Yerry Mina: Everton defender to miss Premier League restart with thigh injury

Everton centre-back Yerry Mina is set to miss the restart of the Premier League season after picking up a thigh tear in training on Friday. Mina will be out for “several weeks” which means he will be unavailable to play when Everton resume the campaign on the weekend of June 19-21. PL players may miss opener with new positive test Clubs to discuss registering new players for restart PL clubs

Gareth Southgate will not attend Premier League games when season resumes

England manager Gareth Southgate will not be attending any Premier League games when the season gets back under way, and will instead watch them at home. The England boss believes it is inappropriate and not essential for him or any members of his backroom staff to attend games as they are all set to be televised. It could mean Southgate may not scout his players until next season and may

Sky Sports EFL Podcast: What's next for the Championship, League One and League Two?

Sky Sports EFL presenter Jonathan Oakes is joined by David Prutton and Keith Andrews to discuss all the latest developments surrounding the restart of the Championship, and the latest state of play in League One and League Two. Listen to it here Download it here The Championship have announced a provisional restart date on the weekend of June 20, subject to all safety requirements and government guidelines being met. Latest

Steven Gerrard told me 'I wasn't his type of person', says departing Rangers keeper Wes Foderingham

Wes Foderingham has expressed his frustration at being “priced out of a move” after Allan McGregor took over his role as number one at Rangers. Foderingham made 130 appearances in his first three seasons at Ibrox but only 13 in two campaigns under Steven Gerrard. Halliday among six players leaving Rangers Rangers confirm permanent Hagi deal The 29-year-old is now a free agent after his contract expired. The former Swindon

Odion Ighalo: Manchester United extend striker's loan deal from Shanghai Shenhua

Manchester United have reached an agreement to extend Odion Ighalo’s loan from Shanghai Shenhua until January 31, 2021. Ighalo initially joined Manchester United in a Deadline Day move in January, and scored four times in eight appearances in all competitions prior to the suspension of the Premier League. Transfer Centre: Sanchez, Smalling, Camavinga LIVE! Papers: Man Utd want Havertz and Sancho Ighalo’s initial loan deal was due to expire on

F1: Two Silverstone races set to go ahead with quarantine exemption

Silverstone is set to stage two Formula One races later this summer with the British government expected to provide participants with an exemption from quarantine rules. Britain will introduce a 14-day self-isolation period for travellers arriving in the country from June 8, a policy designed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Austria set to open F1 season with two races in July F1 to continue ‘gloves-off’ racing approach Medical

Scottish Premiership: Celtic call for release of next season's fixture list

Celtic have called for the Scottish Premiership fixture list to be issued as soon as possible after a target kick-off date of August 1 was set. The fixture list is usually released in mid-June but that might not be possible this year given the lack of clarity over the size of the Premiership and dates for European competition. Scottish football’s suspension of activity is set to be lifted on June

Jones Knows: Premier League returns; back Southampton for a top-half finish

Our tipster Jones Knows has jumped back into the Premier League markets and is all over a Southampton top-10 finish at 13/2. I’ll be honest. My life over the past 24 hours has mirrored that of the famous ‘distracted boyfriend’ meme. I’ve been holding hands with the Bundesliga, being a good boy, recommending some bets – albeit losing ones, it must be said. But then, whoosh, out of the darkness,

Coronavirus: FIFA expects football disruption until COVID-19 vaccine found

FIFA has warned that football will be “very different” until a COVID-19 vaccine is found. The governing body has released a risk assessment tool to help its 211 member associations and six continental confederations facilitate a safe return to football following the coronavirus pandemic. PL optimistic fans will return next season Liverpool could win title at neutral venue on police advice Neville’s relief at Premier League return Leagues around the

Nick Kyrgios, Dominic Thiem and Alexander Zverev will play exhibition tennis matches in Berlin in July

Tennis stars Nick Kyrgios, Alexander Zverev and Elina Svitolina have agreed to play exhibition matches in Berlin in July. One exhibition event will run from July 13-15 on the grass courts of the Steffi Graf Stadium, while the other will be played on a hard court in a hangar in the city’s closed Tempelhof airport from July 17-19. With professional tennis currently shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the