According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the Gunners are leading the chase for the Australia international after following him for the whole season. Arsene Wenger was recommended the 23-year-old by former scout Brian McDermott, who attempted to sign him for Reading in 2013.
A defiant Manuel Pellegrini insisted his Manchester City side will keep fighting for a top four place despite Sunday’s 2-2 draw with Arsenal. The result means that while City extended the gap between themselves in fourth and United in fifth, they could have swapped league positions going into the final game of the season with
The Dutchman believes the new man MUST hit the ground running or face becoming another one to bite the dust under Roman Abramovich’s reign. Claudio Ranieri was the first to go in 2003 and his current team Leicester could already be champions when they arrive at Stamford Bridge on May 15 for Hiddink’s final game
Alan Judge received oxygen and treatment on the pitch for several minutes before being stretchered off Ipswich defender Luke Hyam has said he is “distraught” after his tackle led to Brentford’s Alan Judge suffering a lower leg fracture. Judge, 27, who made his Republic of Ireland debut in March, looks set to miss his country’s
West Ham have been put on alert after Besiktas vice-president Ahmet Nur Cebi revealed he would be willing to sell Gokhan Tore for ‘the right price’. The Hammers have been tracking the winger’s progress since Slaven Bilic took over last summer with a view to landing him during the upcoming transfer window. And they will
Those who know at Manchester United have always credited Ryan Giggs with an ability to detach himself from emotion and display a strength of character beyond that of many of his team-mates and contemporaries, so it will be interesting to gauge his reaction to the end Gary Neville’s brief reign as Valencia manager. If, as
Burnley were denied the chance to move six points clear at the top of the Championship as Wolves equalised in stoppage time to draw 1-1. Sam Vokes’ second-half strike looked to have set the Clarets on their way to victory, but Danny Batth met Nathan Byrne’s cross to net that vital leveller after 92 minutes. Brighton moved