Leeds United chairman Andrew Umbers says the commitment of the club's players is a real plus.
Amid ongoing speculation surrounding his future, David de Gea has reiterated that he couldn't be happier at Manchester United.
Lewis Holtby insists he doesn't regret his decision to move to Tottenham Hotspur, despite failing to make the grade in the Premier League.
The former Liverpool defender has been highly impressed with the attacking midfielder's performances over recent weeks.
Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy should block any advances for some of the club's best players.
PSG defender Marquinhos has hinted that he previously held talks with Manchester United.
The Everton forward is dreaming of a goal against rivals Liverpool.
EA have revealed the latest FIFA Ultimate Team team of the week, featuring a very key player from Arsenal and a high-flying former Chelsea man.
Liverpool’s Daniel Sturridge made a goal scoring return to action last weekend.
Chelsea have reportedly submitted an offer for Barcelona’s Seung-Woo Lee.
Richard Moore delivers everything you need to know ahead of the NFL's Wembley hosted regular season game between the New England Patriots and the 'home' side, the St Louis Rams.
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.
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.