All the leading football stories and transfer speculation making the back pages of Tuesday's newspapers.
Chris Coleman says the excitement of Euro 2016 is a memory now and that his team need to create a fresh wave of excitement.
Arsenal are prepared to allow Jack Wilshere to leave the club on loan this season to get regular first-team football.
England's all-time leading goalscorer Wayne Rooney will continue to captain the side under new manager Sam Allardyce.
The EFL has confirmed the inaugural Checkatrade Trophy will work as a standalone competition for disciplinary purposes.
Guillem Balague and Graham Hunter discuss why Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid are without a win so far this season.
Former US Open winners Rafael Nadal and Marin Cilic secured three-set wins in the first round.
Guillem Balague and Graham Hunter discuss which Barcelona team was better - Pep Guardiola's or Luis Enrique's?
Joey Bosa's holdout is over after the first round NFL Draft pick finally signed a four-year deal with the San Diego Chargers.
Jeremain Lens fired a parting shot at Sunderland as he claimed he was set for a loan move to Turkish club Fenerbahce.
Philadelphia Eagles rookie Myke Tavarres says he will join Colin Kaepernick in refusing to stand for the US national anthem.
James McCarthy's groin injury is being monitored ahead of Ireland's opening World Cup qualifier in Serbia.
Joe Hart will fly to Italy on Tuesday for a medical ahead of a planned loan move to Torino.
Chris Froome has conceded he may have to wait until stage 19’s time trial to overhaul Nairo Quintana as Vuelta a Espana leader.
Tottenham are waiting for Marseille to complete their loan arrangement for Clinton N'Jie before confirming the arrival of Georges-Kevin N'Koudou.
Patrick Hickey has been released from prison pending further investigation into charges he illegally sold Olympics tickets.
QPR have agreed a £1.75m fee with Anderlecht for forward Idrissa Sylla
Newcastle have agreed a deal with Chelsea to take winger Christian Atsu on a season-long loan, according to Sky sources.
Kasper Schmeichel is targeting an extra-quick return to action after having successful surgery on a hernia injury.
Jeetan Patel spun Warwickshire past Somerset and into the Royal London One-Day Cup final, taking 5-43 at Edgbaston.