Pep Guardiola regrets speaking to Nathan Redmond in the manner he did after Manchester City’s victory over Southampton on Wednesday. The Football Association has asked the City boss to explain his version of events following an aggressive-looking discussion with the Saints player after the final
Leon Goretzka (centre) has been linked with moves to Arsenal and Liverpool Schalke are determined to keep hold of Arsenal and Liverpool target Leon Goretzka after losing Sead Kolasinac fonothing last summer. Kolasinac left the German club in the previous transfer window to join the Gunners
This was one of the big sagas of last summer’s transfer window and it seems like this will not end any time soon. It’s clear Van Dijk wanted a move to Anfield but there could be a rather unexpected twist in this tale next month.
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has been asked to explain his version of events following his animated post-match conversation with Southampton’s Nathan Redmond. The Football Association on Friday said it had sought observations from Guardiola, who has until December 4 to respond. Premier League leaders
Southampton star Nathan Redmond has revealed what was said in his heated exchange with Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola. The City boss was criticised for being aggressive and over the top after a video of him scolding Redmond went viral on social media. The clip
Here are the top transfer-related stories in Friday’s newspapers… Barcelona are reportedly planning a bid for Chelsea winger Willian if they fail to land Philippe Coutinho from Liverpool in January transfer window. (Daily Mail) Arsenal and Manchester City are expected to fight it out to sign
Sam Allardyce vowed to get Everton looking upwards again after his appointment as the Toffees’ new boss was confirmed. The former England, Newcastle and Sunderland boss has signed an 18-month deal and will take charge of the club for the first time time in Saturday’s
Allardyce’s predecessor Ronald Koeman spent plenty of owner Farhad Moshiri’s cash in the summer but it was the one high-profile departure that has had most influence on Everton’s miserable start to the season. Romelu Lukaku scored 83 goals in three seasons at Goodison Park before