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Tuesday September 27
England manager Sam Allardyce could be in hot water with the FA following a sting by undercover reporters from the Daily Telegraph.
Chelsea are set to launch a £25m bid for Burnley's Michael Keane in a bid to solve their defensive crisis
Mamadou Sakho has escaped a serious punishment from Liverpool following his outburst on social media, but Jurgen Klopp has told the Frenchman he will only play if there is a serious injury crisis.
Arsenal are sweating over the fitness of Francis Coquelin after he limped off in the win over Chelsea.
Jurgen Klopp has played down Liverpool's title chances despite bookmakers making the Reds second-favourites to Man City.
Toby Alderweireld insists Tottenham can cope with intimidating atmosphere in Russia ahead of CSKA clash.
Manchester United's Jose Mourinho will go head to head with AC Milan for Real Madrid playmaker Isco which could see captain Wayne Rooney fall further down the pecking order.
Mourinho, meanwhile, has held contract talks with Juan Mata, Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard.
Former USA boss Bob Bradley has had talks with Swansea supremo Huw Jenkins about becoming the Welsh club's new manager.
West Ham news boss Slaven Bilic has just three games to save his job as he nears the axe following Sunday's Southampton hammering.
Steve McClaren has turned down the chance to go back to struggling QPR - in case it puts extra pressure on his pal Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich will reportedly splash the cash to overhaul the Blues squad if they fail to compete for major honours this season.
Sunderland are reportedly interested in signing Liverpool flop Joao Teixeira on loan from Porto.
Team GB Olympic hero Mo Farah has said he'd love to become the fitness coach at Arsenal.
West Ham have been offered former AC Milan defender Kevin Constant, who is available on a free transfer.
Patrick Bamford has apologised to Chelsea supporters after the on-loan striker made a social media faux pas by 'liking' Arsenal duo Mesut Ozil and Hector Bellerin's Instagram photographs celebrating the win over the Blues.
Southampton's vaunted academy is watching teenage 'street' games in inner-city London as they bid to find the next big talent to roll off their production line.
Tottenham's global coaching team will use the same techniques as at the club's north London academy to provide 42 physical education teachers an insight into coaching at the elite level. In turn those newly-trained teachers will work with 8,000 primary and middle school students in Guangzhou.
Joey Barton was once tricked into believing that Sir Alex Ferguson wanted to sign him for Manchester United, the player's new autobiography reveals.