A win away to a Schalke 04 side managed by former hero Roberto Di Matteo will guarantee Chelsea’s progress into the Champions League knockout stages with a game to spare.
While the Premier League has been plain sailing, performances in Europe have not always quite been up to scratch for the Blues, although they still top the section with two wins and two draws. The latest of them away to Maribor left manager Jose Mourinho critical of...More
According to the Standard, Borussia Dortmund midfielder Ilkay Gundogan would consider a move to the Premier League in the future, with Manchester United having been linked with the 24-year-old.
Gundogan, a German international, has recently made his return from injury, and is being linked with a host of clubs around Europe due to Borussia Dortmund’s disappointing league campaign. He admits that he would relish a Premier League in the...More
According to the Express, AS Monaco midfielder Joao Moutinho has handed in a transfer request with the club, which has caught the attentions of Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United.
The Portuguese international, 28, is said to be disillusioned of the club’s ambition following the departures of Radamel Falcao to Manchester United (loan) and James Rodriguez to Real Madrid (£65M). Monaco are currently 8th in Ligue 1, 11 points off l...More
As reported by ESPN, Manchester United’s assistant manager Ryan Giggs admitted he would leave the club to further his coaching career, insisting he’s not holding out to be Van Gaal’s successor.
“I've been at (United) for so long that I'm familiar with the club, but if I want to further my coaching career or managing career and if it's not at Manchester United, then so be it. I'll just have to wait and see. Taking over at Man United ...More
After Aston Villa earned a 1-1 draw against Southampton, manager Paul Lambert was full of praise for his defence after keeping out the Premier League’s second-highest scorers, reports Sky Sports.
The Midlands outfit took the lead against Southampton last night, and valiantly kept their opponents quiet until the 82nd minute, but centre-backs Ciaran Clark and Jores Okore came away with the plaudits for a solid performance at the back.
Despite dropping points against Aston Villa last night, Southampton manager Ronald Koeman is confident his players can finish in the top-four of the Premier League this season, reports Sky Sports.
Southampton lacked their usual fluid football against Aston Villa, who limited the normally freescoring Saints to few chances on target. While they are second in the table, they have a host of difficult games to come against Manchester City...More
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