Thursday 24 November 2022 07:41, UK
Chelsea are set to snub Cristiano Ronaldo and deny him potentially the only avenue to staying in the Premier League in January.
Paris Saint-Germain's Qatari owners are looking at a potential move across the city by buying the Stade de France, which holds 80,000 compared to the 48,000 they can accommodate at Parc des Princes.
Sky Sports News' Melissa Reddy and Kaveh Solhekol analyse Cristiano Ronaldo's dramatic exit from Manchester United and his discuss his potential next move
Qatar World Cup officials have offered disgruntled fans refunds and free accommodation after a series of complaints about the standard of tented villages costing £175 per night.
AC Milan want to sign three Chelsea players - Christian Pulisic, Hakim Ziyech and Ruben Loftus-Cheek - but fear their relationship with the Blues could be soured as they have so far refused to play Tiemoue Bakayoko this season because of their obligation to buy if he plays a certain amount of games.
Kyle Walker claims England have earned the right to show "arrogance" at the World Cup - because they are more talented than the Golden Generation.
Japanese fans continued their custom of cleaning up stadiums - even after the most incredible victory in their World Cup history.
Kevin De Bruyne was left utterly confused after being awarded the Man of the Match following Belgium's World Cup win over Canada - as he slammed his performance.
Manchester United could be bought by Facebook, Amazon or Dubai after being put up for sale by the Glazer family.
Chelsea would go as high as £200m to bring England midfielders Jude Bellingham and Declan Rice to Stamford Bridge next summer.
Jamie Redknapp says he can see similarities between Jude Bellingham and Steven Gerrard following his brilliant performance against Iran
Manchester United believe they can snatch potential buyers away from Liverpool and hope to net as much as £8bn from their sale because of their global reach.
Erik ten Hag is open to making another short-term striker addition to the Manchester United squad in January much like a previous regime did to bring in Odion Ighalo.
Qatar World Cup officials continue to disappoint supporters who have spent large amounts of money on travelling to the tournament by clamping down on people having kickabouts outside stadiums.
Inter Milan and Juventus are interested in signing Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic after the World Cup.
Budweiser had to appeal to FIFA to get a licence to serve their alcoholic beverages at the W Hotel, a venue they had acquired for the duration of the tournament, after initially seeing their application rejected by Qatar.
Saudi Arabia defender Yasser Al-Shahrani underwent emergency surgery after his horror collision during the 2-1 victory over Argentina on Tuesday.
England's players are struggling to stay in touch with loved ones at the World Cup due to unstable internet connections.
FIFA security officials have instructed police in Qatar not to treat women as criminals if they claim to be victims of rape or sexual assault.
Jumper-clad supporters say Qatari hosts have overdone the air conditioning in stadiums.
Al-Nassr are set to make an offer to Cristiano Ronaldo which would be close to the £305m contract put on the table by an unnamed Saudi club last summer.
Sky Sports News chief reporter Kaveh Solhekol assesses why Cristiano Ronaldo's second spell at Manchester United ended in such acrimonious circumstances
Former Goldman Sachs chief economist Lord Jim O'Neill has admitted he would consider forming a consortium to mount a second takeover bid for Manchester United after failing with an offer 12 years ago.
Luis Diaz has revealed his desire, stemming back to his childhood, to eventually play for one of Spain's biggest clubs but says he will not be leaving Liverpool in a hurry.
Gareth Bale is laying off the golf simulator in Wales' camp to rest his back for their crunch game with Iran.
David Beckham is open to holding talks with potential bidders for Manchester United, and his involvement could well improve the hopes of any group looking to purchase the club.
The 'OneLove' armbands banned, by FIFA at the World Cup, have sold out according to their Dutch manufacturers.
Hansi Flick refused to blame Germany's shock 2-1 loss to Japan on any distractions from the team's pre-match protest against FIFA.
Britain's richest man - Sir Jim Ratcliffe - is set to make his move to purchase Manchester United from the Glazer family.
Cristiano Ronaldo's two-game ban for the phone-slapping incident at Everton last season will carry over to whichever club he signs for in January.
Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to receive a lucrative offer to play in Saudi Arabia's Pro League and could be used as the face of a bid to host the World Cup in 2030.
The families of England players are beating the sky-high alcohol prices in Doha by taking their time over their meals on board their luxury cruise ship.
Manchester United forward Jadon Sancho has been training on his own at Dutch club OJC Rosmalen after the setback of being overlooked for the World Cup.
Tottenham could be hijacked by Newcastle in the January window in their pursuit of Eintracht Frankfurt defender Evan Ndicka.
Warrington Town goalkeeper Tony Thompson, whose bottle was swapped for one containing urine at a game last weekend, has seen his ban for being sent off over the incident reduced from three games to one.
Kyle Walker has declared himself fit for England's second World Cup match against the USA in Qatar on Friday.
South Africa head coach Rassie Erasmus has been told his future in top-level rugby union could be over if he continues to criticise referees with the kind of punishment that might make any position untenable.
Manchester United believe their vast global fanbase will lure Liverpool's potential buyers away from Anfield to Old Trafford, amid interest from American investors, the British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe, and potentially even the internet giants Amazon and Meta, the owners of Facebook.
England are confident Harry Kane has escaped any major damage to his right ankle and will be available to play against the United States on Friday night.
Argentina head coach Michael Cheika says he will continue to tap into Gareth Southgate's knowledge before next year's Rugby World Cup but says Jurgen Klopp is peerless in the world of elite coaching.
Finn Russell is in talks with Bath over a possible move to the Premiership next season but is understood to remain open to staying in France with Racing 92 or a rival club.
Paul Parker has urged Michael Beale to lay his cards on the table as the QPR boss continues to stay silent on links with the managerial vacancy at Rangers.
Hummel are suing Rangers for £9.5m in lost kit sales and a judge has ordered the club to release their figures after initial proceedings.
Bojan Miovski has given Euro-chasing Aberdeen a massive boost by insisting he won't be quitting Pittodrie in January.
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Rangers were last night preparing to make an approach to QPR for boss Michael Beale.
Celtic are reportedly interested in CF Montreal and Canada defender Alistair Johnston as a potential long-term replacement for Josip Juranovic.
will launch a January bid to bring Barcelona's
28-year-old Netherlands forward Memphis Depay back to Old Trafford, where he left in 2017. (Sport - in Spanish)
have no interest in signing Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, after his departure from Manchester United
. (Football Insider)
are unlikely to make a move for Ronaldo now he is a free agent, despite previous interest. (Sun)
Ronaldo turned down an offer from Al-Hilal
last summer worth more than £125m per year, but is set to receive a lucrative offer to play in Saudi Arabia's Pro League again now he is a free agent. (Telegraph - subscription required)
are discussing whether to replace Ronaldo permanently in January or hold off until the summer and bring in a short-term loan signing, like they did with Nigeria striker Odion Ighalo in 2020. (Mail)
believe their global fanbase will lure potential Liverpool
buyers to Old Trafford. (Times - subscription required)
Sir Jim Ratcliffe will bid for Manchester United
. The British billionaire previously said he would be interested in buying the club, but then said in October the Glazer family had told him they did not want to sell. (Telegraph - subscription required)
Former Manchester United
winger David Beckham is open to holding talks with potential bidders for the club. (Financial Times - subscription required)
want Bayer Leverkusen
and France attacker Moussa Diaby, 23, to take Anthony Martial's place in the squad. (Fichajes - in Spanish)
are interested in France midfielder Adrien Rabiot and Tottenham
could also join the race to sign the 27-year-old, whose contract with Juventus
runs out in the summer. (Calciomercato - in Italian)
are set to miss out on January transfer target Konrad Laimer as the RB Leipzig
and Austria midfielder, 25, wants to join Bayern Munich
when his contract expires in the summer. (Bild, via Express)
Morocco winger Hakim Ziyech, 29, has refused to rule out leaving Chelsea
during the January transfer window. (NOS, via Metro)
have been in contact with AC Milan
asking to be kept informed over the status of Belgium striker Charles de Ketelaere, 21. (TeamTalk)
expect to lose England midfielder Declan Rice, 23, to a Champions League club next year, regardless of what the Hammers achieve this season. (Football Insider)
boss Carlo Ancelotti wanted the Spanish club to sign Rice, but they brought in France midfielder Aurelien Tchouameni, 22, from Monaco
instead. (El Nacional - in Catalan)
Spain forward Marco Asensio, 26, says he wants to stay at Real Madrid
, despite his contract expiring at the end of the season. (Radio Marca)
have told coach Xavi they can only make new signings in January if players leave first. (Marca - in Spanish)
want to sign Borussia Monchengladbach
and France striker Marcus Thuram, 25. (AS, via Mundo Deportivo - in Spanish)
A full takeover of Everton
by US investors is edging closer after new developments behind the scenes. (Football Insider)
How to follow the Fifa World Cup on the BBC
The World Cup in Qatar has started - and BBC Sport has you covered with all the fixture and TV information.
You can follow live text commentary of every game on the BBC Sport website, plus reports, news and analysis throughout the tournament.
There will be coverage of all 64 matches on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Sounds
, with a World Cup Daily podcast.
Thursday, 24 November (all times GMT)
Group G: Switzerland v Cameroon (10:00) - ITV
Group H: Uruguay v South Korea (13:00) - BBC
Group H: Portugal v Ghana (16:00) - ITV
Group G: Brazil v Serbia (19:00) - BBC