Here are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers and online… Phil Jones could leave Manchester United this summer amid interest from Stoke. Marcos Rojo is also facing the end of his United career following Jose Mourinho’s arrival, with the new manager keen to bring in Southampton defender Jose Fonte. (Manchester Evening News) Arsene Wenger has been
But it hardly mattered against opponents lacking shape, coherence but above all, quality. Two goals in the 13th and 45th minute by Cristhian Stuani gave Boro the cushion they needed to resist a spirited fightback which saw Patrick Van Aanholt reduce the deficit. Sunderland will argue they deserved a share of the derby spoils and
Kane said: “I thought we played very well together. He likes to hold it up, is strong and brings others into play, and we created a lot of chances. “On another day we could both have scored a couple of goals. If the manager wants us to play together during the season we are more
Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew has revealed he expects Yannick Bolasie to complete his proposed £30million transfer to Everton. The forward made what appears to have been his last appearance for Crystal Palace when playing as a second-half substitute in Saturday’s 1-0 Premier League defeat at home to West Brom.
Salomon Rondon’s 74th-minute header was
København v APOEL• FCK 3-1 MidtjyllandThe Copenhagen side remain unbeaten in eight competitive games this season, coming from behind to win at home with efforts from Erik Johansson (65) and Youssef Toutouh (88) either side of Kian Hansen’s own goal.• APOEL: No weekend gameDespite a late own goal in their favour, APOEL lost 2-1 to
Dominic Ball made 30 appearances in all competitions for Rangers last season Championship side Rotherham have signed Tottenham centre-back Dominic Ball on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee. Ball joined Tottenham as a trainee in July 2011, but failed to make a senior appearance for the Premier League club. The 21-year-old spent last season
Newcastle United and Real Madrid have begun formal talks over a deal for Moussa Sissoko, claim reports in Spain. The France international is ready to leave St James’ Park this summer following the Magpies relegation from the premier League to the Championship. Several clubs have already shown an interest, including Borussia Dortmund, Roma and Paris Saint-Germain.
As if he did needed to announce his arrival at Manchester United any more, Zlatan Ibrahimovic did not mess about on his debut. The 34-year-old Swedish striker joined the club on a one-year deal and it took him just 195 seconds to score his first goal in a Manchester United shirt in the 5-2 friendly win
Owen Coyle has been in charge at Falkirk, St Johnstone, Burnley, Bolton, Wigan and Houston Dynamo Owen Coyle has asked for Blackburn fans to get behind the team after his appointment as Rovers manager. The 53-year-old Scot replaced Paul Lambert at Ewood Park on a two-year deal after he left his role with Major League
Jose Mourinho is expected to give evidence at an employment tribunal brought by former Chelsea first-team doctor Eva Carneiro after she reportedly turned down an offer of £1.2 million to settle. Dr Carneiro alleges she was sexually discriminated against by the club’s former manager, who allegedly abused her as she went on to the pitch