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Man City are interested in signing Lyon defender Mouctar Diakhaby, according to reports in the English press.
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Thibaut Courtois says Chelsea’s players are all ready to fight for manager Antonio Conte to make sure he does not leave his role at Stamford Bridge.
Arsenal have been urged to clarify manager Arsene Wenger’s future well before his current contract expires in 2019 to avoid the confusion which damaged the team’s performances last season.
Liverpool centre-back Joel Matip has taken the blame for Liverpool’s 4-1 loss at Spurs on Sunday, revealing: “It cannot go on like this.”
Former Everton manager David Moyes is one of the favourites to replace Ronald Koeman at Goodison following the Dutchman’s sacking.
Newcastle scouts have been in Germany recently to cast their eye over potential January transfer targets.
Steve Bruce has confirmed that Aston Villa will try to sign Sam Johnstone on a permanent deal from Manchester United.
Jonny Evans has asked West Brom fans not to panic despite the Baggies’ poor recent run of recent run of form.
Aston Villa CEO Keith Wyness says the club have not turned down a £5m bid from Manchester United for striker Keinan Davis.
Caretaker boss Michael Appleton is set to take charge of Leicester when they host Leeds in the Carabao Cup on Tuesday night.
Former Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini, who is now in charge of Chinese Super League club Hebei China Fortune, is the favourite to be the next Leicester manager.
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Adel Taarabt has admitted that coming back to QPR after experiencing Champions League football with Milan “really hurt” the Morocco midfielder.
Wales midfielder Joe Ledley says he would love the chance to extend his contract at Derby County.
Nottingham Forest are already planning their January transfer business, although boss Mark Warburton says the club will not be held to ransom when it comes to their first-choice targets.
Nottingham Forest defender Eric Lichaj wants to tie down his long-term future at the City Ground after returning to Mark Warburton’s starting XI.
Reading midfielder John Swift has given his backing to under-fire boss Jaap Stam.
Carlos Carvalhal has told his Sheffield Wednesday players to keep the faith after their 2-0 loss to Derby on Saturday.
Former Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Carlton Palmer believes the time has come for the club to part company with boss Carlos Carvalhal.
Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder has confirmed the Blades will offer new deals to more of its leading players after reaching agreements with John Fleck and David Brooks in recent weeks.