Lampard, Villa agree to sign for MLS franchise New York City
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Qatar's top football official, Mohamed bin Hammam, used a covert campaign of bribes to secure the 2022 World Cup for his country, it has been alleged.
The chairman of the Commons culture committee, John Whittingdale, as well as other top football chiefs, politicians and anti-corruption experts, have called for the 2022 World Cup vote to be re-run and the tournament hosted in another country.
Arsenal do not want to re-sign former skipper Cesc Fabregas - because Arsene Wenger thinks he is too similar to Mesut Ozil. Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City are reportedly interested in the Barcelona star.
Football agent Henry Chukwuma Okoroji has attempted to fix matches at this summer's World Cup.
Arsenal defender Bacary Sagna has turned down lucrative offers from Dubai and Monaco in favour of a £150,000-a-week deal at Premier League champions Manchester City.
Leeds are set to name Gianluca Festa as their new manager, following Brian McDermott's recent sacking.
Frank Lampard has agreed to join New York City - the MLS soccer franchise owned by Manchester City - after being told he would not be offered a new deal at Chelsea.
Lampard will join David Villa at the New York club after both players were at City's Carrington training complex on Saturday to thrash out deals.
Raheem Sterling is set to sign a new deal at Liverpool just 18 months after penning his previous contract extension. He could see his wages rise to £100,000 a week.
Spurs hope to beat Liverpool to the signing of Adam Lallana by offering Andros Townsend to Southampton as part of the deal.
Steven Caulker could be making a shock return to White Hart Lane after leaving Tottenham for Cardiff last summer.
Milan striker Mario Ballotelli is targeting a return to the Premier League but Manchester City are not interested in activating a buy-back clause, which is part of the deal that saw him sold to the San Siro for £20million last year.
Manchester United have made their first moves to complete Louis van Gaal's first signing - by opening talks with FC Dnipro over Yevhen. Konoplyanka.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger wants Cesc Fabregas back - and Barcelona are ready to do business.
Manchester United have identified five key targets ahead of the summer transfer window and will give new manager Louis van Gaal a budget of £220m to sign them.
Liverpool are leading the chase to sign Cesc Fabregas after Barcelona put the midfielder up for sale.
The Spain international will cost around £30million this summer, and both Arsenal and Manchester United are reported to be interested in bringing him back to the Premier League.
Manchester United defender Michael Keane wants to make himself the new Rio Ferdinand, who is out of contract and looking for a club.
Italy could be without star midfielder Riccardo Montolivo for the World Cup after he was stretchered off in a friendly against Republic of Ireland. He has a suspected fractured tibia.
David Beckham has been met with stiff opposition to the proposed building of a stadium for his new Miami-based MLS franchise in the city's port district.
Everton plan to double midfielder James McCarthy's wages in a new deal that would keep the 23-year-old at Goodison Park until 2019. The Ireland international has been linked with a move to Manchester United.
Southampton are holding out for a fee of £30m for each of their coveted England internationals Luke Shaw and Adam Lallana. Left-back Shaw, 18, has been linked with a move to Manchester United, while Liverpool have made a bid of £25m for 26-year-old midfielder Lallana.
Louis van Gaal, who will take over at Manchester United, after coaching Netherlands at the World Cup, has made injured Dutch international midfielder Kevin Strootman his number one transfer target.