6hLiam Twomey

Chelsea's Kante talks down PSG move

N'Golo Kante said he considers Chelsea his "home" and has no interest in leaving the club to join Paris Saint-Germain in the summer.

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7hPA Sport

Alexander-Arnold joins England training

Southgate brought England under-21 defender Alexander-Arnold into the session to help bolster numbers.

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Carragher to play Legends game - source

Jamie Carragher will feature in a Liverpool Legends charity match at Anfield on Saturday as planned, a source has told ESPN FC.

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8hDan Kilpatrick

Spurs' Alderweireld is fully fit - Martinez

Alderweireld has not played for Spurs since the FA Cup tie at Rochdale almost a month ago, but has been included in Belgium's friendly squad.

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8hLiam Twomey

Christensen praised advice from Terry

Andreas Christensen revealed that a conversation with former Chelsea captain John Terry has helped him recover from mistakes on the pitch.

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9hMusa Okwonga

Lindelof's growing pains at Old Trafford

As case studies on how the Premier League's unique demands need time for adjustment, Victor Lindelof is a pretty good one.

10hSimon Curtis

Man City deserve more respect

Manchester City have gone under the radar in the aftermath of their Champions League draw with Liverpool, who are being talked up as the favourites.

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10hStephan Uersfeld

Can: Pep's 'honest' talk led to Bayern move

Liverpool's Emre Can has told Sport1 that he left Bayern Munich in 2013 because then-coach Pep Guardiola told him his opportunities would be limited.

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11hGlenn Price

Firmino: This is 'best moment of my career'

Roberto Firmino considers himself to be in the "best moment" of his career and insists he feels no pressure to match Mohamed Salah's goal-scoring.

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12hIan Holyman

Pep to attend De Bruyne's youth tournament

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has accepted an invitation to attend a youth tournament organised by Kevin De Bruyne this summer.

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12hStephan Uersfeld

Leipzig's Keita injured, out of Guinea squad

Naby Keita, RB Leipzig's Liverpool-bound midfielder, pulled out of the Guinea squad with a lower back injury and the flu.

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13hIan Holyman

Pogba would love to play with Neymar

Manchester United's Paul Pogba has said he would love to play alongside Neymar, calling him "the very definition of joy on the pitch."

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19hESPN staff

Salah proud to forge path for Egyptians

Liverpool's Egypt international Mohamed Salah wants his exploits in the Premier League to serve as inspiration for his fellow countrymen.

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1dPA Sport

Pogba 'can't be happy' at Utd - Deschamps

Paul Pogba "cannot be happy" with his current situation at Manchester United, according to France boss Didier Deschamps.

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1dGabriele Marcotti

Why Mourinho criticizes his players

It's always a dangerous move to criticize your players but Jose Mourinho keeps doing it at Man United. Why? Because he's confident it will work.