Solskjaer rejects Neville criticism as Rashford begins recovery
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has contradicted former team-mate, Gary Neville, by saying on Tuesday United are on the "right track".
Qatar, FIFA publish World Cup rights pledges
Qatar and FIFA published Tuesday the first jointly issued legacy planning strategy ahead of a football World Cup, with pledges on labour and LGBT rights alongside protections for activists and journalists.
United charged by FA over players misconduct
Manchester United have been charged by the Football Association (FA) over the misconduct of their players in the 2-0 defeat by runaway Premier League leaders Liverpool.
Mbappe dreams of 'Champions League, Euro 2020 and Olympic treble'
Kylian Mbappe says he is dreaming of helping Paris Saint-Germain win a first Champions League trophy this year, as well as leading France to the title at Euro 2020 and the Olympic Games in Tokyo.
La Liga chief concerned reforms will hasten growing financial gulf
La Liga president Javier Tebas has warned Europe's top clubs of the destabilising effect seeking further riches through a revamped Champions League or FIFA's new Club World Cup will have on national leagues.
Premier League wobbles leave top four chase wide open
Chelsea remains in pole position to claim the fourth spot in the Premier League and a return to the riches and prestige of the Champions League next season.
Talking points in European football this weekend
Barcelona won their first game under Quique Setien, Erling Braut Haaland enjoyed a dream debut with Borussia Dortmund and Juventus ominously extended their lead at the top of Serie A at the weekend.
A year on, Sala's death continues to haunt football and fuel disputes
One year after the footballer Emiliano Sala died, there will be memorial services on Tuesday in both Nantes and Cardiff, but while the two cities are united in grief, the fatal air crash continues to raise questions.