Jose Fonte has put Manchester United on alert by raising fresh doubts over his Southampton future.
Nigel Pearson will be sacked by Derby after an astonishing bust-up with the club’s owner Mel Morris.
Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney not finished despite being axed by Jose Mourinho, insists former team-mate Quinton Fortune.
Promotion-chasing Norwich City face paying the in-demand Murphy twins £15,000-a-week to keep them on new long-term deals.
Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group insist Ian Ayre will remain as the club’s chief executive until the end of the season when he will head to German second tier outfit 1860 Munich as general manager.
Eight current or former Premier League managers stand accused of receiving ‘bungs’ for player transfers.
Burnley defender Michael Keane could have been playing Champions League this week, but says he’s happy to bide his time to join the European elite.
Manchester United defender Phil Jones is closing in on a comeback from a knee injury and could return to the first-team squad next week.
The West Ham squad are looking to turnaround their Premier League fortunes as the players enjoyed a team-bonding night out on Monday.
Theo Walcott admits last season was a wake-up call and Arsenal forward is finally ready to fulfil his potential.
West Ham have vehemently denied any wrongdoing in the transfer of third-party owned Enner Valencia from Pachuca in 2014.
Jamie Vardy says he turned down a move to Arsenal to help Leicester build on their Premier League success last season.
Manchester United are targeting a move for Sporting Lisbon winger Gelson Martins.
Swansea City’s American owners are flying in to watch the home match against Liverpool on Saturday in what is seen as a pivotal game for boss Francesco Guidolin.
Rangers manager Mark Warburton is priced lower than his Celtic counterpart Brendan Rodgers in the running to be the next England manager.
Ian Wright has blasted the Old Firm fixture as being ‘vile’ and ‘fuelled by hatred’.