A tough night in the Europa League for West Ham and Leicester City while Rangers suffer a narrow defeat away at SC Braga. We'll bring you the latest news ahead of a massive weekend in the Premier League, as Manchester City face off against Liverpool in a potential title decider. Find all the latest news, stats, facts and figures right here.
"I don't understand. I'm a bit surprised. To target Cristiano Ronaldo and say we need to move on is wrong, Why don't we build young players around Cristiano? Let them learn and improve around him."
Former Liverpool defender and Sky Sports pundit Jamie Carragher doesn't think Mohamed Salah will start against Manchester City because his fellow attackers are all in better form.
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After rumours of board meetings and speculation about Frank Lampard being removed from his post as Everton manager, it is clear the Toffees' head coach will remain in charge of Everton for the foreseeable future. Everton face Man Utd and Leicester at the start of a horrible run of games to the end of the season.
“I don't intend to speak about any possible new managers”. @utdreport
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Kyle Walker spoke to the Telegraph ahead of City's title-deciding game against Liverpool on Sunday, praising his teammate Phil Foden along the way.
Aston Villa are keeping a close eye on PSV Eindhoven's English winger Noni Madueke, with Steven Gerrard going to watch the youngster at the King Power Stadium last night.
We did a piece on him recently and it is not surprising to see him generate Premier League interest. Read about him below.
Steven Gerrard was at the King Power Stadium last night to watch the winger against Leicester City.
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The defender is set to sign a new contract until 2026.
Barcelona are stil more than optimistic also on Gavi's extension.
Everton Women have announced that Brian Sorensen will take charge of the team from the beginning of next season. The Dane has signed an initial two-year contract.
With the arrival of Erik ten Hag seemingly imminent at Manchester United, the Dutchman has made it clear that he wants a say on signings, made presently and in the future, as well as departures and new contracts.
Ten Hag considers this as "key point" to rebuild Man United - new signings have to be totally perfect for his idea and club project.
This'll cause a stir...