Manchester United confident David de Gea is ready to sign bumper deal | Football | The Guardian
Manchester United confidently expect to persuade David de Gea to sign a new contract.
Why Manchester United have shot themselves in the foot this summer | FourFourTwo
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made it clear that he wants a new breed of player at Old Trafford.
Maguire and Leicester reach understanding over United and City interest - Football365
Harry Maguire wants to join Man Utd or Man City - and Leicester won’t stand in his way, if the money is right.
Manchester City’s pre-season tour finally has lift-off … two days late | Football | The Guardian
Manchester City finally boarded the flight to China for their summer tour on Monday morning following a two-day wait due to an ‘administrative error’.
USMNT’s Boyd inks deal with Turkish club Besiktas
United States men’s national team midfielder Tyler Boyd has signed a four-year deal with Turkish club Besiktas.
UEFA announces how much money teams can earn in the Champions League - Bavarian Football Works
TL;DR: a lot
Report: Marseille suspends Rami for lying about attending game show – ProSoccerTalk
The 33-year-old defender has been suspended from preseason training by the club
Colorado comes together in support of Denver’s 2026 FIFA Men’s World Cup city bid - Burgundy Wave
A press conference was held to announce the launch of an organized effort to name Denver as a host city for the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
World Cup Champion Jessica McDonald Can’t Afford Childcare
Jessica McDonald discusses the struggles of being the only mom on the team.
Rest of the World
Caf boss Ahmad paid expenses for same days but different countries - BBC Sport
Confederation of African Football president Ahmad received at least two sets of expenses, claiming to be in different countries, for the same nine-day period during the 2018 World Cup.
Life at Real Kashmir FC: How to survive one of the world’s most dangerous coaching jobs | theScore.com
How to survive one of the world’s most dangerous coaching jobs.
Swedish man dismayed after being told he cannot change name to Tottenham | Football | The Guardian
A 39-year-old Swedish man has expressed his disappointment after he was denied the right to change his name to Tottenham.