Ben Foster is on the verge of signing for Watford in a £2.
by: Sam Dean — The Telegraph 26 Jun
Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium has been “future-proofed” for safe standing in the event of a change in legislation for clubs in the Premier League and Championship.
by: John Percy — The Telegraph 21 Jun
Aston Villa are set to avoid the threat of another financial crisis after owner Dr Tony Xia assured the Championship club around £5m in funds.
by: Press Association; Telegraph Sport — The Telegraph 15 Jun
Marcelo Bielsa has been appointed as Leeds' new head coach, the club have confirmed.
by: Roddy Forsyth — The Telegraph 15 Jun
Steven Gerrard’s first experience of league football as a manager looks a tasty prospect – a visit to last season’s Scottish runners-up, Aberdeen, at Pittodrie, a ground where the atmosphere always has an edge when the Ibrox side visit.
by: Chris Bascombe — The Telegraph 13 Jun
Everton manager Marco Silva wants to keep Morgan Schneiderlin at the club as he prepares his Goodison Park shake-up.
by: Jason Burt — The Telegraph 8 Jun
A two-week Premier League winter break will be introduced from 2019-20 to help England during that summer’s European Championship and clubs competing in the Champions League.
by: Jim White — The Telegraph 7 Jun
Terry Butcher knows precisely when it was that he last talked to someone about England’s semi-final defeat in the 1990 World Cup.
Loris Karius' 'alarming' concussion saga sparks urgent warnings from brain experts for football to change protocol
by: Jeremy Wilson — The Telegraph 5 Jun
Brain injury experts have warned football to urgently overhaul their medical protocols after the “alarming” and “extraordinary” chain of events following Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius’s Champions League final concussion.
by: Telegraph Sport — The Telegraph 5 Jun
Manchester United have agreed a deal to sign Brazil midfielder Fred from Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk, the English Premier League club said on Tuesday.
by: Luke Edwards — The Telegraph 5 Jun
Sergio Ramos has mocked Liverpool supporters for claiming he was responsible for injuring Mo Salah and goalkeeper Loris Karius during Real Madrid’s Champions League final win.
'I'm out to break the Pep myth': Yaya Toure accuses Pep Guardiola of having 'problems with Africans'
by: Luke Edwards — The Telegraph 4 Jun
Yaya Toure has claimed Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has a “problem with Africans” and said he was determined to “break the myth” that has developed around the much-decorated Catalan.