Premier League clubs are expected to finalise the dates for this summer’s transfer window later this week. A conference call is scheduled for Thursday, during which top-flight sides will vote on whether to open the window before the end of this season, or extend the deadline into October. The window was originally scheduled to open […]"Premier League transfer window could open on July 27 with vote to take place later this week"
The long wait for football is over with the 2019/20 Premier League season now back underway. The top-flight was forced into suspension for several weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic but resumed in mid-June with Aston Villa vs Sheffield United and Manchester City vs Arsenal. The latest round of fixture dates have been announced, revealing […]"Premier League fixtures in FULL: Latest dates and kick-off times announced plus all the results so far this season"
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to see leadership from Paul Pogba when he returns to action. The midfielder has featured eight times for his club this season as a result of an ankle injury, but is ready to play again having stepped up his recovery during football’s three-month break. United travel to Tottenham […]"Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hoping to see leadership from Paul Pogba now Man United midfielder is injury free and could play in Tottenham fixture"
With the Premier League season set to get back underway, top-flight players are still running the risk of being banned when football finally starts again. The 2019/20 campaign was forced into a three month lay-off due to the coronavirus pandemic but is finally ready to recommence on Wednesday, June 17. It means the looming risk […]"Premier League yellow and red cards: Who faces a ban soon? Chelsea star suspended, Man City and Tottenham players at risk"
Giovani Lo Celso is a doubt for Tottenham ahead of their clash against Manchester United on Friday, Jose Mourinho has revealed. The 24-year-old picked up an injury just before the season’s suspension and was unable to receive daily treatment because of the lockdown. But Mourinho did confirm that Harry Kane, Moussa Sissoko and Son Heung-min, […]"Jose Mourinho press conference: Tottenham boss assesses Manchester United threat and provides update on team news with Harry Kane to start"
Aston Villa skipper Jack Grealish has been charged with driving without due care and attention, as well as failing to stop at a collision. West Midlands Police confirmed on Thursday the following action had been taken after an incident in Dickens Heath, Solihull, on March 29. #CHARGED | A Premier League footballer has been charged […]"Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish charged by police with two driving offences over lockdown crash"
Kasper Schmeichel believes Leicester have the ‘perfect manager’ in Brendan Rodgers to take the Premier League side to the next level. The Foxes have thrived under the tutelage of the former Celtic coach, who arrived at the King Power stadium in February 2019. In an exclusive interview with talkSPORT, Leicester No.1 Schmeichel hailed Rodgers’ leadership […]"Kasper Schmeichel EXCLUSIVE: Leicester goalkeeper lauds Brendan Rodgers as the ‘perfect manager’ and says Man City are in Foxes’ sights"
Chelsea fans are already in a euphoric mood following the news that Timo Werner has signed for the club – and RB Leipzig have just made their day even better. On Thursday, the Blues announced that Werner, the Germany international, will join up with Frank Lampard’s men at the end of the season after agreeing […]"RB Leipzig in cheeky jibe at Tottenham after Chelsea seal deal for Timo Werner – ‘He knows how to score against Spurs’"
Tony Bellew can see Anthony Joshua finishing Tyson Fury off early when they eventually meet. Last week, the heayweight world champions’ camps agreed financial terms in principle for a two-fight deal. Joshua won back his WBA, IBF and WBO titles when he overcame Andy Ruiz Jr last December, while Fury beat Deontay Wilder for the WBC […]"Boxing news: Tony Bellew tips Anthony Joshua to beat Tyson Fury, but says he must KO him inside five rounds"
British heavyweight Dillian Whyte should blame Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom for being denied a world title fight all these years, according to rival promoter Frank Warren. Whyte has taken legal action against the WBC as his mandatory shot at their belt looks set to be pushed back – and not for the first time. Brixton’s ‘Body […]"Dillian Whyte told to ‘look in the mirror’ and blame Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom as long wait for a title fight goes on"