All the top stories and transfer rumours from Friday’s newspapers…
Jack Wilshere has held talks with Major League Soccer club Colorado Rapids over becoming their new head coach.
Crystal Palace have cleared most of the formal barriers to begin work on the redevelopment of Selhurst Park, but costs have ballooned to around £150m.
Real Madrid have agreed new contracts with Fede Valverde and Eduardo Camavinga.
The completion of Liverpool’s Anfield Road Stand redevelopment has been further delayed with the upper tier set to remain closed until the new year.
Watford technical director Ben Manga has left the Championship club.
Sheffield Wednesday have agreed a deal to appoint Danny Rohl as their new manager.
Newcastle are reportedly plotting a January swoop for Arsenal midfielder Emile Smith Rowe.
Arsenal, Chelsea and Newcastle are all in the hunt for Borussia Dortmund’s English star Jamie Bynoe-Gittens, according to reports.
West Ham star Tomas Soucek is being lined up by Italian giants Inter Milan ahead of a possible free transfer at the end of the season, according to reports in Italy.
Joao Felix’s shockingly low wages have been revealed as Barcelona plan to give him a massive pay rise.
Kalvin Phillips could be offered a shock escape route from Manchester City by Bayern Munich.
Chris Hughton has not given up hope on Eddie Nketiah switching his allegiance to Ghana – despite the Arsenal star being in line for his England debut against Australia.
Sir Jim Ratcliffe has reportedly emerged as the frontrunner in the race to acquire Manchester United ahead of Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad Al Thani.
Jesse Lingard has played in a friendly for Al-Ettifaq – needing just four minutes to score as he eyes a contract with the Saudi club.
Real Madrid star Jude Bellingham, Manchester United striker Rasmus Hojlund and Chelsea defender Levi Colwill are among the 25 finalists for the 2023 Golden Boy award.
Leading Jewish groups have hit out at English football’s response to the Hamas attacks in Israel and criticised the Football Association’s refusal to light up the Wembley arch in the colours of the Israeli flag.
Wayne Rooney has said he rejected an offer to manage in Saudi Arabia in favour of a return to England as he outlined his determination to showcase his credentials at Birmingham, who he believes could become “one of the biggest stories” in the game.
The Football Association is in favour of video assistant referee conversations broadcast live to give fans clarity over decisions, but have received opposition from referees.
The Football Association has been accused of sending a message that ‘Jews do not count’ and letting down England’s Jewish community by refusing to light up the Wembley arch in recognition of the Hamas terror attack.
Reading are set to complete a £50m sale to William Storey, the British businessman and former Formula One team backer.
Gareth Southgate says neither he nor the England squad were consulted by the Football Association as to what the appropriate level of tribute would be following the terror attacks in Israel.
Phil Mickelson has accused the four majors of blocking LIV Golf’s access to world rankings points to ensure they retain the overwhelming share of the profits generated from their tournaments.
The UK government could be forced to step in and provide funding to complete the construction of Casement Park in Belfast ahead of Euro 2028.
Manchester United takeover bidder Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad al Thani has seen his efforts to line up another takeover deal backfire after enquiring about buying control of Champions League finalists Inter Milan, reports suggest.
Manchester United’s hopes of recruiting Everton star Amadou Onana in the winter transfer window have been given a significant boost after he refused to commit to his club for the rest of the season.
Andre Onana is reportedly so committed to be a success at Manchester United that he is reluctant to join up with Cameroon for the Africa Cup of Nations, after telling Erik ten Hag he did not want to end his international retirement.
Manchester United remain undecided over Anthony Martial’s future at the club, with the Frenchman’s contract set to expire next summer.
Napoli chief Aurelio De Laurentiis is ready to hire a new coach – just months after bringing in Rudi Garcia – seeking a manager who can bring more technical prowess to the struggling Serie A team.
The FA has received offers from American private equity firms who want to buy into the Women’s Super League ahead of a planned relaunch next season.
Family members of a group of England players are absent from FIFA’s post-exam agents list, including Charlie Kane, brother of captain Harry.
Bayern Munich’s honorary president, Uli Hoeness, has hit back at Thomas Tuchel’s public criticisms over the club’s transfer business during the summer.
Tottenham have received reassurances from the NFL that they are happy with facilities at the football stadium ahead of Sunday’s clash between the Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens.
Logan Paul’s bout with Dillon Danis could be under threat after the pair came to blows on Thursday afternoon.
Hyun-jun Yang has told Celtic they haven’t seen the best of him yet as he admits European action left him nervous.
Pape Habib Gueye has admitted he is playing catch-up because he had to take a hardline stance to force through his Aberdeen transfer.
Celtic youngster Jacob Donnelly has signed a pre-contract with the club ahead of penning a long-term professional deal.