Arsenal plan £180m summer spending spree – Articles | Transfer Center News
All the headline stories and transfer rumors from Thursday’s national papers…
Arsenal are planning the biggest spending spree in their history with up to £180m budgeted for summer signings including Aleksandar Isak, Dominic Calvert Lewin and Ruben Neves.
Steve Bruce is expected to be appointed as West Brom’s new manager within days.
Derby County reclaim a bittersweet £600,000 check from Aston Villa for young Northern Ireland striker Omari Kellyman.
Ruud Gullit says black people are tired of being overlooked for the best jobs in football.
Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood has been banned by England.
Paul Pogba has made a late bid to make the squad for Friday’s FA Cup fourth round tie against Middlesbrough.
Christian Eriksen will get the green light from Fifa to take part in the 2022 World Cup – even though a heart screening flags a potential problem.
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Roy Keane is reflecting on a sensational managerial return with Sunderland after the League One club offered the former Manchester United captain a chance to win promotion to the Championship.
Everton have targeted Steve Hitchen for the club’s vacant director of football post after he became the latest high-profile member of staff to leave Tottenham Hotspur.
Raith women’s team have officially parted ways with club Fife following their controversial decision to sign disgraced striker David Goodwillie.
Dawn Astle will seek to meet directly with current professional football players to talk about the game’s dementia crisis and the tragic experiences of her own family as part of a major new educational campaign. Ashley Giles has paid the price for the Ashes’ humiliation in England with his job as cricket manager and head coach Chris Silverwood is expected to follow him next.
Tom Curry has been backed to become England’s youngest Test captain since Will Carling, with Eddie Jones set to announce his most inexperienced Six Nations squad on Thursday.
Spectators will no longer be able to buy alcohol during the second half of Wales’ Six Nations home games after the pitch-changing invasion of their game-changing loss to South Africa.
Lee Westwood has revealed he has signed an NDA with the Saudis, confirming he is another European Ryder Cup heavyweight to have received an offer to play in the Super Golf League.
Manchester United have confirmed that fans will be able to exchange their shirts for free with Mason Greenwood’s name on the back.
Bryson DeChambeau has been offered £100million to be the face of the Saudi golf revolution.
Elliot Daly is in the running for a return to England midfield for the first time since November 2016 against Scotland at Murrayfield on Saturday.
The Premier League and EFL want clubs to adopt a range of green proposals next season, including plant-based foods.
Barnet players will speak to chairman Anthony Kleanthous on Thursday as they consider boycotting Saturday’s trip to Aldershot over his handling of the running line which has engulfed the club.
Manchester United striker Mason Greenwood is said to have tightened security measures at his home after being released on bail on Wednesday.
Manchester United are increasingly confident of appointing Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino as permanent manager this summer.
Carnage broke out in east Glasgow between supporters ahead of the Old Firm derby on Wednesday.
Amadou Haidara ‘didn’t want’ a January move to Manchester United, according to RB Leipzig chief Christopher Vivell.
Former Southampton manager Les Reed has set up an elite program urging the next generation of football scouts to use old-fashioned methods with data analytics to find future Premier League stars .