Fabio Paratici under pressure after disappointing start at Tottenham – Memoirs | Transfer Center News
All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Saturday’s national papers…
Tottenham sporting director Fabio Paratici is under pressure after a disappointing start at the club and Antonio Conte is frustrated with Daniel Levy who controls the transfer budget.
Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger’s future remains uncertain with the club’s latest, improved attempts to sign him on a new contract failing.
Manchester United fans have long been deprived of scintillating football at Old Trafford, but on Friday night fans were unable to fill their bellies at half-time due to a ‘technical error’ at the stadium.
West Ham owner David Sullivan’s insistence on giving the club a unilateral option to extend each player’s contract by 12 months is set to net the Hammers tens of millions this summer.
Premier League referees are expected to be heavily represented at the World Cup in Qatar with Michael Oliver, Anthony Taylor and Stuart Attwell in contention.
England and the other home countries will still have to qualify for the Euro 2028 final if their planned bid to host the tournament is successful.
Brazil’s next potential superstar – 15-year-old Endrick Felipe – has admitted the country’s previous links with Barcelona make him a tempting proposition for his future.
Gabriel Martinelli wants Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s old No.14 Arsenal shirt, made famous by Thierry Henry.
The Football Association and the Premier League have been urged to follow the US lead in tackling gender-based violence, including allowing clubs to suspend players suspected of abusive behavior without pay.
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England will consider an approach for Justin Langer to become their next head coach as Sir Andrew Strauss prepares to recommend wholesale changes to the managerial setup.
Antonio Conte has warned Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy that the club can no longer afford to make big transfer mistakes if they are to match his ambition.
Christian Eriksen will urge his new Brentford team-mates not to be lenient with him in training and to treat him like any other player when he arrives at the Premier League club this weekend.
Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared to fall asleep during the opening ceremony of the Beijing Winter Olympics, just as the Ukrainian delegation entered the stadium.
Chelsea doctors will be watching Christian Pulisic closely as he tries to cope with the “extreme” change in temperatures from the United States.
Soeren Friemel – the top tennis official serving a 12-month suspension for ‘abuse of power’ – has told an interviewer he may be rethinking his ‘work-life balance’.
Real Madrid have emerged as a surprise suitor for William Saliba, who is yet to play a senior game for Arsenal since signing over two years ago and is currently on loan at Marseille.
Thomas Tuchel has ruled Reece James out of Chelsea’s Club World Cup campaign after the flu added to the winger’s ‘big injury’.
Everton manager Frank Lampard has fined a player for stopping to tie his shoelaces on his first day of training.
Mason Greenwood has been removed from Manchester United’s matchday programme.
Manchester United fans are burning Greenwood shirts and trying to flog the striker’s memorabilia online after he was released on bail.
Hugo Ekitike refused Newcastle because he was not “convinced” by the Saudi project.
Flamengo chiefs have flown to England to try and complete the permanent signing of Andreas Pereira from Manchester United, according to reports.
West Ham striker Andriy Yarmolenko has reportedly been charged with alleged misconduct in relation to a betting advertisement.
Frank Lampard’s appointment to Everton prompted Dele Alli to ‘break an agreement’ with Turkish club Adana Demirspor to join them on loan.
The two leading contenders for chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have both declared themselves out of contention for the job.
Sabri Lamouchi has emerged as a candidate for the vacant Sunderland managerial job as the club’s search to replace Lee Johnson continues.