Gareth Bale is in negotiations with Real Madrid over a new long-term contract that stands to put him in the same pay bracket as Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. The 27-year-old forward has three years to run on his deal, which is reportedly worth £300,000 a week, but Real want to tie him down, effectively, for the remainder of his top-level career.
Mark Warburton's side should focus on Hearts and Aberdeen this season, according to the former Ibrox midfielder.
Sky Sport Italia has suspended its relationship with the former West Ham and Lazio striker Paolo Di Canio after he presented a show revealing his “dux” tattoo.
José Mourinho is clear that the Europa League is not the “big dream” for his Manchester United players but the manager says he wants to win it, even though he is concerned that the competition could compromise his side’s Premier League title challenge.
Cristiano Ronaldo did not celebrate a goal last night, but that does not mean he did not score one – and a huge one at that.
Don’t blame Wembley. Don’t blame the spiffy dressing rooms or the slightly different tone and timbre of the noise around those deeply tiered stands on a close, sweaty night in London.
Melbourne Victory are interested in taking advantage of the A-League’s new guest player rule with the signing of former Chelsea star Michael Essien.
Older people on screen are an “endangered species”, it has been suggested, according to a new report chronicling ageism in major Hollywood movies.
Ford has warned shareholders that it is pouring cash into “emerging opportunities” and expects a steep decline in its financial performance in 2017.
The UK could be set to add another layer of scrutiny to its senior managers regime, by adding a requirement that bankers stick to the Bank for International Settlements' (BIS) new global code of conduct for the FX market.
Facebook's attempt to remove bias from its Trending feature by automating it may not solve the problem, says one artificial intelligence start-up.
Wal-Mart is eliminating 7,000 positions in its back offices across the U.S., the company confirmed Thursday.
Ronald Koeman added five new players to his squad this summer.