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Edinson Cavani has put Jose Mourinho on alert by admitting he may quit Paris Saint-Germain.
West Brom officials have held peace talks with angry Baggies stars after Saturday night's Hawthorns punch-up.
Michael Laudrup is in talks to take over at Israeli club Maccabi Haifa.
Erik Lamela will not quit Spurs, his brother insists.
Julian Speroni says he is still in the dark about his Crystal Palace future.
Fulham's William Kvist is unsure where his loan future lies when his loan ends in the summer.
Reading chairman John Madejski has denied he is selling up for $33m.
Chelsea are facing an investigation after being accused of ordering partner club Vitesse Arnhem to lose matches.
Saido Berahino's dressing-room bust-up has exposed a rift threatening to tear apart West Brom's squad.
Fulham boss Felix Magath will face a 30 per cent pay cut if they go down.
Brighton are weighing up a move to bring Bobby Zamora back on a summer Bosman.
Morgan Amalfitano is ready to quit West Brom this summer - after they missed a signing deadline.
Younes Kaboul is ready to copy Sol Campbell by quitting Tottenham to join fierce rivals Arsenal on a free transfer.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic once begged Jose Mourinho to substitute him because he was so disgusted with team-mate Mario Balotelli.
Millwall chairman John Berylson says he will not sack Ian Holloway even if the club are relegated to League One.
Watford have opened talks with defender Mario Cassetti over a new one-year deal.
Joey Barton has called on ex-QPR boss Mark Hughes to apologise for his part in the club's relegation from the Premier League last season.
Bayern Munich accused Wayne Rooney of diving to get Bastian Schweinsteiger sent off on Tuesday night.
The fan in charge of the flyover demonstration at Old Trafford during Manchester United's win over Aston Villa has privately apologised to United fan group Red Issue.
Uruguay's Football Association has been accused of damaging the nation's World Cup hopes after they resigned en masse amid a crisis over violence at matches.
Sports minister Helen Grant has confirmed she is investigating the fees councils charge for football pitches amid warnings that the sport is steadily becoming a game for children with rich parents.