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Last Updated: 18,03, 2015 08:45am
Manchester United could use David de Gea as bait in a bid to lure Gareth Bale to Old Trafford from Real Madrid.
Dick Advocaat will quit Sunderland even if he leads them to Premier League safety – on the orders of his wife.
Roy Hodgson has been urged to reward QPR striker Charlie Austin with an England call-up on Thursday.
Manchester City striker Edin Dzeko is facing a battle to avoid the axe at the end of the season.
Yaya Toure has told Manchester City it is time to deliver in Europe.
Sunderland face competition to land Sam Allardyce as their permanent boss – from Nigeria.
Michael Chopra has joined Alloa Athletic for the rest of the season.
Celtic star Kris Commons would love Rangers to win promotion this season as he is missing the heat of the Old Firm battle.
Daryl Janmaat is being lined up as an emergency centre-half by Newcastle for Saturday’s game against Arsenal.
Barcelona want to make Manchester City 'suffer' at the Nou Camp tonight, according to midfielder Andres Iniesta.
Valencia are eyeing a £20m summer move for Manchester United playmaker Juan Mata.
Former Manchester United captain Bryan Robson believes Wayne Rooney is wasted in midfield and must start up front against Liverpool on Sunday.
A number of Manchester City stars, including Edin Dzeko, Samir Nasri and Yaya Toure, face being shown the exit in the summer should they fail to progress in the Champions League and overhaul Chelsea in the Premier League.
Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic is to be offered a new contract next week in a bid to scare off Inter Milan and Tottenham.
Adam Johnson could feature for new boss Dick Advocaat in Sunderland’s fight for survival after the club confirmed it will ‘review its position’ regarding his suspension.
Crystal Palace’s takeover by a consortium led by American private equity investor Josh Harris is expected to be ratified by the Premier League in the next few days.
Roberto Mancini has claimed his successor at Manchester City, Manuel Pellegrini, was 'really lucky' to have inherited the squad he left behind.