Former Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann is still under contract at the club, but they will not ask for a fee if the German Football Association wants him as national team manager. (Sky Sports Germany)
West Ham boss David Moyes has not ruled out signing 30-year-old England midfielder Jesse Lingard, who is a free agent and is training with the club. (Talksport)
Padraig Harrington has warned that it is not only American fans who behave “awfully” at Ryder Cups, claiming that US players have told him that they have been the targets of abuse in matches held in Europe.
TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays' post-season fate will be determined this week. Toronto will host the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays in a six-game homestand starting Tuesday. The Blue Jays hold the second of three American League wild-card berths. How Toronto fares against the Yankees and Rays will help determine if the Blue Jays finish second or third in the wild-card race. Three AL West teams will also have some control on the wild-card picture, with the Texas Rangers, Houston Astros, and
Aaron Ramsdale "will be looking for another club" after losing his number one spot to David Raya, according to Brad Friedel. The Gunners' goalkeeper has found himself on the bench since the Spain international made his debut against Everton and former Tottenham shotstopper Friedel believes he won't be hanging around if that situation continues. "I think [Arsenal] have two of the best goalkeepers in the Premier League," Friedel told BBC Radio 5 Live Breakfast.
The 'People's Panic Meter' is back and boy there is quite a bit of panic after Week 3. Matt Harmon and Andy Behrens do their best to react to everyone's submissions. Behrens also provides his top five waiver wire pickups for Week 4.