Juventus have rejected approaches from Everton and Valencia for midfielder Stefano Sturaro. The 24-year-old is struggling for game time in Turin this season and is ready to leave. Everton and Valencia are both interested in the Italian and have contacted Juve about a January deal. But Sturaro’s agent, Carlo Volpi, has revealed Juventus are unwilling to
But, as was the case then, they want time to bring in a replacement before the transfer window closes. Back in August that was Thomas Lemar but he snubbed a move to the Emirates, meaning Sanchez too stayed put. Express Sport understands the Chile international has been told City will be making a bid for
Swansea have appealed against Leroy Fer’s FA Cup red card at Wolves. Fer was sent off by referee Anthony Taylor in the second half of Saturday’s third-round 0-0 draw for a cynical trip on Helder Costa. Swansea manager Carlos Carvalhal said after the game that the foul was a “classic yellow card” and the Premier
Kane has always maintained he is happy at Spurs but Pochettino says Philippe Coutinho’s move from Liverpool to Barcelona shows there can be no room for complacency.
Tottenham’s star striker underlined his value again on Sunday by scoring twice in a 3-0 win over AFC Wimbledon as Pochettino’s side eased into the FA Cup
“The likes of Riyad Mahrez, Thomas Lemar and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang could all be making mega-money moves soon”
The transfer window seems to get crazier every year, with last summer’s world record £198m transfer of Neymar from Barcelona to PSG obliterating the previous record. With Barca now splashing out £142m on
Paris Saint-Germain hit 25 in six UEFA Champions League group stage games, while Zenit (with 17) are the top scorers in the UEFA Europa League, but who are the most dangerous sides in the continent’s strongest domestic leagues (as per the current UEFA association club coefficients)? Read and learn. The top five attacks in
The 25-year-old’s international career had looked to be over after the loss to Iceland 18 months ago at Euro 2016 but a return to form with Arsenal and a run of games injury-free has led to his being monitored by England.
Three Lions boss Southgate is now reported to be keen to include him
Sunderland 1-0 Fulham Better late than never! Sunderland finally claimed their first home victory of 2017 as 18-year-old Josh Maja’s goal was enough to see off Fulham. The much-maligned Black Cats were close to going a whole calendar year without winning in front of their fans, but an inspired doubled substitution from new boss Chris
Everton’s Gylfi Sigurdsson piled the pressure on former manager Paul Clement with a brilliant strike in the 3-1 victory to leave Swansea rooted to the bottom of the Premier League. The Iceland international, who left the Swans in a £45million summer move, scored the vital second after Dominic Calvert-Lewin had cancelled out Leroy Fer’s opener