Bradford City have confirmed they have received a bid for the club from an American consortium which plans to fund a takeover using cryptocurrency but deny a sale is imminent.
Guardiola returns inconclusive Covid test
Pep Guardiola has returned an inconclusive Covid test so Manchester City’s manager is to have a second test, with his ability to take charge of Sunday’s trip to Newcastle United in the balance.
The 50-year-old cancelled his usual pre-game media conference on Friday, due to take place at 12.30pm, while he awaits the follow-up test, thought to be a PCR.
Guardiola has continually stressed the need for safety to be a priority over football. If he does test positive then the assistant manager, Juan Manuel Lillo, could take charge at Newcastle for the 2.15pm kick-off.
Ipswich have appointed Kieran McKenna, the Manchester United first-team coach, as their manager on a three-and-a-half-year contract.
Everton are close to signing the Ukraine left-back Vitaliy Mykolenko from Dynamo Kyiv in a €21m (£17.9m) deal that could rise to €23m with add-ons.
Arteta calls for Covid-19 clarity from Premier League