After yet more European frustration, Manchester City face a tough trip to in-form West Ham United as they look for their fourth straight league win.
The home side are currently occupying the lofty heights of fourth place, having gained significant reward for their exciting brand of attacking football, and the discontent aimed towards boss Sam Allardyce seems to have totally dissipated. .
They now possess the cutting edge and creat...More
After Swansea City boss Garry Monk labelled Stoke City winger Victor Moses a cheat last weekend, his manager Mark Hughes hopes match officials aren’t holding any bias towards Moses in future games, reports the Express.
“Victor’s a strong character, but I hope this week doesn’t shape people’s view of him. What was said of him wasn’t correct. We need to recognise when these things go against you. I felt it was unjust and wasn’t correct...More
Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has revealed the Midlands club could make Tom Cleverley’s loan deal permanent when the January transfer window opens, reports the Guardian.
“We have not gone into great detail but we have an option on Tom. He has so much to offer. He’s a good guy, a good professional and does everything high tempo even when he trains. Whatever happens in January will happen. The option is there but we still have a cou...More
Despite an error-ridden performance in Sunderland’s 8-0 defeat against Southampton last weekend, manager Gus Poyet has revealed goalkeeper Vito Mannone will start between the sticks against Arsenal Saturday afternoon, reports Sunderland Echo.
“Normally I don’t change the goalkeeper when they have a bad game. When they have two bad games, then they have a problem. The other goalkeeper is very good, but at the moment, there is no decis...More
According to the Express, Real Madrid are keen on signing Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez on a permanent deal when the January transfer opens.
The Mexican international, 26 joined the La Liga side on loan this season, and he’s so far impressed manager Carlo Ancelotti, scoring three goals and making one assist in four games.
Real had an option to buy at the end of the season, but it’s thought they want to make the deal per...More
According to the Liverpool Echo, former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes is now training with Manchester United, with the Reds having pulled out of the deal to sign him.
Liverpool have previously appeared in pole position to sign the 32-year-old when he recovered from his cruciate ligament injury, especially considering the poor form of their first-choice goalkeeper Simon Mignolet, but discussions with Valdes’ representatives were ...More
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