Earlier today French outlet L’Equipe claimed that United boss Jose Mourinho was acting as if the deal has already been sealed and this picture would back that statement up. United have been heavily tipped to launch a first bid in the deal that could top £100m. However, in a surprise turn of events Pogba’s agent
Championship promotion hopefuls Sheffield Wednesday have snapped up former Tottenham teen Charlie Hayford. The 19-year-old had been at Spurs since the age of four but was out of contract at White Hart Lane this summer. He has now penned a one-year deal with Carlos Carvalhal’s side – and Hayford says it is the Owls’ style of
Here are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers… Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuain wants to leave Serie A outfit Napoli this summer and would be interested in a move to Liverpool, even though they have missed out on European qualification. (Daily Mirror) Borussia Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke has rubbished claims that Arsenal target Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang,
This was not so much a football match as a “Rafafest.” Newcastle fans chanted their manager’s name from first whistle to last and amazingly celebrated five goals against opponents who a fortnight earlier had still been dreaming of being crowned champions here. “Stand up if you love Rafa,” they sang as around 50,000 Geordies forgot
John Terry has won the Premier League four times Chelsea captain John Terry is considering whether to accept a “different role” at the club after being offered a new one-year deal. Terry, 35, is out of contract at the end of this season and in January said he would not be extending his stay. The
The Gunners had to perform in a pretty empty Emirates as many fans decided to stay away against the Baggies. Alexis Sanchez scored a brace as Aaron Ramsey, Per Mertesacker and Olivier Giroud returned to Arsenal’s starting line-up. But who was man of the match? Check out our player ratings above for more.
Arsenal keeper Petr Cech has admitted Sunday’s 3-2 defeat at Man Utd was a “step back” but he says their title bid is still alive. The Gunners were disappointing against an injury-hit United and slipped to the narrow defeat, which leaves them in third place in the Premier League – five points behind leaders Leicester.