TRENDING

Why PSG players are angry at Mbappe, other top trending football stories today

Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Tuchel, and Bruno Guimaraes are among the top trending names in sports news today.

From left: Kylian Mbappe, Thomas Tuchel and Bruno Guimaraes

A lot is happening in the sports world and the following are the stories making headlines in football today.

PSG players are unhappy at Kylian Mbappe's privileged role at the club and the squad is split and the superstar is fast losing support from his teammates, with several angry at his privileged position within the club.

Mbappe signed a new deal with the French champions in the summer worth £650,000 per week after sensationally snubbing the advances of Real Madrid. Mbappe was also handed influence over sporting affairs and the way the club is run.

Thomas Tuchel has reportedly turned down job offers from two premier league clubs after exiting Chelsea.

It has been stated that Tuchel is only interested in taking over as the next England manager after the 2022 Qatar World Cup with Gareth Southgate's future at the helm raising uncertainties after back-to-back poor performances from the England squad.

Newcastle are not interested in selling Bruno Guimaraes to Real Madrid despite significant interest from the Spanish giants.

Bruno Guimaraes has registered 7 goals and 2 assists for Newcastle since he moved in from Olympique Lyonnais on January 30, 2022.

England fans have begged the FA to replace under-fire boss Gareth Southgate with Thomas Tuchel after the German made it clear he would be interested in the post.

World Cup chiefs are planning 'sober tents' for boozed-up fans in Qatar.

Jurgen Klopp and Didi Hamann's friendship is 'over', reports in Germany claim, with the ex-Liverpool midfielder saying he 'doesn't really understand' his countryman's attack on him.

England fans have begged the FA to replace under-fire boss Gareth Southgate with Thomas Tuchel after the German made it clear he would be interested in the post.

Premier League players and agents are not happy after being ordered by HMRC to provide evidence of involvement in transfers as far back as 2018.

More from category

Recommended articles

Ronaldo seeks revenge for 2018 as Portugal and Uruguay clash in Group H

Ronaldo seeks revenge for 2018 as Portugal and Uruguay clash in Group H

Qatar 2022: Betting tips for  South Korea vs Ghana

Qatar 2022: Betting tips for South Korea vs Ghana

Germany remains bottom of Group E after entertaining 1-1 draw against Spain

Germany remains bottom of Group E after entertaining 1-1 draw against Spain

Qatar 2022: One Neymar shy Brazil against Switzerland- Brazil vs Switzerland; Preview

Qatar 2022: One Neymar shy Brazil against Switzerland- Brazil vs Switzerland; Preview

FIFA World Cup 2022 goalscorers (Golden Boot rankings)

FIFA World Cup 2022 goalscorers (Golden Boot rankings)

FIFA World Cup 2022: All results, fixtures, scores, live standings

FIFA World Cup 2022: All results, fixtures, scores, live standings

Samuel Eto'o's potential World Cup winners look to bounce back against Serbia

Samuel Eto'o's potential World Cup winners look to bounce back against Serbia

'Most Overrated team of all time' -Reactions as Belgium slump to defeat against Morocco

'Most Overrated team of all time' -Reactions as Belgium slump to defeat against Morocco

Mask on - Why the following players are wearing masks in Qatar

Mask on - Why the following players are wearing masks in Qatar