Football fans love a rumour where the click-bait stories are currently cluttering the world’s media outlets. Such is The speculation which involves Marko Arnautovic, who is heading east in a multi-million pound deal with last season’s Chinese Super League (CSL) winners, Shanghai SIPG.
FC Barcelona President Josep Maria Bartomeu said that Ernesto Valverde will remain as Barca's first team coach for next season. The Blaugrana outfit leads the Liga Santander with a five-point advantage over Atletico Madrid at the halfway point of the campaign.
Bayern Munich coach Niko Kovač seems to know what is best to turn around things in the Bundesliga and create a happy end for his colours as he said that his side is comfortable with the hunter's role having to chase league leaders Borussia Dortmund.
The Portuguese owner of Football Leaks, known for the launch of documents related to the Ronaldo Scandal, has been arrested here on Wednesday, according to local and Portuguese media, confirmed by Hungarian police.
It is no shock that José Mourinho has been sacked by Manchester United. The results on the pitch said it all. The most commercially successful club in the world is having its worst season in 28 years – with its playing assets inevitably depreciating in value as a result.
Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Čech will retire at the end of the season after playing 15 years in the English Premier League. The former Czech Republic international joined Arsenal in June 2015 from the London rivals Chelsea, who signed him from French club Rennes in July 2004.
Spanish Football League (LaLiga) President Javier Tebas confirmed on Monday that the second 'Clásico' of the season between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid will be played at 20:45 (local time) on March 2 in Real Madrid's Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.
Argentina's 1978 World Cup winning manager César Luis Menotti has been appointed the country's national teams director. He will be tasked with coordinating Argentina's youth and senior teams and will oversee a plan announced by the AFA in November to find a new "football identity".
Although the world of English football has long been considered a man’s world, women now make up a sizeable proportion of football players and fans. But despite this, the football boardroom still remains a distinctly male domain.
The World Cup years are always the hottest time for transfer rumours; nevertheless, even when there are no major tournaments taking place, “who goes where and for what” is perpetually on the lips of fans, the screens of newspaper editors, and in the minds of players and agents.
Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah has been named African Footballer of the Year for the second year in a row. On the same day, Confederation of African Football (CAF) have announced that Egypt would replace Cameroon as the host nation of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
Real Madrid defeated Leganes 3-0 in the first leg of their Copa del Rey last 16 fixture on Wednesday night to take some of the pressure off coach Santiago Solari whereas other games saw Atletico Madrid draw 1-1 away to Girona.
Brazilian football great Ronaldinho has been inducted into the Maracanã stadium's hall of fame, joining legends such as Pele, Garrincha and Zico. The 38-year-old had his footprints moulded into a ceramic plaque during a ceremony at the iconic venue in Rio de Janeiro.
Susanna Dinnage made her name in broadcasting rather than the world of football but is now the most powerful woman in English professional sport despite English Football Association's, criticism for apparent apathy towards the inclusion and progression of women.
As was shown in previous episodes, Derby Days by COPA90 show derbies seen as most important game in a season where form goes out of window and pride is at stake for the fans and players, especially the homegrown and local ones.
The arrival of Solskjaer following the sacking of Jose Mourinho has certainly lifted the spirit at Old Trafford, with the Norwegian having pointed out after their win in Cardiff that the English giants have recovered from bigger points gaps in the past in order to triumph.