Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Wednesday's newspapers...
Tottenham have reportedly made an approach for Maurizio Sarri as they go on the lookout for a new manager following the sacking of Jose Mourinho.
Manchester United's stock market value plunged by around £150m as plans for a European Super League crumbled.
Manchester United and Liverpool have entered the race to sign Sevilla forward Youssef En-Nesyri this summer, according to reports.
Hector Bellerin is edging towards a summer move to Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports.
Mohamed Salah has received some relief from Liverpool's struggles - by being appointed Egypt's permanent captain.
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- All six Premier League clubs withdraw from Super League
- Woodward to step down as Man Utd executive vice-chairman
Chelsea chairman Bruce Buck ultimately led the Blues' exit from the European Super League but it was Roman Abramovich's anger that brought the whole house of cards down.
Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has confirmed he will be leaving Twitter as the outrage surrounding the European Super League takes over the social media site.
Kylian Mbappe has reportedly started searching for a house in Madrid as speculation he could leave Paris Saint-Germain this summer intensifies.
Arsenal are set to battle Premier League rivals Leicester City for the signing of exciting Empoli midfielder Samuele Ricci, according to reports.
Tottenham's decision to part ways with Jose Mourinho was made due to fears that up to 10 players would look to leave the club, it has been reported.
Conor McGregor has cheekily hinted at buying Manchester United following Ed Woodward's stunning resignation.
Women's sport could generate more than £1bn per year by 2030, and increasing the visibility of female athletes and teams is key to unlocking the huge sum.
Schalke have been relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in 33 years after losing 1-0 to fellow strugglers Arminia Bielefeld on Tuesday.
Jack Nowell could be in line for a Lions call-up following his comeback from injury at the weekend.
John Kennedy has revealed for the first time he could leave Celtic this summer.
Rangers will have to wait to discover the outcome of the SFA hearing for the Covid Five.
John Kennedy has revealed he's set for a first face-to-face meeting with Celtic's new chief executive Dominic McKay before the end of the week - but insists he won't treat it as an interview for the manager's job.
Former Arsenal coach Arsene Wenger has said he is "not surprised" to see The Super League falling apart.
Pat Lam has warned that the Gallagher Premiership must learn from the outcry generated by football's proposed European Super League if it wants to ring-fence the competition permanently.
UK Athletics is ready to take legal action against the London Stadium over a breach of contract if it refuses to pay the £3m bill for moving the seats required to host the Anniversary Games on July 13.