Luke Shaw should be fit to return for Manchester United after the international break as he is confident of recovering from the leg injury that prevented him playing in Sunday’s win at Swansea City.
Harry Kane has urged his England team-mates to keep their cool in Friday’s eagerly anticipated World Cup qualifier against Scotland at Wembley, echoing the sentiments of the interim manager, Gareth Southgate.
Everton have reportedly joined Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City in the race to sign Charlton Athletic striker Ademola Lookman.
Celtic and Rangers have grand reputations in the world of football, but still have the aura of rehabilitation clubs.
Momo Sissoko says he was disappointed to miss out on a move to West Bromwich Albion.
Joey Barton has been signed off from Rangers’ training ground with stress since Friday, with the midfielder’s permanent exit from Ibrox moving ever closer. Barton may become a free agent before the end of this week, with talks at an advanced stage to terminate his contract.
Alexis Sánchez could miss pivotal matches for Arsenal after suffering a calf tear while on international duty with Chile.
When Giampiero Ventura decided to exclude Sebastian Giovinco from Italy’s squad for the upcoming matches against Liechtenstein and Germany, it barely registered as a surprise.
If David Moyes is spotted in the Wembley crowd on Friday no one should be startled to see the Sunderland manager wearing a pair of Bay City Rollers trousers.
José Mourinho felt let down by Luke Shaw and Chris Smalling making themselves unavailable for Manchester United’s victory over Swansea City because he had told his squad to reward supporters who would be travelling to south Wales with a display of unswerving commitment.