All the top stories and transfer rumors from the press on Wednesday…
Barcelona are watching Gabriel Martinelli’s international career move forward.
Newcastle’s record signing, Alexander Isak, will miss the club’s away games and face a race against time to be eligible to return to the Premier League.
The England camp are keeping their clocks on UK time to beat the heat and help them get used to the late 10pm World Cup time.
Riot police in Qatar turned on soccer fans on Tuesday night before the World Cup match between Spain and Morocco, with fans fearing they could be trampled.
Barcelona have linked up with Frenkie de Jong’s club to reduce the Dutchman’s wages and free up the incoming money, according to reports.
Bristol Rovers are facing a battle to land youngster Kofi Shaw with Premier League interest.
The French national team has strongly denied claims that there was a practice match just days before they face England in the quarter-finals of the World Cup.
Spain boss Luis Enrique told his team to each take 1,000 penalties before defeating Morocco.
Alejandro Garnacho is reportedly set to see his salary increase tenfold in his new Manchester United contract.
Tottenham are considering a move for Barcelona midfielder Franck Kessie in January.
Manchester United are keen to reunite with Memphis Depay.
Former Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel could replace Hansi Flick as Germany boss.
Matty Cash met Brazilian star Ronaldinho days after he was eliminated from the World Cup.
Newcastle United are still interested in sending Garang Kuol on loan in January and have received a lot of interest in the 18-year-old from home and abroad, but his immediate destination is yet to be determined.
Raheem Sterling will take more time to consider returning to Qatar ahead of England’s World Cup quarter-final against France after his home in Surrey was burglarized.
England and Premier League players are disgusted by the security arrangements their clubs are making for them when players are ready to sign their contracts.
Steve Borthwick is expected to be confirmed as the new England manager at the end of the week after the Rugby Football Union opened talks with his club Leicester Tigers.
Steve Smith is looking for a first chance in the County Championship to prepare for an Ashes defense in Australia next summer.
Cristiano Ronaldo was seen as the first player to walk down the aisle as his Portugal team-mates remained on the pitch to celebrate their 6-1 win over Switzerland at the World Cup.
Aston Villa could pull off a surprise transfer in January as they are said to be leading the race to sign Portuguese star Joao Felix.
Rangers have unveiled a £6m plan to significantly upgrade the disabled facilities and increase attendance at Ibrox.
Forgotten Moussa Dembele could leave Lyon for £5m in January as the Ligue 1 side look to cash in on the former Celtic star.
Contract rebel Nicolas Raskin is expected to hold talks with Standard Liege over a new deal with Rangers who are known to be one of the clubs targeting the midfielder.
Cameron Carter-Vickers’ father has revealed how watching his son make his World Cup debut left him in tears.