Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has insisted Kevin De Bruyne will get a chance in the first-team having shown desire and professionalism in training, writes The Guardian.
The Belgian international joined Chelsea almost two years ago and has had to spend time on loan at Genk and Werder Bremen with limited opportunities at Stamford Bridge.
De Bruyne looked set to be a first-team regular as the campaign got under-way, having started the fir...More
Burnley striker Danny Ings' performances have reportedly put some Premier League clubs on alert as the January transfer window approaches, the Guardian has reported.
Ings is currently second top scorer in the Championship with 11 goals to his name so far this term, and has enjoyed a fruitful partnership with Sam Vokes that has seen Burnley start the season in fantastic form and they sit third in the table.
His form has not gone unno...More
Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis believes the victory over West Ham on Tuesday evening has given everybody hope that the club can avoid relegation from the Premier League for the first time, writes BBC Sport.
Pulis’ first game in charge resulted in another three points on the board for the club who were lifted from the foot of the Premier League table as a result.
"It's a great result and we have to put points on the board to give eve...More
Barcelona winger Pedro has indicated that he is ready to leave Barcelona with his favoured destination being the Premier League, the Guardian has reported.
The 26-year-old told Spanish paper Mundo Deportivo that he is ready to leave and wants a move to England.
The paper reported that he had told those close to him that he has 'little things' in England, and despite being grateful for everything Barca have done for him, he is thinki...More
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has admitted he is struggling to find the right defensive formula without Jamie Carragher at the club after his retirement in May, writes ESPN.
Carragher enjoyed a 16-year spell in Liverpool’s first team and has left a void in the side since his departure.
Rodgers decided to sign three central defenders in the hope to replace the former vice-captain, but none have stamped sufficient authority in the...More
Fulham manager Rene Meulensteen has joined the race to sign Dinamo Moscow winger Balazs Dzsudzsak in January, with Liverpool already interested, writes The Mirror.
With the Dutchman recently appointed as Martin Jol’s successor after Saturday’s 3-0 defeat to West Ham United, Meulensteen would like to improve the squad with owner Shahid Khan likely to provide the funds.
But Meulensteen will have to join the race for the Hungarian inte...More
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