All transfer news and rumors from the Wednesday newspapers…
Arsenal will back manager Mikel Arteta’s Premier League title bid with a £50m January transfer fee.
Manchester City legend Sergio Aguero claims manager Pep Guardiola once dropped him because he was fat.
Kylian Mbappe’s younger brother Eitan made his full UEFA Youth League debut for Paris Saint-Germain in a 3-1 win over Maccabi Haifa at the age of 15.
Arsenal striker Folarin Balogun has admitted he is ready to choose Nigeria over England amid his sensational loan spell at Reims.
Patrick Vieira believes that “the doors are not open to black managers”.
According to reports, Real Madrid star Brahim Diaz has an “anti-Manchester United” clause in his contract.
Tyson Fury is recording a song for charity. The heavyweight champion, 34, will release crowd favorite Sweet Caroline on November 11.
Joe Cole believes Graham Potter has ticked “all the boxes” since taking over at Chelsea in September.
Arsenal have opened talks with technical director Edo over a new long-term deal in an attempt to secure the Brazilian’s future.
Rio Ferdinand believes Jadon Sancho has lost his “fuss” since joining Manchester United for £73m.
Sebastian Haller returned to training at his former club Ajax on Tuesday as he continues his recovery from a testicular tumor.
Wigan Athletic paid their players late again.
Borussia Dortmund fans hold a ‘Boycott Qatar 2022’ banner before their Champions League match against Manchester City at Signal Yonda Park.
Bobby Madley will referee Brentford’s game with Wolves again this weekend – four years after he was sacked – in the Premier League.
The shirt worn by Sergio Aguero when he scored Manchester City’s title-winning goal against Queens Park Rangers in 2012 is up for auction.
Barcelona are looking to sign Ajax starlet Edson Alvarez next summer after identifying the midfielder as a replacement for Sergio Busquets.
Novak Djokovic has said he has been given “positive indications” that he will be allowed to enter Australia to compete in the Australian Open in January despite a three-year visa ban.
Bolton’s ambitious bid to host the Ryder Cup in 2031 or 2035 is now back on track after a public inquiry voted in favor of developers.
Mauricio Pochettino has rejected the chance to replace Unai Emery as Villarreal manager after confirming his Spanish boss in the Premier League.
Manchester United boss Erik Ten Hoag may have already promised Bruno Fernandes the captaincy, despite captain Harry Maguire still at the club.
Liverpool could have a secret weapon to sweeten the deal for long-term transfer target Sandro Tonali next summer.
According to reports, Real Madrid have overtaken Chelsea in the race to sign Andric.
Track and Field
Aston Villa midfielder Boubacar Camara is ahead of schedule in his recovery from injury and could still go to the next World Cup with France.
Brighton & Hove Albion have given Chelsea permission to speak to head of recruitment Paul Winstanley about a potential manager of football.
Huddersfield Town have officially been put up for sale after owner Dean Hoyle decided to step back from day-to-day operations due to illness.
The world’s largest biomedical research agency has officially confirmed a causal link between contact sports and chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).
The Guardian newspaper
Rory McIlroy says he feels betrayed by some of the golfers who have joined the LIV Integral Tour.
Sale Sharks have emerged as a possible destination for World Cup winner Vincent Koch in a move that could have major implications for the Premier League title race.
Former India Test captain Ajinkya Rahane joins Leicestershire.
Unai Emery has been taking English lessons since leaving Arsenal in 2019 to prepare for a return to the Premier League.
Friends of former Iranian football captain Ali Karimi, who live in exile, say that the Tehran regime kidnapped him because of his support for the recent wave of protests in the country.
Almost a year after his capture and subsequent release by Sale Sharks, Marland Yarde is being offered a return to rugby with the Barbarians.
The Scottish Sun
Efe Ambrose is set to join his sixth Scottish club with a move to Greenock Morton.
Alan Moore took over for Clyde after boss Danny Lennon went on ‘paid leave’.
According to the claim of Valerian Ismail’s departure, the current head coach of Besiktas considers Steven Gerrard as the new head coach.