Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has announced that striker Emmanuel Adebayor has returned from compassionate leave and is in contention for Saturday’s Premier League encounter with Burnley, reports the Guardian.
He is unlikely to start, however, as he is not 100% fit, but Pochettino said: “He’s available. After, we will see if I pick him or not. I’m happy with Ade and how he’s been training. Maybe he’s not 100%, but he’s not fa...More
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal has called for his side to deliver top quality performances as well as positive results, Sky Sports has reported.
The Red Devils have won their last six Premier League games and are hoping for another success when they take on Aston Villa on Saturday, but despite those results - which have taken them up to third in the table, the majority of those performances have been unconvincing, with goalkee...More
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has insisted that key duo Fabian Delph and Ron Vlaar will not be sold by the club in the January transfer window, the Birmingham Mail has reported.
Both players have been heavily linked with moves away from the West Midlands club, particularly as their contracts are set to run out at the end of the season and neither player appears any closer to agreeing a new deal.
Captain Vlaar, who has been at Vil...More
Southampton are closing to securing a deal to sign Werder Bremen winger Eljero Elia for £4m when the transfer window opens in January, according to the Daily Mirror.
The 27-year-old has previously been linked with Merseyside duo Liverpool and Everton, but now looks set to move to the South coast and join compatriot Ronald Koeman, who is looking to add strength in depth to his squad as well as pace, with resources currently stretched....More
Arsenal are set to allow striker Yaya Sanogo to leave the club on loan in January in order for the Frenchman to play regular first-team games and boost his confidence, BBC Sport has reported.
He joined the club in the summer of 2013 on a free transfer from Auxerre to provide some competition for first choice centre-forward Olivier Giroud, but has only made eight starts and 19 appearances overall during his time at the Emirates Stadiu...More
Victory over West Bromwich Albion at Loftus Road would see Queens Park Rangers move out of the bottom three and join the Midlands side on 17 points.
QPR have made a habit of winning important games at home since returning to the Premier League, with fellow promoted sides Leicester City and Burnley both seen off in recent weeks, and they will be confident again here, particularly with Charlie Austin back from a ban.
But the away form...More
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