Since his arrival at Selhurst Park, Luka Milivojević has proven himself to be ice cool from the penalty spot. In the 2018-19 season for the Eagles, the Serbian scored 10 of his 12 goals from the spot, one behind Andrew Johnson's record of 11 in a Premier League season.
Frenkie de Jong was the protagonist of a digital meeting on the Barcelona social media accounts. The Dutch midfielder was self-critical about his season, revealed some curiosities about his teammates and praised Ansu Fati.
Two former executives with US media giant Fox were charged with corruption, bank fraud and money-laundering on Monday as US federal prosecutors shed fresh light on the scandal-tainted bidding war for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
Liverpool on Monday scrapped their controversial decision to furlough non-playing staff during the coronavirus pandemic after the Premier League leaders apologised for coming to the "wrong conclusion".
Serie A has already reached an agreement to fight the pandemic financially: the players will receive a 33% salary reduction if the season cannot be played again and a 17% reduction if it finally resumes.
England manager Gareth Southgate and the Football Association's top earners will take wage cuts of up to 30 per cent as the governing body deals with a potential Â£150 million ($170 million) financial fall-out from the coronavirus.
The President of the Spanish football federation Luis Rubiales spoke to the press, stating that he does not know when LaLiga will come back in play only when conditions are safe for everyone. "Losses are recovered, health is not."
Bundesliga leaders Bayern Munich resumed training Monday for the first time since the German league was suspended due to coronavirus but the players were put through their paces in small groups and maintained social distancing measures.
In Italy, they are assuring that his exit is a real possibility and Inter are apparently now looking for a replacement and are managing a list of possible reinforcements that include Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Timo Werner.