- Mon Aug 13 8:25 AM
Guendouzi is one of Arsenal’s few reasons to be cheerful, Naby Keïta is a thrilling talent no matter whose shirt he’s wearing, and Richarlison already looks worth the money Wherever Arsène Wenger was watching, he would have approved of Mattéo Guendouzi’s presence at the base of Arsenal’s midfield...
- Sun Aug 12 9:51 PM
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- Sat Aug 11 2:42 PM
In Mauricio Pochettino’s native Argentina interest rates have been held at an emergency 40% since May and, the plummeting peso has prompted the government to request an emergency $50bn dollar loan from the International Monetary Fund. It all rather makes the UK’s own travails seem a bit tame but...
- Sat Aug 11 11:35 AM
Live updates from the 12.30pm Premier League kick-off You can email Rob here with your thoughts Pochettino: costs of Brexit helped lead to no signings 11.34am BST Newcastle (4-2-3-1) Dubravka; Yedlin, Lascelles, Clark, Dummett; Shelvey, Diame; Ritchie, Perez, Kenedy; Joselu. Subs: Darlow, Schar,...
- Fri Aug 10 10:30 PM
• Manager says ‘now is not the time’ to resume contract talks • Club calls on all parties ‘to pull in the same direction’ Rafael
Benítez has no immediate plans to re-open contract talks with Mike Ashley and does not seem entirely convinced they will ever resume. Newcastle United’s manager has lit...
- Fri Aug 10 5:39 PM
Mauricio Pochettino has become the first Premier League manager to blame Brexit for an underwhelming transfer window – Pochettino claims it has added to the cost of the club’s new ground – and Newcastle fans are planning protests against the owner, Mike Ashley, outside St James’ Park before kick-...
- Fri Aug 10 8:30 AM
Manchester United and Leicester under pressure to start well, Emery’s formidable opening task, heightened ambitions for Brighton and Wolves Related: Summer transfer window verdict: how every Premier League club fared Related: Transfer window 2018 – every summer deal from Europe's top five leagues...
- Thu Aug 9 10:00 PM
Arsenal, West Ham and Wolves were busy while Everton and Fulham left it late, Manchester United fell short and Spurs did not sign anyone Arsenal’s biggest move of the summer was replacing Arsène Wenger with Unai Emery, but they have also strengthened their squad with five new signings. Bernd Leno...
- Thu Aug 9 8:39 PM
• Saints loan Liverpool striker prior to permanent move • Palace had been linked but bring in Ayew from Swansea Southampton signed Danny Ings on loan from Liverpool after being granted an extension to the 5pm transfer window deadline. The Anfield club announced the deal was an initial one-season...
- Thu Aug 9 9:57 AM
Manchester United need a defender, Southampton want a striker and Newcastle should swap Ashley for Staveley Jamaal Lascelles looks perfect as a long-term replacement for Laurent Koscielny. The Newcastle player would strengthen our defence and could be a future captain. If not him, Domagoj Vida wi...