Barcelona have announced that they are suing Neymar for a breach of contract, saying they’re owed €8.5m (around £7.8m) from last year’s renewal bonus.
Borussia Dortmund have rejected a Barcelona bid for unsettled France forward Ousmane Dembele, the Bundesliga club have said.
Paris Saint-Germain is about to announce the hiring of Neymar. According to Interactive Sport reporter Marcelo Bechler, the French club is quite willing to pay the 222 million euro
Leon Goretzka grabbed a brace as Germany booked a spot in the 2017 Confederations Cup final with a convincing 4-1 victory over Mexico in Sochi.
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez believes Cristiano Ronaldo will stay at the club, even though he admits the Portuguese is angry.
Samuel Inkoom, has been handed a one-year ban from football by FIFA for failing to pay Andrew Evans, a football agent an amount of Euros 352, 500 based on a contract
World football’s rule-makers are to consider a proposal to reduce each half of a game to 30 minutes in a bid to prevent time-wasting.
Players of the Senior National Team, the Black Stars, have each been paid $5,000 as winning bonus for beating the Walias of Ethiopia in their 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCoN) qualifier at the Baba Yara Stadium.
Barcelona playmaker Lionel Messi says he would like to remain with the club for the remainder of his career. “It’s what I always dreamed and what I always wanted,” he said.
Sulley Muntari says he has missed representing the Black Stars and is eagerly awaiting a call-up in three years.
Muntari has not been considered for the senior national team
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo is the highest-paid sportsperson for the second successive year, Forbes’ annual list of the world’s wealthiest athletes shows.
Liverpool have apologised to Southampton after being accused of illegally approaching Virgil van Dijk, saying any transfer interest in the defender has been dropped.
Former Juventus ace Stephen Appiah has thrown his weight behind the Italian champions to win the UEFA Champions League this season.
Chelsea were paid £150.8m by the Premier League after winning the 2016-17 title – 50% more than the top earners in 2015-16.