Last Updated: 18/01/20 9:03am
All the top stories and transfer rumours from the back pages of Saturday's national newspapers...
Manchester City are set to take part in next season's Champions League, despite the investigation into whether they breached Financial Fair Play rules.
Joe Gomez was asked by the FA if he wanted to report Raheem Sterling to the police following their infamous clash in the canteen at St George's Park last November.
Liverpool's Premier League win at Tottenham last Saturday came close to taking place without VAR due to technical problems.
The controversial new handball rules will be reviewed by football's rule-makers next month.
Inter Milan are on the verge of acquiring the services of Chelsea winger Victor Moses after manager Antonio Conte made a specific request for the club to sign the Nigeria international.
Celtic defender Jack Hendry has agreed to join Manchester City's sister club Melbourne City in Australia.
Javier Hernandez could become the highest-paid player in the MLS when he completes his move to LA Galaxy from Sevilla.
Arsenal are to meet the representatives of Athletico Paranaense midfielder Bruno Guimaraes in the coming days.
West Ham's Spanish goalkeeper Roberto is wanted by Alaves on loan.
Eden Hazard has targeted Real Madrid's crunch Champions League showdown with Manchester City as his comeback game.
Leeds United could sign out-of-favour forward Oumar Niasse before the end of the transfer window on January 31.
Premier League managers have written to FIFA begging for a change to the VAR handball interpretation.
RB Leipzig are expecting bids for Arsenal target Dayot Upamecano during this transfer window.
Referee Mike Dean is being given a pre-match presentation to mark his 500th game.
Newcastle are close to making an £18m swoop for Inter Milan winger Valentino Lazaro.
Aston Villa are pushing to bring in 31-year-old Islam Slimani along with fellow frontman Mbwana Ally Samatta.
Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo could be nearing his exit from the Etihad Stadium.
Arsenal will reportedly have to shell out around £6m to prise Layvin Kurzawa away from PSG, despite the fact the full-back's current contract is due to expire at the end of the season.
Manchester United have consulted experts to help their stars deal with the mental effects of social media.
Anthony Joshua held talks with Oleksandr Usyk's team on Thursday about a blockbuster clash.
Manchester United are one of 49 clubs who have been targeted by tax authorities as part of a crackdown over image rights and agent payments.
Manchester United have offered £25m for 16-year-old Birmingham wonderkid Jude Bellingham.
New York Red Bulls are considering a move for Aberdeen's top scorer Sam Cosgrove.
Stephen Robinson has revealed Motherwell have opened contract talks with David Turnbull.
Hearts have stepped up their efforts to bring Kosovo international Donis Avdijaj to Tynecastle.
Crystal Palace have won the race to sign Dundee United starlet Scott Banks.
Aberdeen have failed in a bid to fast-track Matty Kennedy's move to Pittodrie.
Saracens' leading players could be forced to leave the club if they want to play for England and the British and Irish Lions next year after being informed on Friday the English and European champions are resigned to another 35-point reduction for breaching salary cap regulations again this season.
Harry Kane could return to light training in nine weeks and is still expected to be available to play for Tottenham by the middle of April.
Alexis Sanchez's team-mates at Inter Milan want his loan move from Manchester United turned into a permanent deal.
Matej Vydra's plans on getting regular football away from Burnley could be frustrated by Ashley Barnes' hernia injury.
Brighton are among the teams trying to land 23-year-old forward Hwang Hee-chan from Red Bull Salzburg.
UK Anti-Doping is ready to fight any attempt by the World Anti-Doping Agency to seize its stock of Sir Mo Farah's urine and blood samples during an investigation into athletes trained by his disgraced former coach.