John Terry popped by Chelsea training earlier this week. Antonio Conte says he's welcome whenever.
Will Glenn Murray be overlooked just like Ian Wright in 1996 and Grant Holt and Danny Graham in 2012?
Adama Traore "could go and play for Manchester City tomorrow," says Sherwood. And he should know.
The average age of football fans has increased, but who comes next? Nobody, unless something is done.
Wolves feature heavily, of course. While there may be a few in the list that surprise you.
Terry wants to become Chelsea boss. And he feels his best bet is rising through the coaching ranks.
Yes, he's a polarising figure, but he's also a guarantee of entertainment for the neutrals.
"No chance we give up on such a talented boy," said Jose recently. So he's off to learn from John Terry...
Let's not pretend it's anything but a shotgun marriage of convenience between 15th-place specialist Paul Lambert and Stoke...
Villa, West Ham and Huddersfield are all reportedly keen to take Liverpool’s Marko Grujic on loan.
Liverpool and Chelsea do an awful lot of business in the January transfer window, no?
Everyone, including the two managers, is giddy for City v Spurs and the battle of the flying wing-backs...
Big Sam will take Everton to Anfield in the FA Cup, which is just one of a few tasty third-round ties...
Liverpool have overseen a "ludicrous" situation with Dominic Solanke, according to Steve Bruce.
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