SOCCER: Paris Saint-Germain have reportedly prepared an "unsurpassed" three-year contract for Lionel Messi.
According to Marcelo Bechler, TNT Sports correspondent in Barcelona, the French club are willing to offer a two-year contract for the Argentine, with the possibility of extending it for another season.
The deal is said to be "unsurpassed", with PSG set to hand Messi the No. 10 shirt currently worn by Neymar.
President Joan Laporta said he was "convinced" the midfielder would agree a new deal with the La Liga club, while Messi's wife Antonela Roccuzzo is reportedly house-hunting for a new property near Barcelona.
A switch to MLS is next best at 16/1.
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Rodgers not willing to swap Leicester for Tottenham
SOCCER: Brendan Rodgers appears to be the latest manager to snub Tottenham.
High on owner Daniel Levy's shortlist, The Daily Mail say overtures were made this week to gauge whether Rodgers would be interested in taking the job.
However, the Northern Irishman has no interest in leaving the King Power.
Rodgers is on the brink of guiding his team back into the Champions League and wants the opportunity to pit the team he has built against the best in Europe next season.
Rodgers remains a 13/2 shot.
Wolfsburg manager Oliver Glasner is 10/1 but Tottenham would appear to face competition from RB Leipzig to land the 46-year-old.
Fernandes wants to go from United player to United manager
The 26-year-old is a long way from hanging up his boots.
However, he is keen on moving into management in the future and United are the club he'd want to coach.
He said: "I don't know which team I would like to manage. Of course, the biggest team if I can manage Manchester United, I will be happy. I can leave now just some words so if people see this, if I'm a manager in the future, the fans can make some pressure to bring me as a coach!"
Fernandes' desire to one day manage United has not yet translated into the next manager betting, however.
Brendan Rodgers is next at 4/1, while those looking for an outsider in the absence of Fernandes, could back Ed Woodward at 200/1, David Beckham at 275/1 or Neil Warnock at 500/1.
* All odds correct at time of publication