There has been a big boost for a bunch of Premier League teams who are hoping to sign Stefan de Vrij this summer. De Vrij, the Lazio defender, will be available for free at the end of the season as he will NOT be signing a new contract with his current club. The 26-year-old Netherlands
7:57 AM GMT Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email comment Sooner or later, Arsenal will have to find a replacement for Arsene Wenger as manager. The sands of time run out for everybody in the end and even Wenger’s reign at the Emirates Stadium has a finishing line somewhere in the not too distant future.
Craig Bellamy is expected to be confirmed as Oxford United’s new manager. According to The Sun, the former Cardiff, Newcastle, Liverpool and Wales star has been locked in talks with the League One club for the past fortnight and is now poised to take the reins. Bellamy has been working as a TV pundit for Sky
Here’s all the top transfer-related stories in Friday’s newspapers and online… Liverpool are trying to sign Roma goalkeeper Alisson ahead of the summer. Roma believe Alisson is one of the best in his position in Europe and value him at £62m (€70m) – potentially a world-record price for a goalkeeper. (Sky Sports) Jurgen Klopp could,
Liverpool will be hoping to consolidate their place in the top four when they travel to Southampton on Sunday. The Reds currently sit two points clear of fifth placed Tottenham heading into the final third of the season. Jurgen Klopp will be without Nathaniel Clyne and Ragnar Klavan for the trip to St Mary’s, but
The names Barcelona and Juventus are enough to strike fear into any team, and a look at their formidable home records suggests that caution is not unfounded. Neither club have lost on their own turf in the UEFA Champions League since spring 2013, unbeaten runs that now stand at 24 matches in Barcelona’s case and
“It was the last week of the window, the Chelsea bid. It wasn’t accepted and I stayed”
Celtic goalkeeper Craig Gordon admits he wanted a move to Chelsea last year but says he would have regretted turning his back on the ‘invincibles’ campaign. The former Sunderland shot-stopper was
Jose Mourinho will take a leaf out of the book of his famous predecessor Sir Alex Ferguson when he plans his attempt to challenge Manchester City for next season’s Premier League title. In the wake of the disappointing midweek defeat at Tottenham, the Manchester United manager all but conceded this season’s championship to his local
“Alexis Sanchez is expected to leave Arsenal this month, with both Manchester City and Manchester United reportedly interested”
With 24 days to go until the January window slams shut, there are plenty of transfer rumours doing the rounds. Alexis Sanchez is highly expected to leave Arsenal this month, with both
The 29-year-old was a surprise £16m signing when he joined from Bayer Leverkusen on a three-year deal last summer but it would be another surprise if the Hammers were to let him go in January.
The Mexican looks well down the pecking order under David Moyes and is no longer guaranteed a starting spot