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LIVE Transfer Talk: AC Milan eyeing Musah to replace Tonali

Julien Laurens and Nedum Onuoha wonder whether Timothy Weah would be a regular starter for Juventus. (1:45)

Would a transfer to Juventus be the wrong move for Tim Weah? (1:45)

The summer transfer window is open for some leagues in Europe, and there's plenty of gossip swirling around. Transfer Talk brings you all the latest buzz on rumours, comings, goings and, of course, done deals!

The Rossoneri have reportedly deemed the 20-year-old an ideal replacement for Italy international Sandro Tonali

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From grassroots to WSL: more women’s football teams are playing in men’s stadiums

As the women’s game increases in popularity, participation and professionalisation, more teams across the seven tiers of the Women’s Football Pyramid are playing matches in men’s stadiums.

Following the record crowd of 47,367 that gathered at the Emirates to watch Arsenal defeat Tottenham in the opening weekend of the Women’s Super League, top-flight women’s teams have committed to playing a greater number of matches at their club’s main stadium this season.

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Is Man City’s Bunny Shaw set for a record-breaking WSL season?

Khadija “Bunny” Shaw continues to smash records and expectations whilst leading Manchester City’s frontline in the Women’s Super League this season.

The 26-year-old has the golden boot in her sights as the league’s top scorer with 17 goals, ahead of Aston Villa’s Rachel Daly with 13.

The pair are the only players to reach double figures so far this season.

Following Ellen White’s retirement, there were many questions as to where Gareth Taylor’s side would find goals this season without their

What is Teqball? The world’s fastest growing sport aiming for the Olympics

Teqball is the fastest growing sport in the world, but it is one most people have never heard of.

A fusion of football, tennis, and table tennis, it is the brainchild of former professional footballer Gábor Borsányi, businessman György Gattyán, and computer scientist Viktor Huszár, who set it up in Budapest in 2012.

The International Federation of Teqball (FITEQ) was then formed in 2017, and now has more than 151 member federations across five continents.

Every club in the Premier League is t

Six Nations 2023 preview: can Scotland finally win the championship?

In the 24 years since winning the final Five Nations Championship Scotland have finished no higher than third in the expanded competition.

2022 was a mixed bag of results for Scotland as has been the case since the turn of the millennium.

Their head coach Gregor Townsend has been in charge for five and a half years. Under his leadership, Scotland have placed third, fifth, fourth, fourth and fourth in five championships, winning 12, losing 12 and drawing one of their 25 matches.

The closest th

FIFA World Cup 2022 Group E preview

Group E for the men’s football World Cup 2022 throws up perhaps the most enticing game of the group stage as two of the last three World Cup winners face off.

Luis Enrique’s Spain and Hans-Dieter Flick’s Germany are the two in question, but they are joined by dangerous opposition in Costa Rica and Japan.

Both have revenge on their minds after crashing out in the last eight in 2014 and 2018 respectively.

A decade since Spain won their last major trophy, the 2010 Champions look to balance young

World Cup 2022 quarter-final review

It was a devastating evening for the Three Lions in their quarter-final clash, as they narrowly lost to European neighbours France after a winner from Les Bleus’ all-time top scorer Olivier Giroud.

There was a shock in the second quarter-final of the day as Morroco beat one of the tournament favourites Portugal in a 1-0 win.

Here are our key takeaways for the four sides.

Saturday night spelled the end of England’s long-awaited dream of returning to World Cup glory, a reverie that once again f

Women's Rugby World Cup - Pool A Preview

Pool A at the Women’s Rugby World Cup holds two of only four southern hemisphere sides in the tournament, in New Zealand and Australia.

The two sides, who are on vastly different trajectories, are joined by Wales and Scotland, with the latter returning to the World Cup stage for the first time since 2010.

World number two side The Black Ferns face a new challenge on home soil at this year’s Rugby World Cup where, despite their impressive 70% win rate, they enter as second favourites.

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