Premier League

Sunday, 4 December 2016

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The French midfielder left the Italian giants to return to Old Trafford earlier this summer and the Juventus supremo has brushed off comments that he joined the club for a holiday

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The Anfield legend is expected to be unveiled as a youth coach with the Reds in the new year, with his appointment in no way related to Michael Beale's exit

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West Ham's season went from bad to worse on Saturday, humiliated 5-1 at home to London rivals Arsenal, but their manager remains optimistic

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The former Reds midfielder admits losing the Brazilian to injury is a 'big blow' but remains convinced that Jurgen Klopp has enough quality options to cope

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Nathan, who is on loan at Vitesse, did not receive a yellow card despite removing his jersey to unveil a t-shirt paying respect to his fallen countrymen against PEC Zwolle

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The reported Real Madrid, Arsenal and Manchester United target admits he cannot say for certain if he will still be in the Bundesliga next season

Saturday, 3 December 2016

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The centre-back looks likely to return to the Premier League as La Liga outfit Valencia cannot afford to sign him permanently after initially taking him on loan

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The Crystal Palace winger has pledged to play for Ivory Coast, but the new Three Lions boss is looking to hold talks before any final decision is made

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The Arsenal midfielder is delighted that Arsene Wenger's side avoided their traditionally disappointing November, ending the month unbeaten

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The Gunners boss was quick to praise his Chilean forward after he stole the show in a 5-1 mauling of West Ham, calling him a 'winner' and a 'fighter'

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A late flurry of goals ended with Alexis Sanchez consigning the Hammers to a 5-1 defeat and the Croatian pulled no punches after the full-time whistle

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The Potters boss was delighted to see his goalscorers against Burnley take their opportunity to shine in the first team on a Premier League stage

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The Eagles boss is looking for a 3-0 victory over the Saints on Saturday to be a springboard for his side after six straight Premier League defeats

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The 29-year-old is enjoying himself more at Manchester United now that the Portuguese is in charge, stating that his predecessor was "strict"

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The Hornets boss slated the performance of the match officials after seeing his side's chances of beating West Brom hampered by a red card for Roberto Pereyra

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The Chile international was the star of the show as the Gunners romped to victory with Mesut Ozil and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain also on the scoresheet for the visitors