Antonio Conte open to Juventus return if Massimiliano Allegri is sacked - Paper Talk

Plus: Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey suffers another injury blow while away with Ghana; William Saliba to be offered new deal; Scott Parker wanted by Nice; Premier League approached by F1 Drive to Survive documentary makers over similar project for England's top-flight

Arsenal may have suffered a huge blow as midfielder Thomas Partey limped off before Ghana's match against Brazil after picking up a knock in the warm-up.

Watching England at the World Cup in Qatar could cost fans £20,000 each.

Antonio Conte is reportedly open to returning to Juventus this season if Massimiliano Allegri is sacked amid their form woes.


The Premier League has been approached over a potential new documentary series by the makers of Netflix's hit Formula 1: Drive To Survive with the possibility of a similar project encompassing the 20 clubs.

Chelsea are to be handed a huge unpaid tax bill next month after inspectors finally unravelled the full extent of liabilities left under Roman Abramovich's ownership.

Chris Kirkland has denounced a decision by the World Anti-Doping Agency to delay banning tramadol until 2024, branding the powerful painkiller "as dangerous as cocaine".

England back-row Sam Simmonds is set to leave Exeter Chiefs at the end of the season and join Top 14 club Montpellier as a replacement for Gloucester-bound Zach Mercer.


Liverpool could have reportedly signed Jude Bellingham for just £9,000 almost a decade ago - but now face paying up to £130m for the midfielder.

Nice deny targeting former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino as their new manager, but are reportedly interested in hiring Scott Parker.

Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha has purchased Ivorian club Espoir Club D'Abengourou.

Conor Gallagher has revealed talks with Gareth Southgate over his England future made it clear his chances of a place in the World Cup squad will only improve with regular playing time at Chelsea.

Three Premier League clubs - Manchester United, Newcastle United and Tottenham - are prepared to make offers for Brazil's latest teenage star Endrick according to reports.

Sean Dyche has revealed Burnley turned down the chance to sign Harry Kane for £7m in 2014 because the Clarets only had a budget for £3m, which they went on to spend on George Boyd.


EFL clubs will convene next week to discuss measures that could combat the energy crisis, with Mansfield Town trialling an earlier kick-off to test how much energy they save on floodlight use.

More than 1,700 Liverpool supporters have registered with law firms to make claims for damages against UEFA after sustaining physical injuries and psychological trauma at the Champions League final in May.


Barcelona's Frenkie de Jong will reportedly sit down with the club's president Joan Laporta to discuss a salary adjustment, which would put an end to Manchester United's pursuit of the midfielder.

England's gay fan groups have been advised to stay away from the World Cup by locals in Qatar despite claims from FIFA and the organising committee that it will be safe for them to visit.

The FA are confident that the newly-ennobled Prince of Wales will remain as the governing body's president during the World Cup. It could potentially prove a test of his loyalties when England meet Wales in Qatar.

Canada striker Jonathan David has continued the controversy surrounding Nike's decision to not produce a new Canadian kit for the World Cup by covering the logo after scoring against Qatar.

Manchester City and Chelsea are keeping a close eye on contract negotiations between Rafael Leao and AC Milan, which are reported to be getting more and more complicated because of a £16m debt the player owes former club Sporting Lisbon.

Germany are facing a UEFA investigation after Hungary's Dominik Szoboszlai was hit by an object thrown from the crowd during their shock 1-0 home defeat in Leipzig, where he plays for RB.

Maro Itoje says it is a huge concern to have two Gallagher Premiership teams fearing for their future but says he would love to run a club when his playing career comes to an end.


Arsenal are reportedly planning to offer William Saliba a pay rise as transfer chief Edu attempts to keep him at the Emirates Stadium and fend off interest from rival clubs.

Mauricio Pochettino is targeting a return to England, Spain or a fresh start in Italy when he takes his next job in management, according to reports.

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