Everton are to offer midfielder Jack Rodwell the chance to return to Goodison Park this summer, the Guardian has reported.
The youngster has struggled to make an impact at Manchester City since making the move from Everton in the summer of 2012. He has found it particularly difficult to establish himself since Manuel Pellegrini took over as manager back in June. Overall for the club, he has made 23 appearances, scoring twice.
Stoke City owner Peter Coates has admitted that defender Robert Huth, who has been out of action since November, is unlikely to play again this season, Sky Sports has reported.
The German suffered a knee injury in the 2-0 win at home to Sunderland on November 23, and was forced to undergo surgery. Despite appearing to be close to a return towards the end of February, Huth has not returned to the Potter’s match day squad, meaning that...More
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes that last season’s victory at the Allianz Arena can help them when they return on Tuesday evening for the second leg of their Champions League last 16 tie, BBC Sport has reported.
Last season, the Gunners almost overturned a 3-1 first leg deficit, but were eliminated on the away goals rule. This time around, they trail 2-0 after the home leg due to goals from Toni Kroos and Tomas Muller, but Wen...More
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino is in talks over a new contract at the St. Mary’s Stadium, with the club looking to put an end to speculation about his future, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Owner Katharina Liebherr is hoping to ensure stability by keeping Pochettino at Southampton, with the Argentine’s future having been in doubt since January, when executive chairman Nicola Cortese resigned.
Following Cortese’s decisio...More
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke has said that a complete ban for players and staff who bet on football matches could soon be introduced, BBC Sport has reported.
Newcastle United’s Dan Gosling was the latest footballer to admit an FA misconduct charge for betting on Monday, while Premier League players Andros Townsend and Cameron Jerome have also been fined for rule breaches this season - although neither two were charged.
On loan striker Loic Remy has thanked Newcastle United for standing by him during his recent court case but has admitted that he harbours ambitions to play for one of Europe’s top club, according to Sky Sports.
The Frenchman was recently in court after allegations of rape but these were officially dropped last month, and the player has revealed just how grateful he is to the club for their support throughout the process.
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