Tag: Tom Cleverley

Liverpool’s Allen completes Stoke move

Joe Allen played in every game for Wales at Euro 2016 Stoke City have signed Wales midfielder Joe Allen from Liverpool for £13m. The 26-year-old, who had a year left on his contract, was also a target for the Potters’ Premier League rivals Swansea, whom he left to join Liverpool in 2012. “It’s been a

Derby’s Sammon agrees to Hearts switch

Conor Sammon spent the season on loan to Sheffield United Conor Sammon has agreed a three-year contract with Hearts as the striker prepares to leave Derby County. The 29-year-old Irishman is expected to formally sign for the Scottish Premiership club next week on his return from holiday. Sammon has negotiated an early release from his

WATCH: Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen hits hat-trick for Denmark, as Middlesbrough signing Viktor Fischer grabs FOUR assists

Denmark are unfortunately not playing at the European Championship this summer, but they are taking part in a cup competition of their own instead. The Kirin Cup, held in Japan, saw four teams taking each other on to win the tournament founded in 1978. Bosnia and Herzegovina, won the competition, beating hosts Japan 2-1 in the

Chelsea target Antonio Rudiger plays down talk of Roma exit: ‘I know nothing. I am only focused on Euro 2016’

Roma defender Antonio Rudiger has palmed off questions over his future – amid talk of a £20m bid from Chelsea. New Blues boss Antonio Conte is a huge admirer of the centre-back, 23, and he will put him high on his list of transfer targets when he takes charge at Stamford Bridge after Italy’s Euro

Arsenal defender Hector Bellerin in line to replace injured Real Madrid star Dani Carvajal in Spain’s Euro 2016 squad

Hector Bellerin will be included in Spain’s squad for this summer’s European Championship if Dani Carvajal fails to prove his fitness, Vicente del Bosque has confirmed. The Arsenal full-back only made his debut for the reigning champions on Sunday, playing the full 90 minutes of the 3-1 friendly win over Bosnia. Bellerini, orignally named on the standby list

Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink pleased to see hard work paying off for Eden Hazard: ‘He’s playing with courage and is mentally fit and fresh’

Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink was delighted to see Eden Hazard looking ‘fit and fresh’ in the 1-1 draw at Liverpool. The Belgian opened the scoring at Anfield with a fine solo goal – beating his opponents before finishing low into the far corner. It was just Hazard’s third Premier League goal this season and ninth for club

Boss Hammers Marseille swoop talk

Slaven Bilic has denied that West Ham have made a huge bid to try and sign prolific Marseille striker Michy Batshuayi. The Hammers’ chief used his press conference in the build up to Saturday’s visit of Swansea to Upton Park to dismiss reports that he was plotting a £20million swoop to snap up the Belgium

Arsenal 1-0 Norwich City: Fans protest for change as Gunners boost hopes of a top-four finish

Arsenal swept aside off-field protests to move closer to securing a top-four finish with a 1-0 victory over Norwich City.  A drab Emirates clash – which was live on talkSPORT – saw fan demonstrations take place before, on 12 minutes and on 78 minutes, against long-serving manager Arsene Wenger.  Wenger, unmoved by the small minority in the