• The Telegraph

    Barcelona charged with bribery in referee corruption scandal – and could face ban from football

    Barcelona face a bribery case in the Spanish courts over a refereeing scandal that could potentially see the club banned from football, at a time when their finances are at their most precarious, and the Nou Camp has been demolished.

  • BBC

    Liverpool: FSG agree to sell minority stake in club worth £82-164m to Dynasty Equity

    Liverpool owners FSG agree to sell a minority stake in the club worth between £82m and £164m to Dynasty Equity.

  • BBC

    'Calm' Kompany says points will come

    Manager Vincent Kompany is "staying calm" despite Burnley taking just one point from their first five Premier League games - and believes the Clarets will move up the table when they start taking on sides "nearer our level". Kompany's men face Newcastle United at St James' Park on Saturday, the latest difficult fixture the promoted side have faced on their return to the top flight. The Clarets, who sit second bottom of the table, have already played champions Manchester City, Aston Villa, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United - and will play Chelsea on 7 October.