Rashford has world at feet
Marcus Rashford has agreed a new contract with Manchester United.
The 18-year-old, who became the youngest England player to score on his debut against Australia on Friday, has committed the next four years to the Old Trafford club on a deal understood to be worth an initial £25 000 a week before bonuses.
Rashford is represented by his brother after shunning overtures from some of the world’s top agents including Jorge Mendes, Stellar Group and Paul Stretford.
Tigers return to Prem big-time
In A match that has come to be defined by how much it is worth, every missed opportunity could cost you millions.
In the £163million game, Hull wasted chances like a playboy throwing away his cash in a casino and still made their fortune in the end on Saturday.
In the end, they managed a 1-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday with a stunning curling effort by Mo Diame.
Hull join Burnley and |Middlesbrough in the top flight next season.
Stones wanted by giants Barca
Barcelona are preparing to make an offer for Everton defender John Stones this week.
The Spanish champions have revived their interest in the England international after being told main target Marquinhos is staying at Paris Saint-Germain.
Everton value Stones at £45m and the Catalan giants are likely to open with an offer of around £25m for the wanted centreback.
Manchester City and United are also expected to join the bidding in the coming weeks.