Chelsea have submitted a planning application to rebuild Stamford Bridge into a 60,000-seat stadium.
David Moyes has left the door open for a return to club management in Europe, despite being sacked by Real Sociedad.
Manchester United's more conservative style of play is contributing to Wayne Rooney's poor form, says Matt Le Tissier.
Manchester City's owners have sold a 13 per cent stake in the club's parent company to Chinese investors.
Football headlines and transfer stories making the back pages of Tuesday national newspapers.
Will Hill scooped up a blocked field goal attempt and returned it for a touchdown as Baltimore beat Cleveland 33-27.
Tyson Fury believes he stands no chance of adding the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award to his title belts.
England prevailed in their first ever Twenty20 super-over to complete a 3-0 series whitewash against Pakistan.
Mark Hughes has dismissed fears over Jack Butland's Stoke future and insisted he is going nowhere.
Bottom-of-the-table Bolton's winless run extended to a dozen games as they drew 1-1 with Brentford.
James Milner insists Liverpool can handle the growing expectation which has materialised from Jurgen Klopp's appointment.
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Mark Sampson says it's been a "groundbreaking" year for the England women's football team.
Bob Willis says the trial of Chris Cairns has been extremely damaging for cricket as a whole.
Bob Willis picks his strongest England T20 squad for next year's tournament and thinks Jason Roy and Alex Hales at the top of the order are a given.