Despite failing to impress in 18 months with Real Madrid, Luka Jovic feels is showing his improvement at Eintracht Frankfurt.
Mason Greenwood's goal against Liverpool is a sign of things to come, according to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Manchester United are ready to let players leave on loan, including Jesse Lingard, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has plans for Amad Diallo.
Chelsea sacked Frank Lampard on Monday but Carlo Ancelotti says they are no more difficult to manage than any other club.
Frank Lampard and his coaching team cared more about Chelsea than any other dugout that has been in charge, says Jody Morris.
Barcelona's financial figures paint a worrying picture but Ronald Koeman says he and the players are focused solely on winning matches.
Chelsea missed an opportunity to show a struggling manager the support he needs by sacking Frank Lampard, according to Steven Gerrard.
Chelsea have sacked Frank Lampard, leaving Jose Mourinho feeling sorry for his former player.
Melbourne Victory claimed their first A-League win of the season thanks to Jake Brimmer scoring twice in four minutes against Perth Glory.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic has nine Milan derby goals and is just two away from 500 career strikes heading into Tuesday's clash with Inter.
The demand for results sees clubs act ruthlessly, says Pep Guardiola, who offered a "huge hug" to Frank Lampard following his sacking.
Lionel Messi's future is up in the air at Barcelona, and PSG are looking to pounce.
Juventus superstar Cristiano Ronaldo has etched his name into the history books once again... well, at least some of them!
Title-chasing Leicester City will be without Jamie Vardy for their coming matches as the striker requires surgery.
Harry Kane could reportedly reunite with former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino in Paris.
Frank Lampard offered a glowing endorsement of Fikayo Tomori but the defender could still make his loan move to Milan permanent.
Monza head coach and former Milan midfielder Cristian Brocchi, who spent a brief period in charge at San Siro, spoke to Stats Perform News.
Liverpool's 68-game unbeaten run at home in the Premier League came to an end on Thursday.
Leandro Paredes would love to play alongside Lionel Messi at Paris Saint-Germain and is keen to stay at the club for many years.