What the papers say Christian Pulisic is subject of a tug-of-war between two Premier League giants as both Liverpool and Chelsea are interested in the Borussia Dortmund attacking midfielder. Pulisic, 20, impressed during the USA’s 3-0 defeat to England and Dortmund may be looking to cash in on the hot prospect, the Daily Mirror reports. The paper said Jurgen Klopp may wish to cash in on Fabinho, with AC Milan and Juventus interested, to raise funds for the American.
Marko Arnautovic would not be drawn on his West Ham future after Austria’s Nations League win against Northern Ireland on Sunday.
Wales have called up exciting Manchester City teenager Rabbi Matondo for their friendly in Albania.
Claudio Ranieri is excited about engineering Fulham’s escape from the Premier League relegation zone, saying pressure is being without a job.
Austria coach Franco Foda is hopeful of adding Burnley striker Ashley Barnes to his squad in time for next year’s Euro 2020 qualifiers.
Arsenal want to be part of any discussions on a future European Super League – but deny they would break away from the Premier League if a new competition comes to fruition.
Claudio Ranieri is confident of securing Premier League survival with Fulham by turning his players into fighters – and rewarding them with burgers, not pizza.
Claudio Ranieri wants his Fulham players to show fighting spirit and plans to reward clean sheets with burgers, not pizza.
Chelsea have declined to comment on an allegation of illegal payments made to Andreas Christensen’s father.
When Alex McCarthy’s parents look back on the photos of their holiday of a lifetime to Peru, the memories might just be bittersweet.
What the papers say Aaron Ramsey could be leaving the Premier League behind for a move to Bayern Munich, the Independent says. The German club are said to be confident of landing the Arsenal midfielder, who is set be available on a free transfer in the summer. At home, Liverpool and Chelsea have also been tipped to be part of the race for the 27-year-old.
Supporters’ groups have condemned the £5million farewell to outgoing Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore as “shameful greed”.
Premier League clubs have agreed in principle to introduce Video Assistant Referees from next season.
The Premier League has agreed to pay its outgoing boss Richard Scudamore a leaving gift of £5million in recognition of his “outstanding work”.
Ed Woodward insisted Jose Mourinho and his squad remain “fully united” despite a “mixed” start to the season.
Manchester United have announced reduced quarterly revenue in their latestfinancial results but insist the club remain on track for record annual income.
Aberdeen-raised Armstrong not missing Scottish football but feeling frustration with Southampton in Premier League
Stuart Armstrong is living the dream at Southampton while finding the reality frustrating.
What the papers say Manchester United’s Chris Smalling is wanted by Everton on a free transfer when his deal runs out next summer, The Sun reports. The 28-year-old defender has already held talks over a new contract at Old Trafford, but the Toffees are hoping to land him next July, the paper says. Marco Silva is said to have sent scouts to watch him in action.
Callum Wilson grew up playing a game called “Wembley” with his friends using the garages next to his house.
Benjamin Mendy will be sidelined again for Manchester City after undergoing a knee operation on Wednesday.
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy wants to play on for years and insists he still feels he is in his early 20s.
Wayne Rooney has admitted he misses Manchester United and wanted to end his career there – but insists he ended up leaving the club at the right time.
Newcastle remains up for sale despite reports that owner Mike Ashley could be ready to offload the club to an American consortium, Press Association Sport understands.
Chelsea insist they have not broken any FIFA rules on the signing of underage players.
Claudio Ranieri believes Fulham have under-achieved so far this season given the “exceptional talent” in their squad.
After he masterminded Leicester’s shock title triumph, Fulham will hope Claudio Ranieri can once again beat the odds and keep them in the Premier League.
Claudio Ranieri is back in the Premier League after being appointed as the new manager of Fulham, replacing Slavisa Jokanovic.
Claudio Ranieri has his sights set higher than mere Premier League survival following his return to management at Fulham.
Southampton midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has defended Charlie Austin’s weekend outburst as proof that players do care passionately what happens on the pitch.
Fulham have sacked manager Slavisa Jokanovic and replaced him with former Chelsea and Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri.