Ronaldo named Best FIFA Men’s Player 2017

Cristiano Ronaldo has maintained his stranglehold on football’s biggest individual awards after adding retaining the Best FIFA Men’s Player prize. The Real Madrid forward, 32, topped the poll ahead of Lionel Messi and Neymar. It means the Portuguese still simultaneously holds the global prize, the Ballon d’Or and UEFA Best Player in Europe Award.

Tottenham: Suso still on radar

Suso has only just committed his future to Milan after penning a new deal to keep him at the San Siro until 2022, but that is not stopping reports suggesting that Spurs will try and sign him again at the end of the season. Tottenham failed to lure him in the summer as they

Swansea: Boss targets Reds upset

United suffered a shock 2-1 defeat at Huddersfield on Saturday – their first in the Premier League this season – when the Terriers exposed a hastily-assembled centre-back partnership. Phil Jones had limped off with the game at 0-0 and his replacement Victor Lindelof was directly responsible for what proved to be the winning goal.

Man United: Lindelof facing anxious wait

Lindelof did not impress after coming on for the injured Phil Jones during Saturday’s defeat at Huddersfield and is now sweating on his place in the side. Jones will not feature at the Liberty Stadium, and Eric Bailly’s continued absence means that United manager Jose Mourinho has to decide whether to give Lindelof another

Liverpool: Valverde coy on Coutinho

The Catalan giants failed to land the Liverpool star in the summer but are expected to make another attempt in January, with some reports claiming the Reds will now back down and sell. Barca’s sporting director Robert Fernandez was in attendance at Wembley on Sunday as Liverpool suffered a 4-1 defeat against Tottenham, adding

Everton: Giggs interested in Blues job

Koeman finally paid the price for Everton’s poor start to the season when he was axed on Monday, and now the hunt is on for his successor, with a number of names already in the frame. Giggs is looking to get into management following his stint as Louis van Gaal’s number two at Old