Tuesday's latest stories from the world of football in ESPN FC's What's Trending... FIFA: FIFA has released the full report into alleged corruption in the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding contests, "for the sake of transparency" after the files were leaked to German tabloid Bild. - A number of leading nations are planning to avoid choosing Moscow as a World Cup base in 2018 because of the traffic problems that plague the Russian capital, sources have told ESPN FC. CHELSEA: Chelsea are closing in on the £35 million signing of Monaco midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, sources have confirmed to ESPN FC. - Lyon have signed striker Bertrand Traore to a five-year deal from Chelsea for €10 million, the club
Ryan Sessegnon has rejected the opportunity of a move to the Premier League in favour of agreeing a new three-year contract at Fulham, reports the Mirror. Tottenham had been favourites to sign the 17-year-old left-back, while Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and Manchester United had also been linked with Sessegnon, but he has decided to stay put. Everton are set to complete a £25 million deal to sign Manchester United target Michael Keane from Burnley, reports The Sun .
Former footballer Paolo Maldini's professional tennis debut ended in defeat at the Aspria Tennis Cup in Milan. The Italy and AC Milan great earned a wild card into the doubles event at the ATP Challenger tournament -- one level below the main tour -- after winning a qualifier with partner and coach Stefano Landonio. Here's the first point, with Maldini wearing the orange shirt: Maldini, who turned 49 on Monday, and Landonio, a 46-year-old once ranked No. 975 in the world, were never likely to offer too much resistance against Poland's Tomasz Bednarek and Dutchman David Pel. Sure enough, the match was one-sided, but Maldini and Landonio did manage to win two games in a 6-1, 6-1 defeat that lasted