• The Canadian Press

    PSG sells minority stake to US firm Arctos Partners

    Paris Saint-Germain owner Qatar Sports Investments agreed to sell a minority stake to U.S. private equity platform Arctos Partners on Thursday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed by the French league club. Arctos will own up to 12.5% of the club, valuing PSG at between 4 billion euros ($4.32 billion) and 4.25 billion euros, two people familiar with the deal who were not authorized to speak publicly told The Associated Press. The French league champion said Arctos' investment will go

  • The Telegraph

    Erik ten Hag reveals friends tried to talk him out of Manchester United job

    Erik ten Hag has revealed friends tried to talk him out of taking the Manchester United job but he insisted on taking the challenge, with the Dutchman also saying he has no regrets over his handling of Jadon Sancho.

  • Evening Standard

    Gianfranco Zola reveals Eden Hazard would drive his manager 'crazy' at Chelsea

    Maurizio Sarri came across the Belgian's infamous attitude towards training

  • The Canadian Press

    Christine Sinclair opens up during fundraising evening for her fledgling foundation

    VANCOUVER — Christine Sinclair did a little dishing Wednesday. Back at B.C. Place Stadium, one day after her final international outing for Canada, the notoriously private soccer star opened up under questioning from former Canada goalkeeper Stephanie Labbé in a "fireside chat" during a fundraising evening for the fledgling Christine Sinclair Foundation. Sinclair's favourite drink? Coffee (espresso). Her favourite adult beverage? Gin and tonic. Her nicest goal? The 40-year-old from Burnaby, B.C.