1:20 PM GMT Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email comment On the face of it, Wednesday was a bad day for Jose Mourinho. Manchester City stretched their lead at the top of the Premier League to 15 points and Liverpool made Virgil van Dijk the world’s most expensive defender by striking a £75 million deal
Swansea City are closing in on the appointment of Carlos Carvalhal as their new manager. Carvalhal left Sheffield Wednesday by mutual consent on Christmas Eve after two and a half years managing at Hillsborough, in which he twice took them into the Championship play-offs. Swansea have been looking for a new manager since sacking Paul
When Arsenal go to Crystal Palace on Thursday night it will be Arsene Wenger’s 810th Premier League match in the job, drawing level with the record Sir Alex Ferguson set with Manchester United. Wenger’s first game, away at Blackburn Rovers was in October 1996, more than 21 years ago. So what has changed since then?
8:44 PM GMT Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email comment Virgil van Dijk is set to become the world’s most expensive defender after Liverpool and Southampton reached an agreement Wednesday for his January transfer. Liverpool have long courted the Dutch centre-half and Jurgen Klopp will be delighted to finally land his first-choice transfer target in
Liverpool will sign Virgil van Dijk when the transfer window re-opens in January after agreeing a world-record deal to sign the Southampton defender. The Dutch centre-back will move to Anfield in a transfer that is understood to be worth £75m, eclipsing the previous world-record fee for a defensive player set when Manchester City bought Kyle
And the club have released a statement on the deal. “Liverpool Football Club can confirm they have reached an agreement with Southampton for the transfer of Virgil van Dijk,” a Liverpool statement read. “The Reds have agreed a deal with the south coast club, and the player himself, that will see the 26-year-old defender move
5:57 PM GMT Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email comment Liverpool have agreed a club-record deal to sign Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk. The club posted a picture of the Netherlands defender on their website holding a Liverpool jersey and saying that he will join the team when the transfer window reopens on Jan. 1.
The weather is cold and nights are drawing in which can only mean one thing – the January transfer window is now only days away. Managers up and down the country are drawing up shortlists as we speak with the winter window set to be one of the busiest in history with more money than
When it was put to him that he had been afforded close to £300m to spend on players over the last two seasons, he replied: “It’s not enough, it’s not enough. “The price for the big clubs is different from the other clubs, so the big, historical clubs are normally punished in the market for