Portugal striker Cristiano Ronaldo, 37, is torn between moving to Newcastle United or Saudi club Al Nasr after leaving Manchester United from a common agreement. (Marca – in Spanish)
Manchester United have saved around £15.5m in wages after reaching a mutual agreement with Ronaldo to terminate his contract before it runs out this summer. (Timetables – subscription)
Manchester UnitedThe market valuation of rose by 17% after the owners of the Glazer family announced that they were considering selling the club. (Sky via Express)
chelsea are set to open talks over Ronaldo as co-owner Todd Boehly sees value in signing him on a free transfer, although manager Graham Potter is less convinced. (CBS via Sun)
chelsea and Newcastle walked away from moves for Ronaldo, and InterMiami are supposed to look elsewhere. (Telegraph)
Ronaldo’s goals in his second stint at Manchester United cost the club £1.2million each. (Mail)
AFC Crewe, who play in the 14th tier of the English football pyramid, have offered Ronaldo a club-record £35-a-week which would make him the club’s highest-paid player. (Star)
Arsenal plan to move in January to Palmeiras’ 21-year-old Brazilian striker Danilo. (Sun)
Newcastle United are ready to pay Borussia Monchengladbach £10m in January to sign 25-year-old France striker Marcus Thuram, whose contract expires next summer. (The Football Insider)
Borussia Dortmund striker Youssoufa Moukoko, 18, is in talks to stay with the club despite interest from Manchester United, liverpool and Bayern Munich. (Fabrizio Romano via Sportbible)
Manchester City Manager Pep Guardiola has agreed a two-year contract extension until 2025. (Athletics – subscription)
monegasque French midfielder Aurélien Tchouameni, 22, says liverpool made the first move for him, but he intended to move real Madrid this summer. (Le Parisien via 90 Min)
Dutch striker Memphis Depay, 28, says he is uncertain about his future at Barcelonabecame a target for the former club Manchester United in summer. (Mirror)
A Barcelona counselor responded to a suggestion from Manchester United target Frenkie de Jong that the club’s board leaked contract details for the 25-year-old Dutch midfielder last summer. (Mirror)
How to watch the FIFA World Cup on the BBC
The World Cup in Qatar has begun – and BBC Sport has you covered with all the match and TV news.
You can follow live text commentary from every match on the BBC Sport website, as well as reports, news and analysis throughout the tournament.
There will be coverage of all 64 matches on BBC Radio 5 Live and BBC Soundswith a podcast.
Wednesday, November 23 (all times GMT)
Group F: Morocco – Croatia (10:00 a.m.) – ITV
Group E: Germany – Japan (1:00 p.m.) – ITV
Group E: Spain – Costa Rica (4:00 p.m.) – ITV
Group F: Belgium v Canada (7:00 p.m.) – BBC