- Tue Mar 13 10:42 PM
Manchester City cool interest in Fred but Manchester United still keen, Southampton to appoint Mark Hughes on Wednesday, plus more.
- Tue Mar 13 10:35 PM
Former Stoke boss Mark Hughes is in talks with Southampton over becoming the Premier League club's next manager.
- Tue Mar 13 1:43 PM
• Hughes has been out of work since Stoke sacked him in January • Southampton keen on him after dismissing Mauricio Pellegrino Mark Hughes is the leading candidate to succeed Mauricio Pellegrino as the Southampton manager. The club dismissed Pellegrino on Monday , after a dire run of results that...
- Tue Mar 13 9:21 AM
MAURICIO PELLEGRINO has been sacked by Southampton and there's a shock favourite in line to replace him.
Football Transfer League
- Tue Mar 13 8:49 AM
Johann Berg Gudmundsson of Burnley , rumoured to be transfering to Southampton report The Sun . - Football Rumour from 13-Mar-2018
- Tue Mar 13 8:18 AM
VIRGIL VAN DIJK’s protracted move to Liverpool ultimately led to Mauricio Pellegrino’s Southampton sacking, club legend Matt Le Tissier believes.
London Evening Standard
- Tue Mar 13 8:18 AM
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- Mon Mar 12 11:47 PM
Marco Silva among Southampton candidates, Chelsea want Gianluigi Donnarumma, Newcastle want to keep Kenedy, plus more.
- Mon Mar 12 8:55 PM
Southampton have sacked manager Mauricio Pellegrino after a run of poor results which has seen the club slip down the Premier League table into a relegation battle.
- Sat Mar 10 8:29 AM
The Swedish-born Iranian striker, 24, impressed in his side's Europa League last-32 tie against Arsenal
- Sat Mar 10 8:00 AM
The Norwegian, 23, enhanced his burgeoning reputation with a man-of-the match display in Basel’s Champions League win at City in midweek
- Fri Mar 9 1:01 PM
SkySports Warren Gatland says Welsh rugby will "look after" George North if his Northampton career ends early. The wing's Saints contract expires at the end of this season, after which he will move back to Wales on a national dual contract. North's selection to and more »
- Fri Mar 9 10:37 AM
United forked out a world-record fee for a teenager when they signed the defender for £31.5m from Southampton in 2014. But he 22-year-old has made only 61 appearances for the Premier League club.
|What we now try to do is to use this time for hard work and to get perfectly prepared for the last two or three months that we have to go,
Hasenhuttl told the club's website .
We will miss him, for sure, he is a good player for us and good striker, we need to have him here,
We don't want to send him away,
Hasenhuttl said. If there is an option and we can get someone in then it could be that this works.
I think that shows, the point that we are not looking in the moment extremely quickly on new players,