Queens Park Rangers are reportedly looking at West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis.
It will always be a case of 'what if' for Kevin Prince Boateng. However, after been handed a lifeline by Las Palmas, he is intent on taking it.
Celtic are currently in third place in their Champions League group.
Jordan Henderson impressed while Wayne Rooney did not as Gareth Southgate got his reign in charge of England off to a solid start.
The Tottenham Hotspur man was photographed with his Manchester United counterpart after the game.
Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge found the net for England on Saturday night.
The 26-year-old joined Aston Villa for £15 million in the summer.
Sebastian Vettel has denied he has fallen out with Maurizio Arrivabene after the Ferrari principal said the driver must earn his place after next season and also cast doubt over the German’s future with the team.
Tiger Woods kept a low profile in his role as a vice-captain as the USA took a comprehensive win in the Ryder Cup after a hard-fought match and some quite brilliant golf but he will be unable to escape the spotlight when he returns to the course as a player on Thursday.
Lewis Hamilton has confirmed he will take a grid penalty for Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix after his Mercedes team replaced engine parts.
How long should it be before it’s reasonable to lose faith with a manager? How soon should improvement be seen? It’s not a question that has any easy answer – and it’s one to which the answer seems to be very dependent on context.
It’s a new season, with a vast, rather sexy new cast (211 players bought for a combined €400m), new leading roles at a third of all clubs (plus new coaches to come at Werder Bremen and Eintracht Frankfurt very soon), a rich newcomer (RB Leipzig) who will fly the flag for the footballistically under-represented east of the country – “Da Zone” as kids used to call it in the 80s – and double up as the new baddie everyone will love to hate.