• Planet Sport

    Antonio Conte 'happy' at Tottenham, shoots down talk of Juventus return

    Massimiliano Allegri's poor start to the new season with Juventus, where they have lost three of their last five games, has sparked speculation the Serie A club could make a managerial change. Conte enjoyed great success in Turin as a player and manager, winning three consecutive league titles during a trophy-laden spell in charge, but was quick to pour cold water on speculation he could return to Italy. Many times I spoke about this topic and I always said I'm happy and enjoying my time with Tottenham.

  • TEAMtalk

    Man Utd ‘prone to changing their minds’, as source reveals club refusing to rule out major January signing

    Man Utd could well change their transfer approach in January and make a statement signing, according to one journalist

  • Planet Football

    Where are they now? Barcelona’s 10 youngest goalscorers since 1990

    Not all of these were successful at Barcelona.

  • Planet Sport

    Real Madrid news: Luka Modric returns injured from international break sparking El Clasico fears

    This now means that the midfielder is likely to miss the La Liga game against Osasuna on Sunday and the UEFA Champions League tie with Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday at Santiago Bernabeu. Should recovery go as planned, Modric will return for the El Clasico against Barcelona on 16 October in Madrid. However, should the midfielder fail to return on-time, Los Blancos will have to contend without their experienced head in the middle of the park. Despite his age (37), Modric remains a key member the team as no other midfielder comes near to what he provides for his side, since joining in 2012 from Tottenham. Modric's success at Real Madrid shows just how influential he has been, having won - three La Liga titles, the Copa del Rey once, the Supercopa de España four times, UEFA Champions League on five occasions, three UEFA Super Cups and the FIFA Club World Cup in 2014,2016, 2017 and in 2018.