Real Madrid president Florentino Perez has angrily rejected claims that Spanish bank Bankia helped finance the record-breaking 100million euro (£85.3m) transfer of Gareth Bale from Tottenham.
Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston expects to have a number of players on trial at Rugby Park in the coming weeks as he aims to bolster his squad in January.
Hearts could have just 10 "outfield professionals" available for their Scottish Premiership clash against Celtic on Saturday, according to assistant boss Billy Brown.
Sky sources understand that the Rangers board will win enough votes at Thursday's annual general meeting to keep them in power.
Sheffield Wednesday defender Glenn Loovens is keen to extend his stay at Hillsborough.
Shay Given admits he had missed the buzz of playing football before his loan spell at Middlesbrough.
A number of clubs are monitoring Jobi McAnuff's contract situation at Reading, Sky Sports understands.
Barcelona playmaker Andres Iniesta has agreed a three-year contract extension to keep him at the club until 2018.
The shoulder injury sustained by Chesterfield striker Armand Gnanduillet is not as serious as the club initially feared.
Mahamadou Diarra's ongoing fitness issues will prevent him from earning a new deal at Fulham any time soon.
Manchester United defender Jonny Evans says talk of a possible all-Manchester Capital One Cup final is 'dangerous'.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists he is in no rush to sign Luis Suarez to a new contract but admits he plans to build a team around him.
Cameron Stewart admits that his days at Hull City are numbered and would like to see his future resolved in January.
Crewe boss Steve Davis hopes Bradden Inman's attitude problems which forced him dropped from the first team recently are over.
Barry Hearn claims that West Ham will not be able to block a deal that would allow Leyton Orient to rent the Olympic Stadium.
Sunderland manager Gus Poyet will look to strike early when the January transfer window opens and bolster his ranks.
Rangers chairman David Somers has appealed to the fans to give the board time to win their trust after being greeted by loud jeers when he opened the club's annual general meeting.
Uwe Rosler hopes a heart-to-heart with Nick Powell will persuade the loanee from Manchester United to remain with Wigan.
Former Leeds United player Robbie Rogers admitted that he didn't think it was possible to come out as gay while in the game, but is confident the time will come when footballers can be open about being gay.
Stevenage manager Graham Westley feels he has a star in the making in the shape of young striker Jordan Burrow.