Liverpool could face renewed competition for Virgil van Dijk, with reports claiming Manchester City have made him their first-choice centre-back target next month.
Summer signing Dominic Solanke admits he was gutted to be denied a dramatic late winner in Liverpool’s Premier League stalemate with West Brom at Anfield.
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Jack Wilshere has revealed he is still waiting to hold talks with manager Arsene Wenger over a new Arsenal deal.
Willian insists he will not be leaving Chelsea during the January transfer window, despite his lack of first-team action this season.
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Pep Guardiola hopes to land two defenders in January after convincing Txiki Begiristain he needs reinforcements to maintain Manchester City’s stunning start to the season.
Jose Mourinho insists Henrikh Mkhitaryan is not as deserving of a squad place as Manchester United’s other attacking players.
Manchester United have confirmed that talented teenager Angel Gomes has signed a new contract.
Rafa Benitez headed into a crunch transfer meeting on Thursday having offered little in the way of fresh news on Newcastle United’s protracted takeover saga.
Sunderland are interested in signing Peterborough United’s Jack Marriott next month. The striker has scored 17 goals in 30 games this season.
Stoke City stars are uniting behind Mark Hughes as the manager comes under increased pressure ahead of a must-win game against West Ham.
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Claude Puel insists his one season at Saints helped him become a better manager at Leicester City.
Leicester City are reportedly interested in a January transfer deal for Chelsea starlet Kyle Scott who has 18-months left on his deal at Stamford Bridge.
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Swansea City boss Paul Clement has moved to allay any fears over Wilfried Bony’s fitness despite admitting the striker asked to come off in the 4-0 defeat to Manchester City.
Cardiff City are one of a number of clubs keen on a move for out-of-favour Wolves star Ben Marshall.
West Brom midfielder James McClean has revealed he dreams of one day playing for Celtic.
Nuno Espirito Santo has insisted Wolves will only enter the transfer market in January if they can add a player that can improve the squad.
Derby boss Gary Rowett believes that his Birmingham sacking made him a better manager.