Prutton's predicted Champ table so far

How would the Sky Bet Championship table shape up if all David Prutton's predictions this season had come true? We take a look...

Ferguson agrees long-term Posh stay

Darren Ferguson has signed a three-year contract at Peterborough to keep him as manager until the summer of 2022.

Grigg injury blow for N Ireland

Will Grigg has been ruled out of Northern Ireland's European Qualifiers against Estonia and Belarus through injury.

Bolton winding-up petition adjourned

Bolton will not face a points deduction this season but the threat of administration remains after their winding-up petition was adjourned.

Klopp has full faith in Salah

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has backed Mohamed Salah to rediscover his goalscoring form and believes team-mate Sadio Mane can provide inspiration.

Unai Emery has seen enough from Denis Suarez – and it's not good

Arsenal will not make Denis Suarez’s loan from Barcelona permanent this summer, according to The Sun.

Casillas to end career at Porto

Iker Casillas has signed a new contract with FC Porto which he says will see him end his professional career with the club.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has full faith in Mohamed Salah

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has backed Mohamed Salah to rediscover his goalscoring form and believes team-mate Sadio Mane can provide inspiration.

English players’ Premier League playing time reduced

The proportion of Premier League playing time this season for English players has dipped to 30 per cent, Press Association Sport figures show.

Liverpool have a big advantage in the race for Real Madrid centre-back – but it could cost them a forward

Liverpool could sign Raphael Varane from Real Madrid this summer, but only if they allow Sadio Mané to move in the opposite direction.

Euro papers: Jose sets return date

All the news from Europe's papers, including Jose Mourinho on a return to management and Man Utd's hopes of signing Douglas Costa.

Chelsea to face Japan champions

Chelsea will play J-League champions Kawasaki Frontale as part of their pre-season preparations.

Ex-Portsmouth, Southampton midfielder arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking

Former Premier League midfielder Jhon Viafara has been arrested on suspicion of drug trafficking, accrding to El Tiempo. 

Jesus: I'll keep fighting Aguero

Gabriel Jesus will not give up his fight with Sergio Aguero for a starting role at Manchester City, insisting he is in "no rush".

Eden Hazard drops major hint over whether he'll be at Chelsea next season

Eden Hazard has hinted that he will leave Chelsea to join Real Madrid this summer.

Matic to miss Serbia matches

Nemanja Matic will miss the forthcoming international period after it was confirmed he will not play in Serbia's games against Germany and Portugal.

Women's Super League secures record deal

The FA Women's Super League is to be sponsored by Barclays from the 2019/20 season in what is the biggest commercial investment in UK women's sport.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic reveals why he rejected a move to Manchester City

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has revealed that he turned down a transfer to Manchester City in 2010.

Evra: I am not homophobic

Patrice Evra has denied he is homophobic after Paris Saint-Germain condemned what they say were anti-gay insults aimed at the club by the former France captain.

Liverpool could agree deal for Juventus star within a matter of weeks – report

Liverpool could agree a quick deal to sign Juventus forward Paulo Dybala, according to Tutto Mercato.

Wednesday's big football transfer rumours: Arsenal and Manchester United in tug of war for Roma hero

The tabloid chatter today reveals the battle for a £31m Greek stopper...

McTominay: Ole eased my doubts

Scott McTominay says concerns over his Manchester United future have been dispelled by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Manchester United in pole position to sign wantaway World Cup winner – report

Manchester United are leading the race to sign Atletico Madrid forward Antoine Griezmann, according to Sport.

WATCH: Sancho's cheeky panenka

'It took some bottle' - Jadon Sancho's cheeky panenka impressed his England colleagues - including Harry Kane and Gareth Southgate.

Rice: England choice a 'tough decision'

West Ham midfielder Declan Rice says he was "bursting with pride" after he was called into the England squad.

Football rumours from the media

What the papers sayManchester United will face competition from other top European clubs in their bid to bring Antoine Griezmann to Old Trafford, the Daily Mirror says. The release clause for the Atletico Madrid World Cup winner will fall £70million over the summer according to the paper.

POTY contenders: Sterling

We assess Raheem Sterling's chances of winning the PFA Player of the Year award.

'Future looks good for Spurs'

Harry Redknapp says "the future looks good" for Tottenham and is backing them to win a trophy in the next couple of years.

Rose: Spurs slump is 'crazy'

Danny Rose concedes the slump in Tottenham's league form is alarming, particularly given their end of season run-in.

Heaton enjoying Pickford rivalry

Tom Heaton says he is enjoying his rivalry with Jordan Pickford for the England No 1 shirt.

PL title run-in: Pundits predict

The Soccer Saturday pundits predict the last 15 games of the Premier League season involving Liverpool and Man City.

When Bale made his Wales debut...

When Gareth Bale made his Wales debut against Trinidad and Tobago in 2006, few would have predicted how the next 13 years would pan out.

Tom Heaton determined to oust ‘outstanding’ England keeper Jordan Pickford

Tom Heaton is more interested in Jordan Pickford’s outstanding international performances than his club troubles, although the Burnley goalkeeper’s determination to usurp him as England number one is clear.

Bolton due in High Court to face winding-up petition

Bolton are due in the High Court to face a winding-up petition on Wednesday, a day after confirming takeover talks with an interested party had ended.

Ryan Giggs: Wales can’t be reliant on Gareth Bale

Wales manager Ryan Giggs wants to take the pressure off Gareth Bale heading into the 2020 European Championship campaign.

Harry Kane believes England can eclipse 2018 achievements this year

England captain Harry Kane believes the Three Lions can eclipse their achievements of 2018 by enjoying another stellar 12 months.

Steve Harper wants Bailey Peacock-Farrell to follow Jordan Pickford’s example

Steve Harper has encouraged Northern Ireland goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell to learn from England’s Jordan Pickford after losing his place at Leeds.

Kane: NL glory would top World Cup year

Harry Kane believes 2019 will be even more successful than last year for England if they win the Nations League finals in June.

Declan Rice ‘bursting with pride’ after England call-up

West Ham midfielder Declan Rice is determined to look forward after earning a first England call-up, which had him “bursting with pride” and feeling better from illness.

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'England on course to win a World Cup'

Harry Redknapp believes England will win a World Cup or European Championship within the next eight years.

England defender Rose hails Sterling’s criticism of media

England full-back Danny Rose has praised his international team-mate Raheem Sterling for criticising the portrayal of black players in the media.

Bolton takeover talks fall through ahead of winding-up petition

Troubled Bolton have suffered further frustration after talks with an interested party over the sale of the club ended unsuccessfully, a day before the Championship strugglers are due in the High Court to face a winding-up petition.

Trinidad & Tobago boss Lawrence ready for Wrexham return

Trinidad & Tobago boss Dennis Lawrence finally gets the chance to manage at Wrexham three months after he almost took charge of his former club.

Kieran Trippier keen to finish disappointing season on a high

Kieran Trippier admits he could have done a lot better this season but the out-of-sorts World Cup star is determined to end the campaign on a high with England and Tottenham.

Potential buyer pulls out of Bolton talks

Troubled Bolton have suffered more frustration after talks over the sale of the club ended unsuccessfully.

Everton investigate after object allegedly thrown onto pitch against Chelsea

Everton have launched an investigation after an object was allegedly thrown onto the pitch during their 2-0 win over Chelsea on Sunday.

Harry Kane welcomes Callum Hudson-Odoi’s flair to England squad

England captain Harry Kane is looking forward to seeing the added “flair and flexibility” brought to the squad by newcomer Callum Hudson-Odoi.

Inter handed suspended ban over racism

Inter Milan have been handed a suspended sentence of having one of its stands closed for a match after its fans were again found guilty of racist chanting.

O'Neill: NI in must-win territory

Michael O'Neill says Northern Ireland are already in must-win territory as they prepare for the start of the European Qualifiers.

Jorginho's agent explains what under-fire Maurizio Sarri needs to succeed

The agent of Chelsea midfielder Jorginho insists that Chelsea simply need more time for Maurizio Sarri’s style of football to begin yielding results.

Harry Kane excited by potential of Callum Hudson-Odoi

England captain Harry Kane is excited by the promotion of under-21 international Callum Hudson-Odoi to the senior squad.

Steve Harper impressed with Northern Ireland goalkeepers after starting new job

Steve Harper is excited by the potential of Northern Ireland’s goalkeepers after getting his first taste of his new coaching role.

Leroy Sane is now ready to star for Germany – Joachim Low

Head coach Joachim Low believes Manchester City forward Leroy Sane is now ready to star for Germany.

No citing for Morelos, Broadfoot

Alfredo Morelos will be available for Rangers' Old Firm meeting with Celtic after no disciplinary action was raised against either him or Kirk Broadfoot.

Kane: Hudson-Odoi keen to impress

Harry Kane believes Callum Hudson-Odoi will be keen to make the most of his opportunity to impress after earning a late call-up to the England squad.

A journey around the Premier League stadiums

Football fans will have a new ground to visit next month when Tottenham move from their temporary home at Wembley to their new stadium.

Jose Mourinho reveals who he thinks is the world’s most valuable player

‘Incredible’ Paris Saint-Germain striker Kylian Mbappe is the most valuable player in the world right now, according to Jose Mourinho.

Euro 2020 finals: All the dates

Qualifying for Euro 2020 is getting underway, so what dates do you need to get into your diaries for the finals?

Alex Ferguson named only as second-best manager of all time by French publication

Manchester United legend Sir Alex Ferguson has been named as the second-best club manager of all time by a French publication.

Arsenal keen on Atletico Madrid winger – but the deal is complicated

Arsenal manager Unai Emery wants to bring Gelson Martins to the Emirates Stadium this summer, according to A Bola.

Tammy Abraham reveals whether or not he'll be at Chelsea next season

Tammy Abraham has vowed to fight for his place at Chelsea next season as he seeks to make the breakthrough at his parent club.

Giggs: Zlatan clearly knows Utd best!

Ryan Giggs has hit back at Zlatan Ibrahimovic after he criticised the Class of '92 over their complaints about Manchester United.

Ryan Giggs hits back at Zlatan Ibrahimovic criticism

Ryan Giggs has responded to Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s criticism of the Class of 92 by insisting players with “over 2,000 games between us” are entitled to have an opinion about Manchester United.

Everton boss Silva fined over behaviour following defeat at Newcastle

Everton manager Marco Silva has been fined £12,000 after accepting an improper conduct charge for his behaviour after the defeat to Newcastle earlier this month.

Silva fined over Newcastle incident

Everton manager Marco Silva has been fined £12,000 by the FA for confronting match officials following Everton's 3-2 defeat at Newcastle on March 9.

Arsenal and Manchester United battling for bargain Roma star

Defender Manolas will have a release clause triggered if Roma fail to qualify for the Champions League this season

Key Man City PL clash now live on Sky

Title-chasing Manchester City's Premier League encounter with Cardiff at the Etihad will now be shown live on Sky Sports in April.

David Beckham's Inter Miami eye audacious move for Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo

David Beckham has hinted that he may try and bring Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo to Inter Miami.

Robertson ruled out of Scotland’s opening Euro 2020 qualifier

Andy Robertson will miss Scotland’s 2020 European Championship qualifier with Kazakhstan on Thursday but will join up with the team in San Marino on Friday.

England squad at full strength

England were at full strength as they stepped up preparations for the start of the European Qualifiers against the Czech Republic.

Robertson returns for San Marino game

Scotland captain Andy Robertson will be available for Sunday’s European Qualifier against San Marino.

Virgil van Dijk reveals the real reason for his mistake against Fulham

Liverpool defender Virgil van Dijk has joked that he only made a mistake against Fulham on Sunday because he wanted to boost the confidence of international team-mate Ryan Babel.

Hazard puts Real talk on hold

Eden Hazard says he wants to help Chelsea win the Europa League before considering a move to Real Madrid.

Ramsey out of Wales vs Trinidad & Tobago

Aaron Ramsey has been ruled out of Wales' friendly against Trinidad and Tobago on Wednesday with a thigh injury.

Stevens puts Blades’ promotion push on back-burner to target key Ireland role

Enda Stevens is putting his dreams of Premier League football to one side as he targets a key role in the Republic of Ireland’s Euro 2020 qualifying campaign.

No fresh injury concerns as England prepare for opening Euro 2020 qualifier

Gareth Southgate has no fresh injury concerns to contend with as England prepare to kick-off Euro 2020 qualification against the Czech Republic.

Charlie's international predictions

The first international break of 2019 is here, and so is Charlie Nicholas with his European Qualifiers and friendlies predictions.

Sean Dyche: I’ll use break to reflect and make sense of worrying Burnley run

Sean Dyche will use the international break to “reflect and make sense” of Burnley’s worrying recent run.

Spurs warn fans touting tickets

Tottenham have warned the club will suspend the accounts of fans touting tickets for the club's first game at the new stadium, against Crystal Palace.

Xherdan Shaqiri withdraws from Switzerland squad with groin injury

Liverpool winger Xherdan Shaqiri has pulled out of Switzerland’s squad for Euro 2020 qualifiers against Georgia and Denmark.

Manchester United on red alert as Real Madrid centre-back considers future

Manchester United could renew their longstanding interest in Raphael Varane after reports suggested the World Cup winner is considering his future at Real Madrid.

Man City face Brighton in opening FA Cup semi-final

Manchester City’s bid for the quadruple will continue on April 6 after they were handed the first FA Cup semi-final tie.

Alexis Sanchez addresses his disastrous form for Manchester United

Manchester United forward Alexis Sanchez is determined to succeed at the club and insists he still has belief in his ability.

'Board diversity will inspire change'

Diversifying boardrooms at football clubs is crucial to improving the inclusion of BAME individuals in the sport, says Dame Heather Rabbatts.

Chelsea face fight to keep N'Golo Kante, with three European giants interested

Chelsea could face a battle to keep N’Golo Kante this summer, with Calciomercato reporting that Juventus, PSG and Real Madrid are all keen on the France international.

Ireland’s Keogh prepared to face Gibraltar despite nursing broken hand

Richard Keogh is ready to play with a broken hand as the Republic of Ireland attempt to launch their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with victory in Gibraltar.

Injured Long out of Ireland squad

Shane Long is out of the Republic of Ireland squad due to a groin injury ahead of their European Qualifiers against Gibraltar and Georgia.

Sanchez determined to succeed at United

Alexis Sanchez is determined to “win silverware” at Manchester United and insists he still has belief in his ability.

Bolton face winding-up order tomorrow

A winding-up petition against Bolton Wanderers has been set at High Court for Wednesday, with a proposed takeover off, Sky Sports News understands.

How Scotland have fared when facing an opponent for the first time

Scotland take on Kazakhstan for the first time in Astana on Thursday.

There's a club prepared to take Alexis Sanchez off Manchester United’s hands – but only if he takes a pay cut

Juventus could end Alexis Sanchez’s Manchester United misery by bringing him to Turin this summer – but only if the Chilean accepts a wage cut.

Alexis Sanchez determined to find best form for Manchester United

Manchester United forward Alexis Sanchez is determined to succeed at the club and insists he still has belief in his ability.

Britain’s richest man Jim Ratcliffe linked with buying Chelsea

Billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe could buy the Premier League club after completing a takeover of cycling’s Team Sky, with owner Roman Abramovich open to offers

Euro papers: United hope for Griezmann

All the latest news and rumours from Europe, where Man Utd target Antoine Griezmann wants to leave Atletico Madrid this summer.

‘You’ve had your time’ – Ibrahimovic praises Pogba and blasts Manchester United’s Class of ’92

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has hit out at the Class of ’92 for criticising Manchester United from the sidelines.

Coutinho at a crossroads

Philippe Coutinho is struggling to meet expectations at Barcelona. What's gone wrong? And what comes next?

The Manchester United and Arsenal target that could be available for a cut-price fee this summer

Defender Manolas will have a release clause triggered if Roma fail to qualify for the Champions League this season

Nemanja Vidic says Toby Alderweireld should not be a priority for Manchester United

Nemanja Vidic believes Manchester United should not make Toby Alderweireld a priority in the summer transfer market.

Korean FAs keen on joint World Cup bid

The Korea Football Association have expressed interest in a joint bid with DPR Korea Football Association to host the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.

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Liverpool face fight to keep Sadio Mané as Real Madrid renew interest

Real Madrid are set to renew their interest in Liverpool forward Sadio Mané as Zinedine Zidane plots a squad overhaul this summer.

Tuesday's big football transfer rumours: what the papers say

The whispers and gossip from Tuesday's media 

Mauricio Pochettino nods at future interest in Real Madrid job

Mauricio Pochettino has admitted interest in the Real Madrid job one day, but reiterated his commitment to Tottenham in the meantime. 

Matt Taylor to hang up boots at end of season

Former Premier League player Matt Taylor has confirmed his intention to retire from playing at the end of the current season.

Abraham: I believe I'll play for Chelsea

Tammy Abraham believes he has the ability to play for Chelsea and wants to return to the club after his loan at Aston Villa.

Van Dijk: Goals will come for Salah

"World class" Mohamed Salah will rediscover his goalscoring touch for Liverpool, says team-mate Virgil van Dijk.

Zlatan: Fergie holding back Man Utd

Zlatan Ibrahimovic says Man Utd must forget Sir Alex Ferguson because his former success is holding the club back.

Football rumours from the media

What the papers sayManchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira could be heading for a loan spell next season, The Sun reports, as the Red Devils look to tie him down for the long term. After agreeing a 12-month renewal option last week, United hope a season-long loan will persuade the 23-year-old to commit to a new four-year deal at Old Trafford, the paper says.

POTY contenders: Aguero

Would Sergio Aguero be a deserving winner of the PFA Player of the Year award?

Carra: Why Liverpool fits Klopp

Jurgen Klopp fits Liverpool, and Liverpool fits Jurgen Klopp. But in exactly what way? Jamie Carragher gives his verdict

Hughton: Lost generation of BAME coaches

Brighton boss Chris Hughton has called on football's decision-makers to ensure another generation of talented BAME coaches is not lost to the game.

How Balotelli is bouncing back again

Instagram celebrations, fitness issues, falling out with Patrick Vieira, and scoring goals. A look at Mario Balotelli's time in France.

Jarvis on mental trauma of injury

Matt Jarvis missed almost three years of his career but he has fought back from the brink.

Hudson-Odoi determined to make an impact after receiving first England call-up

Callum Hudson-Odoi was “shocked” when told he had won his first England call-up – but is determined to “make an impact” with the national team.

'Liverpool can go the distance'

Emma Hayes insists "resilient" Liverpool have demonstrated they can go the distance in the Premier League title race.

Giggs: Euros to define me as Wales boss

Ryan Giggs is determined to win over his Wales doubters after acknowledging that the 2020 European Championship campaign will define his time as national-team manager.

Calvert-Lewin happy to spearhead Everton

Dominic Calvert-Lewin is relishing the challenge of leading the line for Everton.

Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold embracing title race

Trent Alexander-Arnold was watching from the stands as a teenage fan the last time Liverpool were this far embroiled in a Premier League title race.

Wales boss Giggs determined to win over doubters

Ryan Giggs is determined to win over his Wales doubters after acknowledging that the 2020 European Championship campaign will define his time as national-team manager.

Calvert-Lewin happy to be focal point of Everton attack

Striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin is relishing the challenge of leading the line for Everton.

Shaqiri out of Switzerland qualifiers

Liverpool winger Xherdan Shaqiri has been ruled out of Switzerland's opening European Qualifiers due to injury.

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Birmingham await decision on potential 12-point deduction

Birmingham face an anxious wait before learning whether an expected points deduction is severe enough to plunge them into a relegation battle.

Rayo Vallecano sack coach Michel

Rayo Vallecano have sacked coach Michel after seven consecutive La Liga defeats left them second from bottom, six points from safety.

Xavi: Messi best player in history

Lionel Messi is the "best player in history", according to his former Barcelona team-mate Xavi.

Poch: Barca favourites to win CL

Mauricio Pochettino believes Barcelona are favourites to win a sixth Champions League title.

Brain injury charity ‘appalled’ by Ospina concussion incident

Football has been accused of failing to take concussion seriously by a brain injury charity after Napoli goalkeeper David Ospina collapsed during a match on Sunday.

James Collins eager to make most of Ireland call-up

James Collins has come a long way since the darkest day of his career to date.

Burchnall: Morrison deserves more credit

Ostersunds manager Ian Burchnall believes Ravel Morrison deserves more credit for his decision to move to Sweden.

PL players on international duty

The March international break is upon us, but which players from Premier League clubs will be competing for their countries?

‘A dream come true’: Hudson-Odoi delighted to receive first England call-up

Highly-rated Chelsea teenager Callum Hudson-Odoi has been handed his first England call-up.

5 things you may not know about Callum Hudson-Odoi

Chelsea teenager Callum Hudson-Odoi has been called up to the England squad for the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifiers against the Czech Republic and Montenegro.

Captain Wes Morgan signs one-year contract extension with Leicester

Leicester captain Wes Morgan has signed a new one-year contract extension, the Premier League club have announced.

Who's in Low's new-look Germany side?

Only three of Germany's 2014 World Cup-winning squad survived Joachim Low's latest selection, so who's included in the new-look side?

Doncaster cancel Mason contract

Doncaster have cancelled the contract of Niall Mason following his conviction for sexual assault.

Morgan extends contract until 2020

Wes Morgan has signed a one-year extension to his Leicester contract, keeping him at the club until 2020.

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