Back-page headlines and transfer rumours from Friday's national newspapers...
Referee Bobby Madley has quit as a Premier League official due to "a change in his personal circumstances".
The Debate panel discussed whether Paul Pogba has more power at Manchester United than Jose Mourinho, and the feeling was unanimous.
Steven Gerrard is ready to reward Alfredo Viewslos with a new deal at Rangers after warning Bordeaux over a fresh bid.
Kelly Cates was joined by Ian Wright and Joleon Lescott for Thursday's edition of The Debate.
Ten-man Zenit St Petersburg pulled off a remarkable comeback to advance following a staggering 8-5 aggregate victory over Dinamo Minsk.
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Kyle Walker has warned the Premier League that Man City are determined to "dominate English football" for years to come.
Burnley will face Olympiakos for a place in the Europa League group stages after Jack Cork's extra-time goal beat Istanbul Basaksehir 1-0.
Luka Modric's chances of joining Inter Milan before tomorrow's transfer deadline are slipping out of sight, according to Sky in Italy.
Sheffield Wednesday set up a Carabao Cup second-round tie with Wolves as they claimed a comfortable 2-0 win at Sunderland.
Rangers held their nerve in Maribor as Allan McGregor’s stoppage-time penalty save sealed the 0-0 draw which saw them through 3-1 on aggregte.
Hibernian came unstuck against Molde as Neil Lennon's side went crashing out of the Europa League with a 3-0 defeat on the night and on aggregate.
West Ham have won a series of legal battles against their London Stadium landlords and will soon discover if areas surrounding their pitch can be coloured claret.
Juventus are closing in on a deal to sign Arsenal striker Stephy Mavididi, according to Sky sources.
Newcastle will travel to four-time winners Nottingham Forest in the Carabao Cup second round while Brighton face Southampton.
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Andreas Pereira insists he has totally changed as a player and a human having spent two years on loan away from Manchester United.
Claude Puel has confirmed Caglar Soyuncu is officially a Leicester City player after being granted a work permit.
Mauricio Pochettino is anticipating players leaving Tottenham before the European transfer deadline on August 31.
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