Premier League legend Didier Drogba has reluctantly announced on social media that his marriage is over, ending his relationship of more than 20 years after a mysterious video of him in bed with another woman surfaced last year.
Sergio Ramos has reportedly indicated he is open to leaving the Bernabeu after rejecting a new deal, claiming that PSG are piecing together a package to tempt the Real Madrid captain and Barcelona's Lionel Messi to Paris.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich may turn to another of his former players to arrest the club's current skid under boss Frank Lampard, with reports online stating he is chasing Andriy Shevchenko to fill the Stamford Bridge hotseat.
2020 may have been a tough year for most, but one man who thrived during a rollercoaster 12 months is Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski, who picked up a truckload of trophies in a remarkable year for the Polish hitman.
Champions League winner Thomas Muller and wife Lisa have spoken of their joy after their breeding farm in Germany
was made the "EU insemination station" for 2021, giving breeders the chance to send in horse semen orders online.
Ex-Senegal star Ousmane N'Doye is said to have claimed that an official accused of racism during a Champions League match has made up with Demba Ba, causing the striker at the center of the row to say the report is not "reliable".
Bayern Munich prodigy Alphonso Davies and Paris Saint-Germain star Jordyn Huitema have been barraged with vile racial abuse under an innocent holiday snap on Instagram, leading supporters and players to speak of their shock.
Ajax and Netherlands international Quincy Promes could face a lengthy jail term after being arrested in connection with a stabbing at a party in his homeland in the summer, reportedly leaving a relative with serious knee injuries.