Guardiola has targeted Alexis Sanchez, Virgil Van Dijk and Sergio Busquets as he looks to make City the dominant force in European football. Guardiola has met with Etihad bosses to discuss his plans and given them the list of targets he wants. He told them he wanted a new striker, centre back and defensive midfielder
Phil Neville believes the ‘penny has dropped’ for Luke Shaw who is now determined to save his Manchester United career. “Well if you look at the left-back Luke Shaw, he’s playing for his Manchester United career,” he said. “You look at the fact that they’ve got Ashley Young at left-back at the moment, who’s playing
Jose Mourinho is keen to splash the cash to keep the pressure on Premier League leaders Manchester City. Pep Guardiola’s men look set to challenge on all four fronts this time out, with City boasting an 11-point lead at the top of the table. And according to the Daily Mail, Mourinho has identified United’s attacking
The Spanish outlet added that the youngster is happy at the Nou Camp but could be lured to Arsenal by the challenge of becoming the next La Masia graduate who shines in the Premier League, like Cesc Fabregas. Arsene Wenger will look to boost his attack if Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez, whose contracts run
The Hammers upset the odds with 1-0 home win over Chelsea on Saturday and another success on Wednesday could see David Moyes’ men move out of the relegation zone.
West Ham will have to end a poor recent record against Arsenal though, after collecting just one win in the past 19 competitive meetings and
The new Baggies boss is on the lookout for a new keeper and has been linked with a move for Manchester United stopper Sam Johnstone who is currently on loan at Aston Villa, who would like to keep him.
Pardew has held meetings with the powers that be at the club to discuss his
Harry Kane, believed by ex-Spurs favourite Darren Anderton to be the top man at Tottenham Hotspur football club, has issued a plea to frustrated Spurs fans to stick together. But is it too little, too late?
Following Spurs’ 4-1 drubbing by Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium a few days ago, it really does
The Toffees were themselves in the midst of a relegation battle a few weeks ago, but, following the appointment of Sam Allardyce as manager they have rapidly risen up the standings.
Allardyce has steered the Merseysiders to seven points from a possible nine in the Premier League, although their recent record against Swansea is
Cattermole was sent off in last week’s encouraging goalless draw against Wolves at Molineux, and boss Chris Coleman could make a number of other changes.
Coleman has already indicated he could restore winger Aiden McGeady to his starting line-up after he impressed in training.
Callum McManaman is available again after suspension but Paddy
The Potters find themselves in a precarious position ahead of their meeting with West Brom at the bet365 Stadium, having lost their last three Premier League outings.
Stoke are just one point clear of the bottom three and could find themselves in the relegation zone over Christmas if they fail to get back to