Friday, September 4, 2015
Harry Kane can understand why people may say he could be a 'one-season wonder' but said he is playing well and believes the goals will come.
The winger insists he respects comments made by the England coach and media pundit and even records his appearances on television to hear his views.
The trio departed the Bundesliga for top Premier League sides this summer but the former Bayern Munich star feels it was a dangerous move for each of them.
Monaco's vice president says the Red Devils trippled their offer for the 19-year-old in a matter of days, reaching an amount normally reserved for the world's best players.
This week, all 20 top-flight clubs have submitted their squads for the 2015-16 season – read on to see who has made the cut...
The Netherlands star turned up to the national team wearing a hat and scarf and the Feyenoord legend feels he is not far off looking like he could "sit on a wagon with a beard."
Thursday, September 3, 2015
Goal takes a look at what's making the football headlines across the continent...
Former Gunner Paul Merson has criticized the club, suggesting that a lack of ambition in the transfer market that will cost them at the end of the season.
The Chelsea defender is convinced that his compatriot will be have no trouble being accepted by supporters at Old Trafford, despite his aborted move to Real Madrid.
The Porto man saw red for clashing with Kolbeinn Sighthorsson in the first half at the Amsterdam ArenA and the Oranje skipper felt the action let the whole team down.
A new-look Young Lions side, who had 14 Premier League stars in their squad, emerged winners after a second-half goal from the Red Devils youngster.
The Chelsea star believes the Belgium international, along with Neymar, can challenge the Madrid and Barcelona stars to become the best player in the world.
Gareth Southgate's Young Lions have one friendly before they begin qualifying for the European Championships, taking on an American team aiming to reach the Olympics
Tottenham has announced its squad lists for this season – but Emmanuel Adebayor has failed to make the cut.
England can qualify for Euro 2016 by beating San Marino, but Wayne Rooney will take all the headlines if he nets a double.
The winger has admitted his former teammate told him his only "problem" at Old Trafford was with the coach but insists it did not influence his decision to choose Chelsea.
The England international last featured for the Gunners in April but has gone under the knife and is set to miss a number of months following his latest setback.
Gareth Bale & Co. hold on to their record-high ranking of ninth, while Roy Hodgson's charges drop to 10th as the seeding for World Cup qualification draws near.
The goalkeeper has yet to appear for the club this season and was left out of the squad for the group stages, but insists that he will continue to work hard at Old Trafford.
The midfielder left Wolfsburg for Manchester City shortly before the end of the transfer window, but came close to moving to the Allianz Arena.