“Stoke have sacked Mark Hughes after four and a half years at the club”
With the FA Cup third round out of the way, focus will return to the Premier League once again this weekend. Stoke have sacked Mark Hughes after four and a half years, following a dismal run
The under-pressure coach is desperate to spend the money generated from the Virgil van Dijk sale and new forwards are at the top of his list.
As well as another centre-back, Puel is aiming to bolster the club’s options in the final third and he is looking at Theo Walcott and Carrillo.
“Highlights of the FA Cup third round weekend included Nottingham Forest’s 4-2 stunning of Arsenal”
The FA Cup third round is always a special time of year for football fans in England. With the 44 clubs from the Premier League and Championship entering the fray, along with 20 sides from
The Sun claim the 22-year-old will join the Championship outfit until the end of the season, where he is expected to provide cover for the highly-rated Sessegnon.
Fulham’s desire to sign a left-back could also indicate that they are preparing to cash in on the teenage star, who has been linked with Manchester United,
Virgil van Dijk has finally left for £75million, months after becoming unsettled during a period in which manager Mauricio Pellegrino has struggled to convince amid their slide to 17th in the Premier League.
That Pellegrino’s predecessor Claude Puel has impressed since his appointment at Leicester has increased the pressure on him, and perhaps contributed
Coventry boss Mark Robins will lock horns with beleaguered former Manchester United team-mate Mark Hughes desperate to pull off an FA Cup shock. The Sky Blues, currently third in League Two, welcome Premier League strugglers Stoke to the Ricoh Arena on Saturday hoping to deepen their woes with Hughes under intense pressure after run of
“Tottenham, Liverpool and Arsenal men are among the players we expect to be on the move in January”
Many Premier League clubs will look to bring in new faces in order to freshen up their squads and boost their second half of the season. League leaders Manchester City are probably
Saints have plummeted to 17th in the Premier League table following a nine-game winless streak stretching back to the end of November.
Pellegrino has faced supporter unrest at St Mary’s in recent games, but earlier this week received the backing of Krueger.
He insists the former professional ice hockey coach has always been
“I’m actually dismayed that no other clubs made a play for Van Dijk, because he’s that good”
“That’s got nothing to do with Virgil van Dijk. People will shout ‘he’s not worth it’, but he’s worth what someone is willing to pay for him. “Let’s be honest, he’s a
Chairman Ralph Krueger is currently looking to help Pellegrino in the transfer market after the club’s poor run of results.
Saints are 17th in the Premier League after a nine-game winless streak under the former Alaves coach.
Walcott has been linked with a move to back to St Mary’s 12 years after he