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Stoke: Potters up Ndiaye interest

Despite not having a manager, the Potters are busy working to bring fresh faces into a struggling side who currently sit inside the Premier League’s bottom three after 22 games of the campaign. Having already landed French left-back Moussa Niakate and Austrian right-back Moritz Bauer, Stoke are thought to have enquired about 27-year-old attacking

Transfer gossip: Liverpool want France star to replace Coutinho, Newcastle to land Chelsea man

Here are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers and online… Liverpool want Thomas Lemar to replace Philippe Coutinho – and are ready to try to make it happen this month. Kop boss Jurgen Klopp has identified the France star as his No.1 target to slot into Coutinho’s boots after his £145m move to Barcelona. (Daily Mirror) Liverpool will

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte hits back at ‘little man’ Jose Mourinho

Antonio Conte’s feud with Jose Mourinho intensified further on Saturday as the Chelsea head coach called the Manchester United boss a “little man” and “fake” before issuing an apparent challenge. Simmering tensions between Conte and his predecessor as Chelsea boss ignited on Friday, when Mourinho made reference to match-fixing allegations. And, following Chelsea’s goalless draw

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte hits back at ‘little man’ Jose Mourinho

Antonio Conte’s feud with Jose Mourinho intensified further on Saturday as the Chelsea head coach called the Manchester United boss a “little man” and “fake” before issuing an apparent challenge. Simmering tensions between Conte and his predecessor as Chelsea boss ignited on Friday, when Mourinho made reference to match-fixing allegations. And, following Chelsea’s goalless draw

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte hits back at ‘little man’ Jose Mourinho

Antonio Conte’s feud with Jose Mourinho intensified further on Saturday as the Chelsea head coach called the Manchester United boss a “little man” and “fake” before issuing an apparent challenge. Simmering tensions between Conte and his predecessor as Chelsea boss ignited on Friday, when Mourinho made reference to match-fixing allegations. And, following Chelsea’s goalless draw