The Football Association could be looking for a new chairman next year. Greg Dyke’s stint in charge will end in 2016 and the FA may go for new blood sources say. Meanwhile, Wolfsburg’s future is in doubt as the diesel emissions scandal could cost owners Volkswagen £12bn in fines.
Manchester United will be ready to tear up Victor Valdes’ contract only if he leaves the Premier League.
Chelsea have invited former AC Milan goalkeeper Marco Amelia on trial as Jose Mourinho considers signing the free agent as emergency cover.
Discussions are gathering pace over plans for MK Dons to host Premier League side Tottenham for the 2017-18 season. Spurs are looking to reform White Hart Lane into a 61,000-seat arena.
Louis van Gaal comes back to admit his wife will decide how long he stays in charge of Manchester United.
Manchester United target Sadio Mane says he is happy to stay at Southampton.
Gonzalo Higuain’s agent has dismissed speculation linking his client with a move away from Napoli by claiming the striker is ‘happy’ at the Stadio San Paolo.
Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand still thinks John Terry has a future at Chelsea and is far from finished.
Crystal Palace are set to make a second offer to try to land Barnet’s 17-year-old striker Matt Stevens.
Tjaronn Cherry has apologised to QPR manager Chris Ramsey, his team-mates and the fans for his petulant display in Friday’s 4-0 defeat at Fulham.
Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright believes Alexis Sanchez could look to leave Arsenal if they continue to fail in the Champions League.
Steve McClaren is growing increasingly frustrated with Newcastle bosses who keep blocking his transfer targets.
Sunderland midfielder Yann M’Vila has defended boss Dick Advocaat and insists the players should be shouldering the responsibility for their limp start to the season.
Arouna Kone has warned under-fire Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers that Romelu Lukaku will be his “worst nightmare” in the Merseyside derby on Sunday.
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