Sunderland are planning a January swoop for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge, according to reports.
Stoke City, West Ham and Sunderland are reportedly set to be at the centre of a mid-season tug-of-war involving Daniel Sturridge.
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Arsenal are set to face a renewed battle to keep Arsene Wenger, with the FA expected to launch a fresh approach to appoint the Frenchman as the next England manager.
John Terry is set to ease the defensive crisis at Chelsea and hand Antonio Conte a major boost by returning from injury against Hull on Saturday.
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Jose Fonte is ‘waiting’ for an improved contract offer from Southampton following interest from Manchester United in the summer.
Antoine Griezmann has hailed Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba as a ‘genius’ and revealed the pair’s friendship intensified during Euro 2016.
Kevin de Bruyne is set to return for Manchester City’s Champions League double header with Barcelona.
Raheem Sterling is back on track to be one of the world’s top players after losing his way under Manuel Pellegrini, says Brendan Rodgers.
Sunderland are also said to have an interest in FC Copenhagen striker Federico Santander, according to reports.
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Dusan Kuciak has expressed his frustration regarding a lack of first team opportunities at Hull City and claims he may have to leave in the January transfer window.
Hull City club captain Michael Dawson has revealed a return to the side is close, after sitting out the first six weeks of the season through injury.
Former Hull City manager Peter Taylor has claimed Sam Allardyce has been undone by his own greed and praised the FA for decisiveness.
Leicester City transfer target Michael Keane has said he is not disappointed by missing out on a summer move to the King Power Stadium.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers has admitted he made a mistake by throwing Dorus de Vries into the action too early following his move from Nottingham Forest.
Chris Powell will be in charge of Derby County for Saturday’s Championship clash at Reading.
Tony Cottee has backed West Ham boss Slaven Bilic, saying that it is time to give the manager a new contract at the London Stadium.