Everton’s summer transfer window is likely to be characterised by exactly what happens to Romelu Lukaku with Chelsea almost certain to bring the Belgian back to the club to replace Diego Costa. The Merseyside club have made peace with the fact their leading goalscorer for the campaign will depart the club and are likely to 

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In what can only be described as contretemps, Mourinho has yet another injury setback. New Premier League recruit Zlatan Ibrahimović suffered an accidental self-injury to his right knee on Thursday. He landed awkwardly while challenging an Anderlecht defender for the ball in extra time of the UEFA Europa League Quarter-Final.   Spot on with his 

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Manchester United have wasted little time in lining up a replacement for Real Madrid-bound David De Gea. According to the Manchester Evening News, Jan Oblak’s representatives flew into Manchester for talks yesterday.   Top keeper Oblak has been named as La Liga’s best goalkeeper this season, conceding just 18 goals all season; protected by a 

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It will come as no surprise that this will be Daniel Sturridge’s final campaign at Anfield with the English striker set to be sold in the summer transfer window. The Manchester City academy graduate arrived from Chelsea in the winter of 2013 at the behest of Brendan Rodgers with the club at that time still 

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No doubt, the embarrassing defeat of Chelsea to their former manager’s team, Manchester United, last week has snatched three important points from them allowing their chasers, Spurs, to call the title race back. However, the five-time Premier League champions, already on the top of the table, have marked another step towards their sixth by recording 

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Change can have a very negative impact on anything, but it is necessary for improvement. Pep Guardiola has come under harsh scrutiny in his first season in the Premier League, and I cannot for the life of me understand why. A lot of the criticism thrown his way is because of his footballing philosophy, and 

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Thursday’s Manchester derby is arguably coming at the worst possible time for both clubs with injuries and fixture congestion creating significant difficulties both at Old Trafford and Eastlands. With that being said, there is a lot on the line in Thursday’s rearranged fixture with the race for a top-four finish finely balanced between the two 

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Manchester United capped off what has been a brisk and busy eight days with an assured 2-0 win over Burnley on Sunday. Having already played two incredibly demanding encounters against Chelsea and Anderlecht in the same week, Jose Mourinho took a tentative approach in his team selection: making eight changes to the team that featured 

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The Belgian midfielder has caused controversy ever since his move from Everton in 2013. But does he deserve to keep his place in the Manchester United squad next season? Every game that features the former Standard Liege man seems to bring about entertainment, whether it be his flying elbows, poorly timed tackles or occasional bullet 

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