UEFA has got its wish, with FIFA recommending the confederation receive 16 slots in the new 48-team World Cup format.
Arsenal chairman Sir Chips Keswick refused to be drawn on questions over Arsene Wenger’s future today after the manager’s own cagey responses.
Liverpool greats Steve McManaman and John Aldridge believe Jurgen Klopp is under huge pressure to deliver a top four finish in this season’s Premier League.
Mauricio Pochettino has suggested that he would never take the Barcelona job, claiming that it would be like quitting Tottenham to take charge at Arsenal.
Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham will all be vying with the two Manchester clubs to finish in the top four and secure Champions League football next season. Arsenal, the notorious top four finishers, are at serious risk of falling outside the top four for the first time since Arsene Wenger
Cristiano Ronaldo was honoured in Madeira by having an airport named after him... and he isn't the only footballer to have had something named after him
Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has confirmed that discussions have taken place with the club over extending his contract
The award of penalty goals for handballs on the goal line is under consideration, a top official at the game’s law-making body has said. Incidents such as Luis Suarez’s blatant handball to deny Ghana a goal against Uruguay in a 2010 World Cup quarter-final could in future result in a penalty goal being
Jose Mourinho has dismissed suggestions he is plotting a move to sign Neymar, the Barcelona and Brazil forward, this summer as “absurd”.
The artist who created a bronze bust depicting Cristiano Ronaldo has defended his work after the the piece became an internet sensation
Arsene Wenger remains confident Alexis Sanchez wants to stay at Arsenal despite suggestions he had hinted at a move to Chelsea.
After years of people bleating on about it, video technology in football finally got a high-profile airing as Spain beat France 2-0 thanks to a pair of offside decisions corrected by a Video Assistant Referee (VAR), who viewed proceedings from a vehicle outside the ground like an omnipotent Andy Townsend
Arsene Wenger joked there’s ‘only one team in London’ when he was quizzed on Chelsea’s interest in Alexis Sanchez
The headline “Chelsea Civil War” on the Sun website catches the eye and warms the heart, conjuring images of a tumultuous internal struggle at Stamford Bridge that sends the league leaders into meltdown and triggers an end-of-season capitulation that belatedly livens up the title race. The Sun says
While Real Madrid are reportedly interested in signing Eden Hazard, the Chelsea man insists he is happy in the English capital.
Amid plenty of speculation about his Arsenal future, Alexis Sanchez has outlined hopes to remain in the city long term.
Romelu Lukaku will remain at Everton for at least one more season if manager Ronald Koeman has his way.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be criticised by Jose Mourinho if he decides to seek a new challenge at the end of the season.
It is widely accepted that David De Gea, to give another example, will one day make the move to Real Madrid. Another Premier League star in west London is also apparently destined to end up at the Santiago Bernabeu. Certainly not for the first time, Eden Hazard finds himself the subject of transfer
Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that forward Erik Lamela requires surgery on his troublesome hip injury will be out for the rest of the 2016-17 season. Spurs Fan View: Just what is happening with Erik Lamela?