Although the latest reports claim that James Rodriguez is set to stay at Real Madrid, Napoli is still prepared to make one last bid for the player. There is not too much time left on the clock for the transfer market to close, but the Italians are not quitting just yet.
The RFEF hope to pardon players who picked up suspensions on the final day of last season, though the new law may not be passed in time.
The German Football Association has confirmed Fritz Keller has been nominated to succeed Reinhard Grindel as its president.
Unai Emery was "happy" with Arsenal's opening-game win at Newcastle United but wants to see more from his players against Burnley.
UEFA on Thursday postponed indefinitely a crucial summit with Europe's top football clubs and leagues in which controversial Champions League reforms were set to be discussed.
As the Bundesliga gets back under way this weekend, Borussia Dortmund are preparing to launch an all-out attack on Bayern Munich's seven-year hegemony, and this time they mean it.Â
Ada Hegerberg, Lucy Bronze and Amandine Henry underlined Lyon's dominance of European football by monopolising UEFA's shortlist.
One person has been jailed and 10 others face legal action as part of sting operation launched by Chelsea to tackle ticket touts.
Ernesto Valverde did not get in touch with Denis Suarez after he joined Celta Vigo during the close season, the ex-Barcelona man claimed.
Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Virgil van Dijk are up for UEFA's Player of the Year award, it was announced on Thursday.
The legendary Colombian footballer Valderrama regrets the situation in which James Rodriguez finds himself in at Real Madrid, pointing out that Zinedine Zidane is his only obstacle in triumphing at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium.
Deportivo Alaves have stated this Thursday that they are "against, reject and fully condemn" any type of violence, especially "domestic abuse" after their first team player Oliver Verdon was arrested for presumably attacking his girlfriend.
Tammy Abraham was allegedly racially abused after missing the decisive penalty in Chelsea's shoot-out defeat to Liverpool on Wednesday.
Eight months into his first managerial position, Sol Campbell has left Macclesfield Town by mutual consent.