After loan spells with Wolfsburg and Levante, Borja Mayoral thinks Real Madrid will have to make a decision soon on his future.
Oliver Kahn has suggested Alexander Nubel will not be first-choice goalkeeper at Bayern Munich when he joins from Schalke for next season.
The coronavirus pandemic has left Dani Ceballos unsure of what will happen with his Arsenal future.
Copa America coaches have another 12 months to mull over their squads, and we have picked out five potential debutants.
Barcelona will likely have to decide between Neymar and Lautaro Martinez, although they want both.
We take a look at events that happened on April 1 in previous years, including a quick-fire Premier League goal and a Test triple century.
Inter defender Diego Godin heaped praise on Lautaro Martinez, who is reportedly wanted by LaLiga giants Barcelona.
Amid reports several A-League teams had stood down players, PFA chief John Didulica was unhappy with clubs.
Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero is wanted back at boyhood club Independiente.
The chance of David Alaba and Leroy Sane being swapped has been dismissed as a "fairy tale" by Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.
Liverpool star Sadio Mane and Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland are said to be Real Madrid's top transfer targets.
Ilkay Gundogan is willing to accept the prospect of Liverpool being handed the title if the Premier League season is unable to resume.
Giovanni Cobolli Gigli has criticised Cristiano Ronaldo for "taking pictures by the pool" during the coronavirus pandemic.
Juventus have reached an agreement with Cristiano Ronaldo and their other first-team stars for a pay cut while Serie A is suspended.
Stoke City have disciplined James McClean, who will now delete his Instagram account, after an "ill-advised and offensive" post.
The chief of one of LaLiga's broadcast partners said the season could resume in July.
Aleksander Ceferin says it is possible that UEFA would have to consider the 2019-20 season null and void if play cannot be restarted.
Gianni Infantino has suggested FIFA could "reform football by taking a step backwards". Stats Perform writers suggest how that might work.
The FA Cup and Women's FA Cup will still be completed if possible, the FA has assured.