Fernandes steps down as QPR co-chairman

QPR co-chairman Tony Fernandes has stepped down to allow shareholder Amit Bhatia to take over as the club's chairman.

Man Utd target new technical director

Manchester United have identified Dan Ashworth ad Paul Mitchell as potential candidates for the role of technical director.

Yedlin's knee injury 'not serious'

Newcastle have confirmed DeAndre Yedlin did not suffer a serious knee injury during Saturday's Premier League defeat by Tottenham.

No concerns over Jose’s third season

Manchester United officials do not believe Jose Mourinho will suffer 'third season syndrome', according to Sky sources.

Hamburg 1 Bayern Munich 4: Wagner and Muller hit braces in comeback victory

Bayern Munich followed up their 5-0 win over Eintracht Frankfurt in the DFL-Supercup with a 4-1 friendly win against Hamburg.

De Bruyne may miss 'two to four months'

Manchester City have confirmed midfielder Kevin De Bruyne has injured his right knee in training.

Mainz agree loan for Spurs' N'Koudou

Tottenham have agreed to let Georges-Kevin N'Koudou join German club Mainz on loan, according to Sky sources.

Ospina set for Napoli medical

David Ospina is expected to arrive in Rome on Wednesday evening for a medical ahead of his loan move to Napoli.

Modric benched for UEFA Super Cup clash with Atletico Madrid

Julen Lopetegui has left out Thibaut Courtois and Luka Modric for his first competitive game in charge of Real Madrid.

Moses announces international retirement

Victor Moses has retired from international football in order to focus on his club career at Chelsea.

Vlasic joins CSKA Moscow on loan

Everton midfielder Nikola Vlasic has joined CSKA Moscow on a season-long loan.

Barcelona 3 Boca Juniors 0: Messi, Malcom net as Barca win Joan Gamper Trophy

Barcelona won the Joan Gamper Trophy for a sixth year in a row, beating Boca Juniors of Argentina 3-0 at Camp Nou.

Gerrard: Rangers won't just sit back

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard admits his side won't just "sit back" despite their 3-1 lead over Maribor.

Mallo suggests he turned down Fulham

Hugo Mallo has suggested he turned down an offer to join Fulham in favour of staying with Celta Vigo this summer.

United's vision for success

New Manchester United women's boss Casey Stoney on club traditions and launching a team from scratch.

Everton feared missing out on Mina after World Cup strike

Colombia international Yerry Mina's goal against England could have scuppered his move to Everton, according to Marcel Brands.

Bordeaux in talks for Rangers' Morelos

Bordeaux are in negotiations with Rangers over Alfredo Morelos, having had an initial bid in excess of £3.75m rejected, sources in France have told Sky Sports News.

Walker: We can cope without De Bruyne

Kyle Walker is confident Manchester City will be able to cope with the loss of Kevin De Bruyne to injury.

Diego Costa nets fastest UEFA Super Cup goal ever

Real Madrid conceded the first competitive goal of the Julen Lopetegui era after 49 seconds - Diego Costa breaking a UEFA Super Cup record.

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Can Bale deliver as Real's main man?

With Cristiano Ronaldo gone, the path is clear for Gareth Bale to be Real Madrid's main man. Can he deliver consistently?

Gundogan ready to step up in absence of injured De Bruyne

Kevin De Bruyne is reportedly in danger of a three-month injury lay-off, but Ilkay Gundogan is hoping to kick on and step up in his absence.

Dyche expects goalkeeper unrest

Sean Dyche accepts there is bound to be some unhappiness within Burnley's goalkeeping ranks this season.

Schalke offered 11 PL players

Schalke sporting director Christian Heidel has reiterated that Schalke are not on the market for players from the Premier League.

Real Madrid 2 Atletico Madrid 4 (after extra time): Saul stunner seals Super Cup glory

Julen Lopetegui saw his Real Madrid side lose the UEFA Super Cup in his first game in charge, Atletico Madrid winning 4-2 in Tallinn.

'Pep can deal with De Bruyne absence'

If any manager can cope without Kevin De Bruyne, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola can, according to Craig Bellamy.

Salihamidzic, Kovac not standing in way of Rudy exit

Sebastian Rudy is reportedly angling for a move from Bayern Munich and it seems they are willing to let him depart, with Schalke circling.

Simeone's eclipses Aragones as Atletico's top coach with seventh title

Luis Aragones won six major titles at Atletico Madrid but he has been overtaken by Diego Simeone after the Rojiblancos beat Real Madrid.

Valverde defends Suarez performances

Luis Suarez has received some criticism in recent days, but Ernesto Valverde pointed out he struggled at the start of last season as well.

Euro papers: Zidane to succeed Jose?

Zinedine Zidane reportedly hopes to succeed Jose Mourinho as Manchester United manager, plus all the latest from the European newspapers.

Campbell set for Frosinone medical

Arsenal forward Joel Campbell is set for a medical with Serie A club Frosinone on Thursday after arriving in Italy.

Jahanbakhsh: Brighton's Iran ace

Alireza Jahanbakhsh is set for his home debut against Man Utd. Here's what you need to know about Brighton's record signing...

United's vision for success

New Manchester United women's boss Casey Stoney on club traditions and launching a team from scratch.

Big season for Bernardo?

Bernardo Silva has started well for Manchester City and looks ready to seize centre-stage.

Cardiff's different threat

Cardiff City's style is very different to their Premier League rivals. But can it bring them success in the top tier?

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