Christian Eriksen underlines his happiness at Tottenham by insisting he can win trophies at the club, plus more from Wednesday's papers.
Paul Clement and Steve Cotterill are being considered by Reading to replace Jaap Stam, Sky Sports News understands.
FIFA says the World Cup stadium in the Russian city of Samara requires "a huge amount of work" to be ready on time.
Michael Keane has been told to become a "boss at the back" by Everton team-mate Phil Jagielka after being left out of the England squad.
Ryan Giggs will take charge of Wales for the first time when they begin their two-game China Cup campaign on Thursday.
Lawyers for Marouane Fellaini have urged a judge to let them continue with legal action against shoe manufacturer New Balance.
Antoine Griezmann wants his club future resolved before he travels with France to this summer's World Cup in Russia.
The Football Association has announced an after-tax profit of £16m and invested a record £127m back into the game.
Manchester United and Tottenham will kick off their FA Cup semi-final at 5:15pm on Saturday, April 21, the FA has announced.
Joe Hart admits England's No 1 position for the World Cup is up for grabs but hopes to have his place back after returning to the West Ham side.
Mark Warburton believes Rangers should be patient with Graeme Murty and not expect to overtake Celtic anytime soon.
Jordan Jones has highlighted the importance of Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke to his first Northern Ireland international call-up.
In the latest Class of '92 Diary, Gary Neville discusses the futures of Luke Shaw and Paul Pogba, plus Gareth Southgate's main dilemma.
Manchester United will not hand out song sheets to supporters to improve the atmosphere at Old Trafford, Sky Sports News understands.
Red cards for severe dissent would prevent disrespect towards referees, say Craig Bellamy and Ian Wright on The Debate.
Spanish prosecutors are seeking a five-year jail sentence and £3.5m fine for Xabi Alonso over accusations of tax fraud.
Derby’s postponed Sky Bet Championship fixture with Cardiff has been re-arranged for Tuesday, April 24.
Jaap Stam has left Reading by mutual consent with the club just three points above the relegation zone in the Sky Bet Championship.
Real Madrid opt for summer mover for Robert Lewandowski over Harry Kane, plus more from Wednesday's European press.
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