1hJonathan Smith

Pep congratulates Utd, Sanchez on deal

Pep Guardiola refused to be drawn on Manchester City's decision to withdraw from the race for Alexis Sanchez but wished the Chilean good luck.

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1hDan Kilpatrick

Alderweireld close to Spurs return - Poch

Mauricio Pochettino says Toby Alderweireld could return from injury in the FA Cup fourth-round clash at Newport County on Saturday week.

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1hGlenn Price

Liverpool open to more signings - Klopp

Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool are still open to making signings in the transfer market, but stressed that he will focus on the players at the club.

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2hLiam Twomey

Barkley in Chelsea squad to face Brighton

Ross Barkley is in line to make his Chelsea debut from the substitutes' bench against Brighton on Saturday, head coach Antonio Conte has confirmed.

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2hRob Dawson

Sanchez, Mkhi swap 'not done' - Mourinho

Jose Mourinho is hopeful Alexis Sanchez is set to become a Manchester United player but insists the deal is "not done."

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2hDan Kilpatrick

U.S.'s Carter-Vickers makes Ipswich move

Carter-Vickers was recalled from a season-long loan at Sheffield United last week, having played 17 times for the Blades.

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2hPA Sport

Pele collapses with severe exhaustion

Pele will be unable to attend a London tribute dinner in his honour after he collapsed due to severe exhaustion.

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3hPA Sport

Xhaka: Arsenal style would suit Mkhitaryan

Mkhitaryan has struggled to make an impact at Manchester United since joining in 2016 and is set to move to the Emirates Stadium.

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5hBen Pearce

Tottenham shunning market madness

Tottenham's return to form in 2018 means it's unlikely they'll add to their squad as Mauricio Pochettino gears up for a battle with the top four.

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5hDavid Mooney

City's slapstick history keeps fans on edge

Manchester City have a history of slapstick moments, which may explain why some fans are still twitchy despite a 12-point lead at the top.

5hJonathan Smith

Fernandinho signs new Man City deal

Fernandinho has signed a new contract with Manchester City that will keep him at the club until 2020.

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5hESPN staff

Vote: Premier League Predictions

Predict the outcomes from the Premier League weekend, with Manchester City looking to bounce back following their first defeat of the season.

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6hMattias Karen

Sanchez trains with youth team - report

Alexis Sanchez has reportedly been made to train with Arsenal's youth team as he awaits his move to Manchester United.

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7hLuke O'Farrell

Midfield void haunts Everton

Everton are somehow worse off despite a £200 million spree, with a woeful attack hamstrung by an inability to get the creative players there the ball.

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7hGlenn Price

Robertson's rise from humble beginnings

Andrew Robertson has thriving at Liverpool after a difficult start. Glenn Price charts the Scot's rise from humble beginnings at Queen's Park.

7hDan Kilpatrick

Poch sees assistant Perez as right hand

Thrust together at Espanyol, Mauricio Pochettino and Jesus Perez return to St. Mary's as confidants steering an efficient Tottenham machine.

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7hMatthew Stanger

W2W4: Who makes way for Sanchez at United?

Who will Man United drop once Alexis Sanchez arrives? And who will Arsenal turn to without him? That and more in the Premier League's W2W4.

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15hESPN staff

De Gea quiet about potential new deal

David De Gea has deflected questions about signing a new deal with Manchester United, but admitted he's still very happy at Old Trafford.

Extra Time: Real Madrid reinforcements, Liverpool the title contenders (8:43)
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16hPA Sport

Staveley still keen to buy Newcastle

Amanda Staveley is adamant she still wants to buy Newcastle despite the apparent collapse of her bid to do so.

Making sense of Chelsea's latest striker targets (2:47)