Super League talk has shone a rather harsh light on the world’s biggest clubs, particularly on those from the Premier League.
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Galatasaray President Mustafa Cengiz failed to rule out the club becoming involved in the Super League if they were to be asked.
Super League absentees PSG might have given up on signing Lionel Messi in the summer in favour of remaining with UEFA and other governing bodies.
Atletico Madrid have revealed in a statement that their decision to join the Super League was forced by the financial pressure of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jose Mourinho has reportedly been sacked as manager of Tottenham Hotspur after just 17 months in charge with the club in seventh on the table.
The Super League has sent the world of football in disarray in a matter of hours with outrage descending across pundits and fans alike.
Sheffield United have equalled the record for the earliest Premier League relegation, and they could be set to lose a host of star players to bigger clubs.
Hansi Flick revealed that he is set to leave his managerial post at Bayern Munich at season’s end, with immediate links being drawn to the Germany job.
Barcelona took a gamble on Martin Braithwaite as an injury replacement signing last year, and the Dane believes the decision has been justified.
Liverpool loanee Takumi Minamino has opened up about the difficulties of joining the club and admits he is unsure where his future lies.
Timo Werner has had a difficult season in front of goal for Chelsea, but he has looked towards creating for his teammates in order to still be affective.
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has issued a stern warning to his attacking contingent that minutes won’t be simply handed out.
Liverpool have been dealt a blow in their centre-back search with Ibrahima Konate denying that he is set for a move to Anfield in the summer.
Man Utd shouldn’t spend big money on Erling Haaland or Harry Kane because they have Edinson Cavani already at their disposal, according to a former star.
Lionel Messi’s Barcelona future remains uncertain, and Mauricio Pochettino has dropped some cryptic comments on his countryman.
Neymar and Kylian Mbappe continue to be linked with moves away from Paris Saint-Germain, but coach Mauricio Pochettino is not prepared to say goodbye.
West Ham manager David Moyes has insisted star players like Declan Rice and Tomas Soucek won’t come cheap amid growing interest from top clubs in Europe.
Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand predicts David De Gea to leave the club in the summer after having been replaced by Dean Henderson as the No.1.
Harry Kane has been urged to leave Tottenham by some former Spurs favourites, but one ex-player has warned him of the perils of going to Real Madrid.
Matteo Guendouzi has developed from strength to strength in the Bundesliga with Hertha and received glowing praise ahead of his Arsenal return.
Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has vowed to improve the squad further this summer as the club aims for European football for next season.
Diogo Jota’s brace against Arsenal continued his brilliant season at Liverpool affirms him as the most prolific goal scorer in the Premier League.
Despite less money being spent due to the pandemic, there was still plenty of cash shelled out and some of it hasn’t quite paid off.
Man Utd target Marcel Sabitzer looks set to leave RB Leipzig and he could be the perfect replacement for Paul Pogba in the summer.