Wolverhampton Wanderers' manager Nuno Espirito Santo was charged with misconduct by the FA on Monday after being sent to the stands for celebrating on the pitch during their dramatic late Premier League win over Leicester City at the weekend.
Nuno ran on to the field after Diogo Jota struck in stoppage time to earn a 4-3 victory at Molineux on Saturday and the Wolves manager accepted he was wrong to get so carried away, saying, "I was sent off -- but rightly so."
Eden Hazard has told France Football he wanted to leave Chelsea last summer, but has also not ruled out staying with the club with he and coach Maurizio Sarri sharing "the same footballing ideas."
Hazard said that in Sarri -- unlike more-pragmatic predecessors such as Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte -- he has found someone who, like himself, values plaudits more than prizes, which the Belgian concedes "perhaps sets me apart among the best players in the world."
Paris Saint-Germain have been warned by the National Union of Professional Footballers (UNFP) that they will face punishment if they do not reinstate wantaway midfielder Adrien Rabiot within the next 48 hours.
Rabiot has been training with PSG's reserves since they returned from their mid-season trip to Qatar last week and the 23-year-old, with the UNFP's help, has since launched an official complaint to the Ligue de Football Professionnel (LFP), sources have confirmed to ESPN FC.
Tottenham are looking for around £15 million for wantaway striker Vincent Janssen, who has attracted tentative interest from clubs in MLS, China and Europe, sources have told ESPN FC.
Janssen, who last played for Spurs in August 2017, underwent foot surgery in the summer but is now fully fit and has recently played in three Under-23 matches, including two in the past week where he has scored one goal and provided two assists.