Lyon forward Alexandre Lacazette is to be offered a new contract claims his chairman, complicating any potential move to Arsenal.
Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o has laughed off comments from Jose Mourinho about his age.
Gedion Zelalem of Arsenal is tipped for the top, but what's holding him back from the first team right now?
Real Madrid smashed Schalke for six at the Gelsenkirchen, but the German side's last minute consolation has to be seen to be believed.
Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet has praised Reds boss Brendan Rodgers for giving confidence to his players.
Southampton winger Josh Sims took the plaudits for a dream debut after both scoring and creating goals in England's 2-0 win over the Netherlands. Tottenham Hotspur starlet Joshua Onomah also found the net.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger left record-signing Mesut Ozil out of the squad for the Gunners' 4-1 victory over Sunderland last weekend at the Emirates.
Seven months after succeeding Sir Alex Ferguson, David Moyes is already on borrowed time at Manchester United.
Liverpool flop Fabio Borini is still hoping that his form for Sunderland will earn him a late call-up to the Italy squad for the World Cup.
Nottingham Forest have escaped punishment from the Football League after settling a cash row with Chelsea regarding the Nathaniel Chalobah loan move.
With some massive Premier League clashes on the card this weekend (Everton v Liverpool, Chelsea v Man Utd), there is a good chance for a few players to impress and improve their club status. Here are five of them.
An off-hand and off-colour remark by Barack Obama may have signalled a decision by his campaign to go nuclear on Mitt Romney's shifting ideological track record.
A captain who allegedly used racist language, the striker allegedly caught with prostitutes, a left back that allegedly shoots the kid on work experience (with a pellet gun) - the list goes on and on. Footballers, it appears, can be guilty any number of misdemeanours and escape unscathed. Even the big clubs like Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool seem unable to reign in their star players.