• Tottenham are set to go head to head with Chelsea again in January for the out-of-favour Everton midfielder Ross Barkley.
  • Paulinho left team-mate Neymar temporarily injured in Brazil training after producing a late tackle.
  • Gordon Strachan has told his Scotland players to hold their nerve at Hampden as their World Cup campaign goes on the line.
  • Harry Kane has left the door open to a move from Tottenham at some point by conceding for the first time that it is a possibility.
  • Harry Kane is employing a personal chef who cooks for him on a daily basis to “make every day count” in his quest to reach the world-class levels of Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
  • England manager Gareth Southgate is set to hand Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain a vote of confidence by starting him in Thursday night’s World Cup qualifier against Slovenia.
  • Roberto Martinez has moved to reassure Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho that he will not take any unnecessary risks with the fitness of Romelu Lukaku.
  • An ex-Army Brigadier has been recruited by the FA to review duty-of-care and whistle-blowing processes.
  • Gareth Southgate has drafted in Alan Shearer this week to inspire his England team to World Cup qualification.
  • American football markings will still be visible on the pitch when England take on Slovenia at Wembley.
  • Arsenal chief executive Ivan Gazidis has been given a near £1m bonus despite the club missing out on the top-four.
  • Amazon and other digital platforms could be primed to bid for international Premier League TV rights.
  • The FA have refused to comment on the threat of legal action issued by Sam Allardyce’s lawyers.
  • Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho claims he is a better manager now than in previous spells at Chelsea and Real Madrid.
  • Alisher Usmanov has ruled out selling his 30 percent stake in Arsenal to Stan Kroenke.
  • Manchester City will beat rivals United to New York City ace Jack Harrison – as they have first refusal on him.
  • Toni Kroos believes he was right to snub Manchester United and then club Bayern Munich in favour of Real Madrid.
  • Victor Lindelof has dismissed speculation that he does not see eye to eye with Jose Mourinho.
  • Alexandre Lacazette has revealed he only became a star striker because his mum thought it was less risky than being a goalkeeper.
  • Joachim Low has described German clubs’ performances in Europe this season as “alarming” and a wake-up call for those who claim the Bundesliga produces the world’s best talent.
  • Wayne Rooney has received a handwritten letter from FA chairman Greg Clarke thanking him for his England service.
  • Barcelona will return for Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho in January and Lionel Messi backs the move, according to reports.
  • Premier League clubs remain divided over TV rights after the ‘Big Six’ failed in an attempt to claim a greater share.
  • Gareth Southgate will get a £250,000 bonus if England secure qualification for the World Cup on Thursday.
  • New York City player Jack Harrison paid £1,500 for a new plane ticket to keep his dream of playing for England U21s alive.
  • Rory McIlroy says he always signs autographs because Roy Keane once refused to sign one for him

 

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