A first look at the latest transfer news and gossip making Thursday's national newspapers.
Ronald Koeman was critical of the referee after Southampton crashed out of the Europa League following a 1-0 loss to FC Midtjylland.
Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino insists the club will not just sign any player to fill a position.
Southampton crashed out of the Europa League after a lacklustre performance against Danish champions Midtjylland.
Fenerbache are in talks over signing Lazar Markovic from Liverpool on a season-long loan, according to Sky sources.
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Burnley have announced the signing of Joey Barton on a one-year deal.
Jeremy Peace has told Tottenham target Saido Berahino he will not be leaving West Brom this summer.
Lionel Messi has become the first two-time winner of UEFA's Best Player in Europe award after scooping the 2014-15 prize.
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has confirmed the club has rejected a transfer request from defender John Stones.
Man Utd have a "strong and secure" centre-back partnership in Chris Smalling and Daley Blind, says Jamie Carragher.
Teddy Sheringham is “loving every minute” of managing League Two Stevenage and wants to manage at the top level.
Arsenal were handed a tough draw in the Champions League group stages as they were paired with Bayern Munich.
Yannick Bolasie is set to return for Crystal Palace in Saturday's game at Chelsea following the death of his father.
Fulham have bid for Nottingham Forest defender Michael Mancienne, according to Sky sources.
Soccer Saturday pundit Paul Merson returns with another round of predictions ahead of this weekend's Premier League action.
Recently-retired Germany forward Celia Sasic has won the coveted UEFA Best Women’s Player in Europe award.
Police to investigate allegations of chanting at Portsmouth’s match with Reading after receiving a formal complaint.
Sky Sports caught up with Leeds captain Sol Bamba to discuss his career and future plans.
Celtic coach John Kennedy has defended the club's zonal marking following their early exit from the Champions League.