By Ebor Cletus Ralph Jr

Newcastle and Aston Villa are eyeing a shock move for Paul Pogba after the midfielder admitted he has wasted five years at Manchester United.

Tom Ricketts’ controversial bid to buy Chelsea has surprise backing from a leading US Muslim.

Manchester City are monitoring the progress of England newbie Tyrick Mitchell.

Chelsea star Jorginho’s future at Stamford Bridge has been plunged into doubt as his agent admits he would be up for a “dream” Serie A return.

Erling Haaland has asked Arsenal midfielder Martin Odegaard about life at Real Madrid amid mounting transfer speculation.

Manchester City’s owners City Football Group have agreed a deal to buy their 11th club – Dutch side NAC Breda.

Chelsea captain Cesar Azpilicueta has spoken out over speculation linking him with a move to Barcelona.

UFC star Conor McGregor has been charged by Irish police after being arrested for alleged dangerous driving.

Joe Root has admitted he might be going into his last game as England captain in the final Test against West Indies in Grenada.

The Premier League has come under fire for refusing to allow clubs to sign players who have been at leagues in Ukraine and Russia outside of the regular transfer window.

Eddie Jones has fallen short of the performance criteria set out for his England team by the RFU for two years in a row.

Barcelona are struggling to meet Leeds’ £60m asking price for Raphinha, who is also wanted by Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain.

William Saliba has hinted he may look to stay at Marseille instead of returning to Arsenal following a successful loan spell with the French club.

Roma face a battle to keep Tammy Abraham this summer and are expected to place a £100m price tag on the striker’s head.

The Football Association is dispatching a predominantly female top-table assembly to the World Cup draw in Qatar for the first time in its 159-year history.

Raine, the merchant bank advising Chelsea on its protracted sale, are finally preparing to confirm which bids have made the shortlist.

Arsenal have reportedly made an approach to sign Benfica striker Darwin Nunez.

Tyson Fury will be subjected to UK Anti-Doping tests ahead of a world-title fight with Dillian Whyte that is in danger of being overtaken by furious rows behind the scenes.

Cesar Azpilicueta is torn between loyalty to Chelsea and the offer of a new deal at Barcelona.

Juventus are interested in re-signing Paul Pogba from Manchester United as well as making a move for Anthony Martial.

Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos has revealed Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang left him needing stitches after a tackle in Sunday’s El Clasico.

La Liga president Javier Tebas claims Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus are plotting a new European Super League “without the Premier League clubs”.

Liverpool youngster Harvey Elliott has urged the club to tie down Mohamed Salah as contract talks have stalled with the Egyptian.

Manchester United youngster Hannibal Mejbri has promised he will “show what I can do” when he eventually breaks into the first team.

Liverpool have been busy adding to their academy over recent years, and Trent Kone-Doherty is the next youngster on the way to Anfield.

Labour has joined calls for next month’s FA Cup semi-final between Manchester City and Liverpool to be moved away from Wembley.

Kylian Mbappe appears to have told Paul Pogba that he is “fed up” when greeting the Manchester United midfielder on arrival at the French national team training camp.

Former Portsmouth and Sunderland star Sulley Muntari is enjoying a career swansong in his native Ghana – three years after he last kicked a ball.

UEFA chiefs will hold crisis talks before attempting to dismiss the Russian Football Union’s application to rival the UK and Ireland’s bid to stage Euro 2028.

Bidders for Chelsea are braced to find out which of them have been shortlisted to take control of the club with Todd Boehly’s group expected to be among the finalists.

Emma Raducanu has revealed she wants to play into her 30s but admits her first challenge is “getting through this season in one piece”.

The Six Nations has come under pressure to act over a number of controversial head injuries during the championship from rugby’s leading players’ union.

Steve Clarke has admitted to serious doubts that Scotland’s World Cup play-off semi-final against Ukraine will take place on its rescheduled early June date.

Gareth Bale believes Aaron Ramsey’s move to Rangers has left him ready to keep Wales’ World Cup dream alive.

Anthony Ralston says Rangers and Celtic should return to ‘brilliant’ away allocations of old.


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