Football rumours from the media
WHAT THE PAPERS SAY
WHAT THE PAPERS SAY
Detectives investigating the shooting of a “Mr Big” killed in a suspected gangland feud have renewed an appeal for information on the second anniversary of his death.
Two men have been taken to hospital after a suspected acid attack in east London.
A 34-year-old man has been charged with murder after a “much loved sister and friend” who was attacked with a hammer died from her injuries.
The head of the inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire was repeatedly told he did not have the confidence of the community at a heated public consultation meeting.
A High Court judge is set to decide where terminally-ill baby Charlie Gard will end his life after the little boy’s parents and hospital bosses became embroiled in a new legal fight.
Wonder Woman Gal Gadot is fighting fit for a return to US cinemas in 2019.
Donald Trump's former campaign chairman has met Senate investigators, giving his recollection of a Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer and agreeing to turn over contemporaneous notes of the gathering last year, sources said.
The most senior Vatican official to be charged in connection with the Catholic Church sex abuse crisis has appeared in court in Australia for the first time.
US president Donald Trump has taken a victory lap in Ohio with the voters who helped put him in office, following a slim, but symbolic health care win in Washington.
Actor Robert Pattinson has said he is “kind of” engaged to musician FKA Twigs but they have to shelter their relationship because of obsessive fans.
John Lewis has topped a UK ranking of consumers' perception of quality and reputation, followed by BBC iPlayer and Sony.
The new pound coin has become more common than its round predecessor, the Treasury has announced.
A pioneering technique to convert binned aluminium foil into a key biofuel production ingredient could help solve two major global waste and energy problems, a researcher has claimed.
A brother of abuse victims campaigner Billy McConville has urged politicians in Northern Ireland to fulfil his dying wish and compensate those who suffered
US stock indexes returned to records on Tuesday as corporate profits continue to come in better than analysts expected.
The Republican-led House of Representatives has decisively approved legislation that hits Russia with additional financial sanctions.
New diesel and petrol cars and vans will be banned from 2040 as part of efforts to tackle air pollution, the Government is expected to announce.
Sperm counts of Western men are in a “shocking” downward spiral that poses a potential threat to fertility in industrialised countries, a major study has found.
Kendrick Lamar leads the way with eight nominations at the MTV Video Music Awards. Here is a full list of the nominees:
A woman arrested in connection with the murder of a businessman shot dead in his home has been charged, police said.
A crowd of Grenfell survivors and residents applauded as a member of public told the retired judge leading the inquiry into the disaster that he did not think he would do them justice.
Applause and cheers greeted Senator John McCain, who is battling brain cancer, as he returned to the Capitol on Tuesday to vote for moving ahead on legislation to dismantle Obamacare.
Barbara Sinatra, the fourth wife of singer Frank Sinatra, has died aged 90.
Ed Sheeran and Kendrick Lamar will go up against Ariana Grande for best artist at the MTV Video Music Awards after judges scrapped gendered categories.
Two men have been taken to hospital after a “suspected acid attack” in east London.
Ed Sheeran will compete with artists including Kendrick Lamar and Ariana Grande for the artist of the year title at this year’s MTV Video Music Awards.
One of the most popular music events in the Highlands has announced 2017 will be its final year.
Fulham have announced the signing of Brighton midfielder Oliver Norwood on a season-long loan deal.
Burnley have signed defender Phil Bardsley from Stoke for an undisclosed fee.
Two Ulster and Ireland rugby stars are to be prosecuted for rape.
Lisbon will be the host of next year’s Eurovision Song Contest, organisers have said.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic may not be a Manchester United player anymore but Paul Pogba says the injured striker is still having a big impact at the club.
Two rival Libyan leaders have committed themselves to a ceasefire, working towards elections and finding a roadmap to secure the country against terrorism and trafficking of all kinds, according to a document released by the French presidency.
Business software firm Sage has announced plans to snap up a US cloud accountancy company in a deal worth £654 million.
Eric Bailly will miss the UEFA Super Cup final through an extended ban Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes is excessive punishment.
Finnish film maker Dome Karukoski has been announced as the director of a Hollywood biopic of The Hobbit and Lord Of The Rings author JRR Tolkien.
London's blue chip index outperformed its European counterparts on Tuesday, thanks to a rebound in oil and metals prices which propped up major commodity stocks.
Jose Mourinho wants to leave Manchester United in a "much, much, much better" state than the club he took over.
Jose Mourinho will miss Wayne Rooney's influence around Manchester United, but has no doubt the likes of Paul Pogba will step up to lead the club into an exciting new era.
The UK economy's lacklustre start to the year is expected to continue as flagging industrial production and construction output drags on second-quarter growth.
Toddler Calvin impresses his dad with three straight shots into the hoop.
A tiny tortoise not much bigger than a 50p piece has hatched at West Midland Safari Park – and proved an instant hit on social media.
UK manufacturing output grew at the quickest rate since January 1995 over the last quarter, sparking the sector's biggest hiring spree in three years.
Theresa May’s holiday snaps with husband Philip in northern Italy are the latest in a long line of prime ministerial photocalls which reflect changes in both political presentation and tourism trends.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay has cooked up a unique dish while filming in Florida: Burmese python.
Five-a-side football firm Goals Soccer Centres has teamed up with the owners of Manchester City Football Club to mount an offensive on the US market.
Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has said he hopes and believes Theresa May will last as Prime Minister, as he insisted he is “absolutely not” interested in the job.
Burnley and Leeds have agreed a fee for Charlie Taylor, who signed a four-year deal at Turf Moor earlier this month.
Brighton have signed striker Izzy Brown from Chelsea on a season-long loan deal.