Clubs call for more time for Champions League reform
European Club Association chairman Andrea Agnelli insisted on Tuesday that the "real deadline" to finalise controversial plans to reform the UEFA Champions League is not until 2022 as clubs struggle to reach agreement on a way forward.
Europe's clubs divided over Champions League reform
The battle over the future of the Champions League will resume on Monday and Tuesday when the European Club Association (ECA) meets in Geneva and the leadership faces a rebellion from members.
Gareth Bale 'raring to go' for Wales after Real Madrid uncertainty
Gareth Bale says he feels more settled after a turbulent period at Real Madrid and is "raring to go" as Wales prepare to take on Azerbaijan in a Euro 2020 qualifier on Friday.
Inter fans tell Lukaku monkey chants are 'not racist'
A group of hardcore Inter Milan supporters have written an open letter to Romelu Lukaku telling the Belgian striker that fans making monkey noises during a football match was not a sign of racism.
'One of the best' - Germany's Werner eyes Van Dijk duel
Germany striker Timo Werner admits he will quite literally be playing in the shadow of Dutch defender Virgil Van Dijk when Joachim Loew's side host the Netherlands in Hamburg on Friday in a clash of the European powerhouses.
Neymar and PSG left to pick up pieces as transfer saga ends
Neymar's decision to join Paris Saint-Germain in 2017 was motivated by a desire to establish himself as the best player in the world, but a troubled time in the French capital has left the Brazilian at risk of wasting the best years of his career.
Valverde awaits Neymar relief and Messi return
Barcelona coach Ernesto Valverde has admitted he cannot wait for speculation about Neymar to end when the transfer window closes on Monday.
Lampard hopes international break rest will do Kante good
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard is hopeful the upcoming international break will give midfielder N'Golo Kante the time he needs to recover from an ankle injury.