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Capital One Cup

Pochettino hopes cup tie will kick-start Alli's season

Dele Alli has lacked a certain spark in the opening weeks of the season and Mauricio Pochettino hopes the Carabao Cup match against Barnsley will relight the England midfielder's fire.

Capital One Cup

Klopp: No surrender at Leicester

Klopp insists that his squad is big enough to cope with competing on multiple fronts.

Premier League

Oxlade-Chamberlain right to move to Liverpool, says Klopp

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has reassured Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain that he has not made a mistake in swapping the Emirates for Anfield despite a lack of game time.

Premier League

'Gray should use Ronaldo as inspiration'

Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare as said that winger Demarai Gray is close to signing a new deal with the club and that he should use Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo as a blueprint.

Premier League

Fellaini yet to accept new United deal

Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini still has not accepted an offer of a new contract, with his current deal set to run out at the end of the season.

Premier League

Wagner hopes for Palmer injury boost

David Wagner gave the latest update on the injured Kasey Palmer, who is progressing faster than expected.

Bundesliga

BREAKING NEWS: Neuer ruled out until January

Manuel Neuer has undergone successful surgery on his foot and will be sidelined until the start of 2018.

Premier League

Shearer: Liverpool have gone nowhere with Klopp

Brendan Rogers was replaced by Jurgen Klopp in 2015, but Shearer believes that Liverpool have not developed under the German.

Premier League

Lanzini out for up to a month at West Ham

The Argentine star playmaker has suffered another injury setback and could be out until October for West Ham.

Premier League

Gundogan won't be the 'same player' after injury

Manchester City midfielder Ilkay Gunogan fears he won't be the same player after recovering from a cruciate knee ligament injury suffered in December 2016.

Premier League

Everton "more than good enough", says Sigurdsson

Gylfi Sigurdsson believes Everton are "more than good enough" to turn their results around, despite a 4-0 loss at Manchester United.

Premier League

Firefighters tackle huge blaze on White Hart Lane

Around 140 firefighters were drafted in to deal with a huge fire that broke out on Monday night.

La Liga

Ronaldo close to agreeing wage increase

Cristiano Ronaldo is close to seeing an improvement in his contract, according to information from 'Ok Diario' in 'Mundo Deportivo'. The two parties are close to coming to an agreement which would see the Real Madrid star earn a wage of €30m per season after tax.

Premier League

Kick It Out urges end to 'racist' Lukaku chant

Anti-racism organization Kick It Out have asked Manchester United to stop their fans singing a "racist" song about Romelu Lukaku's penis.

Bundesliga

Cologne drop VAR protest

Cologne were unhappy that a goal was awarded against them by VAR in their loss to Borussia Dortmund, but they have declined to appeal.

Premier League

Ferdinand explains boxing move

Having confirmed he is to take up professional boxing, Rio Ferdinand has explained why he wants to return to competitive sport.

Premier League

City are top of the league...with their worst league start in three years

Manchester City have picked up 13 points from their opening five games, which is enough to see them top the Premier League table at this early stage, but this is still their worst start to a season since 2014-15...

Premier League

'Whoever finishes above United will win the league'

'Mail on Sunday' journalist Ollie Holt thinks that the team who finishes above Manchester United this season will win the league, and Andy Townsend says it will be hard to top either Manchester club this season.

Ligue 1

Mbappe adds fuel to the fire in the PSG penalty saga

It's all everyone has spoken about since last Sunday: the dispute between Neymar and Cavani over who would take a penalty. The other member of their lethal attacking trio got involved in the dispute with his comments after the game and he added fuel to the flames.

Premier League

Neville mocks Ferdinand's boxing plans

Rio Ferdinand's plan to become a professional boxer at 38 has prompted some early teasing from former team-mate Gary Neville.

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