David Gill will not take his place as a Uefa representative on Fifa's executive committee if Sepp Blatter is re-elected as the organisation's president on Friday, the Football Association have confirmed.
Uefa member associations have agreed to unite behind Fifa presidential candidate Prince Ali Bin Al Hussein in Friday's vote, according to association sources.
Real Madrid goalkeeper Iker Casillas insists he would welcome the arrival of Manchester United number one David de Gea at the Bernabeu this summer.
De Gea is under contract at Old Trafford for another season, but has been linked with Real after failing to agree to a new deal with the Red Devils.
If De Gea does come here, he will be welcomed. Competition is good and there is not a clause in my contract which states that I have to be number one.
In this club, you have to understand that any day they can sign a goalkeeper or any player and if that is going to increase the level, all the better.
We have a good relationship and I will give him a helping hand.
We will have to fight and compete for a place just like we do in the national team.
West Ham United striker Carlton Cole has announced he has been released by the club for a second time.
Cole return to Upton Park in September 2013 having originally letting him go that summer.
The former Chelsea striker looked set to join West Brom in January, but the deal fell through at the last minute.
...I wish West Ham United all the best and I will look out for their progress in the future. Thanks for a great 9 years. it's been emotional
Looking forward to my next adventure. I have spoken to West Ham United and it has been decide not to extend my contract...
Rafa Benitez has announced he will leave Napoli after two years in charge. The Spaniard is expected to replace Carlo Ancelotti as Real Madrid's new head coach.
Sepp Blatter has held emergency meetings at Fifa's headquarters in Zurich to discuss the corruption scandal engulfing the organisation.
The embattled president - who cancelled a public appearance this morning - convened a meeting with representatives from Fifa's six regions.
Fifa spokeswoman Delia Fischer said in a statement: "There was a meeting today with the president with the representatives from the confederations to discuss the current situation."
Fifa has so far resisted calls to postpone Friday's planned election amid calls for Blatter to resign in the wake of the allegations.
David Cameron has backed calls for Sepp Blatter to resign as Fifa president following the latest corruption scandal.
The Prime Minister's spokesperson said he was "squarely behind" the Football Association's support for the Fifa presidential candidate of Prince Ali bin al-Hussein.
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FA chairman Greg Dyke has insisted tomorrow's Fifa presidential election should still go ahead despite the ongoing corruption investigation, according to ITV News' Rebecca Barry.