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4hESPN staff

Henry wonders why Suarez, Coutinho left Anfield

Liverpool owner John Henry has questioned why Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho would want to leave Anfield and the Premier League to play in Spain.

How close Alderweireld and Fred are to joining Man United (2:28)
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7hAndy Mitten

United fans want Liverpool to lose but are envious

It's true: Most United fans will want a Madrid win on Saturday. But wider feelings -- about the game and that Liverpool are in it -- are conflicted.

Tottenham sending a message with Pochettino contract extension (3:38)
Rumour Rater: Alderweireld, Jorginho, Griezmann and more (4:16)
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17hMark Rodden

Arsenal 'stagnated' under Wenger - Aubameyang

Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has hailed new head coach Unai Emery and said the club had 'stagnated' under Arsene Wenger.

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1dPA Sport

Klopp's Europa speech changed Reds - Henderson

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson believes the seeds of their Champions League final appearance against Real Madrid were sown two years ago thanks

What are the biggest challenges facing Unai Emery? (4:32)
Why D.C. United need to convince Rooney to come to MLS (2:24)
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1dNick Miller

Loftus-Cheek: Chelsea 1st-team step 'massive'

Ruben Loftus-Cheek has spoken about the difficulties faced by young players breaking into the Chelsea team, as he prepares to play in the World Cup.

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1dPeter O'Rourke

Spurs tracking West Brom's Hegazi - sources

Tottenham have joined the list of clubs tracking West Bromwich Albion defender Ahmed Hegazi, sources have told ESPN FC.

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1dMattias Karen

Emery impresses at first Arsenal news conference

Unai Emery's first news conference as Arsenal head coach went well as he showed that he's unfazed by the challenge of succeeding Arsene Wenger.

Prem Table

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City383242+79100
Manchester United382567+4081
Tottenham Hotspur382387+3877
Liverpool3821125+4675
Chelsea3821710+2470
Arsenal3819613+2363
Burnley38141212-354
Everton38131015-1449
Leicester City38121115-447
Newcastle United3812818-844
Crystal Palace38111116-1044
AFC Bournemouth38111116-1644
West Ham United38101216-2042
Watford3811819-2041
Brighton & Hove Albion3891316-2040
Huddersfield Town3891019-3037
Southampton3871516-1936
Swansea City388921-2833
Stoke City3871219-3333
West Bromwich Albion3861319-2531