Alex Pritchard and Shaquille Coulthirst have been linked with a possible move to Spanish rivals Barca and Real. Is a move likely?
Arsenal hit the jackpot, announcing on Friday one of the sport’s most lucrative sponsorship deals, which could be their winning ticket to long-awaited glory.
Rafael Benitez coming in at Chelsea has opened up a can of worms over how the club may behave in the transfer market. With Benitez only in until the end of the season, can Chelsea expect any big signings?
Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger has outlined his theory that creating attacks and scoring goals is harder than defending against conceding them.
Jenson Button believes he will benefit from Lewis Hamilton's move to Mercedes, saying it will give him the best chance to win another Formula One world championship.
On paper, pop stars are in the business of selling tunes and gig tickets. In fact, we all know they really sell an unattainable idea of fabulousness, as established by the star system of old Hollywood.
The day Zlatan Ibrahimovic left Barcelona he walked out of the Camp Nou offices, gathered the media round him and let rip. "The philosopher broke my heart," he spat.
Not too long ago, one of Mark Hughes's signings for Queens Park Rangers went to see the manager in his office and decided to lay it on the line.
When the Premier League was introduced in 1992, Sir Alex Ferguson described it as "a piece of nonsense" that sold supporters "right down the river".
This is a flat-footed remake of a mildly amusing 1966 caper movie starring Michael Caine as a cockney conman posing as an aristocrat who hires chorus girl Shirley MacLaine to help him cheat the infinitely rich Herbert Lom in Hong Kong and in a fictitious Arab state.