Here are the latest stories for Tuesday.
- England manager Allardyce is ready to stick with Joe Hart for the time being -- but insists it is "critical" that the Manchester City goalkeeper is playing first-team football in the long-term.
As another contentious transfer window draws to a close for Arsenal, even manager Arsene Wenger has given the impression he is a bit upset that he hasn't been able to spend enough of the club's vast hoards of cash. "I'd spend £300 million if I find the player and I had £300 million," an increasingly testy Wenger said after being asked about his perceived stinginess for the umpteenth time following the Gunners' 0-0 draw at Leicester on Saturday.
But it's not the lack of £300 million...
Mainz have rejected speculation linking them with a move for Arsenal winger Serge Gnabry, with sporting director Rouven Schroder telling reporters: "There is nothing to it."
Gnabry, 21, impressed for Germany at the Olympics, scoring six goals as they won silver following a penalty shootout defeat to Brazil in Saturday's final.
Having gone platinum blond for Euro 2016, Aaron Ramsey has once again switched up his style for the start of the 2016-17 domestic season with a daring new look.
Silver Lining pic.twitter.com/6heolZvV4G- Aaron Ramsey (@aaronramsey) August 22, 2016
As if to celebrate Arsenal finishing runners-up in the title race last season, Ramsey has gone and dyed his hair silver, with the Wales midfielder debuting his fresh, ornate cut with a photo posted on Twitter.
It's certainly impressive.
Chris covers the funny side of the game for ESPN FC in the Toe Poke blog.