Jurgen Klopp is expected on Merseyside on Thursday for final face-to-face discussions over becoming Liverpool's new manager, sources have told ESPN.
David Beckham is sure Manchester United will not fade away and go decades without a Premier League trophy as their great rivals Liverpool have done.
The transfer window might be closed, but the rumours keep ticking. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest and greatest.
Graham Hunter: Barcelona are reeling following Lionel Messi's injury and yet another defeat. There are four areas on which Luis Enrique must focus.
Arsenal winger Theo Walcott will relish getting the chance to lead the line for England if he is picked instead of captain Wayne Rooney.
Wayne Rooney looks to be a major doubt for England's Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia after he missed a second successive training session.
FIFA presidential candidate Chung Mung-joon has said he plans to sue Sepp Blatter in court for embezzlement.
Former Real Madrid and Paris Saint-German manager Carlo Ancelotti does not think that Cristiano Ronaldo will move to the French champions next season.
Mesut Ozil says Arsenal's win over Manchester United shows that they have what it takes to salvage their Champions League campaign.
The Chelsea midfielder's struggles have led to less playing time, which could result in him feeling less tired at the Euros, according to his father.
Lazio midfielder Ravel Morrison has told SunSport he is "misunderstood" but he has accepted he was given "too many chances" at Manchester United.
Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres says he is hopeful he can agree a deal to stay at the Calderon club beyond the end of the current season.
Johan Cruyff believes Jose Mourinho is setting a bad example to young people with his behaviour.
France coach Didier Deschamps has acknowledged that Arsenal striker Olivier Giroud is going through a tough time at both club and international level.
Bayern Munich have confirmed reports that their former striker Gerd Muller has Alzheimer's.
FIFA presidential contender Chung Mong-joon said on Tuesday he is facing a 19-year suspension by the ethics committee of the world football body.
Chris Coleman's team need just one point from their final two matches to earn a first bid to a major tournament finals since the 1958 World Cup.
David Beckham is convinced Ryan Giggs will be a successful Manchester United manager one day.
Liverpool's Emre Can has given his backing to Jurgen Klopp ahead of the coach's expected appointment as the Reds' new manager.
Cafu has revealed that AC Milan did celebrate prematurely at half-time in their remarkable 2005 Champions League final defeat to Liverpool.
Danny Ings has revealed his England call-up came as a bolt from the blue and said he had no hint he was about to be chosen by Roy Hodgson.
Anthony Martial says he's no Thierry Henry, and has a long way before he can reach the status of his famous fellow Frenchman.
Bilic revealed in August he had disciplined the Frenchman for "a breach of rules."
Roy Keane has urged Sunderland's hierarchy to "have a good look at themselves" as they attempt to find a new boss.
Man United defender Marcos Rojo will not feature for Argentina in their World Cup qualifiers this week while he recovers from a hamstring injury.
Xavi is preparing himself for management in the Aspire Academy in Qatar, with one eye on a coaching position back at his beloved Barcelona.
France defender Mamadou Sakho said he felt like "a caged lion" while waiting for his chance to play for Liverpool this season.
Sunday's 3-0 defeat at the Emirates was only Manchester United's third in 13 games in all competitions, seven of which have been wins, and they must get over it fast, writes Andy Mitten.