Tottenham striker Harry Kane looks set to be handed his first England cap by Roy Hodgson today for the European Qualifier against Lithuania next week.
Chelsea have launched another attack on referees, this time complaining on their website about the “abnormally low” number of penalties awarded to them this season.
Ronald Koeman wants to bring 16-year-old Real Madrid wonderkid Martin Odegaard to Southampton on loan next season.
Mark Hughes looks set to sign a bumper new £7m three-year deal to stay at eighth-in-the-table Stoke.
Monaco manager Leonardo Jardim has said he expects to land a Premier League post after masterminding the dumping of Arsenal from the Champions League.
Striker Christian Benteke has warned Aston Villa not to get cocky after a resurgence in form has lifted them out of the bottom three.
Roy Hodgson is considering resting Liverpool stars over the international break because of the number of games the club has played this season – even if it angers other Premier League teams.
Wealthy German club Wolfsburg are preparing to pay £33m for Everton’s Romelu Lukaku as they close in on clinching a Champions League place for next season.
Glen Johnson is interested in a move to Roma to join Ashley Cole, with whom he shares an agent, when his Liverpool contract expires this summer.
Everton manager Roberto Martinez says English clubs will keep failing in Europe unless a major rethink is carried out to transform the fixtures intensity of the Premier League.
Angel di Maria says he is determined to make his £59.7m British record transfer to Manchester United a success rather than seeking a move away.
Wales boss Chris Coleman has told Gareth Bale to turn down any move to an English club because he’s ‘too good’ to return to the Premier League.
Hull City owner Assem Allam has repeated his vow to sell the club if he cannot change its name to the Hull Tigers.
New Sunderland boss Dick Advocaat is ready to give untried youngster Duncan Watmore his first senior start at West Ham on Saturday.
French midfielder Yoan Gouffran has admitted Newcastle have been too much of a soft touch this season.
Gloomy Per Mertesacker has admitted Arsenal are a long way from being genuine Champions League contenders following the Gunners’ last-16 exit to Monaco.