- Tue Nov 7 10:53 PM
The ex-Manchester City forward is now with French champions Monaco after a summer move from Inter Milan
- Tue Nov 7 1:11 PM
VIRGIL VAN DIJK has refused to rule out a switch to Liverpool after failing to get his move in the summer.
- Tue Nov 7 12:01 PM
The Dutchman was keen on a summer move to Anfield, but remained at St Mary's after the Reds botched attempt
- Tue Nov 7 11:15 AM
Southampton defender is focused on performing for Southampton despite pushing for a move to Anfield in the summer
- Tue Nov 7 10:39 AM
The Dutch defender spent much of the summer being linked with a big-money move to Anfield, but insists he remains fully committed to Southampton
- Tue Nov 7 8:55 AM
The Dutchman has discussed his future.
- Tue Nov 7 8:18 AM
Virgil van Dijk says he is fully committed to Southampton despite pushing for a move away from St Mary's in the close-season transfer window.
- Tue Nov 7 12:06 AM
Southampton centre back Virgil van Dijk was heavily linked with a move to Liverpool during the most recent window as part of a reported deal worth over £50million after handing in a transfer request.
- Fri Nov 3 2:43 AM
's relationship with Jose Mourinho has reportedly become increasingly strained this season. Luke Shaw
may be on his way back to Southampton following a difficult spell at Manchester United, The Sun reports. For more on Shaw, as well as other rumours, check out Transfer Talk by clicking h...
- Fri Nov 3 2:05 AM
would replace the injured Benjamin Mendy at left-back. Ryan Bertrand
is being lined up for a £30 million move to Manchester City, according to The Sun. The report states that Pep Guardiola is a keen admirer of the England international and has sent scouts to check on his performance...
|Overall I can't be disappointed with that performance,
Hughes said. We created more efforts on goal.
Jose has been successful in every club he's been at. He's an astute manager, he always has a plan,
Clearly, Leicester are still dealing with the tragic loss of their owner. I'd imagine there's still a lot of emotion around every game they play,
said Southampton manager Mark Hughes. We will have to deal with that in our own way, along with being respectful to them as well.
There's always questions, there's always noise,
Hughes said. There's always an opportunity for people to question your position or your work.