of the sport.
Labour peers in the House of Lords are “pathetic” and “not up for the fight” against the Conservatives, Tim Farron has said, blaming the party’s low turnout for a string of government victories in the second chamber.
Cabinet minister Chris Grayling has spoken out against Britain’s membership of the European Union, claiming the current terms are “disastrous” for the UK.
Ronny Deila admits there are decisions to be made over Celtic trialists Kristoffer Ajer and Andrei Peteleu.
Wolves are close to signing Nicolai Boilesen of Ajax.
HM Revenue and Customs has wound up its inquiries into claims that hundreds of British customers used HSBC’s Swiss bank to evade tax, a senior official has admitted for the first time.
Leeds United's Tom Adeyemi, on loan from Cardiff City, has been dropped due to poor form.
Rangers have had two bids rejected for Michael O'Halloran, according to reports.
Leicester move joint with Arsenal following a 1-0 victory over Tottenham.
There are still six months or so before Pep Guardiola officially checks into the Premier League but English football already seems so besotted with the departing Bayern Munich manager, his easy sophistication, the Hollywood-handsome looks and knack of elevating football to its highest level, it might not be universally popular to point out he has not done his prospective new employers many favours recently.
Gareth Bale took home a souvenir from Zinedine Zidane’s first game as manager of Real Madrid, leaving the Santiago Bernabéu with the match ball signed by his team-mates.
In Danny Boyle’s gripping Steve Jobs film, the talkie action is set before a series of product launches.